Have you always been interested in repairing & assembling electrical equipment, yet you have an equal passion for all things mechanical? Then being a Millwright might be your thing. Millwrights apply high-precision craftsmanship to the installation, dismantling, maintenance, repair, reassembling, and moving of machinery in various industrial settings.

The demand for such multidisciplinary skill sets is ever increasing in a world of electrically driven & automated industry. Millwrights play a vital role in the future of industrialisation. After completing an apprenticeship, you will be a qualified Millwright with The Red Seal.

By walking your apprenticeship journey with us; we will ensure that you receive training focussed on industry expectations of the future. We will listen to your every concern and you will become part of the RC family.

A qualified artisan will be able to:

  • Install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair stationary industrial machinery in manufacturing  and other industrial environments by combining Electrical Trade Skills and Mechanical Trade Skills
  • Intake: Flexible Intake
  • Duration: 30 to 40 months, depending on the pace of the learner
  • Who Should Apply: School Leavers, Artisan Aides, Not-yet-qualified/Semi-Skilled Millwrights and Entrepreneurs
  • ARPL: Contact us for an Artisan Recognition of Prior Learning Gap Assessment
  • Accreditation: MQA, merSETA, QCTO

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Resolution Circle is a technical training provider with a wide range of programmes designed to address the skills required in the rapidly evolving technical work environment. We are committed to ensuring our trainees and corporate clients are equipped with a keen mindset, skillset and knowledge to harness all the opportunities emerging from the fourth industrial revolution. Resolution Circle is a subsidiary of the University of Johannesburg.


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