Tim Brown Electrical Works

Registration Number

2020/FE07/003

Tim Brown Electrical Works logo

Tim Brown Electrical Works aims to provide their students with good quality education. They strive to deliver professional training to aspiring Technicians and Engineers.

Their goal is to assist individuals to become proficient members of the workforce while growing each individual’s knowledge base and skill level. The business was founded after realizing the need for Engineering Training that is appropriate, on target and scheduled to suit the individual’s needs.

Accommodation is available to students at the college.

Qualifications offered

Full Training Courses and Part-Time Courses:

  • Artisan Training for Electricians
  • N1 – N6 Electrical/Mechanical Engineering
  • Experiential learning P1 and P2
  • National Diploma N4 – N6
  • National certificates N1-N3
  • Apprenticeship/ Learnership

All part-time classes are on Saturdays from 8:00 – 13:00.

Short Training Courses and Part-Time Courses:

  • Electrical Trade Test Preparations
  • ARPL for Trade Test
  • Trade Test
  • Installations Rules P1 & P2 (Wiring of Premises SANS 10142-1)
  • Basic Electrical Training
  • Advance Electrical Training
  • PLC Training
  • COC Unit Standard for Wireman’s license
  • Domestic Appliances Maintenance

All part-time classes are on Saturdays from 8:00 – 13:00.

Fees:

Consult the website for information regarding fees.

Campuses:

  • Main campus in Nkomo Street
  • Pretoria Central Campus

Applications:

The application form may be downloaded from the website.

Type of education institution
Private Higher Education Institution
Qualification Types
National Certificate

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