Find the necessary information on panel beating and spray painting apprenticeships in the motor body repair industry with links to relevant merSETA, TVET and other training service providers.
Apprenticeships combine theory, practical work and workplace practice in a chosen trade field and in the case of a listed trade i.e. panel beating or spray-painting ends in a trade test and an artisan certificate of competence.
In South Africa, apprenticeships are an excellent opportunity to enter into the exciting Motor Body Repair industry. Monitored by the QCTO with The National Artisan Moderation Body (NAMB) overseeing the quality assurance of apprenticeships on behalf of the QCTO. View more information about Apprenticeships, here.
SAMBRA has been receiving increased public interest in careers in the panel beating and spray painting trades. If you are considering a career in this highly exciting environment, one way to apply for an apprenticeship is to visit merSETA, here.
Courses in Automotive Body Repairing are offered at False Bay, Northlink and Umgungundlovu FET Colleges. Visit the Go Study website to find out how to register as a learner with any employer in the motor trade. Visit Go Study.
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Within the motor body repair industry, more and more people are looking for apprentice or internships in panel beating and spray-painting to get started.