National Artisan Moderation Body (NAMB) - Electrical

PHASE 1 Duration: 12 weeks
• Induction
• Safety in the Workplace
• Hand Tools
• Workshop Tools
• Materials
• Drawings &Sketches
• Marking Off
• Hand Skills
• Wiring
• Electrical
• Measuring Instruments (Panel Mounted)
• Electrical Testing Instruments (Portable)
• Theoretical Training
PHASE 2 Duration: 12 weeks
• Safety
• Electrical Equipment
• Drawings & Sketches
• Arc Welding
• Gas Welding
• Gas Cutting and Heating
• Basic Lifting Techniques
• Soft Solder
• Conductors
• AC Machines
• DC Machines
• Fault Finding
PHASE 3 Duration: 10 weeks
• Conductors
• Cables
• Installations
• Electronics
• Theoretical Training
PHASE 4 Duration: 6 weeks
• Brush up period of all tasks covered

Course Overview

A three year program after which you qualify as a trade tested Electrician. Open your own business. Electricians are in great demand all over world.

The apprenticeship is a contract of up to 3 years, comprising of Institutionalised Training and Experiential (On-The-Job) Training, during which time the candidate must be deemed competent and pass a Trade Test in order to qualify as an artisan.

Admission Requirements
For an applicant to be eligible to be considered for an apprenticeship, the applicant needs

• 16 years an older

• Matric with Maths and Physical Science

• Years of Experience: 0 - 1 Year

• Highest Qualification: N2 – N6

• Updated Copy of Curriculum Vitae (CV).

• Certified Copy of Identity document (not older than 3 months certified).

• Certified Copy of Highest Qualification (not older than 3 months certified).

• Proof of Resident