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ATI’s Training Process

ATI works on an open entry open exit basis to offer clients flexibility. The vast majority of ATILearners are from corporate entities.

Typically the learning provided by the institute is broken into three phases.

Phase 1 comprises approximately 12 to 15 weeks

Phase 2 approximately 12 weeks and

Phase 3 approximately 8 weeks of institutional training.

Prior to writing trade tests, Learners return to the Institute for 1 to 2 weeks trade revision, following which they will write trade tests.

Our training hours are Mondays to Thursdays from 07h00 to 16h00 and Fridays from 07h00 to 13h00.

We close on an annual basis over the festive season for approximately two to three weeks. Outside of this time we trade throughout the year.

Training in Engineering Trades

ATI is making a substantial difference in the technical training environment as it drives quality training throughout its operations.

We provide artisan and related training in the following disciplines:

Electrical, Fitting and Turning, Millwright, Boilermaking, Plating, Welding,

Diesel-, Petrol-, Tractor Mechanic, Auto Electrician,

Measurement Control & Instrumentation, Rigging, Artisan refresher courses.


Let ATI assist with your company’s Procurement, Skills Development, Enterprise Development or Social Economic Development spend.

As a Category-A Level-2 contributor and Empowering Supplier, ATI can significantly enhance your BEE scorecard. With every R1 spent with us, you will enjoy R1.25 for BEE Procurement purposes; that’s an immediate 25% return on your spend.

Enquire about our tailor made accredited short skills courses.

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Reduce misspent resources, by requesting ATI to perform a pre-evaluation assessment of learners with regards to aptitude and trainability in the requisite trades.

ATI offers refresher courses for qualified artisans. Download : Artisan Refresher Courses

ATI is an accredited decentralised Trade Test Centre. We recommend that Learners, who have not been trained at ATI, undergo a Trade Test Readiness Assessment, in order to identify any gaps which can be remedied through our Revision phase.

Enquire as to how ATI can assist with Moderation and Quality Assurance services.

Since 2008 ATI has successfully managed Artisan Development Programmes on behalf of Blue Chip companies, wishing to maximise their Social Economical Development spend.

ATI has developed specialist management skills within the technical training
Environment. As a level 2 contributor in terms of BBBEE legislation, coupled with its sound track record, ATI is well positioned to manage company owned training centres.

The management model established by ATI ensures company owned training centres are effectively staffed, accredited, well managed, and enjoys sustainability through tough economic times.

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