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If you can work accurately with your hands and you've got good concentration levels, this could be an ideal job for you.
You will also work with metals and alloys. You may also cut and joint composite materials, such as plastics, using specialist welding methods. Common types of welding include oxyacetylene, MIG (metalinert gas), MMA (manual metal arc) and TIG (tungsten inert gas).
You would usually wear protective clothing, such as face-shield, apron and gloves.
- Mining companies
A further one week will be used to equip learners with life skills to ensure their competitive advantage in the working environment.
Four weeks are allowed for trade finishing.
The mentor will sign off a task in his/her logbook when the learner has been tested and has mastered the task. All applicable modules must be completed and signed off before the trade test is done
It is assumed that learners embarking on learning towards this qualification are in possession of:
N2 Engineering Science
N2 Engineering Drawing
N2 Welding Trade Theory
NCV Level 4
Completed with 7 subjects
(40% or higher is required)
GR 12 Mathematics
* 40% or higher is required
* Maths Literacy is not accepted