What is a Boilermaker?
A boilermaker is a tradesperson who fabricates steel, iron, or copper into boilers and other large containers intended to hold hot gas or liquid, as well as maintains and repairs boilers and boiler systems.
Where Can I Study Boilermaker In South Africa?
How long does a Boilermaker course take in South Africa?
Boiler making training course costs R7000 and takes 4 weeks.
How much is a boiler making course in South Africa?
Boiler making training course costs R7000 and takes 4 weeks. Requirements include a copy of your id or passport, 2 ID passport photos, a blanket, and some clothes for change.
How do I become a Boilermaker in South Africa?
Be at least 16 years old.
NQF Level 1 with Mathematics and Science.
Have 4 years of apprenticeship.
Possess excellent knowledge of welding, electrical equipment, and liquid pressure systems.
Have a national certificate that shows you have completed boilermaker courses.