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					 COMPANY PROFILE
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COURSE INFORMATION




CONTACT DETAILS  :(013) 246 8640       Fax :(013) 246 8679
                  info@mmti.co.za
             www.mmtitrainingcentre.co.za
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                            TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction                                                                          7


MMTI                                                                                  7


Description of Product                                                                8


Professional Services                                                                9


MMTI– The Training Provider                                                         10


Our Vision, Mission, Purpose and Philosophy                                         11


Evidence of Capacity to Deliver Service                                             12


Relationships / Partnerships                                                        12


Evidence of Commitment to Bee                                                       13


Assessment Systems                                                                  13


Contact Details                                                                     14




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MMTI Course Prospectus LOPT & Mobile Equipment                                                    15

   Forklift Truck                                                                                 16

   Rough Terrain Forklift                                                                         17

   Truck Mounted Crane (HIAB)                                                                     18

   Overhead Crane                                                                                 19

   Excavator                                                                                      20

   Loader Backhoe (TLB)                                                                           21

   Operate a pendant controlled overhead crane                                                    22

   Skid Steer (Bobcat)                                                                            23

   Front End Loader (FEL)                                                                         24

   Motor Grader                                                                                   25

   Locomotive Operator                                                                            26

   Articulated Hauler Dumper (ADT)                                                                27

   Tractor                                                                                        28

   Basic Rigging                                                                                  29

   Basic Slinging                                                                                 30

   Brock Machine with Hammer Attachment Manitou                                                   31

   Telescopic Handler                                                                             32

   Mobile Arial Work Platform                                                                     33

   Mobile Crane                                                                                   34




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      MMTI Course Prospectus SHEQ Training                                                      35


National Certificate: Occupational Safety, Hygiene and Environment (NQF Level 2)               36-38

National Certificate: Occupational Hygiene and Safety (NQF Level 3)                            39-40

Further Education and Training Certificate: Occupational Hygiene and Safety
(NQF Level4)                                                                                   41-42

BA Set Training                                                                                43

SHE Training                                                                                   44

Hygiene Training                                                                               45

Environmental Training                                                                         46

Legal Liability- (Supervisors)                                                                 47

Hazardous Chemical Substances                                                                  48

Confined Space Entry                                                                           49

Advanced Health & Safety                                                                       50

SHE Representative                                                                             51

HIRA (Risk Management Operators)                                                               52

Stacking and Storage                                                                           53

Safe Use of Safety Belt and Harnesses                                                          54

Safe Use Of Ladders                                                                            55

Advanced Fire Fighting                                                                         56

Basic Fire Fighting                                                                            57

Accident / Incident Investigation                                                              58

Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (HIRA)                                                 59

Job Safety Analysis                                                                            60




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     MMTI Course Prospectus Process Training                                                  61

National Certificate: Metals Production (NQF Level 2)                                         62-63

National Certificate: Metals Production (NQF Level 3)                                         64-65

National Certificate; Metals Production (NQF Level 4)                                         66-67

Metals Production Skills Programme                                                            68

Separate Training Modules For A Production Process                                            69

Smelter Operations, Operate A Gas Cleaning System                                             70

Smelter Operations, Inspecting Furnace Equipment And Monitoring Auxiliaries                   71

Smelter Operations, Controlling The Slipping Of Electrodes To maintain
Electrode Lengths                                                                             72

Smelter Operations, Controlling The Furnace Cooling System                                    73

Smelter Operations, Controlling Electrical Operation Of The Furnace
To Smelt The Burden Efficiently                                                               74

Smelter Operations, Prepare Casting Equipment                                                 75

Smelter Operations, Prepare A Ladle                                                           76

Smelter Operations, Handling Molten Material                                                  77

Smelter Operations, Controlling The Proportions Of Raw Materials Required
For The Smelting Process                                                                      78

Smelter Operations, Control Solid Paste Level To Compensate For
Electrode Consumption                                                                         79

Smelter Operations, Charging And Stoking The Furnace In Order To Obtain
The Desired Operating Condition                                                               80

Smelter Operations, Casting Molten Metal                                                      81

Smelter Operations, Prepare The Tap Floor                                                     82

Smelter Operations, Opening At Tap-hole By Means Of A Tap-hole drill                          83

Smelter Operations, Tapping A Furnace By Means Of Lancing                                     84

Smelter Operations, Tap Furnace To Recover The Melted Product                                 85

Smelter Operations, Closing the Tap Hole By Means Of a Mud gun                                86

Smelter Operations, Maintain the Tap Hole                                                     87




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        MMTI Course Prospectus Engineering Training                                              89
  Fitter And Turner (Apprenticeship)                                                             90-91

  Fitter (Apprenticeship)                                                                        92-93

  Turner (Apprenticeship)                                                                        94-95

  Boilermaker (Apprenticeship)                                                                   96-97

  Electrical (Apprenticeship)                                                                    98-99

  Instrumentation (Apprenticeship)                                                               100-101

  Welding (Apprenticeship)                                                                       102-103

  Trade Related Service                                                                          103


MMTI Course Prospectus General Training                                                          104
   Report Writing                                                                                105

   Problem Solving & Decision Making                                                             106

   People Problem Solving & Decision Making                                                      107

   Analytic Thinking Skills (Root Cause Analysis)                                                108

   First Line Trouble-shooter                                                                    109

   Practical Mentoring And Coaching Skills                                                       110

   Practical Project Management                                                                  111

   Computer Training                                                                             112

   Generic Supervisory Training                                                                  113

   HIV / AIDS Workshop                                                                           114

   First Aid Level 1                                                                             115




       Service Providing ABET                                                                    116


Service Providing School Project                                                                 119




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1.   INTRODUCTION

     One of the most exciting challenges facing the country today is that of finding ways and means
     of upgrading the skills of the population in general, and the skills of those people who lack formal
     educational qualifications in particular. Ways must be examined in which training can contribute
     towards upgrading skills, improve safety, quality, production performances and competitiveness.
     To provide these skills MMTI has a vital role to play.


2. MMTI TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE

     MMTI (Metal Mining Training Interventions) Training Centre, previously known as
     MCD Training Centre, which started operating as an independent private organization on
     January 2000, owes its existence to the selling of the MCD Middelburg branch
     to MMTI (PTY) Ltd.

     This Branch was established in 2004 to service the Samancor group in Middelburg. An
     Engineering Training Centre was established on the premises of Samancor Chrome and
     managed by MCD, now MMTI (Pty) Ltd.

     With its facilities and staff remaining unchanged, the centre is able to continue its proud training
     tradition.



     DIRECTORS/SHAREHOLDERS
     DJH Jansen Van Vuuren
     N Pillay




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3. DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT

  A. TECHNICAL TRAINING:

     MMTI provides training material, which is of outstanding quality and complies with the
     relevant MERSETA unit standards. Training material was developed to provide training for
     the lower skill levels (an entrance level 1 to NQF 2) up to artisan level (NQF level 4) in the
     various trades.

     MMTI currently provides technical training in the following trades:

        Electrical
        Fitting
        Welding
        Fitting and Turning
        Boilermaking
        Turning
        Rigging
        Instrumentation

     The products we are providing you with are all accredited with the MERSETA (accreditation
     no: 17-QA/ACC/0471/10), and MQA (awaiting accreditation no . MMTI is accredited as a
     provider of Education and Training for the Training of Learners in the above-mentioned
     trades. Our training program is very flexible and can be altered to suit customer specific
     needs, e.g. Hydraulic, Pneumatic, PLC, House wiring courses, etc. The minimum entry
     requirements will be at least ABET level 3 (literacy and numeracy) for all training.

     We are very proud to announce that MMTI is accredited (Accreditation no. DAC/0024/03) as:
     a Provider of Education and Training for the Training and Conducting of Summative
     Assessments (Trade Testing) of learners in the above-mentioned trades. Thus, all trade test
     assessments in the future can be done at MMTI. (Attached find copies of relevant
     certificates.)

     All our training officers are highly competent and registered as Assessors.


  B. LIFTING OPERATOR TRAINING:

     MMTI currently provides accredited (accreditation no. TA0006/89) Lifting Operator Training
     in the following fields:

        Forklift trucks                         Codes 1 – 3 & 11
        Overhead cranes                         Codes 30 - 31
        Mobile cranes                           Code 32
        Truck mounted cranes                    Codes 33 – 40 & 43

     MMTI has been accredited as a Training Centre for the Lifting Machine Operators in
     accordance with Government Gazette Notice 834 of 1992 published on 18 September 1992.
     As authorized by the Chief Inspector of Occupational Health and Safety, Department of
     Labour. (Attached find copy of certificate).

     We are very proud to announce that all our training instructors are highly competent and
     professional.

     Accredited with the TETA (Transport Education Training Authority)

     MMTI is ISO 9001:2008 certified since 7 May 2010




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C.    MOBILE EQUIPMENT TRAINING:

      MMTI currently provides Training in the following fields:

        Earth moving equipment
        Tractors
        Front end loaders
        Backhoe
        Bob cat


      MMTI is not accredited in any of the above fields yet, as no accreditations are available in
      these fields yet. As soon as these unit standards are registered with SAQA, then MMTi will
      obtain accreditation.

D.    ADDITIONAL TRAINING:

      Specialized training can be done or arrange and co-ordinate training in various fields e.g.

        Metals Production NQF level 2 – 4
        Plant Logistics
        Pelletizer Plant Operation
        Production Power Plant (Generation)
        First Aid
        Fire Fighting
        Risk Assessment
        Safety representative
        Safe use of harnesses
        Safe use of ladders
        Stacking and Storage
        Problem solving
        Supervisory courses
        Process related training
        Workplace Skills Plans compilation and submission
        ABET Training
        HIV/Aids Awareness training, etc.



4. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

      MMTI provides professional services to the newly born artisan as well as to the mature
      artisan. Through evaluation (RPL), we can determine on which NQF level the learner should
      start or which shortfalls the learner/artisan has and give special training to fill these gaps.
      Training in these skill gaps can then be presented to bring the learner/artisan up to the
      desired level of competence.

      When training in special fields or skills are needed, we can provide the necessary training or
      arrange training at suitable institutions in respect of specific training courses not offered by
      MMTI.




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5. MMTI- THE TRAINING PROVIDER

   The following companies are just a few of our satisfied customers:



     Samancor Ltd– Tubatse Ferro Chrome
     Samancor Ltd – MFC
     Samancor Ltd – Ferro Metals
     Invensil SA Silicon Smelters (Polokwane)
     Trans Alloy‟s
     Eskom Hendrina Power Station (Middelburg)
     Eskom Kendal (Witbank)
     Eskom Majuba (Volksrust)
     Calderys SA
     Vereeniging Refractories
     Assmang Chrome (Machadadorp)
     Eastern Chrome Mines (Steelpoort)
     MMC (Manganese Metals Company) Nelspruit
     Columbus Stainless Steel (Middelburg)
     TATA Steel (Richardsbaai)
     Lonmin
     Kusile Joint Ventures
     Kusile Civil Works
     Parson‟s Engineering Services
     Fraser Alexander Bulk Mech
     B&W Instrumentation Contractors
     Assmang Cato Ridge




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6. OUR VISION, VALUES, MISSION, PURPOSE AND PHILOSOPHY

   Vision

   “Closing the Gap”

   Values

    Integrity
    Honesty
    Transparency
    Quality
    Excellence
    Service


   Mission

   To provide all our stakeholders with excellent training solutions and support through
   quality and flexible training interventions, while sustaining the highest business ethics.


   Mission Purpose

   MMTI wishes to Operate as an Essential Part of Our Business Partners Operations. We Aim
   To Do This Through Fostering Strategic Alliances Through The Provision Of High-Class, Low
   Cost Skill Training, To Ensure A Win-Win Situation For All.

   Training Philosophy

   We believe,

    In the development of all learners on an equal basis regardless of sex, age or race.


    We have a responsibility to provide expertise and opportunity to educate and develop our
   learners in a practical and viable way.


    Our training methods and processes are fair, valid, reliable and transparent.


    Each learner deserves the opportunity and resources to receive job-related and outcome
      based training to enable him/her to do his/her job.


    MMTI acts as a technical training provider, gives direction, establishes policies and provides
      Specialized training to all it‟s clients.




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7. EVIDENCE OF CAPACITY TO DELIVER SERVICE:

   MMTI is a fully equipped training facility with all the necessary equipment to train learners
   according to the prescriptions from the MERSETA, the industry and the mining sector.

   The company has a staff complement of 56. In our first year of operation, the staff compliment
                      nd
   was 5, during the 2 year 18 were employed and presently there are 56 employees.

   The training centre can easily accommodate 400 learners in the four technical training
   departments, e.g. Electrical, Mechanical, Rigging, Boilermaking and Welding. Highly skilled
   training officers facilitate and present quality training in these departments.

   There are four training officers in each department, which represent a facilitator / learner ratio of
   1:15. This ratio is very healthy, which ensures personalized and manageable attention to the
   learner. Individual attention is of the utmost importance and MMTI is very proud about our
   commitment towards personalized attention.

   For other training disciplines lecture rooms are available on site. Practical training areas and
   equipment is available on our site. This type of training is not bound to our premises most of the
   time training is arranged at the customer‟s premises. Thus, learner quantities have no effect on
   the facilities available at MMTI.

   MMTI has a fully operational administration department. This department consists out of a
   receptionist, accounts clerks, Admin manager and training administrators. Our bookkeeping
   system is very well structured; user friendly and payments are done via electronic bank
   transfers.

   Accommodation can be arranged at Guest Houses in the community. Bus and / or taxi transport
   is available on site for easy transportation of learners.

   Canteen facilities are available at the Red Pepper canteen (privately owned), which is on the
   premises of the Training Centre.


8. RELATIONSHIPS / PARTNERSHIPS:

   MMTI always strives to build steady and healthy relationships with all role players, e.g. the
   employer, Seta‟s and other key institutions.

   MMTI is currently accredited by the MERSETA as a provider in training and education and
   summative assessments. MMTI has obtained two Memorandums of Understanding (MoU)
   between the MERSETA, TETA, ESETA and the MQA.

   Relationships and partnerships are vital for the type of business we run. Building strong and
   solid relationships makes us very competitive and aggressive in the training market.

   As our mission states; “We will strive to ensure a Win-Win situation for all”




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9. EVIDENCE OF COMMITMENT TO BEE:


  We commit ourselves to adhere to the conditions stipulated in the Basic Conditions of
  Employment Act.

  Although we are not reckoned as a “designated employer” we will commit ourselves to:

       Promote equal opportunity and fair treatment in employment through elimination of unfair
        Discrimination,

       Implementing positive measures to redress the disadvantages in employment experienced
        by black people, women and people with disabilities, in order to ensure their equitable
        representation in occupational categories and levels in our workforce.



10. ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS:


  All learners are subjected to an evaluation test (RPL) to determine their entry level and gaps and
  to fill these gaps by means of appropriate training. Learners who shows competency in some
  areas of the RPL assessment, will receive the necessary credits for them.

  During training courses, the learner will assess him / herself through completing a self test(s) at
  the end of each chapter or at the end of a module.

  After completing the self-test, the learner will have the opportunity to show his / her competence
  in a written test.

  After successfully completing his / her written test, the learner will be shown by the instructor the
  practical part of the specific module. The learner will be shown the correct, safe and prescribed
  methods by demonstrating it to him / her. The learner will, after observing and practicing the
  practical task, demonstrate his practical knowledge where the instructor will observe his/her
  progress and abilities.

  After all the necessary assessments have been done, the theoretical and practical tests are filed
  and the results are recorded in the learner‟s portfolio. In some cases photographs are taken on
  tasks during the assessment, which will serve, as evidence in the learner‟s portfolio of evidence
  and a training report will be mailed to the client for record keeping purposes.

  Learners will have the opportunity to re-write an assessment 3 times, if the learner still cannot
  master competency in that specific assessment a decision will be made with all parties involved,
  on whether the student may continue or not.


  Our assessment processes are fair, valid, reliable and transparent. It is this method of
  assessment that ensures our success as a training provider. New legislation forces us to do
  assessments according to NQF standards.




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11. CONTACT DETAILS:

      Premises of Samancor – Middelburg                 Industrial Area Celsius Street 9A - Middelburg
      MMTI (PTY) Ltd                                    MMTI (PTY) Ltd
      Post net Suite 204                                Post net Suite 204
      P. Bag x1866                                      P. Bag x 1866
      Middelburg                                        Middelburg
      1050                                              1050

      Tel: (013) 249 4448    Fax: (013) 249 4698         Tel: (013) 246 8640
                                                               (013) 246 8642 Fax: 086 634 0838

      Contact persons:                            e-mail: info@mmti.co.za

      Marketer
                 Thinus Van Staden           -     Marketer
                 Cell:                        -   076 982 9435
                 Office no:                  -    (013) 246 8642
                 E-Mail:                     -    vanstaden.thinus@mmti.co.za


      Operations Manager
                Vic Loubser              -        Operations Manager
                Cell:                    -        082 854 6092
                Office Tel:              -        (013) 246 8640
                E-Mail:                  -        loubser.vic@mmti.co.za


      Enquiries regarding bookings and scheduling:
                 Hanlie Booysen      -      Scheduler/Administrator
                 Office Tel:         -      (013) 249 4447
                 E-Mail:             -      hanlie.booysen@samancorcr.com

      ALTERNATIVELY – use the following e-mail address:             info@mmti.co.za




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             LIFTING OPERATOR TRAINING &
              MOBILE EQUIPMENT TRAINING




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                                             FORKLIFT TRUCK
Introduction: This program was developed to train the Operator to be able
to operate the Forklift correctly and safely and to understand the functions,
as prescribed by the National Code of Practise – OSH Act, 1993 Act No. 85,
Driven Machine Regulation 18 (11)
SAQA unit standard ID number – 242974                                                Maximum of 4 operators per
                                                                                     course

Target group:                            Certification:                                                          Duration:
                                                                                                                 Novice
All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate
artisan‟s as required per production        2 re-writes allowed per module.                                     2 Days
needs, without previous certification       Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                        Theory
Entry level requirements:                    Competent                                                           3 Days
                                                                                                                 Practical
   Minimum Numeracy and                                                                                         Re-test:
    Literacy ABET 4 / NQF 1 or,          If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
                                         issued, valid for two years.                                            1 Day
    Grade 9
   RPL On Forklift                      License Code 1 – 3

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
              Novice/Experienced                    Duration                         Re-Test                    Duration:

    The Legal and specified requirements                            The Legal and specified
     pertaining the transfer of goods and                             requirements pertaining the
                                                    2 Days                                                      1 Day
     materials by means of a forklift. (OHSA,                         transfer of goods and materials by
                                                    Theory                                                      Practical
     1993 and Driven Machinery regulation                             means of a forklift. (OHSA, 1993
     18)                                                              and Driven Machinery regulation
                                                                      18)
    The hazards and associated risks,
                                                    3 Days
     pertaining to Forklift operation,                               The hazards and associated risks,
                                                    Practical
     identified through specified risk                                pertaining to Forklift operation,
     assessment procedures.                                           identified through specified risk
                                                                      assessment procedures.
    The principal components of the forklift
     and their functions. Mechanical                                 The principal components of the
     Appreciation and refuelling.                                     forklift and their functions.
                                                                      Mechanical Appreciation and
    The specified operating parameters and                           refuelling.
     control methods per training the forklift
     operations. Pre-trip, Operational and                           The specified operating
     close down inspections.                                          parameters and control methods
                                                                      per training the forklift operations.
                                                                      Pre-trip, Operational and close
    The specified factors affecting the                              down inspections.
     optimum performance of the Forklift.
     Safety and Manoeuvring.                                         The specified factors affecting the
                                                                      optimum performance of the
    The specified actions to be taken,                               Forklift. Safety and Manoeuvring.
     should sub-standard conditions and
     problems pertaining to the forklift                             The specified actions to be taken,
     operation be encountered.                                        should sub-standard conditions
                                                                      and problems pertaining to the
    The specified elementary principles of                           forklift operation be encountered.
     the Forklift stacking process.
                                                                     The specified elementary
                                                                      principles of the Forklift stacking
                                                                      process. Theory - 4 Hours
                                                                     Practical assessment - 1 hour per
                                                                      candidate
                                                   5 Days                                                       1 Day

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                                  ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide the learner
with adequate knowledge and skills to operate the Rough Terrain Forklift
safely, according to pre-set standards, and to understand the principles of
operation.

                                                                                      Maximum 4 operators per
SAQA unit standard ID number – 260762                                                 course
Code 1-3

Target group:                             Certification:                                                          Duration:
Production operators
                                             Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                             2 Days
Entry Requirements:                          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                        Theory
    Minimum Literacy and                     Competent                                                           3 Days
       Numeracy ABET4/NQF 1 or               2 re-writes allowed per module                                      Practical
       Grade 9
    RPL On Rough Terrain
       Forklift                           If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
                                          issued, valid for two years.
                                          License Code 11

                                                   COURSE OUTLINE
                                                   Duration                                                      Duration:

           Novice/Experienced                                                       Re-test

   Safety Rules                                                     Safety Rules

   Mechanical Appreciation                                          Mechanical Appreciation                    1 Day
                                                  2 Days                                                         Practical
                                                  Theory
   Operation of Controls                                            Operation of Controls

   Machine Components                                               Pre-start Checks
                                                  3 Days
                                                  Practical
   Pre-start Checks                                                 Start-up Checks

   Start-up Checks                                                  Shut down Checks

   Shut down Checks                                                 Principles of Operation

   Principles of Operation                                           Refuelling

   Refuelling                                                        Manoeuvring and Obstacle Course

   Manoeuvring and Obstacle Course                                   Confined Gangway Stacking

   Confined Gangway Stacking                                        Recognising Loads

   Recognising Loads                                                Loading and Off Loading

   Loading and Off Loading


                                                  5 Days                                                         1 Day




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                          TRUCK MOUNTED CRANE (HIAB)
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide the learner with
adequate technical knowledge and skills, to operate the Truck Mounted Crane
safely, according to pre-set standards and to understand the principles of
operation.

SAQA unit standard ID number – 242978
                                                                                           Maximum
Code 32
                                                                                           4 Trainees

Target group:                           Certification:                                                     Duration:
Production and Maintenance
operators                                   Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                       2 Days
                                            2 re-writes allowed per module                                Theory
                                            Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                  3 Days
                                             Competent                                                     Practical
                                        If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
                                        issued, valid for two years Code 32

Entry Requirements:
    Minimum Literacy and
     Numeracy ABET4/NQF 1 or
     Code 10 Licence Grade 9
    RPL on (HIAB)
                                               COURSE OUTLINE
             Novice/Experienced                  Duration                        Re-test                   Duration:

   The hazards and associated risks                               The hazards and associated
    related to Truck Mounted Crane                                  risks related to Truck Mounted
                                                  2 Days
    operations, identified through specified                        Crane operations, identified
                                                  Theory                                                   1 Day
    risk assessment procedures and the                              through specified risk
                                                                                                           Practical
    actions to be taken should they be                              assessment procedures and
    encountered.                                                    the actions to be taken should
                                                                    they be encountered.
   Components, systems and controls of
    the Truck Mounted crane and their                              Components, systems and
    functions                                                       controls of the Truck Mounted
                                                                    crane and their functions
   Pre Operational Inspection
                                                                   Pre Operational Inspection
   The specified operating parameters and
    control methods and the consequences                           The specified operating
    of not adhering to these.                                       parameters and control
                                                                    methods and the
   Slinging of Loads                                               consequences of not adhering
                                                  3 Days
                                                                    to these.
                                                  Practical
   Lifting and Transporting Loads
                                                                   Slinging of Loads
   Shut down procedure
                                                                   Lifting and Transporting Loads

                                                                   Shut down procedure



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            OPERATE A CAB CONTROLLED OVERHEAD CRANE
Introduction: This program was developed to train the Operator to be able
to operate an Overhead crane correctly and safely and to understand the
functions, as prescribed by the National Code of Practise – OSH Act, 1993
Act No. 85, Driven Machine Regulation 18 (11)

                                                                                     Maximum of 4 operators per
SAQA unit standard ID number – 116231                                                course
Target group:                            Certification:                                                           Duration:
All relevant production employees,        Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate
artisan‟s as required per production      Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent                 2 Days
needs, without previous certification     2 re-writes allowed per module                                         Theory

                                                                                                                  3 Days
                                         If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
Entry level requirements:                                                                                         Practical
                                         issued, valid for two years.
   Minimum Numeracy and                 License Code 31 – Cabin control
                                                                                                                  Re-test:
    Literacy ABET 4 / NQF 1 or,
    Grade 9                                                                                                       1 Day
   RPL On Cab Controlled O/C
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
           Novice/Experienced                     Duration                         Re-test                        Duration:

                                                                   The Legal and specified requirements
   The Legal and specified requirements                            pertaining to a safe, healthy work
    pertaining to a safe, healthy work                              environment in the handling of a load         1 Day
                                                   2 Days                                                         Practical
    environment in the handling of a load                           and the consequences of not
                                                   Theory
    and the consequences of not adhering                            adhering to standards. (PPE, Risk
    to standards. (PPE, Risk assessment                             assessment and Pre start checks,
                                                 3 Days
    and Pre start checks, operational                               operational checks and shut down
                                                  Practical
    checks and shut down checks)                                    checks)

   The importance of handling a load in                           The importance of handling a load in
    terms of achieving specified                                    terms of achieving specified
    production, up and down stream                                  production, up and down stream
    operational requirements.                                       operational requirements.

   The specified principal components of                          The specified principal components of
    the Overhead crane, their functions                             the Overhead crane, their functions
    and safety devices.                                             and safety devices.

   The specified communication                                    The specified communication
    requirements pertaining to the handling                         requirements pertaining to the
    of a load and the consequences of                               handling of a load and the
    non-compliances. (Different hand                                consequences of non-compliances.
    signals)                                                        (Different hand signals)

   The specified actions to be taken                              The specified actions to be taken
    should sub-standard conditions and                              should sub-standard conditions and
    problems be encountered. ( Method                               problems be encountered. ( Method
    used to stop a swinging load)                                   used to stop a swinging load)

   The specified operating parameters,                            The specified operating parameters,
    control methods and the consequences                            control methods and the
    of not adhering to these. (Lock-out,                            consequences of not adhering to
    Slings & Lifting equipment)                                     these. (Lock-out, Slings & Lifting
                                                                    equipment)

                                                 5 Days                                                           1 Day

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                                                 EXCAVATOR
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide the learner
with adequate knowledge and skills to operate the excavator safely and
according to operating standards:
SAQA unit standard ID number – 262744
                                                                                     Maximum 4 operators per course

Target group:                            Certification:                                                           Duration:

   Minimum Literacy and                    Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                              1Day
    Numeracy ABET4/                         Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent               Theory
   NQF 1 or RPL                            2 re-writes allowed per module                                       2 Days
                                                                                                                  Practical
Entry Level requirements.
                                         If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
                                                                                                                  Re-test
   Minimum Literacy and                 issued, valid for two years.
    Numeracy ABET 4/ NQF 1 or,
    Grade 9                                                                                                       1 Day
   RPL On Excavator
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
              Novice/Experience                   Duration                           Re-test                      Duration:

   Legal and specified requirements                               Legal and specified requirements
    pertaining safe, healthy work                                   pertaining safe, healthy work
    environment in the excavation process                           environment in the excavation process
    and the consequences of not adhering                            and the consequences of not adhering
                                                                                                                  1 Day
    to that. (OHS Act, 1993, General                                to that. (OHS Act, 1993, General
                                                 1 Day
    Machinery regulations, 1988)                                    Machinery Regulations, 1988)
                                                 Theory
                                                                   The hazards and associated risks
                                                 2 Days
   The hazards and associated risks                                pertaining the excavation process,
                                                 Practical
    pertaining the excavation process,                              identified through specific risk
    identified through specific risk                                assessment procedures and the
    assessment procedures and the actions                           actions to be taken should they be
    to be taken should they be                                      encountered.
    encountered.
                                                                   Principle components, systems,
   Principle components, systems,                                  controls and their functions.
    controls and their functions.

                                                                   The specified factors affecting the
   The specified factors affecting the                             optimum performance of the
    optimum performance of the Excavator                            Excavator and actions to be taken,
    and actions to be taken, should sub-                            should sub-standard conditions and
    standard conditions and problems be                             problems be encountered.
    encountered.
                                                                   Pre-start operation
   Pre-start operation
                                                                   Start-up procedures
   Start-up procedures
                                                                   Operate a Excavator
   Operate a Excavator
                                                                   Load Haul trucks
   Load Haul trucks
                                                                   Shut down procedures
   Shut down procedures


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                          TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOE (TLB)
Introduction: A training course developed to provide the learner with adequate
knowledge to:
Enable the operator to operate the TLB correctly, safely and to understand the           Maximum 4 operators per
function.                                                                                course.
SAQA unit standard ID number – 116333
Target group:                            Certification:                                                           Duration:
All relevant production employees,        Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                                2 Days
artisan‟s as required per production      Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent                 Theory
needs, without previous certification     2 re-writes allowed per module                                         1 Day
                                         If competent a certificate and ID card license will be                   Practical
 Entry requirements:                     issued, valid for two years.
  Minimum literacy and numeracy
                                                                                                                  Re-test:
   ABET 4/NQF
 RPL on TLB                                                                                                      1 Day

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
           Novice/Experienced                     Duration                         Re-test                        Duration:

   Legal and specified requirements                               Legal and specified requirements
    pertaining to a safe, healthy work                              pertaining to a safe, healthy work
                                                   1 Day
    environment in the excavation and                               environment in the excavation and
                                                   Theory
    rock-breaking process.(OHSA,                                    rock-breaking process.(OHSA,
                                                                                                                  1 Day
    1993,General Machinery regulations,)                            1993,General Machinery regulations,)
                                                  2 Days
   Hazards and associated risks,                                  Hazards and associated risks,
                                                  Practical
    pertaining to the excavation and rock-                          pertaining to the excavation and rock-
    breaking processes.                                             breaking processes.
                                                  Optional
   The principal operation controls and                           The principal operation controls and
                                                  1 x Day
    components of the TLB and their                                 components of the TLB and their
                                                  Assess-
    functions.                                                      functions.
                                                  ment on
   The specified operating parameters and                         The specified operating parameters
                                                   the job
    control methods for excavating, loading                         and control methods for excavating,
    and dumping operations (Pre-start                               loading and dumping operations (Pre-
    check, Preparing the machine for travel,                        start check, Preparing the machine for
    using the attachments and safe                                  travel, using the attachments and safe
    workloads)                                                      workloads)
   The specified operating parameters and                         The specified operating parameters
    control methods for rock breaking                               and control methods for rock breaking
    operations.                                                     operations.
   The specified factors affecting the                            The specified factors affecting the
    optimum performance of the TLB                                  optimum performance of the TLB
   The specified actions to be taken,                             The specified actions to be taken,
    should sub-standard conditions and                              should sub-standard conditions and
    problems be                                                     problems be encountered.
   Encountered.                                                   Conducting a visual and operational
   Conducting a visual and operational                             pre-use inspection in order to identify
    pre-use inspection in order to identify                         equipment defects that may impair
    equipment defects that may impair                               production or cause damage to
    production or cause damage to                                   equipment or injury to people
    equipment or injury to people                                  Starting-up the TLB in accordance
   Starting-up the TLB in accordance with                          with specified requirements
    specified requirements.                                        Driving to the work area and
   Driving to the work area and performing                         performing loading and dumping
    loading and dumping operations                                  operations according to specified
    according to specified requirements.                            requirements. (Performance,
    (Performance, addressing hazards and                            addressing hazards and defects)
    defects)                                                       Park and Shutting down the TLB
   Park and Shutting down the TLB                                  according to specified requirements
    according to specified requirements
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       OPERATE A PENDANT CONTROLLED OVERHEAD CRANE
Introduction: This program was developed to train the Operator to be able
to operate an Overhead crane correctly and safely and to understand the
functions, as prescribed by the National Code of Practise – OSH Act, 1993
Act No. 85, Driven Machine Regulation 18 (11)

                                                                                     Maximum of 4 operators per
SAQA unit standard ID number – 116235                                                course
Target group:                            Certification:                                                           Duration:
All relevant production employees,        Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate
artisan‟s as required per production      Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent                 2 Days
needs, without previous certification     2 re-writes allowed per module                                         Theory
                                                                                                                  3 Days
                                                                                                                  Practical
                                         If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
Entry level requirements:
                                         issued, valid for two years.
 Minimum Numeracy and
                                                                                                                  Re-test:
   Literacy ABET 4 / NQF 1 or,           License Code 30 – Remote & Pendant control
   Grade 9                                                                                                        1 Day
 RPL On Pendant Controlled
   O/C
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
           Novice/Experienced                     Duration                         Re-test                        Duration:

                                                                   The Legal and specified requirements
   The Legal and specified requirements                            pertaining to a safe, healthy work
    pertaining to a safe, healthy work                              environment in the handling of a load
                                                   2 Days
    environment in the handling of a load                           and the consequences of not
                                                   Theory                                                         1 Day
    and the consequences of not adhering                            adhering to standards. (PPE, Risk             Practical
    to standards. (PPE, Risk assessment                             assessment and Pre start checks,
    and Pre start checks, operational                               operational checks and shut down
    checks and shut down checks)                                    checks)
                                                  3 Days
                                                  Practical
   The importance of handling a load in                           The importance of handling a load in
    terms of achieving specified                                    terms of achieving specified
    production, up and down stream                                  production, up and down stream
    operational requirements.                                       operational requirements.

   The specified principal components of                          The specified principal components of
    the Overhead crane, their functions                             the Overhead crane, their functions
    and safety devices.                                             and safety devices.

   The specified communication                                    The specified communication
    requirements pertaining to the handling                         requirements pertaining to the
    of a load and the consequences of                               handling of a load and the
    non-compliances. (Different hand                                consequences of non-compliances.
    signals)                                                        (Different hand signals)

   The specified actions to be taken                              The specified actions to be taken
    should sub-standard conditions and                              should sub-standard conditions and
    problems be encountered. ( Method                               problems be encountered. ( Method
    used to stop a swinging load)                                   used to stop a swinging load)

   The specified operating parameters,                            The specified operating parameters,
    control methods and the consequences                            control methods and the
    of not adhering to these. (Lock-out,                            consequences of not adhering to
    Slings & Lifting equipment)                                     these. (Lock-out, Slings & Lifting
                                                                    equipment)

                                                 5 Days                                                           1 Day

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                                       SKIDSTEER (BOBCAT)
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide the learner with
adequate knowledge and skills to operate the Bobcat safely, according to pre-set                         Maximum
standards and to understand the principles of operation.                                                 4 trainees

Target group:                             Certification:                                                         Duration:
Production operators                                                                                             2 Days
                                              Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           Theory
                                              Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                      3 Days
Minimum entry Requirements:                    Competent                                                         Practical
 Minimum Literacy and                     2 re-writes allowed per module
   Numeracy ABET4/NQF 1                   If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
   Grade 9                                issued, valid for two years
 RPL on Bobcat

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
             Novice/Experienced                    Duration                         Re-test                      Duration:

   Safety Rules (PPE, Risk assessments,                             Safety Rules (PPE, Risk
    OHS Act, 1993: 18.11)                                             assessments, OHS Act, 1993:
                                                    2 Days                                                       1 Day
                                                                      18.11)
                                                    Theory                                                       Practical
   Company Unit Standards and Sop‟s:
                                                                     Company Unit Standards and
   Following health and Safety practices in                          Sop‟s:
    the work environment.
                                                                     Following health and Safety
   HSEC SIR‟S                                                        practices in the work environment.

   FRCP SME                                                         HSEC SIR‟S

   The systems, gauges, instruments,                                FRCP SME
    controls, components and their
    functions.                                                       The systems, gauges, instruments,
                                                   3 Days
                                                                      controls and their functions.
                                                   practical
   Mechanical Appreciation
                                                                     Mechanical Appreciation
   Pre-start Checks (Log book, check lists)
                                                                     Pre-start Checks (Log book, check
   Start-up Checks                                                   lists)

   Shut down Checks                                                 Start-up Checks

   Principles of Operating (Load, unload,                           Shut down Checks
    level ground, digging, operating on
    slopes)                                                          Principles of Operating (Load,
                                                                      unload, level ground, digging,
   Refuelling                                                        operating on slopes)

   Attachments                                                       Refuelling

   Manoeuvring and Obstacle Course                                  Attachments

   Confined Spaces operating                                         Manoeuvring and Obstacle Course

   Theoretical and practical assessments                             Confined Spaces operating

                                                                     Theoretical and Practical
                                                                      assessments

                                                  5 Days                                                         1 Day

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                                          FRONT END LOADER
Introduction: This course is designed to train the learners in all aspects of
safety related to the operation of the Front End Loader and to provide an
understanding of the principles of operation.                                          Maximum 4 operators per course

      SAQA unit standard ID number – 116102
Target group:                             Certification:                                                          Duration:
All relevant production employees,                                                                                Novice
artisan‟s as required per production          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                            1 Day
needs, without previous certification         Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                       Theory
                                               Competent
Entry Level Requirements:                                                                                         2 Days
                                           2 re-writes allowed per module
                                                                                                                  Practical
                                          If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
   Literacy and Numeracy ABET            issued, valid for two years.                                            Re-test
    4,NQF 1                                                                                                       1 Day
   RPL, On FEL
COURSE OUTLINE
            Novice/Experienced                     Duration                         Re-test                       Duration:
                                                                    Legal and specified requirements
   Legal and specified requirements pertaining
                                                                     pertaining to a safe, healthy work
    to a safe, healthy work environment in the
                                                                     environment in the loading and dumping
    loading and dumping process.
                                                    1 Day            process.
   (OHS Act, 1993, General Machinery
                                                    Theory
                                                                     (OHS Act, 1993, General Machinery
    regulations,)
                                                   2 Days            regulations,)
   Hazards and associated risks, pertaining       Practical
                                                                    Hazards and associated risks, pertaining
    the Loading and dumping process.                                                                              1 Day
                                                                     the loading and dumping process.

   The principal components of the Front end     Optional
                                                   1 Day            The principal components of the Front
    Loader and their functions.
                                                                     end Loader and their functions.
   The specified operating parameters and
                                                  Assessm                                                         Theory 4
                                                  ent on the        The specified operating parameters and       Hours
    control methods and the consequences of
                                                      job            control methods and the consequences
    not adhering to these
                                                                     of not adhering to these                     Practical
   The specified factors affecting the optimum
                                                                                                                  assess
    performance of the Front end Loader.                            The specified factors affecting the
                                                                     optimum performance of the Front end
                                                                                                                  1 Hour per
   Specified actions to be taken, should sub-                                                                    person
    standard conditions and problems be                              Loader.
    encountered.                                                    Specified actions to be taken, should                     o   T
   Conducting a visual and operational pre-use                      sub-standard conditions and problems                          h
    inspection in order to identify equipment                        be encountered.                                               e
    defects that may impair production or cause                     Conducting a visual and operational pre-                      o
    damage to equipment or injury to people                          use inspection in order to identify                           r
   Starting-up the front end Loader in                              equipment defects that may impair                             y
    accordance with specified requirements                           production or cause damage to
                                                                     equipment or injury to people                                 -
   Driving to the work area and performing
    loading and dumping operations according                        Starting-up the front end Loader in
                                                                                                                                   4
    to specified requirements. (Performance,                         accordance with specified requirements
    addressing hazards and defects)                                                                                                H
                                                                    Driving to the work area and performing
   Park and Shutting down the Front End                                                                                           o
                                                                     loading and dumping operations
    Loader according to specific requirements.                                                                                     u
                                                                     according to specified requirements.
                                                                                                                                   r
                                                                     (Performance, addressing hazards and
                                                                                                                                   s
                                                                     defects)
                                                                    Park and Shutting down the Front End
                                                                     Loader according to specified
                                                                     requirements

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                                              MOTOR GRADER
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide the learner
with adequate knowledge and skills to operate the Motor Grader safely,              Maximum
according to pre-set standards and to understand the principles of
operation.                                                                          4 Trainees


Target group:                             Certification:                                                         Duration:
Production and Maintenance                                                                                       2 Days
operators                                    Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                            Theory
                                             2 re-writes allowed per module                                     1 Day
Entry Requirements:                          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent             Practical

   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET4/NQF 1                  If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
    Grade 9                               issued, valid for two years
   RPL On Motor Grader

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
             Novice/Experienced                   Duration                          Re-test                      Duration:

   The hazards and associated risks                              The hazards and associated risks
    pertaining to Grading processes,                               pertaining to Grading processes,
                                                   1 Day                                                         1 Day
    identified through specified risk                              identified through specified risk
                                                   Theory
    assessment procedures and the actions                          assessment procedures and the
    to be taken should they be                                     actions to be taken should they be
    encountered.                                                   encountered.

   The principal components, systems,                            The principal components, systems,
    and controls of the Grader and their                           and controls of the Grader and their
    functions. (Fault finding and                                  functions. (Fault finding and
    Maintenance)                                                   Maintenance)

   Pre-start Check                                               Pre-start Check

   Start and Stop Procedures                                     Start and Stop Procedures

   Shut down Procedures                                          Shut down Procedures

   The specified operating parameters and                        The specified operating parameters
    control methods and the consequences                           and control methods and the
    of not adhering to these.                                      consequences of not adhering to
                                                                   these.
   The specified factors affecting the
    optimum performance of the Motor                              The specified factors affecting the
    grader                                                         optimum performance of the Motor
                                                  2 Days
                                                                   grader
                                                  Practical
   The specified actions to be taken,
    should sub-standard conditions and                            The specified actions to be taken,
    problems be encountered                                        should sub-standard conditions and
                                                                   problems be encountered




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                                   LOCOMOTIVE OPERATOR
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide the learner
with adequate technical knowledge and skills to operate the Diesel           Maximum
Locomotive safely, according to pre-set standards and to understand the      4 Trainees
functions.
Target group:                         Certification:                                                             Duration:
Production Operators
                                       Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                                  2 Days
                                       2 re-writes allowed per module                                           Theory
                                       Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent                   3 Days
Entry Requirements:                                                                                              Practical
 Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET4/NQF 1              If competent a certificate and ID license will be issued,
                                      valid for two years
 RPL On Locomotive Operator


                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
             Novice/Experienced                  Duration                            Re-test                     Duration:

   The legal and specified requirements                          The legal and specified requirements
    pertaining to a safe, healthy work                             pertaining to a safe, healthy work
    environment when using a Diesel                                environment when using a Diesel
    Locomotive and the consequences of                             Locomotive and the consequences of            1 Day
                                                2   Days
    not adhering to that. (OHS Act 1993,                           not adhering to that. (OHS Act 1993,          Practical
                                                Theory
    General Machinery Regulations, 1988,                           General Machinery Regulations,
    Driven Machinery Regulations)                                  1988, Driven Machinery Regulations)

   The hazards and associated risks,                             The hazards and associated risks,
    pertaining to the use of a diesel                              pertaining to the use of a diesel
    Locomotive, identified through specified                       Locomotive, identified through
    risk assessment procedures and the                             specified risk assessment procedures
    actions to be taken should they be                             and the actions to be taken should
    encountered.                                                   they be encountered.

   The principal components, controls and                        The principal components, controls
    systems of the Diesel Locomotive and                           and systems of the Diesel Locomotive
    their functions.                                               and their functions.

   The specified operating parameters and                        The specified operating parameters
    control methods and the consequences                           and control methods and the
                                                 3 Days
    of not adhering to these. (Start-up                            consequences of not adhering to
                                                 Practical
    Procedure, forward, stopping and                               these. (Start-up Procedure, forward,
    braking, reversing and shut down                               stopping and braking, reversing and
    procedure)                                                     shut down procedure)

   The specified factors affecting the                           The specified factors affecting the
    optimum performance of the Diesel                              optimum performance of the Diesel
    Locomotive. (Design error, poor                                Locomotive. (Design error, poor
    maintenance, faulty equipment and                              maintenance, faulty equipment and
    maintenance and poor operation)                                maintenance and poor operation)

   The specified actions to be taken,                            The specified actions to be taken,
    should sub-standard conditions and                             should sub-standard conditions and
    problems be encountered.                                       problems be encountered.

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                                      ADT HAULER DUMPER
Introduction: To enable the ADT Operator to operate the machine
correctly and safely and to understand the functions
                                                                                    Maximum 4 operators per course
     SAQA unit standard ID number – 10559


Target group:                           Certification:                                                           Duration:

All relevant production employees,         Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                              1 Day
artisan‟s, or, as required per             Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent               Theory
production needs, without previous         2 re-writes allowed per module                                       2 Days
certification                                                                                                    Practical

Entry Level Requirements:               If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
                                        issued, valid for two years.                                             Re-test
   Minimum Literacy and                                                                                         1 x Day
    Numeracy ABET 4 ,
    NQF 1 Grade 9
   RPL On ADT
                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
             Novice/Experienced                  Duration                           Re-test                      Duration

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment:                             Safety Steps and Risk Assessment:
    The hazards and risks associated,                              The hazards and risks associated,
    pertaining hauling and dumping                                 pertaining hauling and dumping
                                                                                                                 1 Day
    processes (OHS Act,1993 and General                            processes (OHS Act,1993 and
    Machinery regulations)                                         General Machinery regulations)
                                                  1 Day
   Lubrication:                                                  Lubrication:
                                                  Theory
    To enable the trainee to have proper                           To enable the trainee to have proper
                                                                                                                 Theory 4
    knowledge of the functions of                                  knowledge of the functions of
                                                 2 Days                                                          Hours
    lubrication.                                                   lubrication.
                                                 Practical
   Components and the Filter Systems:                            Components and the Filter Systems:
                                                                                                                 Practical
    To prepare the trainee to identify                             To prepare the trainee to identify
                                                                                                                 assess
    different Principal Components, filter                         different Principal Components, filter
                                                Optional                                                         1 Hour per
    systems and their functions in order to                        systems and their functions in order
                                                 1 Day                                                           person
    execute Maintenance.                                           to execute Maintenance.
                                                Assessm
   Cab, Controls and functions:                                  Cab, Controls and functions:
                                                ent on the
    To ensure that the trainee is familiar                         To ensure that the trainee is familiar
                                                    job
    with the Cab, Controls and their                               with the Cab, Controls and their
    functions                                                      functions
   Pre-start inspection:                                         Pre-start inspection:
    To enable the trainee to skilfully                             To enable the trainee to skilfully
    demonstrate and conduct the Pre-Start                          demonstrate and conduct the Pre-
    Inspection.                                                    Start Inspection.
   Start and Stop:                                               Start and Stop:
    To capacitate the trainee to be familiar                       To capacitate the trainee to be
    with and skilfully demonstrate how to                          familiar with and skilfully demonstrate
    Start and Stop the Hauler.                                     how to Start and Stop the Hauler.
   Operating and control:                                        Operating and control:
    To ensure that the trainee correctly and                       To ensure that the trainee correctly
    safely executes Tipping, Loading and                           and safely executes Tipping, Loading
    hauling operations, according to                               and hauling operations, according to
    applicable standards. Factors affecting                        applicable standards. Factors
    the optimum                                                    affecting the optimum


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                                                       TRACTOR
Introduction: To enable the Tractor Operator to operate the machine
correctly, safely and to understand the functions,
                                                                                       Maximum of 4 operators per
SAQA unit standard ID number – 262804                                                  course

Target group:                              Certification:                                                          Duration:
                                                                                                                   Novice
All relevant production employees,                   Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate
artisan‟s as required per production                 Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                 1 Day
needs, without previous                               Competent                                                    Theory
certification.                                       2 re-writes allowed per module on theory
                                                      assessments                                                  2 Days
    Entry requirements:                                                                                            Practical
                                                                                                                   Re-test:
     Minimum Literacy and                 If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
      Numeracy ABET 4/ NQF                 issued, valid for two years.                                            1 x Day
      1,Grade 9
     RPL On Tractor

                                                      COURSE OUTLINE
               Novice/Experienced                     Duration                        Re-Test                      Duration:

     What are the legal and specified                               What are the legal and specified
      requirements pertaining to a safe,                              requirements pertaining to a safe,           1 Day
                                                       1 Day
      healthy work environment when using a                           healthy work environment when
                                                       Theory
      Tractor.                                                        using a Tractor.
                                                      2 Days
     The Hazards and associated risks, per                          The Hazards and associated risks,
                                                      Practical
      training the use of a Tractor, identified                       per training the use of a Tractor,
      through specified risk assessment                               identified through specified risk
      procedures.                                                     assessment procedures.

     The principal components of the Tractor                        The principal components of the
      and their functions.                                            Tractor and their functions.

     The operating parameters, control                              The operating parameters, control
      methods and the consequences of not                             methods and the consequences of
      adhering to these.                                              not adhering to these.

     The specified factors affecting the                            The specified factors affecting the
      optimum performance of the tractor.                             optimum performance of the tractor.

     The specified actions to be taken,                             The specified actions to be taken,
      should sub-standard conditions and                              should sub-standard conditions and
      problems be encountered.                                        problems be encountered.

                                                                           Theory - 4 Hours
                                                                           Practical assessment - 1 hour
                                                                            per candidate

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                                                BASIC RIGGING
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide maintenance                Candidates Attending:
employees (Artisans) with no formal Rigger qualification, with adequate
knowledge and skills to execute the required Rigging Operations safely,                Minimum: 5 Candidates
according to pre-set standards, to lift loads to a maximum weight of 5 Ton.
                                                                                       Maximum: 10 Candidates.
Target group:                              Certification:                                                           Duration:

All relevant production employees,            Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                              5 Days
artisan‟s as required per production          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent
needs, without previous certification         2 re-writes allowed per module

                                           If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
Minimum entry level
                                           issued, valid for two years.
requirements:
                                           We recommend a re-certification, every 2 years, which will
   Minimum Numeracy and                   serves as refresher training.
    Literacy ABET 4 / NQF 1
                                                    COURSE OUTLINE
                Novice/Experienced                  Duration                               Re-Test                  Duration:

   Maintenance of steel wire rope                                   The regulations of the OHS act
    equipment                                                         regarding lifting equipment etc
                                                     2 Days                                                         Theory 4
                                                     Theory                                                         hours
   The regulations of the OHS act                                   Maintenance of steel wire rope
    regarding lifting equipment etc                                   equipment

   Steel rope slings and sling work                                 Steel rope slings and sling work
                                                    3 Days
                                                    Practical
   Correct Sling Method                                             Correct Sling Methods

   Eye bolts                                                        Eye bolts

   Don‟ts by slinging                                               Don‟ts by slinging

   Safe mass loading for slings                                     Safe mass loading for slings

   Calculation of load mass                                         Calculation of load mass

   Inspection of steel wire rope slings                             Inspection of steel wire rope slings

   Use of chains for lifting                                        Use of chains for lifting
                                                                                                                    Practical 4
   General safety procedures of slings and                          General safety procedures of slings
                                                                                                                    hours
    lifting Equipment                                                 and lifting Equipment

   Hand signal for overhead cranes                                  Hand signal for overhead cranes

   Chain Blocks                                                     Chain Blocks

   Wire Rope Tirfors                                                Wire Rope Tirfors

   Friction                                                         Friction

   Snatch Blocks                                                    Snatch Blocks

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                                               BASIC SLINGING
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide employees
who are required to sling loads on crane operations, with adequate
knowledge and skills to execute the required Crane Slinging Operations                 Maximum 6 operators per course
safely, according to pre-set standards, to lift loads to the maximum weight of
the type of crane.

Target group:                              Certification:                                                           Duration:

All relevant production employees,            Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                              2 Days
artisan‟s as required per production          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent
needs, without previous certification         2 re-writes allowed per module


Minimum entry level                        If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
requirements:                              issued, valid for two years.
                                           We recommend a re-certification, every 2 years, which will
   Minimum Numeracy and                   serves as refresher training.
    Literacy ABET 4 / NQF 1

                                                    COURSE OUTLINE
                                                    Duration                                                        Duration:
                Novice/ Experienced                                                     Re- cert

                                                                     The regulations of the OHS act
                                                     1 Day                                                          Theory 4
   The regulations of the OHS act                                    regarding lifting equipment etc
                                                     Theory                                                         hours
    regarding lifting equipment etc
                                                                     Steel rope slings and sling work
   Steel rope slings and sling work
                                                                     Correct Sling Methods
                                                     1 Day
   Correct Sling Method
                                                    Practical
                                                                     Eye bolts
   Eye bolts
                                                                     Don‟ts of slinging
   Don‟ts of slinging
                                                                     Safe mass loading for slings
   Safe mass loading for slings
                                                                     Calculation of load mass
   Calculation of load mass
                                                                     Inspection of steel wire rope slings
   Inspection of steel wire rope slings
                                                                     Use and inspection of chain slings for
   Use and inspection of chain slings for                            lifting
    lifting
                                                                     Use and inspection of synthetic slings
                                                                                                                    Practical 4
   Use and inspection of synthetic slings
                                                                                                                    hours
                                                                     General safety procedures of slings
   General safety procedures of slings and                           and lifting Equipment
    lifting
   Equipment                                                        Hand signal for specific cranes

   Hand signal for the specific cranes



                                                   2 Days                                                           1 Day




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                BROCK MACHINE WITH HAMMER ATTACHMENT
Introduction: This training was developed to provide the learner with an            Candidates Attending:
adequate knowledge and skills to operate the Brock Machine safely,
according to the pre-set standards and to understand the principles of              Minimum : 1 Candidates
operation(SOP).
                                                                                    Maximum: 4 Candidates.

Target group:                           Certification:                                                           Duration:
                                         Theoretical assessment
All relevant employees on a specific                                                                              3 Days
site, without previous certification     Practical assessments                                                   Novice

                                                                                                                  1 Day
Minimum entry level                     We recommend a re-certification, every 2 years, which will                Re-cert
requirements:                           serves as refresher training.
       Write and Read, ABET
        level 4

Course Outline:
                                                                Section Four – Plant Specific
   Section One – Safety
                                                                Information
   General
                                                               Alloy side
   Warning levels
                                                               Slag side
   What to do when an accident occurs
                                                               Off gas duct blockage
   Duties of Supervisors and Operators
   Personal Protective Equipment
   Machine risk zone
   Risk factors

    Section Two – Machine Components,
    systems & inspections

   Major Components
   Pre-operational inspection

    Section Three – Machine Operation

   Scope of Machine use
   Starting and stopping the Machine
   Operating the undercarriage of the
    Machine
   Operating the Caterpillar tracks
   Operating the Caterpillar tracks and arm
    system
   Operating the upper section
   Changing the reach
   Operating hydraulic tools
   Increased pressure on hydraulic tools
   Adjust the hydraulic pressure to tools
   Hazards and risks to be aware of when
    operating the Machine
   Machine working environment




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                                   Manitou Telescopic Handler
Introduction: This program was developed to train the Operator to be able
to operate the Manitou Telescopic Handler correctly and safely and to
understand the functions, as prescribed by the National Code of Practise –
OSH Act, 1993 Act No. 85, Driven Machine Regulation 18 (11)                          Maximum of 4 operators per
               SAQA unit standard ID number – 260781                                 course
Target group:                            Certification:                                                           Duration:
                                                                                                                  Novice
All relevant production employees,        Theoretical assessments = 75% pass rate
artisan‟s as required per production      2 re-writes allowed per module.                                        2 Days
needs, without previous certification     Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent                 Theory
                                         If competent a certificate and ID card license will be                   3 Days
Entry level requirements:                issued, valid for two years.                                             Practical

   Minimum Numeracy and                 Code 46
                                                                                                                  Re-test:
    Literacy ABET 4 / NQF 1,Grade
    9                                                                                                             1 Day
   RPL On (MTH)
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
          NOVICE/EXPERIENCED                      Duration                         Re-Test                        Duration:

   The Legal and specified requirements                           The Legal and specified requirements
     pertaining the transfer of goods and                           pertaining the transfer of goods and
                                                   2 Days                                                         1 Day
     materials by means of a Manitou                                materials by means of a Manitou
                                                   Theory                                                         Practical
     Telescopic Handler. (OHSA, 1993 and                            Telescopic Handler (OHSA, 1993
     Driven Machinery regulation 18)                                and Driven Machinery regulation 18)
   The hazards and associated risks,                              The hazards and associated risks,
     pertaining to Manitou Telescopic                               pertaining to Manitou Telescopic
                                                  3 Days
     Handler operation, identified through                          Handler operation, identified through
                                                  Practical
     specified risk assessment procedures.                          specified risk assessment
   The principal components of the                                 procedures.
     Manitou Telescopic Handler and their                          The principal components of the
     functions. Mechanical Appreciation and                         Manitou Telescopic Handler and their
     refuelling.                                                    functions. Mechanical Appreciation
   The specified operating parameters and                          and refuelling.
     control methods pertaining to the                             The specified operating parameters
     Manitou Telescopic Handler                                     and control methods pertaining to the
     operations. Pre-trip, Operational and                          Manitou Telescopic Handler
     close down inspections.                                        operations. Pre-trip, Operational and
      The specified factors affecting the                           close down inspections.
      optimum performance of the Manitou                           The specified factors affecting the
      Telescopic Handler. Safety and                                optimum performance of the Manitou
      Manoeuvring.                                                  Telescopic Handler. Safety and
   The specified actions to be taken,                              Manoeuvring.
     should sub-standard conditions and                            The specified actions to be taken,
     problems pertaining to the Manitou                             should sub-standard conditions and
     Telescopic Handler operation be                                problems pertaining to the Manitou
     encountered.                                                   Telescopic Handler operation be
   The specified elementary principles of                          encountered.
    the Manitou Telescopic Handler                                  The specified elementary principles
    stacking process.                                               of the Manitou Telescopic Handler
                                                                    stacking process
                                                                    Theory - 4 Hours
                                                                    Practical assessment - 1 hour per
                                                                    candidate
                                                 5 Days                                                           1 Day




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                            MOBILE ARIEL WORK PLATFORM
Introduction:

This program was developed to train the Operator to be able to operate an
Mobile Ariel work platform correctly and safely and to understand the
functions, as prescribed by the National Code of Practise – OSH Act, 1993
Act No. 85, Driven Machine Regulation 18 (11)
                                                                                    Maximum of 4 operators per
SAQA unit standard ID number – 243276
                                                                                    course
Target group:                           Certification:                                                           Duration:
All relevant production employees,       Theoretical assessments = 75% pass rate
artisan‟s as required per production     Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent                 2 Days
needs, without previous                  2 re-writes allowed per module                                         Theory
certification.                                                                                                   3 Days
Entry level requirements:                                                                                        Practical
                                        If competent a certificate and ID card license will be
                                        issued, valid for two years.
   Minimum Numeracy and
                                                                                                                 Re-test:
    Literacy ABET 4 / NQF 1,            Code-C53
    Grade 9                                                                                                      1 Day
   RPL On (MAWP)
                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
           Novice/Experienced                   Duration:                         Re-test
                                                                                                                 Duration:
                                                                  The Legal and specified requirements
   The Legal and specified requirements                           pertaining to a safe, healthy work
    pertaining to a safe, healthy work                             environment in the handling of a
                                                  2 Days
    environment in the handling of a load                          mobile Arial work platform and the
                                                  Theory
    and the consequences of not adhering                           consequences of not adhering to
    to standards. (PPE, Risk assessment                            standards. (PPE, Risk assessment
    and Pre start checks, operational                              and Pre start checks, operational             1 Day
    checks and shut down checks)                                   checks and shut down checks)                  Practical
                                                 3 Days
                                                 Practical
   The importance of handling a load in                          The importance of handling a mobile
    terms of achieving specified                                   aria work platform in terms of
    production, up and down stream                                 achieving specified production, up
    operational requirements.                                      and down stream operational
                                                                   requirements.
   The specified principal components of
    the Mobile Ariel platform, their                              The specified principal components of
    functions and safety devices.                                  the Mobile Ariel work platform, their
                                                                   functions and safety devices.
   The specified communication
    requirements pertaining to the handling                       The specified communication
    of a load and the consequences of                              requirements pertaining to the
    non-compliances.                                               handling of a Mobile work platform
                                                                   and the consequences of non-
   The specified actions to be taken                              compliances. (Different hand signals)
    should sub-standard conditions and
    problems be encountered.                                      The specified actions to be taken
                                                                   should sub-standard conditions and
   The specified operating parameters,                            problems be encountered. (Method
    control methods and the consequences                           used to operate a mobile work
    of not adhering to these.( Lifting                             platform).
    equipment)
                                                                  The specified operating parameters,
                                                                   control methods and the
                                                                   consequences of not adhering to
                                                                   these.
                                                5 Days                                                           1 Day
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                                              MOBILE CRANE
Introduction: This training course was developed to provide the learner with
adequate technical knowledge and skills to operate the Mobile Crane safely,
according to pre-set standards and to understand the principles of
operation.
SAQA unit standard ID number – 116254
                                                                                      Maximum
                                                                                      4 Trainees

Target group:                             Certification:                                                           Duration:
Production and Maintenance operators
                                                                                                                   2 Days
                                             Theoretical assessments = 75% pass rate
                                                                                                                   Theory
                                             2 re-writes allowed per module                                       3 Days
Entry Requirements:                          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet Competent               Practical
                                                                                                                   Re-test:
       Minimum literacy and
                                          If competent a certificate and ID card license will be                   1 Day
        numeracy ABET 4/NQF1
       RPL On Mobile Crane Must          issued, valid for two years
        Have Code 10                      Code- C33,C34,C37,C38,C43


                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
                                                  Duration:                                                        Duration:
          Novice/Experienced                                        The hazards and associated risks related
                                                                     to Mobile Crane operations, identified
   The hazards and associated risks related to                      through specified risk assessment
    Mobile Crane operations, identified through      2 Days          procedures and the actions to be taken
    specified risk assessment procedures and         Theory          should they be encountered.                   1 Day
    the actions to be taken should they be                                                                         Practical
    encountered.                                                    Components, systems and controls of the
                                                                     Mobile crane and their functions
   Components, systems and controls of the
                                                                    Pre Operational Inspection
    Mobile crane and their functions
                                                                    The specified operating parameters and
   Pre Operational Inspection
                                                                     control methods and the consequences of
   The specified operating parameters and                           not adhering to these.
    control methods and the consequences of
    not adhering to these.                                          Slinging of Loads

   Slinging of Loads                                               Lifting and Transporting Loads

                                                     3 Days         Shut down procedure
   Lifting and Transporting Loads
                                                    Practical
   Shut down procedure




                                                  5 Days                                                           1 Day




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             SHEQ TRAINING
   SAFETY HEALTH ENVIROMENT QUALITY




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    NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, HYGIENE
              AND ENVIRONMENT (NQF LEVEL 2)
Introduction: This qualification enables learners to identify and evaluate
occupational safety, hygiene and environmental factors, in occupational               Minimum of 10 learners,
environments, which may have a detrimental effect on the health and safety            Maximum of 15 learners per
of learners in such environments. Learners credited with this qualification are       Learnership
able to perform essential measurements and functions that promote a
culture of health and safety in occupational environments. The qualification
is designed to be flexible and accessible.


      SAQA unit standard ID number – 74269

Target group:                              Certification:                                                    Duration:

All relevant production employees,            Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                       1 Year
artisans, or, as required per                 Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                  (260 Days)
production needs, without previous             Competent
certification                                 2 re-writes allowed per module


Entry Level Requirements:                  If competent a National certificate will be issued by
                                                           the relevant Seta.
Minimum Literacy and Numeracy
ABET 4 or NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
                                                   COURSE OUTLINE

FUNDAMENTAL MODULES                                                                                               Duration:
    Demonstrate an understanding of fundamental concepts and principles in the natural
     sciences
    Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of science
    Access and use information from texts
    Apply basic knowledge of statistics and probability in order to investigate life and work
     related problems
    Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systems
    Identify, describe, compare, classify, explore shape and motion in 2-and 3-
     dimensional shapes in different contexts
    Maintain and adapt oral communication
    Operate a personal computer system
    Use language and communication in occupational programs
    Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspect of personal and
     community life
    Use of personal computer operating system
    Work with a wide range of patterns and functions and solve problems
    Write from a defined context

CORE MODULES
   Apply basic fire fighting techniques
   Demonstrate an understanding of sexuality and sexually transmitted infections including
    HIV/AIDS
   Demonstrate knowledge of basic Health & Safety principles in & around workplace
   Issue and retrieve personal monitoring equipment
   Show, explain, discuss and analyze the relationship between society and natural
    environment

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       Address workplace hazards and risks
       Apply safety, health and environmental principles and procedures in a workplace
       Conduct a preliminary incident investigation into workplace health, safety and
        environmental incidents
       Conduct safety and health representation activities
       Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of emergency preparedness and
        response
       Determine wet and dry bulb temperature by means of whirling hygrometer and take
        appropriate action
       Identify, locate and record environmental elements using a geographical positioning
        system (GPS)
       Measure and record the concentration of flammable and noxious gases and vapors and
        take appropriate action
       Monitor compliance to safety, health and environmental requirements in a workplace
       Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of a safety, health and
        environmental management programme in the workplace
       Participate in the establishment, implementation and monitoring of a health and safety
        agreement


ELECTIVE MODULES
       Apply primary emergency life support
       Carry out basic first aid treatment in the workplace
       Demonstrate basic occupational health and knowledge pertaining to the principles of
        handling of materials in a workplace
       Completion of Compensation Commissioner documentation for Occupational Injuries
        and Diseases
       Examine refuge bays to ensure they are life sustainable
       Explain the functional aspects of the human anatomy in the use of primary emergency
        care terminology
       Perform a vision-screening test in the working place
       Analyze absenteeism related to occupational health/medical related conditions in the
        work place
       Demonstrate the interpretation of vital signs when providing primary emergency care of
        fist aid
       Perform vital signs in the working place
       Provide primary emergency care for bleeding and wounds
       Provide primary emergency life support for fractures and dislocations
        Provision of primary emergency care intervention for shock, unconsciousness and
        fainting in the working place


SHE PRINCIPLES AND THEORY
        Emergency Procedure
        Isolation Procedure
        Life Preserving Rules
        One Page Standards
        Fatal Risk Control Protocols
        Risk Assessment
        Red Card & IMS System
        Plant Induction
        Environmental & Quality Induction

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LOPT – (Lifting Operator Training)
   Forklift Training
   Overhead Crane
   Front End Loader

FIRST LINE MAINTENANCE

Basic Electricity:
 Electrical Safety
 Protection Equipment
 Electrical components

Basic Fitting:
 Basic Measuring
 Hand Tools
 Identify and use different lubricants and lubricant equipment
 Fasteners
 Hand skills - fabrication of work pieces
 Identify, maintain and install valves, traps and strainers

Basic Boiler making:
 Gas Cutting
 Arc Welding
 Power tools
 Basic Rigging & Slinging

Process Related Production (TAPPING)
   Tap the Furnace
   Housekeeping

MINING TRAINING
   Make a safe working place by means of barring
   Follow Basic Health and Safety practices underground
   Install a set of rails in an underground workplace
   Extend tracks by means of jump sets and sliding rails
   Charge holes with cartridge explosives and accessories
   Transport material and equipment by means of a mono rope winch
   Install and remove pipes and accessories
   Install a dust allaying device
   Install and remove ventilation columns and accessories
   Hazards and Safety
   Identify and deal with rock strata conditions pertaining to installation and maintenance
    of support and the removal of temporary support within underground workplace.
   Support an underground working place by means of stick support
   Install a blasting barricade




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       NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE AND
                     SAFETY (NQF LEVEL 3)
Introduction: This qualification enables learners to identify, evaluate,
advise and report on occupational safety, hygiene and environmental factors,           Minimum of 10 learners,
in occupational environments, which may have a detrimental effect on the               Maximum of 15 learners per
health and safety of workers in such environments. The qualification is                course
designed to be flexible and accessible.


     SAQA unit standard ID number – 50062 (Level 3)

Target group:                                          Certification:                                          Duration:

All relevant production employees, artisans, or,            Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate           1 Year
as required per production needs, without                   Practical assessments = Competent or
previous certification                                       Not Yet Competent
                                                            2 re-writes allowed per module

Entry Level Requirements:
                                                           If competent a National Certificate will be
Minimum Literacy and Numeracy ABET 4 or                          issued by the relevant Seta.
NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 11
                                                   COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                   Duration:
FUNDAMENTAL MODULES
   Accommodated audience and context needs in oral communication
   Demonstrate an understanding of the use of different number bases and
    measurement units and an awareness of error in the context of relevant
    calculations
   Describe, apply, analyze and calculate shape and motion in 2 – and 3 –
    dimensional space in different contexts
   Interpret and use information from texts
   Investigate life and work related problems using data and probabilities
   Use a GUI-based word processor to enhance a document through the use of tables
    and columns
   Use language and communication in occupational learning programs
   Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal,
    business and national issues
   Write texts for a range of communicative context

CORE MODULES
   Use a Graphical User Interface (GUI)-based word processor to format documents
   Collect airborne particulates in the environment using a high volume gravimetric
    sampler
   Conduct a continuous risk assessment in a workplace
   Conduct an investigation into workplace incidents
   Conduct, report and follow up on a pre-use, safety and/or audit inspection
   Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of airborne pollutants and control
    measures
   Demonstrate knowledge of psychometric charts and perform calculations
   Demonstrate knowledge pertaining to fires in working places
   Demonstrate knowledge pertaining to the preparation, conducting, recording and
    follow-up actions of a planned task observation in a working place

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   Determine the amount of mineral dust and particulate matter in water by means of a
    nephelometer and turbid meter respectively
   Determine the concentration of repairable dust using a direct reading instrument
   Measure acceleration of vibration
   Measure noise levels, and take appropriate action
   Monitor, report and advise on the application of safety and health principles
    regarding electricity in a work place
   Monitor, report and advise on the application of safety and health principles
    regarding the movement of people and materials in and around a working place
   Monitor, report and make recommendations pertaining to specified requirements in
    terms of working at heights
   Provide risk based primary emergency care/first aid as an advanced first responder
    in the workplace
   Respond to, implement and manage emergencies according to an emergency
    action plan in a workplace
   Assess the performance of a heat exchanger and take appropriate action
   Conduct routine monitoring of a fan‟s performance and installation
   Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant current occupational health
    and safety legislation
   Demonstrate knowledge of fans, fan measurements and performance
   Monitor, report and make recommendations on the requirements applicable to
    permit to work systems in a working environment
   Use water circuits to determine the performance of a refrigeration plant and take
    appropriate remedial action


ELECTIVE MODULES
   Apply stone dust to interties coal dust
   Install explosion barriers to control the propagation of coal dust explosions
   Measure virgin rock temperature
   Provide risk-based primary emergency care/first aid in the workplace
   Sample and evaluate a mixture of coal dust and stone dust
   Collect and prepare water sample for radionuclide analysis
   Determine the long-lived alpha activity on a dust-laden filter with an alpha counter
   Determine radioactive contamination by means of a surface contamination monitor
   Measure low-level gamma radiation by means of a portable dosimeter




                                                                                                  166             Days
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          FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE:
         OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE AND SAFETY (NQF LEVEL 4)
Introduction: Learners accredited with this qualification will be able to
identify, evaluate, advise and report on occupational environments, in order to        Minimum of 10 learners,
maintain a high level of health and safety for workers in such environments            Maximum of 15 learners per
                                                                                       course

      SAQA unit standard ID number – 50063 (Level 4)

Target group:                                          Certification:                                          Duration:

All relevant production employees, artisans, or,            Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate           1 Year
as required per production needs, without                   Practical assessments = Competent or
previous certification                                       Not Yet Competent
                                                            2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                                           If competent a certificate will be issued.
Minimum Literacy and Numeracy ABET 4 or
NQF 3 or RPL, Grade 12
                                                   COURSE OUTLINE

                                                                                                                   Duration:
FUNDAMENTAL MODULES
   Accommodate audience and context needs in oral communication
   Interpret and use information from texts
   Use language and communication in occupational learning programmers
   Write texts for a range of communicative contexts
   Apply knowledge of statistics and probability to critically interrogate and effectively
    communicate findings on life related problems
   Engage in sustained oral communication and evaluate spoken texts
   Read analyze and respond to a variety of texts
   Represent analyze and calculate shape and motion in 2 – and 3 – dimensional
    space in different contexts
   Use language and communication in occupational learning programmers
   Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal,
    business, national and international issues
   Write for a wide range of contexts


CORE MODULES
   Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic toxicological principles
   Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of human anatomy, physiology and
    pathology
   Demonstrate knowledge of airflow calculations and principles of airflow in a
    ventilation circuit
   Demonstrate knowledge of refrigeration principles and perform relevant calculations
   Demonstrate understanding of the implementation of occupational health, safety
    and environmental legislation in the work place
   Determine a fan characteristic curve, actual operating point and take appropriate
    action
   Evaluate extraction systems for efficiency and effectiveness
   Evaluate glare and recommend appropriate remedial action
   Measure characteristics of a noise source using an octave band frequency analyzer

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    and recommend appropriate remedial action
   Measure hazardous biological agents and recommend appropriate remedial action
   Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety
    principles regarding hazardous substances in the working place
   Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety
    principles regarding lifting equipment in the working place
   Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety
    principles regarding pressure vessels and pressure systems in the working place
   Prepare, implement and co-ordinate a personal gravimetric sampling programme
    and determine exposure risk
   Demonstrate knowledge of fan operating points for different configurations and
    influencing factors
   Monitor and make recommendations on the application of health and safety
    principles regarding the prevention of fires and protection systems in a working
    place


ELECTIVE MODULES
   Indicate the role of a team leader ensuring that a team meets an organization‟s
    standards
   Perform one-to-one training on the job
   Use communication skills to handle and resolve conflict in the workplace

   Collect and interpret data

   Demonstrate knowledge pertaining to uncontrolled explosions

   Determine radon and throne progeny concentrations using the Ogden method

   Determine the integrated beta/gamma radiation dose using a Thermo luminescent
    Dosimeter (LTD)

   Determine the integrated radon gas dose

   Measure radon progeny using the batch method



                                                                                                  165             Days
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                                            BA SET TRAINING
Introduction: This qualification enables learners to identify the health
and safety risks and the safe use method of breathing apparatus and                 Minimum of 6-8 learners,
evaluate occupational safety, health situations, in occupational                    Maximum of 15 learners per
environments, which may have a detrimental effect on the health and                 course
safety of learners in such environments. Learners credited with this
qualification are able to use breathing apparatus safely. The qualification is
designed to be flexible and accessible.

      SAQA unit standard ID number – Health & Safety
Target group:                           Certification:                                                     Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                       2 days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module


Entry Level Requirements:               If competent a certificate will be issued.
Minimum Literacy and Numeracy
ABET 4 or NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
Learning Program Contents:


1. Physiology of Respiration.

2. Types of BA, Components, Duration

3. Donning & Starting Up Procedures.

4. Care & Maintenance.

5. Fire Development & Hazardous Atmospheres and Conditions.

6. Entry Control Procedures.                                                                                     Duration:

7. Working in Smoke & Darkness (Search Procedures).

8. Guide Line Theory
                                                                                                                    2 days




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                                              SHE TRAINING
Introduction: This qualification enables learners to identify and evaluate
occupational safety, hygiene and environmental factors, in occupational            Minimum of 10 learners,
environments, which may have a detrimental effect on the health and                Maximum of 15 learners per
safety of learners in such environments. Learners credited with this               course
qualification are able to perform essential measurements and functions that
promote a culture of health and safety in occupational environments. The
qualification is designed to be flexible and accessible.

     SAQA unit standard ID number – 48804 (Level 2)
Target group:                          Certification:                                                     Duration:

All relevant production employees,         Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                       27 Days (216 hrs)
artisans, or, as required per              Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous          Competent
certification                              2 re-writes allowed per module


Entry Level Requirements:              If competent a certificate will be issued.
Minimum Literacy and Numeracy
ABET 4 or NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
Learning Program Contents:

 Apply safety, health and environmental principles and procedures in a workplace
 Demonstrate knowledge pertaining to basic health and safety principles in and
  around a workplace
 Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of a safety, health
  and environmental management programme in the workplace
 Monitor compliance to safety, health and environmental requirements in a
  workplace
 Participate in the establishment, implementation and monitoring of a health and
  safety agreement                                                                                              Duration:
 Completion of Compensation Commissioner documentation for Occupational
  Injuries and Diseases
 Address workplace hazards and risks
 Conduct safety and health representation activities
 Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of emergency preparedness                                        27 Days
  and response
 Examine refuge bays to ensure they are life sustainable
 Conduct a preliminary incident investigation into workplace health, safety and
  environmental incidents




                                                                                              25 Credits       27 Days



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                            AWARENESS HYGIENE TRAINING
Introduction: This qualification enables learners to identify and evaluate
occupational safety, hygiene and environmental factors, in occupational              Minimum of 10 learners,
environments, which may have a detrimental effect on the health and                  Maximum of 15 learners per
safety of learners in such environments. Learners credited with this                 course
qualification are able to perform essential measurements and functions that
promote a culture of health and safety in occupational environments. The
qualification is designed to be flexible and accessible.


     SAQA unit standard ID number – 48804 (Level 2)

Target group:                            Certification:                                                   Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                      19 Days (152 hrs)
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module


Entry Level Requirements:                     If competent a certificate will be issued.

Minimum Literacy and Numeracy
ABET 4 or NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                Duration:

Learning Program Contents:
                                                                                                                 19 Days
   Demonstrate an understanding of sexuality and sexually transmitted infections
    including HIV/AIDS
   Issue and retrieve personal monitoring equipment
   Determine wet and dry bulb temperature by means of a whirling hygrometer and
    take appropriate action
   Measure and record the concentration of flammable and noxious gases and
    vapours and take appropriate action
   Control workplace hazardous substances
   Demonstrate basic occupational health and knowledge pertaining to the
    principles of handling of materials in a workplace
   Demonstrate knowledge of basic occupational hygiene principles
   Analyse absenteeism related to occupational health/medical related conditions
    in the work place
   Perform a vision-screening test in the working place




                                                                                              23              19 Days
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                                  ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING
Introduction: This qualification enables learners to identify and evaluate
occupational safety, hygiene and environmental factors, in occupational               Minimum of 10 learners,
environments, which may have a detrimental effect on the health and safety            Maximum of 15 learners per
of learners in such environments. Learners credited with this qualification are       course
able to perform essential measurements and functions that promote a
culture of health and safety in occupational environments. The qualification
is designed to be flexible and accessible.


      SAQA unit standard ID number – 48804 (Level 2)

Target group:                                         Certification:                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees, artisans, or,                                                             25 Days (200
as required per production needs, without                                                                    hrs)
previous certification                                 If competent a certificate will be issued.


Entry Level Requirements:

Minimum Literacy and Numeracy ABET 4 or
NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
                                                   COURSE OUTLINE



Learning Program Contents:                                                                                         Duration

    Plan sampling and analysis
    Identify, locate and record Environmental elements using a geographical
     positioning system (GPS)
    Grade the potential of specified industrial processes to impact on environmental                              25 Days
     receptors
    Measure environmental factors and take appropriate action
    Show, explain, discuss and analyse the relationship between society and natural
     environment




                                                                                                 28 Credits      25 Days




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                           LEGAL LIABILITY – (SUPERVISORS)
Introduction: The issue of health and safety at a mine has only in recent
times been deemed to be important enough that it warrants comprehensive                Minimum of 10 learners,
regulating by statutes. The statutes, however, do not always give a clear
                                                                                       Maximum of 15 learners per
indication as to how one fulfils their requirements.
                                                                                       course
The Occupational Health & Safety Act 85 of 1993 (OHSA) is a complex
statute regulating health & Safety at the workplace. It basically reflects the
standards society expects, when it comes to workplace health & safety.

    International Risk Management Institute (IRMI) based at Atlanta,
    Georgia in the United States of America.

Target group:                                          Certification:                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees, artisans, or,                                                              1 Day /
as required per production needs, and                                                                          6 Month self
supervisors                                             If competent a certificate will be issued.            study course
                                                                                                              with
Entry Level Requirements:                                                                                     assignments

Grade 12
NQF Level

COURSE OUTLINE

The candidate will be required to complete four assignments over a six-month period.                               Duration:
Each assignment will consist of 10 short essay questions. These questions are
intended to test the candidate‟s understanding of the course content. The assignments
will further include a practical field audit exercise.

Learning Contents:
    Introduction to the Mining Legislation                                                                          1 Days
    General duties of the employer and employee                                                                   (6 Months
                                                                                                                   self study)
    Prescribed statutory appointments
    Health and Safety Representatives/ committees
    Overview of Risk Assessments
    Incident reporting and investigation
    Task observations, personal contacts and communication
    Education and training
    Occupational health and hygiene
    Manufacturer‟s Liability
    Overview of Minerals Act Regulations
    Guidelines for Statutory appointees
    Personal Protective Equipment
    Symbolic signs and notices
    Overview of contractor management
    Inspectors, investigations and inquiries
    Offences and penalties
    Overview of the Labour Legislation
    Overview of the COID Act


                                                                                                  Credits          1 Days

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                       HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES
Introduction: Employees are exposed to literally thousands of chemicals
everyday not knowing the dangers involved while exposed to these                      Minimum of 10 learners,
substances or;
                                                                                      Maximum of 15 learners per
Knows the danger but lacks the knowledge to handle or treat the problem ,
                                                                                      course
or;
Sometimes does not care because their knowledge about a substance lacks
information with regard to health impact if exposed.


SAQA unit standard ID number – 115093 (Level 3)

Target group:                                         Certification:                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees, artisans, or,                                                             4 Days
as required per production needs,
                                                       If competent a certificate will be issued.
Entry Level Requirements:

Grade 12
NQF Level 2

                                                   COURSE OUTLINE

Overview:                                                                                                         Duration:


   Hazardous Chemical Substances Regulations
   Hazardous Chemical Substances
   Material Safety Data Sheets                                                                                       4 Days
   Labelling, Packing, Transporting and storage
   Personal Protective Equipment
   Disposal techniques and requirements for HCS
   Hazardous Chemical Substances Programme Guideline
   Control Measures


Specific Outcomes:

   Describe the Legal and specified requirements for identifying and dealing with
    workplace hazards.
   Identify workplace hazardous substances in specified contexts
   Identify risks associated with workplace hazardous substances in specified
    contexts
   Control workplace hazardous substances in specified contexts



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                                   CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
Introduction: Confined spaces refer to enclosed or partially enclosed
space, which is at atmospheric pressure during occupancy and is not                  Minimum of 10 learners,
intended or designed primarily as a place of work
                                                                                     Maximum of 15 learners per
                                                                                     course
Confined spaces may include but are not limited to spaces that have –
restricted means of entry and exit, an atmosphere which contains potentially
harmful levels of contaminant, an unsafe oxygen level and the possibility of
engulfment under certain conditions.


SAQA unit standard ID number – 15034 (Level 2)

Target group:                                        Certification:                                         Duration:

Plant Supervisors                                                                                           2 Days
Confined Space Workers
                                                      If competent a certificate will be issued.
Entry Level Requirements:

ABET Level 3, RPL, Grade 5

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                 Duration:
Overview:

Confined Space Entry:
   Applicable confined space entry definitions
   Legal requirements with regard to confined space entry


Confined Space Entry Principles:
   Atmospheric / other recognisable hazards                                                                         2 Days

   Agreement with contractor / employee and procedural information
   Strategies and training
   Preparation and purpose of pre-entry testing and continuous monitoring
   Atmospheric hazard control
   Entry requirements
   “Buddy/Observer” principles
   Emergency response and task completion procedures
   Excavation, Shorting, Demolition and Tunnelling.


Specific Outcomes:

   Identify the hazards of working in confined spaces
   Identify appropriate protective clothing or equipment
   Identify training requirements for unskilled workers working in confined spaces
    and train the workers.
   Plan and implement emergency procedures
   Explain the relevant Occupational Health and Safety regulations

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                              ADVANCED HEALTH & SAFETY
Introduction: The Act known an OHS Act aims to ensure acceptable safe
working conditions and a working environment free form hazards. Failing to           Minimum of 10 learners,
identify unsafe acts or conditions or take action to prevent incidents that
                                                                                     Maximum of 15 learners per
could harm employees, contract workers, visitors and probably the
                                                                                     course
environment can lead to legal action against employers


SAQA unit standard ID number – 9964 (Level 2)

Target group:                                        Certification:                                         Duration:

Supervisors and Managers                             If competent a certificate will be issued.             5 Days

Entry Level Requirements:

ABET Level 3, RPL, Grade 12

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE



Learning Contents:
                                                                                                                  Duration
   Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety Act 85/1993
   Introduction to OHSAS 18001 : 1999 and OHSAS 18002 : 2002
   SHERQ Business Planning
   Hazardous Identification and Risk Assessment                                                                     5 Days
   Incident Investigation
   Introduction to Construction Regulations
   Emergency Preparedness
   Legal Liability
   Hazardous Chemical Substances Control
   Contractor Management




                                                                                                5 Credits       5 Days




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                                       SHE REPRESENTATIVE
Introduction: The person credited with this unit standard is able to
understand the objectives and statutory requirements pertaining to health             Minimum of 10 learners,
and safety in the workplace. The learners will be able to explain the rights,
                                                                                      Maximum of 15 learners per
powers, functions and duties of the workplace health and safety
                                                                                      course
representative and how any errant health, safety and environmental issues
may be handled. Learners will also be able to participate in the safety, health
and environmental structures and measure these activities according to
health, safety and environmental requirements.


SAQA unit standard ID number – 116518 (Level 2)

Target group:                                         Certification:                                         Duration:

 Employees nominated and selected for                                                                       3 Days
  appointment as safety, health and
  environmental protection representatives             If competent a certificate will be issued.
 Management representatives: Safety, health
  and environmental protection committee

Entry Level Requirements:

ABET Level 1, RPL,NQF Level 1 or Grade 9

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                  Duration:

Learning Contents:

    Describe the framework of workplace health and safety legislation pertaining to
     health and safety representatives.
    Explain the specified requirements to conduct safety, health and environmental
     representation activities at a working place.
    Address safety, health and environment related issues within the scope of                                        3 Days
     authority.
    Comply with the activities within safety, health and environmental structures.


Overview:

    Terms, Definitions, Abbreviations and Applicable Legislation
    Role Players in the Safety, Health and Environmental Protection System
    Roles and Responsibilities
    The purpose, Role and Responsibilities of a Safety, Health and Environmental
     Protection Representative
    Inspection of Safety, Health and Environmental Protection Issues in the workplace
    Investigation Safety, Health and Environmental Incidents and Impacts
    Consultation, Representation and Coaching




                                                                                                 3 Credits       3 Days



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                                     HIRA (Risk Management)
Introduction: the Act known as OHSA aims to ensure acceptable safe
working conditions and a working environment free from Hazards.                       Minimum of 10 learners,
                                                                                      Maximum of 15 learners per
                                                                                      course
SAQA unit standard ID number – 116655 (Level 2)

Target group:                                         Certification:                                         Duration:

Plant Supervisors                                                                                            2 Days
Managers
Health & Safety Representatives                        If competent a certificate will be issued.
Incident Investigators

Entry Level Requirements:

Basic Health & Safety Practices

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                  Duration:
Overview:

Learning Objectives:

   Interpret Risk Assessments

       Comprehending the purpose and aim of risk Assessments
       Comprehending the applicable legislative references and definitions
                                                                                                                      2 Days
       Interpreting the roles and responsibilities with regard to hazard identification


   Prepare for Hazard Identification, identify hazards and assess risks

        Interpreting the Risk Management Process

        Identifying hazards

        Assessing Risks

        Controlling Risks


   Initiate remedial and follow-up action

        Implementing monitoring and review processes

        Conducting programme evaluation

        Implementing steps to assess risks in the workplace




                                                                                                 2 Credits       2 Days




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                                     STACKING AND STORAGE
Introduction: Implementing storage techniques, employees obligations                   Candidates Attending:
and knowledge of managing a safe working environment
.                                                                                      Minimum : 5 Candidates
                                                                                       Maximum: 10 Candidates.
Target group:                              Certification:                                                           Duration:

Managers, Safety Personnel and                Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                              2 Days
employees handling the materials              Practical assessments


Minimum entry level                        We recommend a re-certification, every 2 years, which will
requirements:                              serves as refresher training.

    Write and Read

Course Outline:

                                                                  Stability and Bonding of Stacks
   Introduction
                                                                  Stacking Bags
   Abbreviations and Definitions
                                                                  Stacking Cartons
   OHS Act Requirements
                                                                  Stacking Bales
   General Safety Regulation 8
                                                                  Cold or Frozen Products
   Construction Regulation 25 & 26
                                                                  Coiled Wire and Steel Coils
   Stacking and Storage Systems
                                                                  Glass Bottles and Jars
   Drive thru racking
                                                                  Drums, Cask and Cylinders
   Cantilever Racking
                                                                  Sheet Material
   Pallet Racking
                                                                  Tubes, Pipes and Bars
   Racking Components
                                                                  Bulk Material
   Shelving
                                                                  Stacking and Storage Inspections
   Pallets, Pallet Crates
                                                                  General
   Other Storage Methods
                                                                  Annual Inspections
   Cargo Handling
                                                                  Quarterly Inspections
   Cargo Handling Labels
                                                                  Weekly Inspections
   Exercise One
                                                                  Daily Inspections
   Hazardous Cargo Labels
                                                                  While Stacking
   Exercise Two
                                                                  While De-Stacking
   Cargo Handling Equipment
                                                                  Exercise Four
   Handling Specific Loads




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                 SAFE USE OF SAFETY BELTS AND HARNESSES
                                   (WORKING AT HEIGHTS)
Introduction: To ensure employees have the necessary knowledge to                     Candidates Attending:
apply fall arrest – working at height methods
.                                                                                     Minimum : 6 Candidates
                                                                                      Maximum: 12 Candidates.
Target group:                             Certification:                                                           Duration:

Everybody working at height                  Practical assessments                                                1 Day

                                          We recommend a re-certification, every 2 years, which will
Minimum entry level
                                          serves as refresher training.
requirements:

              Write and Read

Course Outline:

Need for the Course                                           Full Body Harness
   The Employer                                                 Inspection of the Harness
   Occupational Health and Safety Act                           Inspection and Removal Criteria
                                                                 Harness Inspection Checklist
Types of safety Harnesses
   Industrial Restraint Belt                                 Attaching lanyards to the harness
   Full Body Harness                                         and anchorage point minimum free
                                                              space climbing access ladders reporting
Harness Components                                            of incidents in the event of an accident
   Industrial Restraint Belt
   Full Body Harness


Hazard Identification
   Slipping
   Falling
   Electrocution
   Rain / Misty & Overcast Conditions
   Windy Conditions
   Falling Objects


Types of Access
   Enclosed Access
   Open Access Ladders
   Access Ladders
   Structures with no Access Ladders




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                                      SAFE USE OF LADDERS
Introduction: To ensure employees have the necessary knowledge to                    Candidates Attending:
maintain and to use ladders safely
.                                                                                    Minimum : 8 Candidates
                                                                                     Maximum: 12 Candidates.
Target group:                            Certification:                                                           Duration:

All employees using ladders and             Practical assessments                                                1/2 Day
supervisory personnel
                                         We recommend a re-certification, every 2 years, which will
                                         serves as refresher training.
Minimum entry level
requirements:

           Write and Read
                                                                                                                  Duration:
Course Outline:
                                                                                                                  1/2 Day


   Need for the Course


   Causes of Ladder incidents / accidents


   Occupational Health and Safety Act


   Hazards associated with the use of Ladders


   Types of Ladders


   Ladder Safety


   Lifting and carrying Ladders


   Erection of Ladders


   Ladder Maintenance


   Ladder Checklist




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                                    ADVANCED FIRE FIGHTING
                                                                                          Learners Attending:
Course provider: Emergency & Medical Training
                                                                                          Minimum 8 learners per course
                                                                                          Maximum 20 learners per
                                                                                          course
Certification: A certificate of competency will be issued to successful
               Candidates.

                    Certificate Valid for a period of two years

Level: Advanced Fire fighting              Entrance Requirements for learners:                                Duration:

                                           Copy of the learners National Identity Document.
Department of Labour                       Learners must be able to comprehend and write in                   2 Day
Accreditation no:  CI 071                  English
                                                                                                              16 Hours
Health and Welfare Sector
                                           Entrance Requirements for Refresher learners:
Educating Training Authority no:

       HW 592 PA 0500103                   Learners must be in possession of a valid certificate for
                                           the required refresher training


                                                   COURSE OUTLINE

Learning Program Content:

   Domino Effect
   Elements of Fire
   Building Material
   Fire
   Types of Energy
   Fire Spread
   Phases of Fire
   Fire Extinguishers
   Fire Attack
   Basic Fire equipment
   Fire hoses
   Fire hydrants
   Basic fire attack: offensive & defensive
   Practical: Ship Hydrant, getting water on fire, add a length, replace a length
   Salvage & overhaul
   Termination




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                                       BASIC FIRE FIGHTING
                                                                                        Learners Attending:
Course provider: Emergency & Medical Training
                                                                                        Minimum 8 learners per course
                                                                                        Maximum 25 learners per
                                                                                        course
Certification: A certificate of competency will be issued to successful
               Candidates.

               Certificate Valid for a period of two years

Level: Basic Fire fighting               Entrance Requirements for learners:                                Duration:

                                         Copy of the learners National Identity Document.
Department of Labour                     Learners must be able to comprehend and write in                   1 Day
Accreditation no:  CI 071                English
                                                                                                            8 Hours
Health and Welfare Sector
                                         Entrance Requirements for Refresher learners:
Educating Training Authority no:

        HW 592 PA 0500103                Learners must be in possession of a valid certificate for
                                         the required refresher training


                                                 COURSE OUTLINE

Specific outcome 1:

   Identify the different types of fires

       The causes of fire are identified

       The classes of fires are explained

   Understand, explain and practice fire prevention

       The prevention of fires in relation to general housekeeping is explained.

       Fire prevention in relation to observing and adhering to industry safe practices (OHS Act, company
        specific procedures) is explained and practiced.

       The consequences of non adherence to safe practices is understood and explained

   Operate basic fire fighting equipment

       The basic fire fighting equipment can be identified

        The basic fire fighting equipment are explained and demonstrated

       The correct type of fire fighting equipment for specific type of fires can be identified and explained

   Perform basic fire fighting procedures

        The steps to be taken when fighting fires are explained and demonstrated

        The precaution to be taken when fighting fires are explained

        The steps to be taken when containing fires are described



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                       ACCIDENT / INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
                                                                                       Learners Attending:
Course provider: Emergency & Medical Training
                                                                                       Minimum 8 learners per course
                                                                                       Maximum 25 learners per
                                                                                       course
Certification: A certificate of competency will be issued to successful
               Candidates.

Level: Accident / Incident              Entrance Requirements for learners:                                Duration:
Investigation
                                                Copy of the learners National Identity
                                                 Document.                                                 1 Day
Department of Labour                            Learners must be able to comprehend and write
Accreditation no:  CI 071                        in English                                                8 Hours
                                                Preferably the learner should have completed a
Health and Welfare Sector                        Health and Safety Representative course
Educating Training Authority no:

       HW 592 PA 0500103
                                                COURSE OUTLINE

Learning Program Content:

   Legal Requirements
   Statistics
   Definitions
   Reporting system
   Required documentation
   Investigation Team
   Procedures
   PEEMEL Principle
   Reportable incidents
   Termination




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        HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA)
                                                                                         Learners Attending:
Course provider: Emergency & Medical Training
                                                                                         Minimum 8 learners per course
                                                                                         Maximum 25 learners per
                                                                                         course
Certification: A certificate of competency will be issued to successful
               Candidates.

Level: HIRA                               Entrance Requirements for learners:                                Duration:

                                            Copy of the learners National Identity Document.
Department of Labour                                                                                         1 Day
Accreditation no:  CI 071                   Learners must be able to comprehend and write in
                                             English                                                         8 Hours
Health and Welfare Sector
Educating Training Authority no:            Preferably the learner should have completed a
                                             Health and Safety Representative course
       HW 592 PA 0500103

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE

Learning Program Content:

   Legislation
   Roles & Responsibilities of the employer
   Roles & Responsibilities of the employee
   What is a Hazard
   What is a Danger
   Four T‟s of Risk assessments
   Case studies
   Conduct a Risk Assessment
   Issuing a Permit to work
   Record keeping
   Termination




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                                    JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS
                                                                                       Learners Attending:
Course provider: Emergency & Medical Training
                                                                                       Minimum 8 learners per course
                                                                                       Maximum 25 learners per
                                                                                       course
Certification: A certificate of competency will be issued to successful
               Candidates.

Level: Job Safety Analyses              Entrance Requirements for learners:                                Duration:

                                         Copy of the learners National Identity Document
Department of Labour                           .                                                           1 Day
Accreditation no:  CI 071                Learners must be able to comprehend and write in
                                          English                                                          8 Hours
Health and Welfare Sector
Educating Training Authority no:

       HW 592 PA 0500103
                                                COURSE OUTLINE

Learning Program Content:

   Guidelines to safety management
   Task selection
   Basic steps
   Hazard Identification
   Hazard control measures
   Job safety analyses review process
   Implementation
   Sequence of basic job steps
   Hazards for each step
   Recommended actions or procedures
   Termination




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          PROCESS TRAINING
METALS PRODUCTION AND RELATED TRAINING




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                National Certificate: Metals Production NQF level 2
Introduction: This Qualification is for any individual who is, or wishes to be, involved in a metals production
environment. The Qualification contains all the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes required by a learner who
needs mainly to be able to perform a range of activities within a specific metals production environment to support a
particular process like extracting, melting, refining, casting, rolling, shearing, forging and other metallurgical
processes. An individual acquiring this Qualification will be able to contribute towards the smooth and efficient
operation of the production processes in the metals production sector. For those who have been in the workplace for
a long time, this qualification represents part of the RPL process to acknowledge workplace skills acquired without the
benefit of formal education or training
                                  SAQA Qualification ID number – 65189, 120 Credits

Target group:                                             Certification:                                             Duration:

All relevant production employees, or, as required        The qualification is composed of Fundamental,                12
per production needs, without previous certification      Core and Elective learning components:                      Months
Entry Level Requirements:
                                                              Fundamental: 36 credits (compulsory)
                                                              Core: 47 credits (compulsory)
   Minimum Literacy and Numeracy ABET 4 or
                                                              Elective: A minimum of 37 elective credits is
        NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9
                                                               required for this qualification.

                                                          If competent a competence certificate will be
                                                          issued by merSETA

                                               QUALIFICATION OUTLINE
                       Unit                                                                                          Duration:
                     standard                           UNIT STANDARD TITLE                               Credits
                        ID
                                   Apply safety, health and environmental principles and
Core                  116520                                                                                 2
                                   procedures in a workplace
                                                                                                                       12
                                   Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of
                                                                                                                      Months
                                   emergency preparedness and response , the modules
                                   covered are:
                                    Risk Assessment
Core                  116533                                                                                 2
                                    Emergency procedure
                                    Evacuation Procedure
                                    Oxygen Self Rescue Unit

Core                   12466       Explain the individual‟s role within business                             4
                                   Identify, inspect, use, maintain and care for engineering
Core                   10252                                                                                 6
                                   hand tools
                                    Perform activities to support a metal
                                       production process, the modules covered
Core                  259720           are:                                                                 20

                                      Practical assessment on the above mentioned
                                       modules
                                   Plan support activities in a metal production process

                                      Prepare Tap floor
                                      Opening the taphole (Drill)
Core                  259721                                                                                10
                                      Tapping the Furnace by means of lancing
                                      Tap to recover molten product
                                      Closing the taphole (Mud gun)
                                   
Core                   9322        Work in a team                                                            3



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                                Apply basic knowledge of statistics and probability to
Fundamental          9009       influence the use of data and procedures in order to                      5
                                investigate life related problems
                                Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational
Fundamental          7480                                                                                 3
                                numbers and number systems
                                Identify, describe, compare, classify, explore shape and
Fundamental          9008       motion in 2-and 3-dimensional shapes in different                         3
                                contexts
Fundamental         119454      Maintain and adapt oral/signed communication                              3
                                Use language and communication in occupational
Fundamental         119460                                                                                5
                                learning programmes
                                Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial
Fundamental          7469                                                                                 5
                                aspects of personal and community life
                                Work with a range of patterns and functions and solve
Fundamental          9007                                                                                 2
                                problems
Fundamental         119456      Write/present for a defined context                                       5
Elective            252250      Apply fire fighting techniques                                            3

Elective            259739      Hand sort material                                                        2
                                Operate a personal computer system                                        5
Elective            116932
                                Perform basic life support and first aid procedures                       5
Elective            119567

Elective            242976      Operate overhead/gantry cranes                                            5

Elective             9268       Manage basic personal finance                                             6

Elective            13217       Collect and use information                                               5

Elective            12461       Communicate at work                                                       5
                                Demonstrate an understanding of HIV/AIDS and its                          12
Elective            259762
                                impact on the workplace
                                                                                                       Duration     12
                                                                                                                   Months




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               National Certificate: Metals Production NQF Level 3
Introduction: This qualification is for any individual who is, or wishes to be, involved in a metals production
environment and be able to perform a range of activities to operate and maintain process equipment for a particular
process or operation within a specific metals production environment. Such processes or operations will include
extracting, melting, refining, casting, rolling, shearing, forging and other metallurgical processes. In general,
individuals at this level in the metal production environment will operate a furnace, casting machine or a converter
among other process machines or equipment. These are large and complex machines which require training a
learner over an extended period of time before s/he acquires sufficient competence to operate them. An individual
acquiring this qualification will be able to contribute towards the smooth and efficient operation of the production
processes in the metal production sector
                                         SAQA Qualification ID number – 65191

Target group:                                               Certification:                                           Duration:
                                                            The Qualification consists of a Fundamental, a
All relevant production employees, who completed            Core and an Elective Component. To be                      12
Metals production NQF, level 2.                             awarded the Qualification learners are required           Months
                                                            to obtain a minimum of 120 credits as detailed
                                                            below.
Entry Level Requirements:
                                                            Fundamental: 36 credits (compulsory).
    National Certificate: Metals Production NQF            Core: 61 credits (compulsory).
     Level 2                                                Elective: A minimum of 23 credits.

                                                            If competent a competence certificate will
                                                            be issued by merSETA

                                               QUALIFICATION OUTLINE
                       Unit                                                                                          Duration:
                     standard                          UNIT STANDARD TITLE                               Credits
                        ID
       Core           259624       Control workplace hazards and risks                                      4
       Core                        Apply safety, health and environment protection                                     12
                      244108                                                                                6         Months
                                   procedures in a process plant
       Core                        Perform first line maintenance on equipment in the
                      259723                                                                                10
                                   metals production process
       Core           259724       Prepare for maintenance in a production plant                            5
       Core                        Prepare, set up and operate process equipment in a
                                   production environment , the modules covered are:
                                    Handling molten material to ensure continuous flow
                                        of process
                                    Casting molten metal to effect solidification
                                    Preparing the ladle to receive tapped molten
                                        material
                      259697                                                                                36
                                    Preparing casting equipment
                                    Charging/Stoking a the furnace in order to obtain
                                        the desired conditions
                                    Controlling the proportions of raw materials required
                                        for the smelting process
                                    Controlling the solid paste level to compensate for
                                        electrode consumption
    Fundamental                    Accommodate audience and context needs in
                      119472                                                                                5
                                   oral/signed communication
    Fundamental                    Demonstrate an understanding of the use of different
                                   number bases and measurement units and an
                       9010                                                                                 2
                                   awareness of error in the context of relevant
                                   calculations
    Fundamental                    Describe, apply, analyse and calculate shape and
                       9013        motion in 2-and 3-dimensional space in different                         4
                                   contexts
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Fundamental        119457      Interpret and use information from texts                                 5
Fundamental                    Investigate life and work related problems using data
                    9012                                                                                5
                               and probabilities
Fundamental                    Use language and communication in occupational
                   119467                                                                               5
                               learning programmes
Fundamental                    Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the
                    7456       financial aspects of personal, business and national                     5
                               issues
Fundamental                    Write/present/sign texts for a range of communicative
                   119465                                                                               5
                               contexts
  Elective         13234       Apply quality procedures                                                 8
  Elective        116534       Carry out basic first aid treatment in the workplace                     2
  Elective         253656      Communicate with clients                                                 3
  Elective         8039        Operating cranes                                                         10
  Elective          8038       Operating lift trucks                                                    6
  Elective        116720       Show understanding of diversity in the workplace                         3
                                                                                                      Duration     12
                                                                                                                  Months




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              National Certificate: Metals Production NQF Level 4
Introduction: This is the third qualification in a series designed for learners who want to follow a career in a ferrous
or non-ferrous metals production working environment. The series outlines a learning progression from NQF level 2 to
NQF level 4 for learners learning and working in for example, the iron and steel, tin, aluminium, graphite, copper, and
zinc production industries. It reflects the skills, knowledge and understanding required to participate effectively in
processes within the above-mentioned industries, whether in small, medium or large operations. For those who have
been in the workplace for a long time, this qualification represents part of the RPL process to acknowledge workplace
skills acquired without the benefit of formal education or training.


                                         SAQA Qualification ID number – 65193
Target group:                                               Certification:                                           Duration:
                                                            The Qualification consists of a Fundamental, a
All relevant production employees, who completed            Core and an Elective Component. To be                      12
Metals production NQF, level 3.                             awarded the Qualification learners are required           Months
                                                            to obtain a minimum of 140 credits as detailed
                                                            below.
Entry Level Requirements:
                                                            Fundamental: 56 credits (compulsory).
   National Certificate: Metals Production NQF             Core: 74 credits (compulsory).
    Level 3                                                 Elective: A minimum of 10 credits.

                                                            If competent a competence certificate will
                                                            be issued by merSETA

                                               QUALIFICATION OUTLINE
                       Unit                                                                                          Duration:
                     standard                            UNIT STANDARD TITLE                               Credits
                        ID
Core                               Control a production process , the modules covered are:
                                    Controlling the slipping of electrodes to maintain
                                                                                                                       12
                                      electrode lengths
                                                                                                                      Months
                                    Controlling the electrical operation of the furnace to
                                      smelt the burden efficiently
                      259694        Preparing the furnace for maintenance                                   25
                                    Inspecting furnace equipment and monitoring of
                                      auxiliaries
                                    Controlling the furnace cooling water system
                                    Operating a gas cleaning system

Core                               Demonstrate understanding of the implementation of
                      120366       occupational health, safety and environmental legislation in               9
                                   the work place
Core                  243301       Manage safety and emergency incidences                                     6
Core                               Monitor and control quality control practices in a
                       14586                                                                                  8
                                   manufacturing/engineering environment
Core                  259685       Plan and set-up a metals production process                               13
Fundamental                        Accommodate audience and context needs in oral/signed
                      119472                                                                                  5
                                   communication
Fundamental           119457       Interpret and use information from texts                                   5
Fundamental                        Use language and communication in occupational learning
                      119467                                                                                  5
                                   programmes
Fundamental                        Write/present/sign texts for a range of communicative
                      119465                                                                                  5
                                   contexts
Fundamental                        Apply knowledge of statistics and probability to critically
                       9015        interrogate and effectively communicate findings on life                   6
                                   related problems

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Fundamental                     Engage in sustained oral/signed communication and
                    119462                                                                                 5
                                evaluate spoken/signed texts
Fundamental         119469      Read/view, analyse and respond to a variety of texts                       5
Fundamental                     Represent analyse and calculate shape and motion in 2-
                     9016                                                                                  4
                                and 3-dimensional space in different contexts
Fundamental                     Use language and communication in occupational learning
                    119471                                                                                 5
                                programmes
Fundamental                     Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial
                     7468       aspects of personal, business, national and international                  6
                                issues
Fundamental         119459      Write/present/sign for a wide range of contexts                            5
Elective            259695      Control the operation of a pelletizing process                             25
                                                                                                       Duration   12
                                                                                                                  Months




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                            Metals Production Skills Programme
Introduction: The skills programme was compiled from the Qualification metals production NQF level 2 (SAQA ID:
49018) and consists of some of the Core, Fundamental and electives unit standards in the level 2 qualification. The
skills programme is to equip the learner enabling him /her to fill the gaps in the plant to fill vacant positions, with
competent employees, on the tap floors and at the transport department as they cover all the relevant licences as
well.
                                         MerSETA registration no SP 0005/06-17
Target group:                                                Certification:                                          Duration:

All relevant production employees or unemployed              The qualification is composed of Fundamental,           5 Months
learners, as required per production needs, without          Core and Elective learning components:
previous certification.
Entry Level Requirements:                                       Fundamental: 34 credits (compulsory)
                                                                Core: 46 credits (compulsory)
    Minimum Literacy and Numeracy ABET 4 or                    Elective: A minimum of 38 elective credits is
         NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9                                   required for this Skills qualification.

                                                             If competent a competence certificate will
                                                             be issued by merSETA

                                               QUALIFICATION OUTLINE
                        Unit                                                                                         Duration:
                      standard                           UNIT STANDARD TITLE                               Credits
                         ID
       Core             9878       Complete post-production and finishing operations                          3
       Core            12483       Perform basic first aid                                                    4      5 Months
       Core             9443       Work safely and use safety equipment                                       7
       Core            114881      Prepare, use and operate equipment to support a                            32
                                   manufacturing process, the modules covered are:
                                    Prepare Tap floor
                                    Opening the taphole (Drill)
                                    Tapping the Furnace by means of lancing
                                    Tap to recover molten product
                                    Closing the taphole (Mud-gun)

    Fundamental         8963       Access and use information from texts                                      5
    Fundamental        13217       Collect and use information                                                5
    Fundamental        12461       Communicate at work                                                        5
    Fundamental         8962       Maintain and adapt oral communication                                      5
    Fundamental         9268       Manage basic personal finance                                              6
    Fundamental         8964       Write for a defined context                                                5
    Fundamental        12463       Understand and deal with HIV/AIDS                                          3
      Elective         13222       Deal with safety, health and environmental emergencies in                  4
                                   the workplace
      Elective         116231      Operate overhead crane ( cab / pendant / remote )                          8
      Elective         14568       Use tractor to tow various implement and attachments                       4
      Elective         116990      Conduct advanced front end loader operations                               16
      Elective          8038       Forklift Operations                                                        6
                                                                                                          Duration   5 Months


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       Separate Training Modules for a Production Process

      Smelter Operations, Prepare the furnace for Maintenance
Introduction: Understand the importance of preparing the furnace for maintenance and pre start inspections.

                                SAQA unit standard ID number – 259694 & 259685
Target group:                            Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,           Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          20 Days
artisans, or, as required per                Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous            Competent
certification                                2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                         If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 3 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                               Duration:
   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
                                                                                                               20 Days
    regulations

   Electrodes and Burns

   Prevention of minor injuries and burns

   Legislation

   Prepare the furnace for Maintenance

   Start up the furnace after the shut down

   De isolation and pre start inspection of furnace and equipment

   Actions to be taken should sub standard conditions and problems occur

   Lockout procedure and the consequences of non –compliance

   Appropriate Personal protective Equipment

   Safe working procedures

   Affected parties and team members

   Baseline Risk assessment




                                                                                                    Duration   20 Days




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          Smelter Operations, Operate a Gas Cleaning System
Introduction: The learner will be able to operate all task specific equipment and machinery and plan the work
activity to remove airborne dust by operating a gas cleaning system

                                SAQA unit standard ID number – 259694 & 259685
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 3 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                              Duration:
   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
                                                                                                               15 Days
    regulations

   Purpose of Gas Cleaning

   Components in a gas cleaning system

   Exhaust stacks and flares

   Prepare to remove airborne dust

   Personal protective equipment

   Procedures

   Shutdown and purge checks

   Affected parties and team members

   Safe working procedures




                                                                                                   Duration   15 days




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       Smelter Operations, Inspecting Furnace Equipment And
                       Monitoring Auxiliaries
Introduction:
Understand the furnace operator is the key figure of responsibility for the furnace and auxiliary equipment

                               SAQA unit standard ID number – 259694 & 259685
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 3 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                              Duration:

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment
                                                                                                              15 Days
   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations

   Inspection and monitoring of furnace equipment

   Furnace constructions and lining temperature monitoring

   Inspection and monitoring of downstream equipment

   Inspection and monitoring of upstream equipment

   Pre start inspection after shutdown

   Inspection of furnace gas cleaning plant

   Affected parties and team members

   Safe working procedures




                                                                                                   Duration   15 Days




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    Smelter Operations, Controlling the slipping of electrodes to
                    maintain electrode lengths
Introduction: Understand the theory of self baking or self forming paste electrodes as well as prefabricated
carbon electrodes and the application for electrical Arc furnace

                               SAQA unit standard ID number – 259694 & 259685
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
    NQF 3 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                              Duration:
   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment
                                                                                                              15 Days
   The hazards and risks associated, OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery regulations

   Information on electrical ARC furnace

   Information on furnace electrodes

   Paste electrode column

   Paste electrode management

   Slipping and baking of paste electrodes

   Slipping or re-gripping the fabricated Graphite electrodes

   Appropriate Personal protective Equipment

   Safe working procedures

   Affected parties and team members

   Lockout procedure and the consequences of non –compliance




                                                                                                   Duration   15 Days




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    Smelter Operations, Controlling The Furnace Cooling System
Introduction: Understand the importance and necessity for cooling of electrical circuits and furnace operation

                               SAQA unit standard ID number – 259694 & 259685
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 3 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                              Duration:

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment
                                                                                                              15 Days
   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations

   Cooling of heat generated by the by Furnace transformer

   The cooling tower

   The cooling water supply pump

   Furnace shell cooling and inspection

   Protection and cooling of furnace doors ,frames and roofs

   Cooling of furnace bottoms

   Temperature control for paste electrodes

   Monitoring and control of furnace cooling system

   Temperature recording and monitoring of furnace linings

   Furnace shell cooling and inspection

   Furnace equipment cooling

   Safe working procedures

   Actions to be taken should sub standard conditions and problems occur



                                                                                                   Duration   15 Days




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     Smelter Operations, Controlling electrical operation of the
              furnace to smelt the burden efficiently
Introduction: Understand basic electrical principles and advanced electrical formulas and apply basic
electrical formulas for furnace power consumption

                                      SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                            Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,           Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          15 Days
artisans, or, as required per                Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous            Competent
certification                                2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                         If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                               Duration:
   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations

   Electrocution and burns
                                                                                                               15 Days
   Legislation

   Basic electrical principles

   Alternating current (AC)

   How the ARC furnace power transformer works

   Complex AC circuits in ARC furnace

   Instrumentation

   Controlling the electrical operation of the furnace

   Starting up and warm up a cold furnace

   Baking paste electrodes

   Controlling normal electrical operations

   Safe working procedures

   Actions to be taken should sub standard conditions and problems occur




                                                                                                    Duration   15 Days




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             Smelter Operations, Prepare Casting Equipment
Introduction: This material will help the learner identify and operate all task specific equipment and
machinery and plan the work activity to prepare casting equipment

                                     SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                           Certification:                                                       Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                         15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9

                                               COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                             Duration:

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations
                                                                                                             15 Days
   Base line risk assessment

   Mechanical aids and equipment

   Inspect equipment

   Specified lockout procedures

   Prepare casting equipment

   Affected parties and team members

   Safe working procedures

   Appropriate Personal protective Equipment

   Lockout procedure and the consequences of non –compliance




                                                                                                  Duration   15 Days




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                           Smelter Operations, Prepare a ladle
Introduction: To ensure how to prepare a ladle and to maximize the life of a ladle ensuring a quality product

                                     SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
    NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                              Duration:

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
                                                                                                              15 Days
    regulations

   Inspect and clean a ladle

   Repair a ladle

   Safe working procedures for using a circular saw

   Operating procedures

   Ladle reline process

   Affected parties and team members

   Safe working procedures

   Appropriate Personal protective Equipment




                                                                                                   Duration   15 days




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                 Smelter Operations, Handling Molten Material
Introduction: The learner will be able to perform the correct maintenance, and operational procedures when
handling molten material.

                                      SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                           Certification:                                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
   Overhead Crane licence Hot
    Metal.

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                               Duration:


   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment
                                                                                                               15 Days
   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations

   Base line assessment

   Plan work activity

   Molten material Requirements

   Inspecting equipment

   Handle molten material

   Safe working procedures

   Appropriate Personal protective Equipment

   Unsafe acts conditions ,and heat stress and in the workplace

   Lockout procedure and the consequences of non –compliance

   Actions to be taken should sub standard conditions and problems occur

   Affected parties and team members




                                                                                                               15 days




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    Smelter Operations, Controlling the proportions of raw materials
                   required for the smelting process
Introduction: By the time the course has finished the learner will be able to perform maintenance and
operational procedures in the required time while controlling the proportions of raw material

                                       SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                            Certification:                                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees,           Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           15 Days
artisans, or, as required per                Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous            Competent
certification                                2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                         If competent a competence certificate will be issued
    Minimum Literacy and
     Numeracy ABET 4 or
         NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                Duration:


    Safety Steps and Risk Assessment
                                                                                                                15 Days
    The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
     regulations

    Components of raw material proportioning

    Legal and specific requirements

    Baseline risk assessment

    Personal Protective equipment

    Specific lock out procedures

    Operational duties when controlling the proportioning of raw materials to the furnace

    Safe working procedures

    Actions to be taken should sub standard conditions and problems occur

    Unsafe conditions




                                                                                                     Duration   15 Days




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    Smelter Operations, Control solid paste level to compensate for
                        electrode consumption
Introduction: The learner will understand, identify and operate all task specific equipment and machinery and
plan the work activity to control solid paste levels

                                        SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                             Certification:                                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees,            Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           15 Days
artisans, or, as required per                 Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous             Competent
certification                                 2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                          If competent a competence certificate will be issued
    Minimum Literacy and
     Numeracy ABET 4 or
     NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                   COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                 Duration:
    Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

    The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
     regulations

    Preparing to control solid paste levels
                                                                                                                 15 Days
    Components of electrode and their functions

    Electrode operation Requirements

    Resins of low molecular mass

    The aggregate and their effect on the quality of carbon paste

    Forming of Söderberg electrodes

    Electrode paste baking

    Paste Storage

    Paste level control

    Safety equipment

    Lock out procedures

    Duties preparing to control solid paste levels

    Affected parties and team members

    Safe working procedures

    Appropriate Personal protective Equipment

                                                                                                      Duration   15 Days



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Smelter Operations, Charging and stoking the furnace in order to
            obtain the desired operating condition
Introduction: The learner will understand and be able to perform correct maintenance and operational
procedures within the required time while stoking the Furnace

                                       SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                           Certification:                                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
   Forklift Licence

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                               Duration:

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
                                                                                                               15 Days
    regulations

   Preparing to cast and stoke a furnace

   Tools and equipment

   Baseline risk assessment

   Personal Protective Equipment

   Operating the stoker/Stoking car

   Safe working procedures

   Affected parties and team members

   Lockout procedure and the consequences of non - compliance




                                                                                                               15 Days
                                                                                                    Duration



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                     Smelter Operations, Casting Molten Metal
Introduction: Understand ,identify and operate all task specific equipment and machinery to cast molten metal

                                      SAQA unit standard ID number – 259697
Target group:                           Certification:                                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           15 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
    NQF 2 or RPL, Grade 9
   Overhead Crane Licence Hot
    Metal

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                               Duration:

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
                                                                                                               15 Days
    regulations

   Baseline Risk assessment

   Affected parties and team members

   Safe working procedures

   Appropriate Personal protective Equipment

   Prepare for Casting

   Unsafe acts & conditions , and heat stress in the workplace

   Lockout procedure and the consequences of non –compliance

   Specialised casting process

   Actions to be taken should sub standard conditions and problems occur

   Hazards and associated risks preparing the granulation of molten metal

   Practical training in the Casting Molten Metal




                                                                                                    Duration   15 days




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                        Smelter Operations, Prepare the Tap floor
Introduction: The training will help the learner to understand identify and operate all task specific equipment and machinery
and plan the work activity to prepare the tap floor

                                             SAQA unit standard ID number – 114881
Target group:                              Certification:                                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees,                                                                                10 Days
                                               Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate
artisans, or, as required per production
needs, without previous certification          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
                                                Competent
Entry Level Requirements:                      2 re-writes allowed per module

   Minimum Literacy and Numeracy
    ABET 4 or                              If competent a competence certificate will be issued
    NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                  Duration:
   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery regulations

   Job instructions                                                                                              10 Days

   Machine aid and handling tools

   Tapping materials

   Affected parties and team members

   Safe working procedures

   Unsafe conditions and acts

   Heat stress Hazards

   Appropriate Personal protective Equipment

   Inspecting equipment

   Tapping runner

   Problem solving of tap floor equipment




                                                                                                      Duration    10 Days




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          Smelter Operations, Opening a Tap hole by means of a
                                                       Tap hole drill
Introduction: To inform the learner of the importance of drilling a furnace tap hole correctly and in a safe manner.

                                                SAQA unit standard ID number – 114881
Target group:                                   Certification:                                                     Duration

All relevant production employees,                                                                                     10 Days
                                                   Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate
artisans, or, as required per production
needs, without previous certification              Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
                                                    Competent
Entry Level Requirements:                          2 re-writes allowed per module

   Minimum Literacy and Numeracy
    ABET 4 or                                   If competent a competence certificate will be issued
    NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                      COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                   Duration:
   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery regulations

   Electrocution and Burns                                                                                            10 Days

   Heat stress Hazards

   Safe working procedures

   Unsafe conditions and acts

   Appropriate Personal protective equipment

   Prevention of minor injuries and burns

   Legislation

   Prepare to drill at taphole

   Typical control panel for a taphole Drill

   Drilling the taphole procedure

   Emergency procedures

   Completed duties Preparing the tapping process

   Operation of the tap hole drill




                                                                                                       Duration    10 Days




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     Smelter Operations, Tapping a furnace by means of lancing
Introduction:     The process of opening the tap hole by means of an oxygen lances.

                                        SAQA unit standard ID number – 114881
Target group:                             Certification:                                                         Duration:

All relevant production employees,            Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                           10 Days
artisans, or, as required per                 Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous             Competent
certification                                 2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                          If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                   COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                                 Duration:
   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations
                                                                                                                     10 Days
   Electrocution and Burns

   Safe working procedures

   Unsafe conditions and acts

   Heat stress Hazards

   Appropriate Personal protective equipment

   Prevention of minor injuries and burns

   Exposure to dust and gases

   Legislation

   Examining and using tools and equipment

   Main components of lancing equipment

   Base line risk assessment

   Prepare to tap the furnace

   Burn the taphole open with a oxygen lance

   Complete duties preparing the tapping process


                                                                                                                 10 Days


                                                                                                      Duration




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    Smelter Operations, Tap furnace to recover the melted product
Introduction: To understand and perform the correct maintenance and operational procedures while operating
the equipment and tap the furnace correctly.

                                      SAQA unit standard ID number – 114881
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          10 Days
artisans, or, as required per               Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
production needs, without previous           Competent
certification                               2 re-writes allowed per module
Entry Level Requirements:
                                        If competent a competence certificate will be issued
   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or
        NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                               Duration:

   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment:

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations
                                                                                                              10 Days
   Mechanical aids and auxiliaries

   Lifting equipment (OHC ) used

   Tapping equipment

   Tapping Material used

   Communication aids used

   Safety equipment used

   The tapping process

   Inspect and clean tap floor

   Pre preparation of opening a taphole

   When to Close the taphole

   Safe working procedures

   Unsafe conditions and acts

   Heat stress Hazards

   Appropriate Personal protective equipment




                                                                                                   Duration   10 Days



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Smelter Operations, Closing the tap hole by means of a mud gun
Introduction: To understand and be able to perform the correct maintenance and operational procedures
within the required time while closing the taphole with a mud gun.

                                     SAQA unit standard ID number – 114881
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          10 Days
artisans, or, as required per
production needs, without previous          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
certification                                Competent
Entry Level Requirements:                   2 re-writes allowed per module

   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or                  If competent a competence certificate will be issued
        NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                              Duration:


   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations
                                                                                                               10 Days
   What is important in closing a taphole

   Burns

   Affected parties and team members

   Safe working procedures

   Unsafe conditions and acts

   Heat stress Hazards

   Appropriate Personal protective equipment

   Operating parameters

   Sub –standard conditions and problems of preparing to the close tap hole

    Baseline risk assessment

   Prepare to close the taphole

   Completed duties to the closing of a taphole




                                                                                                              10 Days




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                       Smelter Operations, Maintain the tap hole
Introduction: To know how to maintain a taphole to maximise the life of the taphole ensuring a quality product
and a safe continuous process

                                     SAQA unit standard ID number – 114881
Target group:                           Certification:                                                        Duration:

All relevant production employees,          Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                          10 Days
artisans, or, as required per
production needs, without previous          Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet
certification                                Competent
Entry Level Requirements:                   2 re-writes allowed per module

   Minimum Literacy and
    Numeracy ABET 4 or                  If competent a competence certificate will be issued
        NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
                                                                                                              Duration:


   Safety Steps and Risk Assessment:

   The hazards and risks associated, pertaining to OHS Act,1993 and General Machinery
    regulations
                                                                                                              10 Days
   Prepare for maintenance

   Job instructions

   Mechanical aids

   Procedure for a pneumatic Jackhammer operation

   Problem solving of the pneumatic jackhammer

   Maintain taphole with a rodding car

   Safe working procedures

   Unsafe conditions and acts

   Appropriate Personal protective

   Inspecting equipment

   Affected parties and team members




                                                                                                   Duration   10 Days




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                  ENGINEERING TRAINING




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1. Apprenticeships

   What is an apprenticeship?

      Apprenticeship: refers to the traditional technical training system, including practical and
       theoretical components offered mostly in trade type occupations.

      An apprenticeship is a work-based route to learning and gaining a trade qualification.

   What are the advantages of taking on an apprentice for my company?

      Higher availability of qualified workers for filling posts.

      Apprenticeships are created specifically to suite specific industry needs; you will have
       employees that are skilled for your industry.

      Improved job performance due to more up-skilled employees.

      Increased profit margins due to improved employee performance.

   What is the process for undertaking apprentices?

      Employer is workplace approved by an ETQA to undertake apprentice training.

      Apprentice is indentured in a designated trade in terms of the Manpower Training Act
       provisions.

      A contract is signed by the employer and apprentice (guardian if under 18 years of age).

      All apprentices sign a contract with the relevant SETA.

      To qualify for a trade test one must have completed N2 certificate (4 subjects) including
       relevant trade test theory. An exemption to this requirement may be granted.

      Remissions of time may be granted under metal Chamber Conditions of Apprentices, if
       training Schedules / declarations are completed.

      Trade test application is made once all relevant training has been completed.

      Qualification obtained by national trade test at an accredited trade test centre.

   If successful, award of a National trade test certificate by relevant SETA and the apprentice
   is deemed to be a qualified artisan.

   What is the duration of an apprenticeship?

      A minimum of 80 weeks (subject to the completion of all the modules and work
       experience).

      A minimum of 40 weeks training in a training centre excluding trade test preparation and
       assessment.

      A maximum of four years.

   What are the conditions of an apprenticeship?

      Minimum entry age – 16 years.

      Grade 9, English or Afrikaans, Maths or Science and 2 other subjects or 4 – subjects N1
       with trade theory.




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                      Fitter and Turner Apprenticeship

No.                                   Course Description                                             Duration
1.1    Generic Training                                                                              15 Days
       Orientation:
        Induction
          Safety
          Basic First Aid training
          Basic Fire training
          Electrical Safety




No.                             Course Description                                                   Duration
1.2    Basic Workshop Practice:                                                                      25 days
        Materials, Engineering Drawings & Sketches
          Measuring and Measuring Equipment
          Marking Off
          Hand Tools
          Workshop Tools

No.                             Course Description                                                   Duration
1.3    Hand Skills:                                                                                  40 Days
        Fabricate a Project Applicable to the Trade

          Keys & Locking Devices

          Threads and Pitches

          Basic Bearing Maintenance

          Lubrication

          Allowances & Tolerances of Fits

          Basic Gas Cutting & Welding

          Basic Arc Welding

No.                             Course Description                                                   Duration
 2     Intermediate Training                                                                         20 Days
2.1    Bearings and Seals - Advanced
        Bearings, Lubrication and Assemblies

          Drawings and Sketches

          Workshop Tools

          Measuring Equipment




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No.                                 Course Description                                                Duration
2.2    Marking Off Flanges                                                                             20 Days
       Keys & Locking Devices
       Couplings and Installation off Machines
       Drives
        Chains

          “V” - Belts

No.                                 Course Description                                                Duration
2.3    Basic Machining                                                                                35 Days
        Centre Lathe

          Milling Machine

No.                                 Course Description                                                Duration
2.4    Basic Rigging                                                                                   5 Days
No.                                 Course Description                                                Duration
3      Advanced Training                                                                              15 Days
3.1    Mechanical Fitting
        Pumps

          Brakes and Clutches

No.                                 Course Description                                                Duration
3.2    Hydraulics
                                                                                                      10 Days
        Basic Hydraulics

No.                                 Course Description                                                Duration
3.3    Pneumatics                                                                                      5 Days
        Basic Pneumatics

No.                             Course Description                                                    Duration
3.4    Mechanical Fitting and Turning                                                                 35 Days
        Advanced Turning

          Advanced Milling




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                                  Fitter Apprenticeship
No.                                    Course Description                                           Duration
 1      Generic Training                                                                            15 Days
1.1     Orientation:
         Induction
           Safety
           Basic First Aid training
           Basic Fire training
           Electrical Safety




No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.2     Basic Workshop Practice:                                                                    25 days
         Materials, Engineering Drawings & Sketches
           Measuring and Measuring Equipment
           Marking Off
           Hand Tools
           Workshop Tools

No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.3     Hand Skills:                                                                                 40Days
         Fabricate a Project Applicable to the Trade

           Keys & Locking Devices

           Threads and Pitches

           Basic Bearing Maintenance

           Lubrication

           Allowances & Tolerances of Fits

           Basic Gas Cutting & Welding

           Basic Arc Welding

No.                              Course Description                                                 Duration
 2      Intermediate Training                                                                       25 Days
2.1     Bearings and Seals - Advanced
         Bearings, Lubrication and Assemblies

           Drawings and Sketches

           Workshop Tools

           Measuring Equipment




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No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
2.2     Marking Off Flanges                                                                           30 Days
        Keys & Locking Devices
        Couplings and Installation off Machines
        Drives
         Chains

           “V” - Belts

No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
2.4     Basic Rigging                                                                                 5 Days
No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
 3      Advanced Training                                                                            25 Days
3.1     Mechanical Fitting
         Pumps

           Brakes and Clutches

No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
3.2     Hydraulics
                                                                                                     10 Days
         Basic Hydraulics

No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
3.3     Pneumatics                                                                                    5 Days
         Basic Pneumatics

No.                             Course Description                                                   Duration
3.4     Mechanical Fitting and Turning                                                               20 Days
         Basic Turning

           Basic Milling




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                                Turner Apprenticeship
No.                                    Course Description                                           Duration
 1      Generic Training                                                                            15 Days
1.1     Orientation:
         Induction
           Safety
           Basic First Aid training
           Basic Fire training
           Electrical Safety




No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.2     Basic Workshop Practice:                                                                    25 days
         Materials, Engineering Drawings & Sketches
           Measuring and Measuring Equipment
           Marking Off
           Hand Tools
           Workshop Tools

No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.3     Hand Skills:                                                                                40 Days
         Fabricate a Project Applicable to the Trade

           Keys & Locking Devices

           Threads and Pitches

           Basic Bearing Maintenance

           Lubrication

           Allowances & Tolerances of Fits

           Basic Gas Cutting & Welding

           Basic Arc Welding

No.                              Course Description                                                 Duration
 2      Intermediate Training                                                                       15 Days
2.1     Bearings and Seals - Advanced
         Bearings, Lubrication and Assemblies

           Drawings and Sketches

           Workshop Tools

           Measuring Equipment




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No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
2.2     Keys & Locking Devices                                                                         5 Days
No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
2.3     Basic Machining                                                                               35 Days
        Centre Lathe
        Milling Machine
No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration

2.4     Basic Rigging                                                                                 5 Days
No.                                 Course Description                                               Duration
 1      Advanced Training                                                                            35 Days
1.1     Advanced Machining
         Centre Lathe

           Milling Machine




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                          Boilermaker Apprenticeship
No.                                    Course Description                                           Duration
 1.     Generic Training                                                                            15 Days
1.1     Orientation:
         Induction
           Safety
           Basic First Aid training
           Basic Fire training
           Electrical Safety




No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.2     Basic Workshop Practice:                                                                    25 days
         Materials, Engineering Drawings & Sketches
           Measuring and Measuring Equipment
           Marking Off
           Hand Tools
           Workshop Tools

No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.3     Hand Skills:                                                                                40 Days
         Fabricate a Project Applicable to the Trade

           Keys & Locking Devices

           Threads and Pitches

           Basic Bearing Maintenance

           Lubrication

           Allowances & Tolerances of Fits

           Basic Gas Cutting & Welding

           Basic Arc Welding




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No.                                  Course Description                                               Duration
 2       Intermediate Training                                                                         55 Days
2.1      Welding
          Materials Drawings & Sketches

            Principles & Techniques of Marking off

            Thermal Applications

            Machines

            Oxy – Fuel gas Cutting

            Oxy Fuel Gas Welding & Brazing

            Shielded Metal Arc Welding

            Gas Cutting and Heating

            Arc Welding

No.                                  Course Description                                               Duration
2.2.     Basic Rigging                                                                                 5 Days
No.                             Course Description                                                    Duration
 1       Advanced Training                                                                            60 Days
1.1      Boiler making - Advanced
          Drawing and Sketches

            Gas Cutting and Heating - Advanced

            Advanced Arc Welding

            Developments & Structures

            Developments

            Structural Boiler making

            MIG & TIG Welding




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                            Electrical Apprenticeship
No.                                    Course Description                                            Duration
 1      Generic Training                                                                             15 Days
1.1     Orientation:
         Induction
           Safety
           Basic First Aid training
           Basic Fire training
           Electrical Safety



No.                             Course Description                                                   Duration
1.2     Basic Workshop Practice:                                                                     25 days
         Materials, Engineering Drawings & Sketches
           Measuring and Measuring Equipment
           Marking Off
           Hand Tools
           Workshop Tools

No.                               Course Description                                                 Duration
1.3     Hand Skills:                                                                                  40 Days
         Fabricate a Project Applicable to the Trade

           Keys & Locking Devices

           Threads and Pitches

           Basic Bearing Maintenance

           Lubrication

           Electrical & Electronic Test Instruments

           Drawings & Sketches

           Cables & Conductors

No.                               Course Description                                                 Duration
 1      Intermediate Training                                                                        60 Days
1.1     Electrical 1
         Electrical & Electronic Test Instruments

           Drawings & Sketches

           Soldering

           Basic Gas Cutting & Heating

           Basic Gas Welding & Brazing

           Basic Arc welding

           Cables & Conductors



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            A C Machines

            Transformers

            D C Machines

            Electronics & Protection Equipment

No.                                  Course Description                                               Duration
2.2.     Basic Rigging                                                                                 5 Days
No.                                  Course Description                                               Duration
 1.      Advanced Training                                                                            65 Days
1.1      Electrical 2
          Conductors

            AC Machines

            Cables

            DC Machines

            Wiring & Installation

            Drawing & Sketches

            Fault Finding on Various Panels

            PLC




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                        Instrumentation Apprenticeship
No.                                    Course Description                                           Duration
 1.     Generic Training                                                                            15 Days
1.1     Orientation:
         Induction
           Safety
           Basic First Aid training
           Basic Fire training
           Electrical Safety




No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.2     Basic Workshop Practice:                                                                    25 days
         Materials, Engineering Drawings & Sketches
           Measuring and Measuring Equipment
           Marking Off
           Hand Tools
           Workshop Tools

No.                             Course Description                                                   Duration
1.3     Hand Skills:                                                                           40 Days
         Fabricate a Project Applicable to the Trade

           Keys & Locking Devices

           Threads and Pitches

           Basic Bearing Maintenance

           Lubrication

           Allowances & Tolerances of Fits

           Introduction to process control

No.                               Course Description                                                Duration
 1.     Intermediate Training                                                                       50 Days
1.1     Electrical 1
         Electrical & Electronic Test Instruments

           Drawings & Sketches

           Basic Gas Cutting & Welding

           Basic Arc Welding

           Soldering

           Cables & Conductors

           A C Machines

           Transformers



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           Electronics & Protection Equipment

           Temperature measurement

No.                                 Course Description                                            Duration
1.2     Basic Rigging                                                                              5 Days
No.                                 Course Description                                            Duration
 1.     Advanced Training                                                                         55 Days
1.1     Instrumentation
         PLC

           Introduction to process control

           Measurement Variables

           Temperature Measurement

           Final Control Elements

           Micro Processor

           Instrument Control Loops




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                                Welder Apprenticeship
No.                                    Course Description                                           Duration
 1.     Generic Training                                                                            15 Days
1.1     Orientation:
         Induction
           Safety
           Basic First Aid training
           Basic Fire training
           Electrical Safety




No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
1.2     Basic Workshop Practice:                                                                    25 days
         Materials, Engineering Drawings & Sketches
           Measuring and Measuring Equipment
           Marking Off
           Hand Tools
           Workshop Tools

No.                             Course Description                                                   Duration
1.3     Hand Skills:                                                                           40 Days
         Fabricate a Project Applicable to the Trade

           Keys & Locking Devices

           Threads and Pitches

           Basic Bearing Maintenance

           Lubrication

           Allowances & Tolerances of Fits

           Basic Gas Cutting & Welding

           Basic Arc Welding

No.                             Course Description                                                  Duration
 1.     Intermediate Training                                                                       35 Days
1.1     Welding 1
         Materials Drawings & Sketches

           Principles & Techniques of Sketches

           Thermal Applications

           Machines

           Oxy – Fuel gas Cutting

           Oxy Fuel Gas Welding & Brazing

           Shielded Metal Arc Welding



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      No.                                 Course Description                                           Duration
      1.2     Basic Rigging                                                                             5 Days
      No.                             Course Description                                               Duration
       1.     Advanced Training                                                                         60Days
      1.1     Welding 2
               Oxy – Fuel gas Cutting

                 Oxy Fuel Gas Welding & Brazing

                 Shielded Metal Arc Welding Thermal Applications

                 Gas Metal Arc Welding

                 Gas Tungsten Welding




                                    Trade Related Services

No.                                Course Description                                                Duration
1.      Assessments

             Recognition of Prior Learning assessment                                                2 Days

             Trade Test Readiness assessment                                                         2 Days

             Trade Test Preparation
              Fitter and Turner, Turner, Electrician, and Fitter, and Welder.                        20 Days

             Boilermaker                                                                            30 Days

             Trade Test Assessment                                                                   2 Days


No.                                Course Description                                                Duration
2.      Accommodation

             Accommodation is available at a nearby guesthouse which                                  N/a
              includes Bed, Breakfast and Dinner. Transport is provided to the
              training centre and back to the guesthouse which is all inclusive
              on the daily accommodation fees.

             Meals (tickets issued by MMTI to be used at Restaurant)                                1 per day




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                       GENERAL TRAINING




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                                           REPORT WRITING
Introduction: To enable the candidate to research, prepare, draft & present reports
              To develop a reader-centred approach
              To recognise and correct barriers to effective written communication
              Lay out documents with regard to readability

                                        SAQA unit standard ID number – 12153
Target group:                             Certification:                                                    Duration:

Employees/community workers/                  Practical assessment
unemployed people in need of                  If not yet competent, a work session can be                  2 Days
writing skills to present memo‟s,              scheduled before handing in the final report
reports etc.

                                                    If competent a certificate will be issued.
Entry Level Requirements:

    Grade 12
    Level 3 writing skills
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE

Report writing

   Structure of a report
   Introduction to the report
   Body of the report
   Conclusion

Preparing to write a report

   Planning your report
   Resources
   Know your reader
   Persuasions
   Presentation of a report
   General layout
   Presentation
   Using statistics
   Checklists
   Drafting

   The 5 stages up to reproducing are discussed.

   Presenting a report

   Practical Assessment & Assignment



                                                         2 Days




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                   PROBLEM SOLVING & DECISION MAKING
Introduction: The Results Directed Management approach to problem solving was designed in South Africa
to provide practical solutions to the problem solving needs of South African companies. Our approach to
problem solving provides all levels of employees with the appropriate problem solving process skills to allow
meaningful participation in problem solving activities.




                                    SAQA unit standard ID number – none

Target group:                                      Certification:                                              Durati
Management and subject matter experts              A certificate of competence will be issued based            on:
                                                   on the following:
Entry level requirements:                                                                                      3
 3 Years at a senior supervisory or                                                                           Days
                                                      Theoretical assessments during programme
   management level.                                                                                           theory
                                                      Practical application assessment post the
 3 years as a subject matter expert                                                                           and
                                                       course
                                                                                                               practic
                                                                                                               al
                                 COURSE PROVIDER: RDM & ASSOCIATES

                                                COURSE OUTLINE

   Assess complex situations and plan appropriate actions
        Use basic and advanced assessment techniques to analyse complex or vague situations in order to
         identify and prioritise issues requiring action.
        Plan and implement objective based action plans to deal with the prioritised issues.
        Use a tracking system approach to manage the facilitation of problem and decision resolution
   Solve problems [technical and people]
        Find and prove the root cause of problems using basic and advanced problem solving techniques.
        Facilitate formal problem solving sessions to lead teams to resolve problems
         [project approach to problem solving]
        Implement pro-active action to ensure prevention of similar problems in the future.
   Make complex decisions to solve problems
        Make balanced complex decisions ensuring that all solutions are evaluated against agreed selection
         criteria and that all possible risks are identified.
        Make and assess complex recommendations
   Plan and implement decisions
        Prepare and implement dynamic action plans including preventive and contingent actions to ensure
         the successful implementation of decisions.




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           PEOPLE PROBLEM SOLVING & DECISION MAKING
Introduction: The RDM approach to problem solving was designed in South Africa to provide practical
solutions to the problem solving needs of South African companies. Our approach to problem solving provides
all levels of employees with the appropriate problem solving process skills to allow meaningful participation in
problem solving activities.

                                    SAQA unit standard ID number – none

Target group:                                      Certification:                                         Duration:
Management and subject matter experts in           A certificate of competence will be issued
administrative, financial and marketing            based on the following:                                3 Days
environments                                                                                              theory
                                                      Theoretical assessments during programme           and
Entry level requirements:                                                                                 practical
                                                      Practical application assessment post the
 1 Years at a senior supervisory or
                                                       course
   management level.


                                 COURSE PROVIDER: RDM & ASSOCIATES

                                                COURSE OUTLINE
   Assess complex situations and plan appropriate actions
      Use basic and advanced assessment techniques to analyse complex or vague situations in order to
        identify and prioritise issues requiring action.
      Plan and implement objective based action plans to deal with the prioritised issues.

   Solve people problems Use communication and listening skills effectively
      Use employee performance system analysis techniques to find and prove the root cause of people
        performance problems
      Use interactive skills to deal with:
         Poor performance
         Complaints
         Conflict
         Introduction of change
      Use coaching skills to correct poor performance and develop personal mastery

   Make complex decisions to solve problems
      Make balanced complex decisions ensuring that all solutions are evaluated against agreed selection
        criteria and that all possible risks are identified.
      Make and assess complex recommendations

   Plan and implement decisions.
        Prepare and implement dynamic action plans including preventive and contingent actions to ensure
         the successful implementation of decisions.




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        ANALYTIC THINKING SKILLS [ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS]
Introduction: The RDM approach to problem solving was designed in South Africa to provide practical
solutions to the problem solving needs of South African companies. Our approach to problem solving provides
all levels of employees with the appropriate problem solving process skills to allow meaningful participation in
problem solving activities.




                                    SAQA unit standard ID number – none

Target group:                                      Certification:                                              Durati
Middle management, supervision,                    A certificate of competence will be issued based            on:
technicians, artisans and subject matter           on the following:
experts in technical and IT disciplines                                                                        3
                                                      Theoretical assessments during programme                Days
Entry level requirements:                                                                                      theory
                                                      Practical application assessment post the
 1 to 2 years practical production /                                                                          and
                                                       course
   administrative experience                                                                                   practic
                                                                                                               al
                                 COURSE PROVIDER: RDM & ASSOCIATES

                                                COURSE OUTLINE

   Assess situations and plan actions
       Use basic assessment techniques to analyse problems in order to identify, prioritise and track issues
        requiring action.
       Plan and implement objective based action plans to contain [interim action] and resolve prioritized
        problems
       Use a tracking system approach to manage the facilitation of problem and decision resolution [Middle
        Management and IT personnel]
   Solve the root cause of problems and take loop closing action
       Find and prove the root cause of problems using problem solving guides, fishbone diagrams, systemic,
        basic and advanced problem solving techniques
       Participate in formal problem solving sessions
       Prepare problem-solving guides to assist junior personnel to solve problems.
       Identify and implement loop-closing action to avoid the re-occurrence of similar problems
   Make effective decisions to solve problems
       Make decisions ensuring that solutions are evaluated against selection and that potential problems are
        identified
       Make and assess complex recommendations [Middle management & IT disciplines]
   Plan preventative and contingent action
       Plan preventative and contingent action to implement actions and decisions




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                                FIRST LINE TROUBLESHOOTER
Introduction: The RDM approach to problem solving was designed in South Africa to provide practical
solutions to the problem solving needs of South African companies. Our approach to problem solving provides
all levels of employees with the appropriate problem solving process skills to allow meaningful participation in
problem solving activities.

                                        SAQA unit standard ID number – none

Target group:                                           Certification:                                         Durati
Process Operators, trainees, drivers and                A certificate of competence will be issued             on:
apprentices / learners on learner ships
                                                        based on the following:
                                                                                                               2
   Entry level requirements:                                                                                  Days
   Minimum literacy ABET 4 or grade 10                Theoretical assessments during programme
                                                                                                               theory
                                                       Practical application assessment post the
                                                                                                               and
                                                        course
                                                                                                               practic
                                                                                                               al
                                      COURSE PROVIDER: RDM & ASSOCIATES

                                                       COURSE OUTLINE

   Identify problems and waste in the workplace
       Use the 5 senses and the 5 why technique to identify problems.
       Use a waste treasure map to identify waste

   Solve basic and waste problems
       Use stage one problem solving and fishbone techniques to find and prove the root cause of problems.
       Participate in formal problem solving sessions by describing the problem, providing information on
        changes that have taken place and identifying possible causes.
       Use problem-solving guides to identify and verify the root cause of problems.
       Implement loop-closing action to avoid the re-occurrence of similar problems

   Make basic decisions to solve problems
       Make basic decisions ensuring that solutions are evaluated against selection criteria

   Plan preventive actions
       Identify potential problems and plan preventive actions




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            PRACTICAL MENTORING AND COACHING SKILLS
Introduction: In rapidly changing economies, competence development remains a major challenge. It is often
not practical or possible to send employees for training. In many instances the employee is best trained on the
job. When an employee has been trained, developing the skill to perform the work may require specialist input.
To this end RDM has developed the practical mentoring and coaching programme aimed at developing
knowledge, skill and appropriate work behaviours

                    SAQA unit standard: Conduct on-the-job coaching (SAQA ID 7818)
Target group:                                       Certification:                                              Durati
Management, supervision, technicians,               A certificate of competence will be issued based            on:
artisans and subject matter experts                 on the following:
                                                                                                                3
Entry level requirements:                                                                                       Days
                                                       Theoretical assessments during programme
 1 to 2 years practical production /                                                                           theory
                                                       Practical application assessment post the
   administrative / financial / marketing                                                                       and
                                                        course
   experience                                                                                                   practic
                                                                                                                al
                                  COURSE PROVIDER: RDM & ASSOCIATES

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE

   Use the principles of mentoring to mentor the learner‟s development
   Select and use the most appropriate mentoring role to deal with learner needs
   Mentor to build individual success
   Manage the learners performance system
   Use appropriate communication styles to maximise the learners development
   Use adult learning principles to coach the learner
   Use the 6 steps to effective coaching to coach employees not meeting performance competence
    requirements.
   Develop coaching procedures
   Prepare basic knowledge assessments to confirm the employee‟s knowledge of principles, procedures,
    rules, laws, policies, machines and its components and raw materials required.
   Conduct competence assessments using the prepared coaching procedures to observe, judge and record
    the employee‟s competence.




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                        PRACTICAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Introduction: Delegates do not just learn the theory of Project Management. The programme is outcomes
based and require delegates to complete a small practical project working through all four the Project Phases. .
The theory learned is applied immediately and delegates get real time feedback on the results of their project
management.

                                               SAQA unit standard: None
Target group:                                       Certification:                                          Duration:
Management, supervision, technicians,               A certificate of competence will be issued
artisans and subject matter experts                 based on the following:                                 3 Days
                                                                                                            theory
Entry level requirements:                                                                                   and
                                                       Theoretical assessments during programme
 2 to 3 years practical management /                                                                       practical
                                                       Practical application assessment post the
   production / administrative / financial /
                                                        course
   marketing experience

                                   COURSE PROVIDER: RDM & ASSOCIATES

                                                  COURSE OUTLINE

   INITIATE THE PROJECT / WORK
       Clarify and obtain a comprehensive charter, product and project scope and a mandate
       Determine project document requirements
       Build and manage a project team based on the core skills and capabilities required by the project scope
        of work


   PLAN THE PROJECT / WORK
       Plan the scope of work, work breakdown structure and the detailed tasks, estimate the time, money and
        resources required to complete each individual task.
       Plan required resources
       Sequence the tasks, prepare a critical path, identify milestones and complete a risk analysis in order to
        prepare preventive and contingent actions to ensure the success of the project.
       Lay out a project schedule [Gantt chart]


   EXECUTE THE PROJECT
       Manage the execution, quality and scope changes of the project including the preparation and
        presentation of management information on progress, milestones and obstacles [Using MS Project] and
        final end of project administration and feedback.
       Track the projects progress against schedule and collect relevant project information


   CLOSE OUT THE PROJECT
       Close out the project contract and administration.
       Perform a project performance review.
       Document and disseminate learning‟s for future use




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                                        COMPUTER TRAINING
Introduction: To enable the candidate to understand and use the computer
correctly.                                                                               Minimum of 5 learners,
                                                                                         Maximum depends on
To enable the candidate to use a word processing program (Microsoft Word)                computers available.



     SAQA unit standard ID number – 9532 , 7546, 7569

Target group:                             Certification:                                                     Duration:

Employees/community workers/                  Theoretical assessments = 80% pass rate                       1 Day
unemployed people in need of basic            Practical assessments = Competent or Not Yet                  Computer
computer user skills as well as word           Competent                                                     User
processing skills.                            The use of the computer is allowed during                     Technology
                                               theoretical assessments
                                              2 re-writes allowed per module                                2 Days
Entry Level Requirements:                                                                                    Basic and
                                                                                                             Advanced
Literacy and Numeracy ABET 4                    If competent a certificate will be issued.                   Word
or NQF 1 or RPL, Grade 9                                                                                     Processing



                                                  COURSE OUTLINE

          Computer Users Technology                                             Word Processing
                                                                                                             Duration:

                                                                        Computer Software
                                                       Duration
   Theory
                                                                        Word
   The Computer Mouse
                                                                        The Desktop
   The Keyboard
                                                                        Word Processing                     2 x Days
   Computer Viruses
                                                                        Files and Folders
   Case Study (Group work)                             1 x Day                                              Final
                                                                        Find / Search                       assessment
   Assessment                                                                                               2 Hour
                                                                        Assessment                          On the
                                                                                                             computer
                                                                        General rules using a
                                                                         computer

                                                                        Final assessment

                                                                        Format a disc

                                                                        Printer settings

                                                                        System tools




                                                      1 Day                                                  2 Days
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                            GENERIC SUPERVISORY TRAINING
Introduction: Initially the intervention will be lecture room based, theoretical          Learners Attending:
facilitator driven supported by practical skills development exercises in order
to reinforce the theory with the objective to apply the knowledge in the
                                                                                          Minimum of 5 learners per
practical by means of case studies and feedback by the learners.
                                                                                          course
In order to certify the learners competent on the identified dimensions, a
                                                                                          Maximum of 10 learners per
workplace integrated project has to be completed in the workplace that would
                                                                                          course
be submitted to the facilitator for assessment one month after the course
completion.

Target group:

For all supervisors who have not been involved in formal supervisory training
of any kind.
                                      Certification:                                                          Duration:
Entry Level Requirements:

    Grade 12                                If competent a certificate will be issued.
                                                                                                              3 Days
    NQF level

Generic Supervisory Training:

Unit 1: Plan, Organize and Allocate Work:

   Introduction to Supervision:
    The supervisor‟s role; Purpose and general nature of supervision; Qualities of a supervisor; Duties and responsibilities.

   Goals and Objectives:
    Setting smart goals and objectives; Why goals should be set before plans.

   Planning:
    Benefits of long-and short term planning; Forecasting; Programming; Planning activities; Policies and Procedures.

   Problem solving and Decision making:

   Delegation:

   Organization and Organizing:
    Characteristics; Principles; Organizational structures; Span of control; Line-Staff relationships and communication.


Unit 2 : Manage interpersonal Team processes to achieve require outputs:

   Team dynamics:
    Work groups; Group formation and development; Diversity; Leadership; Bases of individual power and empowerment.

   Motivation:
    Definitions; Theories and ways of motivating staff.

   Meetings:
    Roles; Preparing for meetings; Giving feedback at a meeting.

   Presentations:
    Structure/Components of a presentation and audience analysis


    Unit 3 : Evaluate achievements of work unit objectives:
   Controlling:
    Purpose; Principles; Types of control; Setting standards; Monitoring performance and giving feedback.




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                                      HIV / AIDS WORKSHOP
                                                                                        Learners Attending:
Course provider: Emergency & Medical Training
                                                                                        Minimum 10 learners per
                                                                                        course
                                                                                        Maximum 40 learners per
Certification: A certificate of attendance will be issued                               course

Level: HIV / AIDS Workshop               Entrance Requirements for learners:                               Duration:

                                                 Copy of the learners National Identity
Department of Labour                              Document.                                                1 Day
Accreditation no:  CI 071                        For all employees in the working environment
                                                                                                           6 Hours
Health and Welfare Sector
Educating Training Authority no:

       HW 592 PA 0500103
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE



Workshop Content:

   What are HIV and AIDS?
   How is HIV transmitted?
   How do you know if you have HIV/AIDS?
   What are the different stages of HIV?
   Rights of people living with HIV/AIDS
   How to live with Aids?
   Termination




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                                                   FIRST AID
                                                                                        Learners Attending:
Course provider: Emergency & Medical Training
                                                                                        Minimum 10 learners per
                                                                                        course
                                                                                        Maximum 20 learners per
Certification: A certificate will be Issued to competent learners and will be           course
valid for three years

Level: First Aid Level 1                 Entrance Requirements for learners:                               Duration:

                                                 Copy of the learners National Identity
Department of Labour                              Document.                                                2 Days
Accreditation no:  CI 071                        For all employees in the working environment
                                                                                                           16 Hours
Health and Welfare Sector
Educating Training Authority no:

       HW 592 PA 0500103
                                                  COURSE OUTLINE



Specific outcomes:


   Assess the emergency situation

   Identify the physical condition of the sick or injured person

   Provide primary emergency life support to the sick or injured person(s)



Credited learners understand and can explain:


   How to asses emergency situations
   What to look for when identifying the physical condition of casualties.
   First aid treatment of casualties




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               SERVICE PROVIDING ABET




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                                 SERVICE PROVIDING ABET
                                                                                                  Duration:
Provision of ABET Training Services
                                                                                                  1h30m sessions
Phase 1


Pre – level assessments placement, ABET Levels 1, 2, 3 & 4 Minimum of 6
candidates and a max of 10 candidates – Literacy/Numeracy

   Physical Assessment administration
   Assessment paper/doc Cost
   Marking of Assessment
   QA of Assessment (Submit assessments to National Assessment Authority)
   Postage and Handling of QA




Phase 2                                                                                           Duration:
                                                                                                  Full time
                                                                                                  ± 3 months
 Present and facilitate training of ABET Levels (basic oral) 1, 2, 3 & 4. – One
Class max 10                                                                                      Part time
    Learners                                                                                      ± 5 months for level 1-3

                                                                                                  ± 7 months for level 4
Deliverables include:

   Provision of one ABET Facilitator with a maximum of 10 learners per class.

   Purchase and provide Stationary and Facilitation aides.

   Compile and submit Portfolios of Evidence.

   Monitoring and consultation daily visits and progress reports to be submitted
    monthly

                                                 COURSE OUTLINE
Deliverable Process Outputs           Continuity ensured regarding the current project as provided by the
                                       previous Service provider.
                                      Quality assurance through a proper monitoring and consultation system.
                                      Materials aligned with National Standards as applicable to OBET

Achieved Outcomes                     Human Capacity building by giving the lower levels of the workforce the
                                       opportunity to accept responsibility for his/her own development and to
                                       capacitate them to apply for those positions they previously were not
                                       qualified for.

Process Methodology                   Full time, formal Facilitator driven based on the principles set for OBET.
                                      Part time, formal Facilitator driven based on the principles set for OBET.




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                     Features                                                    Benefits
Informed employees who will accept ownership for           Roles and Responsibilities designated to Service
their own future and career development and                 Provider
access to the previously unknown world of the              On site business aligned service
literate. Compliance to the requirements set by the        Learners could obtain National certification towards
Mining Charter.                                             a qualification.

merSETA, TETA Accredited Training Provider                 (ETQA –Quality Assurance )

Hands on Service                                           Learning environment conducive




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   SERVICE PROVIDING SCHOOL PROJECT




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                       SERVICE PROVIDING SCHOOL PROJECT
                                                                                                    Duration:
                                                                                                    2, 5 hours per day from
Provision of Engineering Training Services                                                          Mondays – Thursdays.
                                                                                                    1 week each holiday.
Grade 10, 11 and 12.

    Present and facilitate training of electrical, fitting and boiler making trades.


Deliverables include:

    Provision of one Facilitator per trade.

    Purchase and provide, Stationary and Facilitation aides, Travelling

    Compile and submit Portfolios of Evidence to National assessment authority.

    Monitoring and consultation daily visits and progress reports to be submitted
     monthly.

                                                   COURSE OUTLINE
Deliverable Process Outputs             Continuity ensured regarding the current project as provided by the
                                         previous Service provider.
                                        Quality assurance through a proper monitoring and consultation system.
                                        Materials aligned with National Standards.

Achieved Outcomes                       Schools become the feeder system of Artisans into the labour market
                                        The Learning period is moved from post-metric to Gr 10 -12
                                        Duration of the training = 3 School years (after hours) + 1 post matric year
                                         after which the candidate qualifies as an Artisan
                                        Awareness promotion forms an important component of the training
                                        The scholar already reaches a high level of competence during his school
                                         education
                                        The Scholar is employable immediately after his matric year
                                        Companies serve as hosts for Scholars and „adopt‟ a specific school
                                        Bursaries are awarded to successful applicants and a „work-back‟
                                         agreement is signed between the Scholar and the Hosting Company
                                        Costs of training is shared between government parties and the hosting
                                         Company
                                         The Hosting company invests in the School by upgrading workshops to
                                         the required standard
                                        Alternatively FET Colleges can be utilized (and upgraded) for practical
                                         training
                                        Teachers at a specific school/FET College can be trained and utilized as
                                         facilitators

Process Methodology                     Full time, formal Facilitator.




                     Features                                                      Benefits
    merSETA Accredited Training Provider                        (ETQA –Quality Assurance )

    Hands on Service                                            Learning environment conducive




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