Short Courses

Short Courses We Offer:

– Basic Electronics
– Basic Handyman Course
– First Aid Level 1 & 2
– Introduction to Health and Safety
– Forklift Training
– Effective Communication Skills and Relationships
– Mobile Crane Driver Training
– Scaffold Erector Training
– Fundamental Training Level 2 & 3
– Welding
– Employee Wellness Program

  1. Basic Electronics:
  • Understanding the fundamentals and the workings of different Electronic components related to industry:
  • Capacitors
  • Rectifiers
  • Resistors
  • LED’s
  • Diodes
  • Soldering different electronic components together, powering it up and observing its behaviour

Basic Handyman Course:

  • Electrical:
  • make up an extension cable & lead-light
  • replace a light bulb
  • Grinding:
  • use a pedestal and angle grinding machine
  • Handskills:
  • perform a handskills task, including marking off
  • Identification:
  • identify basic hand tools, basic welding tools / equipment, power tools & scaffolding tools / equipment
  • Lubrication:
  • use an oil can and grease gun
  • Welding:
  • perform a butt weld
  • Concrete Mixing:
  • Perform a concrete mixing task
  • Air-conditioning:
  • replace filters on an air-conditioning unit
  • Painting:
  • perform a basic painting task
  • Portable Tools:
  • use a portable drilling machine and jig saw machine
  • Scaffolding:
  • Perform safe working practices when using scaffolding
  1. Industry Specific Lock-out Procedure Training
  1. Welder Training:
  • Basic Welding
  • Intermediate Welding
  • Advanced Welding
  • GTAW SMAW  To (ASME IX) Coding level
  • Hand Tools, Power Tools, Basic rigging, Gas cutting and Gas Welding
  • Safety and induction (Company Specific)
  • Equipment handling for semi-skilled artisans
  • On-site training and assessments
  • On and off-site refresher courses for artisans, semi-skilled workers and general assistants
  • Specific tailor-made to suit individual client’s needs
  1. Keep the work area safe and productive:

Learners can keep their work area safe and productive when carrying out their work duties. They can demonstrate an understanding of safety requirements, procedures and equipment.

  1. Engineering materials:

Learners can identify the types, properties and common applications of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and demonstrate an understanding of common testing and treatment procedures.

  1. Maintain static seals in machines and/or equipment:

Learners are able to identify types of static seals, select for specific use, replace, and test static seals used in machines and equipment.

  1. Read, interpret and produce basic engineering drawings:

Learners can read, interpret basic engineering drawings to be able to select components to be manufactured or assembled and produce freehand sketches and basic drawings using isometric, oblique and orthographic projection, including hidden detail and single plane sectional views

  1. Select, use and care for engineering hand tools:

Learners can select, safely use and maintain a range of engineering hand tools used for shaping, cutting and assembly. This will include filing, hacksawing, drilling & tapping skills

  1. Select, use and care for engineering measuring equipment:

Learners can identify units of measure commonly accepted within the engineering industry, identify correct symbols and select, safely use and maintain a range of engineering measuring equipment, including rulers, tape measures, verniers & micrometers

  1. Perform routine maintenance:

Learners will be able to plan and prepare job cards and sequencing activities, monitor condition of machinery and equipment, perform Routine Maintenance, clean, replenish and lubricate machines and apply quality checks on completed work

  1. Sling Loads

Learners can sling loads safely before allowing load-moving equipment to remove / move the load; understand the importance of applying safe slinging techniques and how it is achieved; basic knowledge of weight determining, determining what load slinging equipment is required, lashing the load, attaching the load to the selected lifting equipment and signalling the lifting equipment operator

  1. Maintain bearings in machines and equipment:

Learners are able to identify a range of bearings and their application in machinery and equipment; able to check bearings, determine faults, assess requirements for repair, and remove and replace bearings

  1. Maintain indirect drives:

Learners can perform maintenance on indirect drives to ensure operational integrity; importance of maintenance of indirect drives and how it is achieved; basic knowledge of drive systems, repairing indirect drive components, alignment of the drive and the use of tools and equipment to maintain indirect drives

  1. Maintain direct drives:

Learners can perform routine maintenance on direct drives to ensure operational integrity; monitoring, repairing and alignment of direct drives; importance of maintaining direct drives and how this is achieved

  1. Maintain lubricating systems:

Learners are able to identify various types of lubricating systems, ascertain the operations of each and inspect, test and repair lubricating systems

  1. Maintain centrifugal pumps:

Learners are able to identify centrifugal pumps and their application, plan & prepare for pump maintenance, maintain, repair, remove & install centrifugal pumps, maintain and care for tools & equipment

  1. Maintain positive displacement pumps:

Upon completion of this module, learners are able to identify positive displacement pumps and their application, plan & prepare for pump maintenance, maintain, repair, remove & install positive displacement pumps, maintain and care for tools & equipment

  1. Maintain hydraulic systems:

Learners can identify and discuss a range of hydraulic systems and their applications, plan and prepare for hydraulic maintenance, maintain, remove & install hydraulic systems, maintain and care for tools & equipment

  1. Maintain pneumatic systems:

Learners can identify and discuss a range of pneumatic systems and their applications, plan and prepare for pneumatic maintenance, maintain pneumatic systems, maintain and care for tools & equipment

  1. Maintain dynamic seals in machines and/or equipment:

Learners are able to identify types of dynamic seals, select for specific use, install and test dynamic seals used in machines and equipment

  1. Maintain gearboxes:

Learners are able to inspect gearboxes, determine faults, assess requirements for repair, and remove, replace and set up parts and components