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APPLICATIONS FOR TRIMESTER 3 NOW OPEN.
Wingfield Campus
Part Time Studies.
Engineering Studies : N1-N3 Electrical
Engineering Studies : N1-N3 Mechanical
Monday and Wednesday 17h00 - 20h00
Tuesday and Thursday 17h00 - 20h00
FULL TIME STUDIES:
Engineering Studies : N1 - N6 Mechanical (Fitting and Turning)
Engineering Studies : N1 - N6 Electrical (Light Current) (Electronics)
Monday to Thursday - time : 08h00 - 15h00
Friday - time : 08h00 - 12h30
Contact person : Cobus Nel 021 591 9207

WINGFIELD CAMPUS – TRIMESTER 3
Contact Persons: Donna Williams / Louis Carelse
Contact no.: 021 591 9207
Dates:
Registration start: 05-08 September 2017
Classes commence: 11 September 2017
Welding course

Basic welding - 3 weeks
Intermediate welding - 3 weeks
Advance welding - 3 weeks
Mig welding - 1 week
Tig welding - 1 week
Monday to Thursday 08h00 – 15h30
Friday 08h00 – 12h30

CNC Part-time Courses
CNC Basic Programming
Duration: 10 Weeks
Class Periods: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Time: 16h30 - 19h30
CNC CadCam (Solidsworks / EdgeCam / MasterCam)
Duration: 10 Weeks
Class Periods: Saturdays
Time: 08h00 - 13h00

GOODWOOD CAMPUS
N4 - N6 Part-time studies for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.
Mondays - Saturdays, excluding Fridays - 17:00 - 20:00 ( mid- week) and 08:00 - 14:00 (Saturdays).

Goodwood campus would also like to invite matriculants that have not gained entry requirements at the universities or universities of technology due to low marks for pure mathematics and Science. This group of learners is our target market for Part-Time classes that may be offered during the day at Goodwood campus from Mondays - Fridays.
The requirements are as follows:
Learner must have passed grade 12 pure Mathematics and Physical Science with 40%.
Leaner will be liable to pay tuition fee.
Learner must be able to attend 80% of the classes.
The main purpose of this invitation is to give an opportunity to those learners that would like to upgrade their marks on the subjects mentioned above.

Please note: Registration will start on the 04th of September 2017 and classes will commence on the 11 of September 2017.
Goodwood Campus: DISTANCE LEARNING:
Mechanical and Electrical N1 to N6
Registration September 4th (subject to results being released on time)
Contact apretorius@northlink.co.za for more info

BELLVILLE CAMPUS
NATED COURSES (Bursaries Available)
Automotive Body Repair N1-N2
Automotive Electrician N1–N3
Boilermaker N1-N3
Diesel Mechanic N1-N3
Motor Mechanic N1-N3
Welding N1-N3
PRACTICAL COURSES (No Bursaries Available)
Automotive Electrician Phase 1-3
Boilermaker Phase 1-4
Diesel Fitter Phase 1-4
Diesel Mechanic Phase 1-4
Motor Mechanic Level 1-4
Panelbeater Level 1-4
Spraypainter Level 1-4
Contact Bellville Campus on 021 951 2231
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FREE OPPORTUNITY
Calling all employed, self-employed, unemployed persons seeking to become fully qualified artisans in the following trades:
· Boilermaker
· Mechanical Fitter
Interested candidates must meet the minimum verified entrance criteria for entry, based upon DHET Trade Test Regulations:
(Criteria stipulated and Regulated by DHET Trade Test Regulatory Authority)
· Age 19 years-60 years
· Minimum 3 years verifiable and relevant work experience in any of the 3 trades indicated above.
Please Note:
The following documents are required when applying:
1) Certified copy of your South African Identity Document (I.D).
2) Certified copies (proof) of your school education and/or training qualifications (if any).
3) Testimonial and/or a Service Letter from your employer (if employed). A letter from your employer should include permission from the company to participate in the programme. For unemployed or self-employed, verifiable evidence of experience in the relevant disciplines will be required for access to the ARPL Programme.
4) Curriculum Vitae (CV)
The Closing date for applications is 28th August 2017
All candidates must complete an application form via the identified Decentralized Trade Test Centre to be considered for the pre-assessment phase.
Application forms, criteria and guidelines and other ARPL programme documents are available from the following TVET Colleges:
Northlink TVET College – Central Office (021 970 9121 or 021 970 9114)
Contact Melony on
melony.geldenhuys@northlink.co.za
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FREE OPPORTUNITY

Calling all employed, self-employed, unemployed persons seeking to become fully qualified artisans in the following trades:

· Boilermaker

· Mechanical Fitter

Interested candidates must meet the minimum verified entrance criteria for entry, based upon DHET Trade Test Regulations:

(Criteria stipulated and Regulated by DHET Trade Test Regulatory Authority)

· Age 19 years-60 years

· Minimum 3 years verifiable and relevant work experience in any of the 3 trades indicated above.

Please Note:

The following documents are required when applying:

1) Certified copy of your South African Identity Document (I.D).

2) Certified copies (proof) of your school education and/or training qualifications (if any).

3) Testimonial and/or a Service Letter from your employer (if employed). A letter from your employer should include permission from the company to participate in the programme. For unemployed or self-employed, verifiable evidence of experience in the relevant disciplines will be required for access to the ARPL Programme.

4) Curriculum Vitae (CV)

The Closing date for applications is 28th August 2017

All candidates must complete an application form via the identified Decentralized Trade Test Centre to be considered for the pre-assessment phase.
Application forms, criteria and guidelines and other ARPL programme documents are available from the following TVET Colleges:

Northlink TVET College – Central Office (021 970 9121 or 021 970 9114)

Contact Melony on
melony.geldenhuys@northlink.co.za

Please note that the funding for the ARPL programme only covers the cost of the Gap Training to be provided, as well as the relevant Trade Test for each selected person. The funding does not cover reimbursement for candidates’ time- away from the workplace and travel and subsistence costs incurred for the duration of the ARPL programme.
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