Comprehensive Boilermaking

Comprehensive Boilermaking Course Information


R32 500.00

Time to Complete

9 Weeks

A boilermaker is a tradesperson who manufactures, installs and maintains boilers, tanks and vats. Boilers heat the liquid, usually water, that is used to generate electric power or provide heat to buildings, factories or ships. Tanks and vats are storage containers that hold chemicals, oil and other liquids.

  • Module 1: Monitoring Safety and Equipment

  • Module 2: Engineering Materials
  • Module 3: Interpret Structural Steel Drawings and welding symbols
  • Module 4: Engineering Tools
  • Module 5: Power Machinery
  • Module 6: Oxy Fuel Gas Cutting
  • Module 7: Triangulation Method to develop a hopper
  • Module 8: Parallel method to develop a square pipe
  • Module 9: Construction Layout

This is a practical course and the modules will be done in a fully equipped workshop.

  • Lunch
  • Learning material
  • Facilitation
  • SETA Learner uploading
  • SETA Learner registration
  • Internal assessment
  • Internal moderation
  • Internal Certification
  • This is a full time course: 45 working days (9 Weeks)
  • Monday – Friday
  • Time: 09:00 – 15:30 Everyday

If what you have learned at work, from other programs, courses, from life experience or training provided at work is relevant to this program, you may be entitled to gain subject credits or exemptions.  A RPL (Recognition of prior learning) process is available for recognition and assessment of your skills. Relevant credits will be passed.

On completion of this course the student will earn the following:

  • AITF Certificate of Completion and AITF Statement of Results
  • The course content is SAQA unit standard aligned
Registration on SETA National Learner Data Base and SETA statement of results only subject to certain terms & conditions;

AITF certificate of results for the following unit aligned content;

  • 243075 – Draw and interpret simple, plate pipe and structural steel plate, pipe and structural steel drawings
  • 116520 – Apply safety, health and environmental principles and procedures in a workplace
  • 243067 – Cut materials using the oxy-fuel gas cutting process
  • 12240 – Form and shape sheetmetal using hand and power tools
  • 12253 – Cut, drill and punch, assemble and mechanically join structural steel work
  • 12252 – Develop and fabricate from complex drawings

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