Boiler Maker (N1-N6)



N1

 

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Metal worker theory
  • Plating & Structural Steel Drawing

 

N2

    • Mathematics

 

  • Engineering Science
  • Platers/Welders Theory
  • Plating & Structural Steel Drawing

 

N3

    • Mathematics

 

  • Engineering Science

 

    • Mechanotechnology

 

  • Plating & Structural Steel Drawing

 



N4

 

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Mechanotechnics
  • Plating & Structural Steel Drawing

 

N5

    • Mathematics

 

  • Power Machines
  • Mechanical Drawing & Design
  • Strength of Material & Structure

 

N6

    • Mathematics

 

  • Power Machines
  • Mechanical Drawing & Design
  • Strength of Material & Structure

 



Admission Requirements

What do I need to have completed before I can apply to study this course?

  • N1: Minimum of Grade 11 with Mathematics above 50%
  • N2: N1 or equivalent with the four appropriate subjects
  • N3: N2 or equivalent with the four appropriate subjects

How do I get an apprenticeship to allow me entry into this course?

  • If a company employs you as an apprentice and you have the necessary qualification, you can enrol to study the N1 – N3 Certificate course.

 

What do I need to have completed before I can apply to study N4-N6 Mechanic Engineering?

  • To enter N4 – Grade 12 (with related subjects and a 50% pass), N3 Certificate or equivalent qualification
  • To enter N5 – N4 Certificate or equivalent qualification
  • To enter N6 – N5 Certificate or equivalent qualification

You must have passed the following subjects at school:

  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • English

The criteria for application for the National N-Diploma are:

  • A minimum of 4 subjects completed at each level of certification.
  • A minimum of 2 years of practical experience in the field of study.

Duration

  • 1 year (each level is 12 weeks)
  • 2 years practical work experience in industry for a National N-Diploma

Chemical Engineering N1 - N6 is an area of engineering that applies physical sciences (physics and chemistry), life sciences (microbiology and biochemistry), together with applied mathematics and economics to produce, transform, transport, and properly use chemicals, materials and energy. This qualification is designed to provide the theory of Chemical Engineering. You can attain a National Certificate or Diploma once you have worked 24 months.

Career Options

What qualification will I obtain once I’ve completed this course?

  • Chemical Engineer
  • Chemical Process Engineer
  • Chemical Process Operator
  • Laboratory Assistant
  • Water Technician

In which industries will I be able to work?

  • chemical manufacturers and other industries such as: petroleum refining,
    •  synthetic fuel manufacture, 
    • food processing, 
    • brewing, 
    • minerals processing, 
    • paper and pulp 
    • pollution control 
    • manufacture of synthetic fibres, 
    • fertilisers and explosives such organisations as: CSIR, AECI, Eskom, Sasol, NECSA, Sentrachem
  • Atomic Energy Board 
  • Council for Mineral Technology (Mintek)
  • government departments
  • universities lab assistant
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