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ENGINEERING

Tactical Road Traffic Law Enforcement

Electrical Engineering

 

N4: Mathematics , Engineering Science, Industrial Electronics , Electrotechnics , Electrotechnology .

N5: Mathematics , Engineering Science , Industrial Electronics , Electrotechnics , Electrotechnology .

N6: Mathematics , Engineering Science, Industrial Electronics , Electrotechnics

 

Boiler Making

 

N1: Plating & structural Steel Drawing, Metalworkers Theory 1, Eng Science, Mathematics

N2: Plating & structural Steel Drawing, Steel Production & Theory 2, Eng Science, Mathematics

N3: Plating & structural Steel Drawing, Mechanotechnology, Eng Science, Mathematics

N4: Plating & structural Steel Drawing, Mechanotechnology, Eng Science, Mathematics, Engineering

N5: Physics/power machines, Mechanical drawing & design, Mechanotechnics, Mathematics

N6: Engineeing Physics/power mechines, mechanical drawing & Design, mechanotechnics, Mathematics

 

 

Mechanical Engineering

 

N4: Mathematics, Engineering Science, Mechanical Draughting, Mechanotechnics and Design.

N5: Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Mechanical Drawing and Design , Mechanotechnics.

N6: Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Mechanical Drawing, Mechanotechnics and Design, Mechanotechnics

 

 

Mechanical Engineering

 

N4: Mathematics, Engineering Science, Mechanical Draughting, Mechanotechnics and Design.

N5: Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Mechanical Drawing and Design , Mechanotechnics.

N6: Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Mechanical Drawing, Mechanotechnics and Design, Mechanotechnics

 

 

Diesel & Motor Mechanics

 

N1: Motor Trade Theory, Motor Electrical, Mathematics, Industrial Electronics

N2: Motor Trade Theory, Diesel trade Theory, Motor Electrical

 

 

 

Benefits

 

Just because you study engineering doesn’t mean you have to work as one. The skills you develop in an engineering degree are highly sought after across a wide range of career paths. Engineers can provide practical and well-reasoned solutions to problems, they can work in a team, are creative, realistic and consider their work in context. Our students leave us and go on to make changes whatever they choose to do.

 

Fitting & Turning

 

N1: Mathematics, Engineering Science, Engineering Drawing

N2: Mathematics, Engineering Science, Engineering Drawing, Fitting and Machining

 

 

 

 

 

Millwrite

 

N1: Mathematics, Engineering Science, Electrical Trade Theory, Engineering Drawing

N2: Mathematics, Engineering Science, Electrical Trade Theory, Engineering Drawing

N3: Mathematics, Engineering Science, Electrical Trade Theory, Engineering Drawing, Mechanotechnology

 

 

 

 

 

 

Career Opportunities

Metropolitan Traffic Officer

 

South African Police Service

 

Forensic Expert

 

National Intelligence

 

Security & Surveillance

 

Private Investigator

 

These learners will be able to:

 

  •  Analyse the application of the general management functions in a selected traffic organization.
  • Induct new members into a team and coach existing members.
  • Monitor and evaluate team members against performance and deal with sub-standard performance in a team.
  • Build teams to achieve goals and objectives.
  • Conduct a range of audits.
  • Apply the principles of situational leadership in the traffic environment and analyze leadership related theories in the work context.
  • Manage a diverse workforce and apply the principles of ethics to improve organizational culture.
  • Develop, implement and evaluate operational plans.
  • Use communication techniques effectively.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of health and safety requirements within the ambit of a traffic law enforcement officer.
  • Apply time management effectively.
  • Create maintain and keep records

Accredited Programs         NQF LEVEL           CREDITS                                                

 

Vehicle Identification 253984          5                       4

 

Impoundment of Vehicles 253989   5                       4

 

Vehicle Circulation System in relation to vehicle crime

 

investigation 253977                        5                      7

 

Attend to and manage a Collision Scene

                                                         5                      12

 

Management Studies

Tourism Management

 

N4: Travel Office Procedures, Travel Services, Tourist Destinations, Tourism Communication.

 

N5: Travel Office Procedures, Travel Services, Tourist Destinations, Tourism Communication.

 

N6: Travel Office Procedures, Travel Services, Tourist Destinations, Tourism Communication.

 

 

Marketing Management

 

N4: Marketing Management, Entrepreneurship & Business Management, Communication,

Computers Practice

N5: Marketing Management, Entrepreneurship & Business Management

Sales Management, Computers Practice

N6: Marketing Management, Marketing Research, Sales Management, Marketing Communication

 

 

 

Management Assistant

 

N4: Communication, Office Practice, Introductory Information processing, Computers Practice

N5: Communication, Office Practice, Information processing, Computers Practice

N6: Communication, Office Practice, Information processing, Computers Practice, Public relations

 

 

Human Resource Management

 

 Personnel Management  N4, Entrepreneur and Business Management N4, Management Communication N4, Computer Practice N4

N5: Personnel management, Labour Relations, Personnel Training, Computer practice

N6: Personnel Management, Labour relations, Personnel training, Computer practice

 

 

 

Business Management

 

N5: Entrepreneurship & Business Management, Financial Accounting, Sales Management , Computer Science

N6: Entrepreneurship & Business Management, Financial Accounting, Sales Management , Computer Science

 

 

 

Social Auxiliary Work

The purpose of the qualification is to equip qualifying learners with the following:

 

  • Basic knowledge and understanding of the South African context within which social services function and are delivered.
  • Understanding of social development in terms of the needs, policies and the role of the social auxiliary worker.

 

  • Basic knowledge of human behaviour, relationship systems and social issues and the ability to address social needs using appropriate social auxiliary work methods and techniques.
  • The skills to work as a team member and as a provider of support services to the social work team.
  • The successful completion of the qualification will enable the learner to:
  • Register with the SA Council for Social Service Professions as a Social Auxiliary Worker in terms of section 18 of the Social Service Professions Act, 1978 (Act 110 of 1978).

 

Continue learning and gain access, for example to the Bachelor of Social Work (NQF Level 7) qualification.

 

Health & Safety

Ancillary Health care

Purpose:

 

- Learners who complete this qualification will possess the competence required to perform community health functions under the supervision of a professional health worker.

 

- They will have the fundamental skills required for employment by a range of health, social and other sector employers.

 

- They will be in possession of a recognised qualification that will provide a platform for further education and training in a career pathway towards becoming professional health workers.

 

- Qualified learners in this field will provide a service that will assist communities to better manage their own health and wellness. They will have the skills to provide support services within a multidisciplinary health care team.

 

Recipients of this qualification will be able to:

 

  • Communicate in a variety of ways.

 

  • Use mathematics in real life situations.

 

  • Collect and provide information to support community health.

 

  • Provide community based care.

 

  • Develop personal and community skills.

Community Health Work

 

 

  • Qualified learners in this field will provide a service that will assist communities to better manage their own health and wellness.

 

 

  • They will have the skills to work as team members and as providers of support services within a multidisciplinary health care team.

 

 

  • In addition, recipients will be able perform some of the following according to their choice of electives:

 

 

  • Facilitate and administrate community health activities/centre via supervision of a team of health care workers.

 

  • Provide community health care.

 

  • Provide care for persons with intellectual and physical disabilities.

 

  • Assist in planning advocacy campaigns to support primary health care initiatives.

 

  • Assist in facilitating and implementing primary health care projects within the community

 

  • Engage in inclusive communication with the Deaf in South Africa.

 

 Practitioners will generally carry out their roles within the context of:

 

  •  The client's home.
  • A community care centre.
  • The broader community.

SHE REPRESENTATIVE AND SAFETY 79806 (COMSOC)

Occupational Hygiene and Safety - CREDITS 36

 

 

Conduct, report and follow up on a pre-use, safety and/or audit inspection

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant current occupational health and safety legislation

 

Demonstrate knowledge pertaining to fires in working places

Participate in the implementation and evaluation of a safety and health management programme in the workplace

Describe the functions of the workplace health and safety representative

 

Apply health and safety to a work area

Maintain and adapt oral/signed communication

 

SHE REPRESENTATIVE AND SAFETY 79806 (COMSOC)

 

FIRST AIDER - CREDITS 14

 

 

Perform basic life support and first aid procedures

 

Provide risk-based primary emergency care/first aid in the workplace

 

Provide risk-based primary emergency care/first aid in the workplace

 

SHE REPRESENTATIVE AND SAFETY 79806 (COMSOC)

 

Occupational Health, Safety & Environment - CREDITS 14

 

 Occupational Health, Safety and Environment

Conduct workplace Occupational Health and Safety(OHS) inspections

Demonstrate knowledge and use of hand operated fire fighting equipment

Explain emergency preparedness and response procedures

Explain basic health and safety principles in and around the workplace

Conduct a continuous risk assessment in a workplace

Monitor, report and advise on the application of safety and health principles regarding the movement of people and materials in and around a working place.

 

 

Safety Official Health, safety & environment

Safety Official Health, safety & environment

SAFETY OFFICIAL HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT (SHAMTRAC) CREDITS 28

ADVANCE SAFETY MANAGEMENT OFFICER NQF LEVEL 05 - CREDITS 39

Apply Health and safety to a work area

Describe the functions of the workplace health and safety representative

Provide risk-based primary emergency care/first aid in the workplace

Provide first aid as an advanced first responder

Conduct a continuous risk assessment in a workplace

 

 

SAFETY OFFICER TRAINING COURSE CREDITS 28

Demonstrate understanding of occupational health and Safety legislation in the workplace

Facilitate the development,implementation and maintenance of a safety, Health and environment management system

Conduct a baseline risk assessment and take appropriate action

Manage health and safety on a construction project

Promote occupational health and safety in the work place

Monitor report and advice on the safety principles pertaining to sources of Mechanical energy

 

 

Describe the functions of the workplace health and safety representative

Conduct an investigation into workplace safety, health and environmental incidents

Describe evacuation procedures for all affected persons and movable critical resources/effects.

 

Conduct a baseline risk assessment and take appropriate action

Explain basic health and safety principles in and around the workplace

Verify compliance to safety, health and environmental requirements in the workplace.

 

 

Film & Television - Performing Arts

Film & Television - Performing Arts

Performing Arts

 

 This qualification provides qualifying learners with the underlying performing arts knowledge, skills and values in order to become competent and professional practitioners of the

performing arts; be employed or self-employed within the performing arts industry and apply for further learning in specific areas of the performing arts

 

 

The qualifying learner is capable of:

 

Presenting performances that engage the audience using appropriate elements of performance craft and technique, as well as Interpreting and conceptualising performance using knowledge of the text, context,forms and approaches of the performing arts

 

Film and Television

 

 

Qualifying learners are capable of:

 

Managing own film or television production activities.

Delivering customer service with respect to all film or television production stakeholders.

Gathering and processing information for film or television production specialisations.

Administering film or television production office procedures according to organisation standards.

Sourcing film or television production resources for film or television production operations.

Using equipment, materials and tools in an area of film or television production specialisation fulfilling specific roles within film and television production teams.

Using equipment, materials and tools in elected areas of film and television production specialisation.

Processing information in elected areas of film and television production specialisation.

 

Early Childhood Development DIploma

The purpose of the qualification is to:

 

  • Provide access to a recognised educator qualification at Level 6 for ECD educators who have a Level 4 or Level 5 certificate in ECD, providing a bridge between on-formal and formal learning programmes.
  • To enable educators/ learners to plan and implement a learning programme which is based on their knowledge of child development from birth to nine years and hitch helps children in a specific phase work towards achieving the learning outcomes of the national school curriculum (where appropriate).
  • To improve community-based ECD services for young children by raising the level of ECD teaching competence and/or by providing opportunities for training in support and leadership roles.

 

This qualification provides a substantial qualification for:

 

Potential learners/educators who have acquired an FETC (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification at Level 4 (120 credits) and who wish to make ECD their full-time career (entry point);

Learners/educators who have a Level 4 qualification in ECD to further their career and professional development in ECD by providing access to a Level 6 qualification;

 

Learners/educators who have a Higher Certificate in ECD to further their career and professional development in ECD by providing access to a Level 6 qualification.

 

 

Early Childhood Development

 

Educare Didactics, Child Health, Education, Day Care Personnel development

 

Educare Didactics, Daycare Management. Education psychology, Daycare Communication

 

Educare Didactics, Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship, Education psychology, Daycare communication

 

Short Courses

Courses

Call Centre              Call Centre/Computer Training            Secretarial/Reception

End User Computing                   Computer Literacy             Cashier,Typing,Data Capture

Stock Control & Storekeeping   Waiter & Bar Tender

 

Wholesaler & Retailer                                                       Matric Upgrade and Re-write Classes

 

Till Operator                                                     (5 CREDITS)

Cashier/Till Operator                                        (3 CREDITS)

Dispatch and Receiving Clerk                          (2 CREDITS)

Dispatch and Receiving Clerk                          (3 CREDITS)

Dispatch and Receiving Clerk B                       (5 CREDITS)

Dispatch and Receiving Clerk C                       (3 CREDITS)

Receiving Clerk B                                             (1 CREDITS)

Dispatch Clerk                                                   (1CREDITS )

Sales Assistant                                                  (2 CREDITS)

Stock Room Clerk                                             (2 CREDITS)

 

Technical Matric N3

 

Industrial Organisation & Planning

Industrial Orientation

Supervision Industry

Mathematics N3(Optional)

 

PLUS TWO (2) LANGUAGES

Business English

Sake Afrikaans

 

Mathematics

Maths Literacy

Physical Science

Life science

Accounting

English

Economics

History

Geography

Business Studies

 

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