Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Ingwe TVET College in the Eastern Cape offers opportunity to unqualified but experienced artisans.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) allows experienced adults to become qualified based on what they already know.

Ingwe TVET College RPL Trade Test Artisan courses 100% bursaries

If you are experienced in any fields tabled below and wish to become qualified, contact Ingwe College.

Fitting & turningBrick LayingCarpentry
WeldingElectricalPlumbing
Panel beating,Motor mechanicSpray painting

Requirements

Here’s what you need to sign up:

QualificationwithExperience
N2 Certificate including relevant trade theoryand3 years relevant work experience
Relevant Engineering NCV at NQF Level 3and3 years relevant work experience
Relevant Engineering NCV at NQF Level 4 plus completion of all relevant work experience modulesand18 months relevant work experience
Technical Grade 12 with Maths, Engineering Science and related trade theory subjectand3 years relevant work experience
Grade 9and4 years relevant work experience
Relevant N6 Certificate or National Technical Diploma (S or N stream) (trade theory subjects)and18 months relevant work experience

If you don’t have the relevant requirements, do not let that stop you! Contact Ingwe to get advice on how to bridge the gaps!

To apply for the 100% RPL bursary and join a course, contact:

Mr. Sindy: Tel: 039-255 0346

Email: Artisans@ingwecollege.org.za

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