Electricians are essential in our high powered society. Working as an electrician can mean installing appliances, fixing circuits, or planning the electrical wiring for a new building. If a hands-on career that still engages your problem-solving abilities sounds like something you’d enjoy, an electrician training course might be just what you need!
Our Electrician course is one of the most sought after and trusted training options offered in South Africa. It is a sought-after qualification in the industry, with promising career opportunities. This study field has been identified as part of the critical skills shortage in South Africa. It is recommended for students wishing to register for an Apprenticeship.
Entry Requirements: Minimum of Grade 9 (NQF Level 1).
Duration: 3 Years
By making training and skills development available to people, be it in the form of learnerships, artisan courses, short courses or workplace training – we can help people to equip themselves and stand a better chance of escaping poverty. This would give South Africa a more skilled workforce, in the position to innovate and empower – also to bring new ideas to the country to combat challenges we face and excel our economy.
The practical component of Artisan Training is offered in a simulated workplace environment and at the workplace.
Breakdown as follows:
Deposit: R 5000
Year 1: R4 500 x 10 months (total R45 000)
Year 2: R4 500 x 10 months (total R 45 000)
Year 3: R4 500 x 5 months (total R22 500)
Available at George and Knysna Campus