Our Work Integrated Learning (WIL) programmes are designed to allow participants to complete the practical WIL component of their studies, paving a clear and dedicated path to obtaining their National Diploma qualification.
The WIL programmes consist of a Workshop Based Training and Experiential Training programme, which provides workshop training, experiential training, and on the job experience. These programmes are adapted to the requirements of University of Technology (UoT) qualifications, as well as the participant’s area of specialisation.
Workshop Based Training participants are trained on specific workshop skills in a range of disciplines and assessed on their ability to implement such skills before qualifying to progress to Experiential Training. During Experiential Training, participants conduct the planning and implementation of engineering projects from start to finish, thereby integrating knowledge and skills developed during Workshop Based Training, and academic studies, into comprehensive and complete solutions.
Our Workshop Based Training and Experiential Training programmes run as per the following, however, we do adapt and customise programmes to client requirements, without compromising the core outcomes as required by Universities of Technology.
Whether you require Workshop Based Training and Experiential Training or only Experiential Training, we have the right solution for you. If you are not sure where to start contact us today.
The 24 week P2 experiential training programme follows one of four tracks depending on the area of specialisation of the student, where projects are focussed around specific subjects related to the area of specialisation.
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.