FABRICATION N1 - N3
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Automotive Repair and Maintenance
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
This subject teaches different methods of fabrication including the use of triangulation, radial line and parallel line. Other aspects of fabrication that are covered include oxy-acetylene cutting, arc welding, power machine cutting, bending and rolling of steel plates.
Mathematics teaches mathematical terminology, identification of appropriate formula, SI units and derived units. Students will learn how to apply basic mathematical principles and seek solutions to mathematical and scientific problems by logical reasoning.
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.
1 Trimester per Level
N1-N3 = 3 Trimesters of 10 weeks each plus examinations (1 Year)
- Kathu Campus
- Upington Campus
- Namaqualand Campus