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PROGRAMMES OFFERED

Programmes Offered to the Public 

The facilitators at the School’s campuses are selected for their many years of knowledge, expertise, coaching and mentoring in various engineering fields. 
The SOE offers learning opportunities for learners Matric qualifications as well as learners with work experience who need to enhance their knowledge capacity.

Apprenticeship Programme

Apprenticeship programmes are open to the youth under the age of 35 years.
Apprenticeship programmes span a period of 18-36 months divided into 3 phases. The programmes are open to successful Grade 12 learners and people with N3. On completion of the respective trade curricula, the students are offered the opportunity to undergo a trade test assessment. Placement is vacancy driven.

Apprenticeship Training

Description:

Vocational Training in 14 Trades
Welding, Electrician, Electromechanician, Wagon Fitter, Vehicle Builder, Diesel Electrical Fitter, Electrical Fitter, Turner Machinist, Armature Winder, Millwright etc.

Minimum Requirements:

Grade 12 with Mathematics and Science /N3

Contact Person:

Phineas Sibanyoni 
Tel: +27 (0)12 743 2369

Engineer in Training (EIT) Programme

 After completing four years study (theoretical component), engineering students studying through the Universities of Technology obtains a National Degree qualification in their chosen engineering disciplines. These graduate bursars may then be offered permanent employment upon obtaining their 4 year degree qualification. These students get allocated to the business and provided a further 24 months structured on the job exposure, with coaching and mentoring support ensuring consolidation of theory and practical. The individual’s development progress is assessed at 6 monthly intervals and appropriate salary adjustments effected in line with successful progression.

Engineer in Training (EIT) Programme

Description:

Structured Workplace Programme

Minimum Requirements:

B.Eng. Degree  in Identified Disciplines

Contact Person:

Ben van der Walt
Tel: +27 (0)12 743 2389

Technician in Training (TIT) Programme

After completing S4 (theoretical component), engineering students studying through the Universities of Technology require successful completion of compulsory Practical Training (P1 & P2) in order to obtain a National Diploma (ND) qualification in their chosen engineering disciplines. These graduate bursars may then be offered permanent employment upon obtaining their ND qualification.

These students get allocated to the business and provided a further 18 months structured on the job exposure, with coaching and mentoring support ensuring consolidation of theory and practical. The individual’s development progress is assessed at 6 monthly intervals and appropriate salary adjustments effected in line with successful progression.

Technician in Training (TIT) Programme

Description:

Structured Workplace Programme

Minimum Requirements:

National Diploma in Identified Disciplines

Contact Person:

Ben van der Walt
Tel: +27 (0)12 743 2389

Graduate in Training (GIT) Programme

Graduate trainees are sourced from universities, either by visiting the universities or advertising through appropriate channels. The purpose of the (GIT) programme is to afford the young professionals work exposure in their field of study. TE runs GIT programmes in disciplines such as Supply Chain and Logistics, Procurement, Human Resources and Finance. GIT numbers are dependent on the needs of a particular department. GIT is a 24 month structured programme during which time the individuals are assessed at regular intervals. Placement at the end of the programme is dependent on vacancies and the performance of the individual.

Graduate in Training (GIT) Programme

Description:

Structured Workplace Programme

Minimum Requirements:

National Diploma or Degree in Identified Disciplines

Contact Person:

Ben van der Walt
Tel: +27 (0)12 743 2389

TechnoGirl Programme

This programme spans a maximum of 4 years, divided into 3 one week school holiday placements. The programme is open to school girls aged 15 – 18. Placement is driven by available opportunities for exposure and Department of Education in partnership with UWESO they conduct the recruitment and placement of the learners within Transnet Engineering.

TechnoGirl Programme

Description:

Structured Workplace Programme

Minimum Requirements:

Grade 8

Contact Person:

Johannes Mangqu
Tel: +27 (0)12 842 6427

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