AUTOMOTIVE N1 - N3
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering
- Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
- Automotive Repair and Maintenance
- Aerospace Engineering
- Tool Making
- Fitting and Machining
- Take part in the manufacturing of tools
- Take part in the operation and maintenance of machines
- Extract tools, equipment and processes to produce components
- Create sketches and computer aided designs (CAD)
- Interpret and produce engineering drawings and maps
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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
MOTOR TRADE THEORY
This subject teaches trade theory for Motor and Diesel mechanics. This includes fault diagnosis, causes and remedies and service procedures.
A tradesman will be equipped with the knowledge and understanding of a wide angle of engineering principles. By using calculations and theory, the student will develop an understanding of abstract atomic theory. Furthermore, the student will obtain knowledge and understanding of how an electrical current together with materials, matter and gasses influences changes and enhances the provision of electronically controlled equipment for use and consumption.
Engineering Drawings teaches students to identify the function of engineering drawings, and interpret these drawings as an accurate and meaningful manner of communication.
Engineering Science teaches scientific principles, the use of correct science terminology, application of SI units, use of symbols, formulae and abbreviations.
Mathematics N1-N3 resides on the equivalent level of Grade 10-12 at school. The content is presented with an engineering approach in conjunction with a highly supported integrated dimension for the other three subjects that follow. The mathematical subject provides an opportunity to gain a better understanding and enhance practical skills in a work environment.
Grade 10 with 50% in Mathematics OR Grade 11 with 40% in Mathematics
- Kathu Campus
- Namaqualand Campus
- Upington Campus