Occupational directed skills programmes are created with industry subject matter inputs, from a full occupational qualification registered on the occupational qualification sub-framework in South Africa’s national qualifications framework. Learners can also claim credits towards the occupational qualification. The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) is the custodian of the occupational skills programs.
Motor industry occupational skills programs are ready for use and are listed below. These programmes are linked to the National Qualification Framework (NQF) levels and have credit allocation and documentation accessible on the QCTO website:
-Wheel Balancer SP-191209
-Workshop Tool Assistant SP-191207
-Shielded Metal Arc Welder SP-191208
-Computer and Digital Support Assistant SP-191222
(There are also new skills programmes which are being developed and will be published on this website soon)
Click on this link to open the Occupational Skills Programme Guide: https://www.qcto.org.za/skills-programmes.html
For a suitable Skills Development Provider (SDP), also known as training centre, one can consider your local public Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College and/or private provider.
Skills Development Providers, both public and private, need to get accredited to deliver the program.
For further information and moving your local public Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College and/or private provider along to deliver any of these programmes or other occupation-related programmes, feel free to engage Sifiso Mkhonza firstname.lastname@example.org at the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations.