- Full Time
- One Year
Motor or auto mechanics inject new life into vehicles and are responsible for fixing the mechanical parts from the engine to the transmission and suspension systems in cars and small trucks. As a motor mechanic, you will be required to fix, reassemble and often restore vehicle parts, so the vehicle is functional and roadworthy. Common tasks may include testing and repairing of electrical lighting systems, the replacement of damaged engine parts and general quality inspection.
Grade 10, 11 and 12
Mathematics and Physical Science is not a requirement.
Certification and Examination Authority
All examinations are administered by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) and IEB.
All textbooks at BTC are free. Simply enquire on registration for more details.
We offer free Saturday classes, run by qualified lecturers.
Enquire at any of our campuses for a current programme pricelist.
On successful completion, you will receive an N1, N2 and FLC Communication certificate and can then progress to the N3-N4 qualification.