National Certificate in Civil Engineering N4-N6

Fully Registered with the QCTO, HWSETA, Service SETA which are under Department of Education

Heading in the right direction

The programme progresses through three levels. Each N level takes place over one trimester. After each trimester, students are eligible for a National Certificate on that level. We recommend continuing through all three levels in order to qualify for the National Diploma. The National Diploma requires students to work for 24 months in a Civil Engineering department before they are entitled to receive a National Diploma.

N4

• An appropriate National Certificate:

N3: Engineering Studies.

• Grade 12/Matric pass with 40% in Physics & Maths       

N5

• A National Certificate: N4: Civil Engineering or

• An Equivalent Qualification   

N6

• A National Certificate: N5: Civil

Engineering or

• An Equivalent Qualification

• Building Administration

• Quantity Surveying

• Mathematics

• Building and Structural Construction

• Quantity Surveying

• Building and Structural Construction

• Mathematics

• Building Administration

• Quantity Surveying

• Building and Structural Construction

• Mathematics

• Building Administration

Recipients of this Qualification will be able to:

 

  • Evaluate and apply essential methods to technical operational systems.
  • Analyse and apply acquired knowledge in performing the tasks and solve common problems.
  • Execute role and responsibilities by being able to summarise, classify, discuss and estimate application processes required through mathematical concepts, technical and schematic diagrams, computer and technology usage in a range of different contexts.
  • Communicate with peers, customers and members of supervisory/management levels by presenting information reliably and accurately in spoken and written form.

N4

 

This qualification has been designed to

allow entry into N5.     

N5

 

This qualification has been designed to

allow entry into N6.   

N6

 

Higher certificate, Diploma or

Bachelor’s Degree.   

The following criteria must be met in order to write the National DHET Examinations

* DP 40%

* Attendance Ratio 80%

  • Construction Foreman
  • Construction Supervisor
  • Plumber
  • Building Inspector
  • Contractor
  • Assistant Surveyor

Completion of National Certificates: Civil Engineering N4, N5 and N6 as above plus 24 months of practical experience in a workplace leads to the National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.