The core of the business is to develop the skills of the electrical person responsible for the compliance, safety declaration and certification of the electrical installation.
We are accredited by the EWSETA, CHIETA, MERSETA, CETA and the ETDPSETA . We train electrical learners and apprentices and we are also an accredited Decentralised Trade Test Centre for electrical trade testing.
Our courses provide the skills and knowledge required by the electrician in order to inspect and test an electrical installation. Our inspection and testing programmes currently cater for three levels Domestic (single phase tester), Industrial/Commercial (three phase) and Hazardous (flammable areas). All of these courses lead to a competence assessment where the learner will have to demonstrate knowledge and skills in a practical assessment on site.
Clients include B & W Instrumentation and Electrical, City Power, ZEST WEG Group, Sun International, Johannesburg Water, Peermont Educational Trust Ekurhuleni, ESKOM, City of Windhoek, NAM Power and many other organisations.
Our appreciation goes out to the following organisations who have donated equipment and product during 2010-2011 training period, to the training centre for the development of learners in the electrical sector.
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