Eastcape Training Centre

COURSES

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT

The Building and Construction Training Department tackles training that falls under the Civil Engineering (Building & Civils) banner. From basic bricklaying, including the correct mixing of the dagga, to fitting doors, locks building cabinets, and even coffins (the making of windows), to painting, decorating and water proofing, as well as all the necessary foundation work for brick or concrete structures, it all falls within our fields of expertise.

The Building and Construction Training Department trains mainly under the CETA (Construction Engineering Training Authority) but is also accredited with other SETAs (the NAMB and the QCTO).

SHORT COURSES

Specific courses can be tailored to meet special needs, drawing from the vast range of training material that ETC has readily on file.

  • GENERAL BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING – SMALL CONTRACTORS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
  • TYPICAL SHUTTERING TASKS
  • TYPICAL ROAD WORKS TASKS
  • TYPICAL DRAINAGE & SERVICES TASKS

APPRENTICESHIPS

This range of courses is offered on 3 year in duration for each level. The learner would complete an initial one to three months at ETC before going to a host employer where they would practically apply what they have learned. . Evaluations happen through Formative Assessments during training and the learner will receive an evaluation report describing the progress of the learner after the training. If judged competent, the learner may then progress to the next higher level.

  • 2356 – BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER
  • 2359 – PLASTERER & TILER
  • 2357 – CARPENTRY
  • 2358 – PAINTING & DECORATING
  • 2360 – PLUMBING
  • 2739 – PLUMBING: EXPERIENCED LEARNER
  • 2355 – BRICKLAYER
  • 2364 – SHOPFITTING (No accreditation)
  • 2363 – JOINER & WOOD MACHINIST (No accreditation)

LEARNERSHIPS

Generally, Learnerships at the lower level average around 20 to 24 individual registered unit standards. Any one, or any combination or group of specific unit standards can be offered to individuals or industry to suit particular requirements. In addition, the previous common qualification, that of modular training for individual specific courses, can still be offered.

  • 24273 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: COMMUNITY HOUSE BUILDING
  • 20813 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: CONSTRUCTING CONTRACTING
  • 65409 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: BUILDING & CIVIL CONSTRUCTION: CARPENTRY
  • 65409 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: BUILDING & CIVIL CONSTRUCTION: MASONRY
  • 65409 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: BUILDING & CIVIL CONSTRUCTION: PAINTING
  • 58782 – FURTHER EDUCATION & TRAINING CERTIFICATE: PLUMBING (discontinued) 
  • 21853 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: CONSTRUCTION PLUMBING (no accreditation, applied for QCTO accreditation)
  • 65789 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: CONSTRUCTION PLANT OPERATIONS LEVEL 2 (on-site training)
  • 49053 – SUPERVISION OF CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES LEVEL 4
  • 24133 – CONSTRUCTION: ROADWORKS LEVEL 2
DRIVER TRAINING DEPARTMENT

From passenger vehicles to 18-wheeler trucks, from forklifts to bulldozers, ETC’s Driver Training Department offers expert training in all these and more. Applicants should preferably be in possession of a valid learner’s license for the code they require. However, ETC does offer learner’s license training, and we boast a pass rate of 98%.

Our training is done on the job, to help you to minimize production down-time. Please go to the individual courses to find out more.

PROFESSIONAL DRIVING

ETC is proud to offer specific courses in economic and defensive driving – the systematic application of driving techniques which are designed for the early detection of vehicle and environmental problems that may pose a threat to the driver. This can be considered to be somewhere between Advanced Driving and Professional Driving.

  • 50285 – PROFESSIONAL DRIVING

CODE B

Applicants should preferably be in possession of a valid learner’s license for the code they require. However, ETC does offer learner’s license training, and we boast a pass rate of 98%.

  • LIGHT DUTY VEHICLES CODE B

LIFTING EQUIP PROGRAMME

Our accredited lifting training includes training for Forklift Operators and Crane Operators. We also offer training in heavy plant equipment operating, including: Front end loader, back actor, bulldozer, excavator, dumper and tow motor.

We bring our services to you, making our training that much more convenient and suitable for you.

  • LIFTING EQUIPMENT

DANGEROUS GOODS TRANSPORT

Eastcape Training Centre is proud to announce our program approval from TETA for the course –
Conveying of Dangerous Goods By Road.
Call our Customer Service Centre TODAY to enroll.

  • 123259 – CONVEYING OF DANGEROUS GOODS

CODE EC, EC1 & C

ETC offers Heavy Duty Professional Driving as a one year Learnership (Unit Standard 50285) under the auspices of TETA (Transport, Education Training Authority). This should be considered an essential qualification for all heavy duty full time drivers as South Africa needs to lower the tragic road death toll dramatically.

  • MEDIUM DUTY VEHICLES CODE C
  • COGNITIVE SKILLS
  • HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES CODE EC, EC1 & C
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARMENT

The primary purpose of the Electrical Department is to enrich the knowledge and skills of learners, apprentices and the community at large in the field of Electrical Engineering.

In doing so, we facilitate various qualifications, courses and skills programs that are registered with ESETA, MERSETA and CHIETA. The courses we present are Modular or Unit Standard based and include a considerable portion of practical application or experiential training. Competence is measured through proven and successfully passing assessments, methods and practical evaluations.

APPRENTICESHIPS

The range of courses offered are approximately a year in duration for each level. The learner would complete an initial three to four months at ETC before going to a host employer where they would practically apply what they have learned. At the end of the year the learner returns to ETC for their assessment and evaluation, done by an independent moderator. If judged competent, the learner may then progress to the next higher level.

  • ELECTRICIAN
  • MILLWRIGHT
  • ELECTRICIAN (CONSTRUCTION)

SHORT COURSES

Specific courses can be tailored to meet special needs, drawing from the vast range of  training material that ETC has readily available.

  • Domestic Installations
  • Basic PLC
  • Basic Electronics
  • Fault Finding
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

ETC has the resources to train in a very wide range of mechanical skills, developing both young minds as well as old hands, providing both with a diversity of skills and techniques to fabricate, repair and maintain anything related to the mechanical field.
The Mechanical Training Department trains mainly under the MERSETA ( Manufacturing Engineering and Related services Seta ).

APPRENTICESHIPS

The range of courses offered are approximately a year in duration for each level. The learner would complete an initial three to four months at ETC before going to a host employer where they would practically apply what they have learned. At the end of the year the learner returns to ETC for their assessment and evaluation, done by an independent moderator. If judged competent, the learner may then progress to the next higher level.

  • FITTER
  • BOILERMAKER
  • FITTER & TURNER
  • TURNER
  • MILLWRIGHT
  • MOTOR MECHANIC
  • TOOL, JIG & DIE MAKER
  • WELDER
  • GENERAL

LEARNERSHIPS

Generally, Learnerships at the lower level average around 20 to 24 individual registered unit standards. Any one, or any combination or group of specific unit standards can be offered to individuals or industry to suit particular requirements. In addition, the previous common qualification, that of modular training for individual specific courses, can still be offered.

MERSETA

A SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS / LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMMES

SAQA ID NQF QUALIFICATION Total Credits Total Training & Assessment Duration
23253 1 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (GETC): MANUFACTURING, ENGINEERING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES 125 94
71950 2

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS: MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY – PENDING MERSETA RE-REGISTRATION

124 87

78523

LP ID 64810

2

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

132 93

78524

LP ID 64809

3

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

Specialisation Area 1: Passenger, Light Delivery and Commercial Vehicles only

137 107

58722

LP ID 66774

2

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

ENGINEERING FABRICATION:

152 98

58720

LP ID 66772

3

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

ENGINEERING FABRICATION

139 97

58721

LP ID 66773

4

FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE:

ENGINEERING FABRICATION

141 105

59689

LP ID 63473

2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: FITTING 130 91

59669

LP ID 63469

3 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: FITTING 124 100

59709

LP ID 63479

4

FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE:

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: FITTING

121 86
23255 3

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:

FITTING & MACHINING – PENDING MERSETA RE-REGISTRATION

178 138

57881

LP ID 58534

2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: WELDING APPLICATION AND PRACTICE 159 108

57886

LP ID 58535

3 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: WELDING APPLICATION AND PRACTICE 155 102

57887

LP ID 58536

4 FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE: WELDING APPLICATION AND PRACTICE 158 99

SKILLS

MERSETA

SKILLS PROGRAMME SUMMARY

For groups with a Minimum of 8 to a Maximum of 12 Learners a Discount of 10% applies.

OFO CODE OFO DESCRIPTION SKILLS PROGRAMME NUMBER SKILLS PROGRAMME TITLE NQF CREDITS DAYS
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SS 0032/16-17 Brakes and Suspension Repair Assistant 2 39 24
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0435/10-17 Assistance Service Person 2 33 23
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0562/11-17 Automotive Workshop Assistant 2 68 42
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0564/11-17 Automotive Workshop Assistant Phase 2 2 83 56
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0591/11-17 Passenger Vehicle Service Person(phase 2(ARM) 2 57 44
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0629/11-17 Suspension Fitter Part 1 (Second Edition) 2 25 17
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0002/06-17 Suspension Fitter Part 2 (ARM) 3 29 18
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0616/11-17 Motor Vehicle Workshop Assistant(ARM) 2 30 18
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0695/12-17 Automotive Component Assembler 2 45 27
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0842/13-17 Basic Automotive Servicing Skills 2 28 16
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0844/13-17 Automotive Servicing Skills 2 39 23
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0845/13-17 Automotive Service Workshop Assistant 2 37 22
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0973/16-17 Auto Electrician Assistant 2 29 20
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0975/16-17 Automotive Workshop Assistant 3 56 35
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SS 0030/16-17 Automotive Component fitter and assembler 2 22 13
651302 Boilermaker SP 0707/12-17 Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Downhand) 2 51 33
651302 Boilermaker SP 0752/13-17 Weld In down hand Position 2 39 25
651302 Boilermaker SP 0753/13-17 Components Fabricating and Welding 3 51 30
651302 Boilermaker SP 0756/13-17 Basic Fabrication Skills 2 52 30
652302 Fitter & Turner SP 0258/08-17 Maintain Pumps & Equipment 3 63 42
718904 Integrated manufacturing Line Machine operator SP 0650/12-17 Production Machine Operator 1 2 37 21
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0299/09-17 General Workshop Assistant (Mech Handling) 2 42 27
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0304/09-17 Mechanical Workshop Assistant (Fitting) 2 58 47
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0930/15-17 Mechanical Maintenance Skills (Part 1)(Fitting) 3 38 28
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0956/15-17 Routine machine maintainer (Fitting) 2 81 48
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0446/10-17 Pumps & Conveyors Maintenance Assistant (Fitting) 3 44 30
651401 Metal Fabricator SP 0619/11-17 Basic Skills For The Workplace 2 35 27
652301 Metal Machinist SP 0701/12-17 Basic Machining in Manufacturing (Fitting) 2 66 50
712102 Metal Manufacturing Machine Setter and minder SP 0655/12-17 Component Assembler / Manufacture 2 56 34
712101 Metal Process Plant Operator SP 0877/14-17 Read Interpret and Mark off Engineering Drawings & Shapes 2 14 9
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0106/07-17 Written Communication and Interpretation of Reports (Plastics) 3 18 19
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0111/07-17 Apply Quality Assurance Systems 3 8 5
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0111/07-17(a) Apply SHEQ Procedures And Systems 3 14 7
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0133/07-17 Apply Safety Procedures 3 6 3
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0133/07-17(a) Workplace Safety 2 8 5
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0233/08-17 Basic Fire Fighting 2 4 2
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0234/08-17 Basic first aid 2 4 2
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0358/09-17 Use Mathematics To Solve Workplace Problems 3 6 7
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0368/09-17 Applied Workplace Mathematics 2 11 8
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0373/09-17 Fundamentals Of Compiling Workplace Reports 3 15 14
832901 Process Worker SP 0007/06-17 Introduction to manufacturing environment 1 21 14
312201 Production Plant Supervision SP 0076/06-18 Manage Team Performance 4 14 9
714101 Rubber Production Machine Operator SP 0062/06-17 Safety Health and Environment Business Relations 2 37 22
714101 Tyre Repairer SP 0945/15-17 Wheel Balancer(ARM) 2 20 12
651201 Welder SP 0194/07-17 Advanced Pipe Welding 4 80 23
651202 Welder SP 0215/07-17 Advanced Carbon Steel Pipe Welding 4 74 39
651202 Welder SP 0287/08-17 Basic Gas Metal Arc Welder 2 34 21
651202 Welder SP 0302/09-17 Assistant Welder 2 63 36
651202 Welder SP 0393/09-17 Assistant Carbon Steel Welder 2 68 36
651202 Welder SP 0425/10-17 Assistant Arc Welder 2 52 32
651203 Welder SP 0544/11-17 Basic Arc & Gas Welder 2 51 28
651202 Welder SP 0552/11-17 Basic Gas & Arc Welder 2 42 22
651202 Welder SP 0556/11-17 Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welder 2 48 31
651202 Welder SP 0628/11-17 Basic Welding Skills 2 35 19
651202 Welder SP 0634/12-17 Safe Use of Gas Cutting Tools 2 24 18
651202 Welder SP 0635/12-17 Carbon Steel  Arc And Gas Welding Operator 2 30 17
651202 Welder SP 0689/12-17 Carbon Steel Track Welding for Coding 3 79 42
651202 Welder SP 0690/12-17 Carbon Steel Plate( Structural Welding) 2 50 29
651202 Welder SP 0704/12-17 Carbon and Stainless Steel Pipe Welding for Coding 3 69 34
651202 Welder SP 0705/12-17 Basic Engineering Fabrication Skills 2 29 23
651202 Welder SP 0843/13-17 Gas Metal Arc Welding Operator 2 23 13
651202 Welder SP 0854/13-17 Welding Workshop Assistant 2 52 27
651202 Welder SP 0865/13-17 Basic Sheilded Metal Arc Welding in all Positions Using Jigs 3 27 15
651202 Welder SP 0921/14-17 Basic Welding Skills 2 91 50
651202 Welder SP 0940/15-17 Basic Shielded and Metal welding Skills  (welding) 2 34 20
651202 Welder SP 0950/15-17 Assistant Arc  Welder (Phase 2) 2 52 33
651202 Welder SP 0951/15-17 Assistant Welder Phase 2 2 50 27
651202 Welder SP 0960/15-17 Carbon Steel Pipe Welder (in All Positions) 4 60 32
651202 Welder SS 0028/16-17 Workshop Welding Assistant 2 62 34

SHORT COURSES

Specific courses can be tailored to meet special needs, drawing from the vast range of training material that ETC has readily on file.

  • GENERAL MECHANICAL
  • TECHNICAL WELDING
MOTOR MECHANIC DEPARTMENT

MOTOR MECHANIC DEPARTMENT

ETC has the resources to train in a very wide range of motor mechanic skills.

The Mechanical Training Department trains mainly under the MERSETA.

APPRENTICESHIPS

MERSETA

ADVISING AND PRE-TRADE TEST SKILLS ASSESSMENT

CODE COURSE DURATION   (in days)
4226 Advising and Pre Trade Test Assessment – Motor Mechanic 5

PRE-TRADE TEST TRAINING

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

0726 Motor Mechanic Pre-Trade Test Training 10

MERSETA

APPRENTICESHIP MODULES GROUPED INTO PHASES FOR ANNUAL TRAINING

MOTOR MECHANIC

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

2430 Motor Mechanic Phase 1 Modular Training (MERSETA) 55
2431 Motor Mechanic Phase 2 Modular Training (MERSETA) 39
2432 Motor Mechanic Phase 3 Modular Training (MERSETA) 36

MERSETA

MOTOR MECHANIC

APPRENTICE MODULAR TRAINING

PHASE 1

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

2430 MOTOR MECHANIC PHASE 1 MODULAR TRAINING 55
0310 Induction ID1 – ID6 3
0971 Safety SF1 & SF5 2
1809 Drawings & Sketches DS7, DS24, DS25 & DS27 3
1966 Materials MA2, 3 & MA15 2
2286 Measuring Equipment MF1 – 4 & MF 6 5
2404 Handtools, Handskills & Workshop Tools HT1, WT2, WT21 & 22, HS2 – HS5, HS7 (Sharpening tools) 4
2405 Handtools, Handskills & Workshop Tools WT1 & 2, HT2-4, MT9, HS1&8 (Correct use of tools) 10
2406 Keys & Locking Devices KL3-6 & KL8-10 3
2407 Service SER 1-3 2
2408 Transmission Systems TS1 5
2409 Cooling Systems CS1-14 3
2614 Arc Welding SF3, AO1 – AO4 5
0320 Gas Welding SF3, GW10 – GW13, 5
0321 Gas Cutting SF3, GC1 – GC3, HS9, 3

 

PHASE 2

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

2431 MOTOR MECHANIC PHASE 2 MODULAR TRAINING 39
2411 Exhaust Systems EXS1 2
2412 Fuel Systems FS6 & FS9 & DS 21 5
2413 Transmission Systems Remove, test & replace clutch components TS3 5
2414 Transmission Systems Gearbox & Differential TS 2 10
2415 Suspension Systems SUS 1-6 8
2416 Braking Systems DS19, BS1-4 5
2417 Air Over Hydraulic Brakes AHB1 2
2418 Bearings BE15-20, WT7, WT18 & WT20 2

PHASE 3

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

2432 MOTOR MECHANIC PHASE 3 MODULAR TRAINING 36
2419 Steering systems STS 1-2 5
2420 Electrical Systems ES 1-3, MF 12 & DS 28 6
2421 Soft Solder SS 11 1
2422 Batteries BA1-5 1
2423 Basic Lifting Techniques BG2, 3 & BG9 3
2424 Engines & Accessories EA 1-EA3 & 4 DS23 8
2425 Engines & Accessories EA 2 & EA 11 1
2426 Engines & Accessories MF7, EA 5-9 5
2427 Engines & Accessories EA 10 1
2428 Engine Tuning ETU 1 5

 

0266 Apprentice Motor Mechanical Selected Modules

 

MOTOR MECHANIC

SELECTED MODULES

The modules below are aligned to the current MERSETA Motor Mechanical Apprentice Training Modules.

3 Streams have been identified which divide the trade into the following:

  • Auto Electrical Repairs
  • Strip and Assemble Drive Train Components
  • Strip and Assemble Engines and Accessories

 

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

4316 Auto Electrical Repairs and Vehicle Service 29
1809 Drawings & Sketches DS7, DS24, DS25 & DS27 3
2286 Measuring Equipment MF1 – 4 & MF 6 5
2409 Cooling Systems CS1-14 3
320 Gas Welding SF3, GW10 – GW13, 5
2420 Electrical Systems ES 1-3, MF 12 & DS 28 6
2421 Soft Solder SS 11 1
2422 Batteries BA1-5 1
2428 Engine Tuning ETU 1 5

 

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

4317 Strip and Assemble Drive Train Components 52
1809 Drawings & Sketches DS7, DS24, DS25 & DS27 3
2286 Measuring Equipment MF1 – 4 & MF 6 5
2407 Service SER 1-3 2
2408 Transmission Systems TS 1 5
2413 Transmission Systems Remove, test & replace clutch components TS3 5
2414 Transmission Systems Gearbox & Differential TS 2 10
2415 Suspension Systems SUS 1-6 8
2416 Braking Systems DS19, BS1-4 5
2417 Air Over Hydraulic Brakes AHB1 2
2418 Bearings BE15-20, WT7, WT18 & WT20 2
2419 Steering systems STS 1-2 5

 

CODE COURSE

DURATION

(in days)

4318 Strip and Assemble Engines and Accessories 45
1809 Drawings & Sketches DS7, DS24, DS25 & DS27 3
2286 Measuring Equipment MF1 – 4 & MF 6 5
2404 Handtools, Handskills & Workshop Tools HT1, WT2, WT21&22, HS2 – HS5, HS7 4
2405 Handtools, Handskills & Workshop Tools WT1 & 2, HT2-4, MT9, HS1&8 10
2423 Basic Lifting Techniques BG2,3 & BG9 3
2424 Engines & Accessories EA 1-EA3 & 4 DS 23 8
2425 Engines & Accessories EA 2 & EA 11 1
2426 Engines & Accessories MF7, EA 5-9 5
2427 Engines & Accessories EA 10 1
2428 Engine Tuning ETU 1 5


 

LEARNERSHIPS

Generally, Learnerships at the lower level average around 20 to 24 individual registered unit standards. Any one, or any combination or group of specific unit standards can be offered to individuals or industry to suit particular requirements. In addition, the previous common qualification, that of modular training for individual specific courses, can still be offered.

MERSETA

A SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS / LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMMES

SAQA ID NQF QUALIFICATION Total Credits Total Training & Assessment Duration
71950 LEVEL 2

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS: MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY

124 87

78523

LP ID 64810

LEVEL 2

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

132 93

78524

LP ID 64809

LEVEL 3

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE:

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

Specialisation Area 1: Passenger, Light Delivery and Commercial Vehicles only

137 107

 

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE: LEVEL2:

SAQA ID: 78523         LP ID 64810                        LAST DATE FOR ENROLMENT:  2019-06-30

US ID

NO.

UNIT STANDARD

U.S.

DETAIL

LAST DATE

FOR

ENROLMENT

DURATION

(in days)

12211 Build basic auto electrical circuits C/2/16 2011-07-28 10
260719 Carry out an automotive service C/2/8 2019-06-30 4
244686 Demonstrate understanding of the principles of fluid power C/2/6 2019-06-30 3
13220 Keep the work area safe and productive C/2/8 2019-06-30 3
260717 Remove and fit automobile components C/2/12 2019-06-30 5
119744 Select, use and care for engineering hand tools C/2/8 2019-06-30 5
12476 Select, use and care for engineering measuring equipment C/2/4 2019-06-30 2
12219 Select, use and care for engineering power tools C/2/6 2019-06-30 5
260638 Service automobile batteries C/2/4 2019-06-30 2
244056 Understand the fundamentals of engine technology C/3/4 2019-06-30 2
119463 Access and use information from texts F/2/5 2019-06-30 4
9009 Apply basic knowledge of statistics and probability to influence the use of data and procedures in order to investigate life related problems F/2/3 2019-06-30 2
7480 Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systems F/2/3 2019-06-30 2
9008 Identify, describe, compare, classify, explore shape and motion in 2-and 3-dimensional shapes in different contexts F/2/3 2019-06-30 2
119454 Maintain and adapt oral/signed communication F/2/5 2019-06-30 4
119460 Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes F/2/5 2019-06-30 4
7469 Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal and community life F/2/2 2019-06-30 2
9007 Work with a range of patterns and functions and solve problems F/2/5 2019-06-30 4
119456 Write/present for a defined context F/2/5 2019-06-30 4

 

US ID

NO.

UNIT STANDARD

U.S.

DETAIL

LAST DATE

FOR

ENROLMENT

DURATION

(in days)

A.R.M. Specialisation only

260720 Balance a wheel E/2/2 2019-06-30 1
15123 Select and use vehicle lifting equipment E/2/3 2011-08-07 2
119750 Inspect and lubricate an automotive system E/2/8 2009-11-30 3
244690 Demonstrate basic knowledge of hydraulic components E/2/3 2019-06-30 2
244691 Demonstrate basic knowledge of pneumatic components E/2/3 2019-06-30 2

 

CODE ACTIVITY

DURATION

(in days)

1036 Site visit & Learners return to employee 1
1037 Site Visit & 60 credits Pre Assessment Meeting 1
N/A 60 Credits Summative Assessment 3
1038 Site Visit & 90 credits Pre Assessment Meeting 1
N/A 90 Credits Summative Assessment 5
1039 Site Visit & Final credits Pre Assessment Meeting 1
N/A Final Credits Summative Assessment 3

 


NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE: LEVEL 3:

 

SAQA ID: 78524        LP ID 64809                        LAST DATE FOR ENROLMENT:  2019-06-30  

US ID

NO.

UNIT STANDARD

U.S.

DETAIL

LAST DATE

FOR

ENROLMENT

DURATION

 (in days)

260679 Demonstrate knowledge of fuel supply and engine management systems C/3/10 2019-06-30 5
244053 Dismantle automotive main components C/3/4 2019-06-30 2
244048 Inspect, assess and report on external components of engines C/3/6 2019-06-30 3
260721 Perform a basic condition test on vehicle components C/3/8 2019-06-30 4
260718 Remove and install fuel system components C/3/6 2019-06-30 3
244049 Repair and assemble automotive components C/3/8 2019-06-30 4
244051 Test and repair an engine cooling system C/3/4 2019-06-30 2
244057 Test and repair an engine lubrication system C/3/4 2019-06-30 2
260437 Trace and repair auto electrical circuit faults C/3/8 2019-06-30 4
244163 Remove, replace and set timing drive systems C/4/5 2019-06-30 3
119472 Accommodate audience and context needs in oral/signed communication F/3/5 2019-06-30 4
9010 Demonstrate an understanding of the use of different number bases and measurement units and an awareness of error in the context of relevant calculations F/3/2 2019-06-30 2
9013 Describe, apply, analyse and calculate shape and motion in 2-and 3-dimensional space in different contexts F/3/4 2019-06-30 5
119457 Interpret and use information from texts F/3/5 2019-06-30 5
9012 Investigate life and work related problems using data and probabilities F/3/5 2019-06-30 4
119467 Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes F/3/5 2019-06-30 3
7456 Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal, business and national issues F/3/5 2019-06-30 5
119465 Write/present/sign texts for a range of communicative contexts F/3/5 2019-06-30 4

 

Specialisation Area 1: Passenger, Light Delivery and Commercial Vehicles only

12218 Construct and test basic electronic circuits E/2/16 2009-07-19 8
260637 Test and report on condition of vehicle starting and charging system E/2/4 2019-06-30 2
15100 Check and adjust steering geometry E/3/4 2019-06-30 2
11202 Fit and commission air-conditioners to vehicles E/3/8 2010-11-07 4
13282 Maintain brakes and clutches E/3/6 2019-06-30 5

 

CODE ACTIVITY

DURATION

(in days)

1036 Site visit & Learners return to employee 1
1037 Site Visit & 60 credits Pre Assessment Meeting 1
N/A 60 Credits Summative Assessment 5
1038 Site Visit & 90 credits Pre Assessment Meeting 1
N/A 90 Credits Summative Assessment 6
1039 Site Visit & Final credits Pre Assessment Meeting 1
N/A Final Credits Summative Assessment 4

 

SKILLS

MERSETA

SKILLS PROGRAMME SUMMARY

For groups with a Minimum of 8 to a Maximum of 12 Learners a Discount of 10% applies.

OFO CODE OFO DESCRIPTION SKILLS PROGRAMME NUMBER SKILLS PROGRAMME TITLE NQF CREDITS DAYS
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SS 0032/16-17 Brakes and Suspension Repair Assistant 2 39 24
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0435/10-17 Assistance Service Person 2 33 23
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0562/11-17 Automotive Workshop Assistant 2 68 42
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0564/11-17 Automotive Workshop Assistant Phase 2 2 83 56
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0591/11-17 Passenger Vehicle Service Person(phase 2(ARM) 2 57 44
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0629/11-17 Suspension Fitter Part 1 (Second Edition) 2 25 17
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0002/06-17 Suspension Fitter Part 2 (ARM) 3 29 18
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0616/11-17 Motor Vehicle Workshop Assistant(ARM) 2 30 18
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0695/12-17 Automotive Component Assembler 2 45 27
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0842/13-17 Basic Automotive Servicing Skills 2 28 16
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0844/13-17 Automotive Servicing Skills 2 39 23
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0845/13-17 Automotive Service Workshop Assistant 2 37 22
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0973/16-17 Auto Electrician Assistant 2 29 20
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SP 0975/16-17 Automotive Workshop Assistant 3 56 35
653101 Automotive Motor Mechanic SS 0030/16-17 Automotive Component fitter and assembler 2 22 13
651302 Boilermaker SP 0707/12-17 Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Downhand) 2 51 33
651302 Boilermaker SP 0752/13-17 Weld In down hand Position 2 39 25
651302 Boilermaker SP 0753/13-17 Components Fabricating and Welding 3 51 30
651302 Boilermaker SP 0756/13-17 Basic Fabrication Skills 2 52 30
652302 Fitter & Turner SP 0258/08-17 Maintain Pumps & Equipment 3 63 42
718904 Integrated manufacturing Line Machine operator SP 0650/12-17 Production Machine Operator 1 2 37 21
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0299/09-17 General Workshop Assistant (Mech Handling) 2 42 27
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0304/09-17 Mechanical Workshop Assistant (Fitting) 2 58 47
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0930/15-17 Mechanical Maintenance Skills (Part 1)(Fitting) 3 38 28
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0956/15-17 Routine machine maintainer (Fitting) 2 81 48
653303 Mechanical Fitter SP 0446/10-17 Pumps & Conveyors Maintenance Assistant (Fitting) 3 44 30
651401 Metal Fabricator SP 0619/11-17 Basic Skills For The Workplace 2 35 27
652301 Metal Machinist SP 0701/12-17 Basic Machining in Manufacturing (Fitting) 2 66 50
712102 Metal Manufacturing Machine Setter and minder SP 0655/12-17 Component Assembler / Manufacture 2 56 34
712101 Metal Process Plant Operator SP 0877/14-17 Read Interpret and Mark off Engineering Drawings & Shapes 2 14 9
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0106/07-17 Written Communication and Interpretation of Reports (Plastics) 3 18 19
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0111/07-17 Apply Quality Assurance Systems 3 8 5
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0111/07-17(a) Apply SHEQ Procedures And Systems 3 14 7
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0133/07-17 Apply Safety Procedures 3 6 3
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0133/07-17(a) Workplace Safety 2 8 5
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0233/08-17 Basic Fire Fighting 2 4 2
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0234/08-17 Basic first aid 2 4 2
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0358/09-17 Use Mathematics To Solve Workplace Problems 3 6 7
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0368/09-17 Applied Workplace Mathematics 2 11 8
714208 Plastics Production Machine Operator SP 0373/09-17 Fundamentals Of Compiling Workplace Reports 3 15 14
832901 Process Worker SP 0007/06-17 Introduction to manufacturing environment 1 21 14
312201 Production Plant Supervision SP 0076/06-18 Manage Team Performance 4 14 9
714101 Rubber Production Machine Operator SP 0062/06-17 Safety Health and Environment Business Relations 2 37 22
714101 Tyre Repairer SP 0945/15-17 Wheel Balancer(ARM) 2 20 12
651201 Welder SP 0194/07-17 Advanced Pipe Welding 4 80 23
651202 Welder SP 0215/07-17 Advanced Carbon Steel Pipe Welding 4 74 39
651202 Welder SP 0287/08-17 Basic Gas Metal Arc Welder 2 34 21
651202 Welder SP 0302/09-17 Assistant Welder 2 63 36
651202 Welder SP 0393/09-17 Assistant Carbon Steel Welder 2 68 36
651202 Welder SP 0425/10-17 Assistant Arc Welder 2 52 32
651203 Welder SP 0544/11-17 Basic Arc & Gas Welder 2 51 28
651202 Welder SP 0552/11-17 Basic Gas & Arc Welder 2 42 22
651202 Welder SP 0556/11-17 Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welder 2 48 31
651202 Welder SP 0628/11-17 Basic Welding Skills 2 35 19
651202 Welder SP 0634/12-17 Safe Use of Gas Cutting Tools 2 24 18
651202 Welder SP 0635/12-17 Carbon Steel  Arc And Gas Welding Operator 2 30 17
651202 Welder SP 0689/12-17 Carbon Steel Track Welding for Coding 3 79 42
651202 Welder SP 0690/12-17 Carbon Steel Plate( Structural Welding) 2 50 29
651202 Welder SP 0704/12-17 Carbon and Stainless Steel Pipe Welding for Coding 3 69 34
651202 Welder SP 0705/12-17 Basic Engineering Fabrication Skills 2 29 23
651202 Welder SP 0843/13-17 Gas Metal Arc Welding Operator 2 23 13
651202 Welder SP 0854/13-17 Welding Workshop Assistant 2 52 27
651202 Welder SP 0865/13-17 Basic Sheilded Metal Arc Welding in all Positions Using Jigs 3 27 15
651202 Welder SP 0921/14-17 Basic Welding Skills 2 91 50
651202 Welder SP 0940/15-17 Basic Shielded and Metal welding Skills  (welding) 2 34 20
651202 Welder SP 0950/15-17 Assistant Arc  Welder (Phase 2) 2 52 33
651202 Welder SP 0951/15-17 Assistant Welder Phase 2 2 50 27
651202 Welder SP 0960/15-17 Carbon Steel Pipe Welder (in All Positions) 4 60 32
651202 Welder SS 0028/16-17 Workshop Welding Assistant 2 62 34

SHORT COURSES

Specific courses can be tailored to meet special needs, drawing from the vast range of training material that ETC has readily on file.

  • GENERAL MECHANICAL
  • TECHNICAL WELDING
SUPERVISORY DEPARTMENT

The Supervisory Training Department presents a large range of Supervisory courses that are suitable for all, from delegates and shop floor to junior management. Many aspiring leaders in the industry today did not receive the necessary grounding that will enable them to progress up through the ranks to middle management. They have the practical skills and knowledge for the task, but lack what can best be described as “people and administration skills.” Thus ETC can provide the necessary training and background needed, allowing the potential leader to assume his or her rightfully place in an organization.

ODETDP

Occupationally Directed Education Training & Development Practices falls under the Supervisory Training Department.

Modules include Facilitation, Moderation and Assessment.

COMPUTER COURSES

Computer literacy is a vital skill to have, for the operator on the floor, who may never type a letter, but needs to access parts lists, schedules, prices, availability, and short fall lists.

Teaching the operator just certain key strokes could be construed as insulting. It is human nature to want to know more, even those that have a limited education. By not trying to expand the operator’s knowledge, you are limiting him or her to that position for all eternity. Growing the ability of staff is Government policy, and ETC can structure courses, mainly centered around Microsoft Office, to meet the needs of first time operators as well as those with a reasonable working knowledge that want to improve efficiency.

All of the three courses can each be presented completely as a full course, or each module, or combination of various modules separately, or the entire package can be purchased for in-house presentation by companies.

  • COMPUTER TRAINING
WHOLESALE & RETAIL

LEARNERSHIPS

  • 58206 – NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: WHOLESALE & RETAIL OPERATIONS

Eastcape Training Centre

By considering Eastcape Training Centre, you are taking the first step in assuring your future.

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