Artisan Training

Artisan Training

The apprenticeship programme is structured in phases. At the end of each phase the learner will be assessed and evaluated by an internal moderator. Once proven competent, the learner will then progress to the next phase.

Fees

(For the full course excluding Trade Test Preparation.)

Registration fee

N.B: REGISTRATION FEE NON REFUNDABLE

Phases

1 – 6 Months (Theory & Practical)

6 – 9 Months (Theory & Practical)

9 – 18 Months (Theory & Practical)

18 Months to 3 years (Workplace Exposure & Assessments)

(Trade Test Preparation Preferable 20 days)

Fitter & Turner

A fitter and turner, also known simply as a machinist or machine operator, is a skilled tradesperson who specializes in the fabrication, maintenance, and repair of machinery and mechanical components. The role typically involves working with metal, but can also extend to other materials such as plastics or composites.

Boilermaker

Boilermaking is a skilled trade involved in the fabrication, installation, and repair of boilers, pressure vessels, and other large containers that hold liquids or gases under pressure. Boilers are used in various industries such as power generation, petrochemical, refining, and manufacturing, to produce steam or hot water for heating, processing, or power generation purposes.

Electrician

An electrician is a skilled tradesperson who specializes in the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems and equipment. Electricians work with a wide range of electrical components and systems, including wiring, circuits, switches, outlets, lighting fixtures, and electrical appliances. Their expertise encompasses both residential and commercial settings, as well as industrial environments.

Welding

A welder is a skilled tradesperson who specializes in joining metal parts together using various welding techniques. Welding is a fabrication process that involves applying heat to melt and fuse metal materials, creating a strong and durable bond between them. Welders work with a wide range of metals, including steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and alloys, to fabricate and repair structures, machinery, and components across various industries.