NQF Level

NQF 4

Credits

697

SAQA Nr

97585

Delivery Mode

Full time

Duration

3 YEARS

  • 3 months Knowledge and Practical
  • 9 months Workplace
  • Repeats Every Year

Cost Amount

R45 000 p.a.

Entry Requirements

  • NQF Level 1 (Grade 9)

  • Mathematics

A Millwright installs, maintains, and repairs stationary industrial machinery across various sectors, including government and state – owned enterprises. These industries heavily invest in electro – mechanical equipment and electronic controllers for optimal efficiency. To minimize costs from stoppages and breakdowns, consistent maintenance, repair, and installation services are necessary. This qualification equips learners with the skills needed to ensure industrial machinery operates efficiently, contributing to national artisan development goals

What will be included in our costs?

Tablets • PPE • Standard Toolbox • Trade Test • Workplace Monitoring

Where can I get this qualification?

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George Centurion Pofadder Online
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Cape Town Gqeberha Roodepoort
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Meyerton Rustenburg
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Newcastle
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Germiston
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Ferndale
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George Online
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George

What this qualification consists of

Knowledge
modules

  • Workplace fundamentals.
  • The Millwright’s world of work.
  • Basic engineering theory.
  • Fitting theory.
  • Tools and equipment for electrical work.
  • Electricity and electronics.
  • Wire ways and wiring.
  • Rotating electrical machinery.
  • Electrical supply systems and components.
  • Low Voltage protection.
  • Fault – finding on electrical circuits.

Practical skills
modules

  • Ensure safety and emergency response.
  • Fabricate simple components or work pieces using basic hand skills and hand tools.
  • Fabricate components or work pieces using power tools and machinery.
  • Work with electrical and electronic parts, installing and connecting equipment.
  • Disassemble, clean, inspect, replace components and assemble mechanical sub – assemblies and machines.
  • Perform fault – finding and repairs on mechanical sub – assemblies and machines and electrical and electronic circuits.
  • Dismantle, test, and reassemble electrical machinery.
  • Install and commission mechanical sub – assemblies and machines.
  • Test and verify electrical equipment and systems.
  • Design and modify electrical circuits.
  • Design flow circuits.

Workplace experiences
modules

  • Maintenance processes for industrial machinery.
  • Fabrication of mechanical components.
  • Fault – finding and repair of industrial machinery.
  • Overhauling of electrical and mechanical sub – assemblies and machines.
  • Installation and commissioning of industrial machinery.


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