What is a Fitting And Turning?
Fitting and turning is a trade that manufactures metal components (turning) and assembles them (turning) to construct industrial machinery, machine components, or tools.
Where Can I Study Fitting And Turning In South Africa?
How do I become a fitter and turner in South Africa?
Be at least 16 years old
Possess N1-N3 and/or N4-N6 certificates
Have basic engineering theory, NQF Level 3, 32 credits
Know fitting theory, NQF Level 4, 38 credits
Know machining theory, NQF Level 4, 36 credits
Have a total number of credits for knowledge modules of 106 Credits
Have 4 years of apprenticeship
Have a national certificate that shows you have completed fitter and turner courses
Is fitting and turning in demand in South Africa?
One of the standout benefits of being a fitter and turner in South Africa is the continuous demand for these skilled individuals across a multitude of industries.
How much does it cost to study fitter and turner in South Africa?
Fitting and turning training costs R9500 and takes 4-6 weeks. After the Fitting and turning course, a student is awarded an NQF
Fitting and turning certificate and becomes qualified Fitting and turning who earn average salary of R15000 per month.