interior design apprenticeships
An Apprenticeship is a nationally accredited, usually fully-funded, training programme combining real work (experiential training) with learning and training, both on and off the job. The apprentice not only gains practical work experience with host employers but trains whilst receiving (salary (stipend). Our growing list of Apprenticeship offering includes:
The minimum age and educational qualifications for commencing an apprenticeship is 16 years of age and a Grade 10 (Standard 8). However a Grade 11 (Standard 9) or Matric (Standard 10) with Maths and Science would be preferred
Electricians perform a numerous electrical related work on buildings and facilities, ranging from lighting and climate control systems, to communication equipment and thousands of other specific tools and devices. They assemble, install, commission, test, maintain, service and operate electrical systems and equipment from houses, offices, industries and more complex installations.
Mechanical fitting speaks to the assembly, installation and maintenance of complex machinery in, for example, power stations or pumps that drive oil into a refinery. It is a physically demanding career, and it also requires a high level of skill.
Mechanical fitters may progress to be engineers or project managers working in the manufacturing, oil, gas and petro-chemical industries. Usually highly skilled and competent, mechanical fitters often become the first choice for management positions in industry.
Instrument Technicians are involved in installation and maintenance of equipment used in the measurement, process and control for plant relating to the manufacturing, oil and gas, food, steel making and petro-chemical industries.
Millwrights are regarded masters of all trades as they are expected to install, maintain and repair all types of machinery in almost any industry. Millwrights install, repair, overhaul and maintain all types of machinery and heavy mechanical equipment. They work from plans and blueprints and install equipment and align parts or components.
Welding refers to the manual or semi-automatic fusion together of metal pieces using welding equipment. Welding is a career that offers more choices of industries to work in and advancement opportunities than just about any other career choice. Welders are needed in almost every industry.
Brick or Block-Laying
Bricklayers primarily lay bricks and concrete blocks to construct and repair buildings, walls, arches, chimneys and paved areas. They may also work with tiles and other materials.
Professional brick and block layers can take a pile of blocks and a wheelbarrow full of mortar and turn them into a structure that lasts generations. They build retaining walls, structural walls, decorative things like fireplaces as well as buildings and houses using bricks, pre-cut stone, concrete blocks and other types of building blocks.
Africa is the fastest urbanising continent hence a glut of opportunities exists for bricklayers as business owners or employees of big businesses.
Many people mistake plumbing with general hands or handyman type of jobs. Plumbers install, alter and repair the systems that keep the water and waste disposal systems running, thus providing many of the day-to-day basic amenities. Plumbers also interpret blueprints and project specifications for plumbing work. They also select the type and size of pipe required for a project and measure, shape and join pipes according to the appropriate specifications. They sometimes alter structures to accommodate the pipes.
Floor and wall tiling involves laying various types of tiles including Marble, Ceramic and Porcelain. To become a skilled tiler requires a very high standard of training to achieve spectacular results.
Tiling has become a specialised job used world-wide in modern day architecture and construction. The job locations however range from bathrooms, kitchens, churches to swimming pools and hospitals. It is needful that the tiler be flexible and willing to travel to different locations on a regular basis and enjoy meeting new people.
Carpenters build and repair a vast array of structures made of wood, wood-substitutes, concrete and other materials. You will find carpenters employed by construction companies, contractors and maintenance departments and still others entrepreneurs. Carpenters assemble and erect forms for concrete, assemble wood and metal frame construction and use plans and instruments to prepare for excavating and shoring. They direct concrete placement and install exterior and interior finish materials such as siding, doors, windows and cabinets. Carpenters also install floor beams, lay sub-flooring, erect walls and roof systems and fit and install trim.