NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL ENGINEERING STUDIES – Ingwe College Courses

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL ENGINEERING STUDIES – Ingwe College Courses

ENGINEERING STUDIES

NCV ENGINEERING STUDIES

Duration: 3 years (one year each for level 2, level 3, level 4)
Qualification: NCV level 4 (Equivalent to National Senior Certificate / Grade 12 NQF level 4)
Admission Requirements: Gr 9 (Minimum), or NQF level 1, or Approved bridging programme

COURSE SUBJECTS VOCATIONAL ACTIVITIES CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
ENGINEERING AND RELATED DESIGN English,

Mathematics or Mathematical literacy ,

Life Orientation, Engineering practice and Maintenance

Technology,

Engineering Technology, Materials Technology, Professional engineering practice

Engineering systems,

Graphic and Design, Applied Engineering and Design,

Applied Engineering Technology

Fitting and turning Engineering fabrication Automotive repair and maintenance

Welding

Refrigeration and air conditioning

Participate in the design and construction of buildings

Take part in the manufactured of tools, machines and engines

Participate in the planning and building of roads, bridges, canals and dams.

Take part in the operation and maintenance of machines

Plan and design mines and mining facilities

Participate in the design of shaft and ventilation systems

Chemical engineering

Civil engineering

Coal technology

Geology

Mechanical engineering

Metallurgical Engineering

Mining metallurgy Petroleum engineering

Car manufacturing

Architectural technology Welding

Tool making

Building management Automotive repairing

Motor mechanics

Panel beating

Refrigeration

Air conditioning

ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION English

Mathematics or Mathematical literacy

Life orientation

Electrical principles and practice

Electronic control and digital electronics Electrical workmanship

Electrical systems and construction

Work at a power station

Work as an electrician an energy producing company or power plant

Work as an electrical technician at a telecommunications company

Work at recording studio as an electrical technician

Work at a performance threat as a technician

Electrical engineering

Industrial engineering

Sound technology

Theatre technology

Process level control

Digital electronics

Instrumental

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION English

Mathematics or Mathematics literacy

Life Orientation Construction Planning Construction Plant and Equipment

Construction materials Construction supervision Construction carpentry and roof work Construction plumbing Masonry and tilling Concrete structures

Roads

Physical science

Participate in operation and maintenance of construction equipment and machinery

Participate in construction of roads, bridges, dams, railways, and houses

Take part in design of construction of tunnels, factories, reservoirs

Participate in the erection of reinforced concrete, structural steel, timber and masonry structures

Architectural technology

Drain inspection

Industrial designing

Quantity surveying

Town and regional planning

Sanitation and reticulation,

Road construction engineering

Building construction.

 

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