One of South Africa’s fastest-growing fields of study is mechanical engineering, which attracts students with strong math and physics skills. Intricate problems and problem-solving excite mechanical engineers.
Designing and building mechanical and thermal sensors and devices, from tools to engines and machines, are the primary responsibilities of mechanical engineers. They design and build machinery for a wide range of mechanical applications, including mining, automobile manufacture, fleet maintenance, and more.
The qualification is divided into parts in such a way that when taken in conjunction with related N part courses (e.g. N4+N5+N6), learners can receive the National N Diploma after completing the required practical work component of either 18 months or two years, depending on the individual occupational sector.
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