Artisan Bursary For N4, N5, and N6 Study

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Bursary Details

Artisan: Study your N4, N5, and N6 at ATI x2

Are you interested in studying for your N4, N5 and N6 at one of the best technical skills training providers in the country?

Then apply for the Artisan bursary right now!

You must have a N3 or equivalent qualification in order to start with N4.

A matriculate with Mathematics and Science may also enroll for N4.

  • Location: Remote
  • Value: R10 000 per bursary
  • Vacancies: 2
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Start date: 3 January 2022

ATI is the technical skills training provider.

We believe that it is possible to do business while making the world a better place for all through engineering.

We are committed to better training, better skills and better preparation for life both in the workplace and at home.

The subjects will be offered in a blended mode of delivery – on line with submission of assignments and two written tests as well as a written examination.

A student must have a N3 or equivalent qualification in order to start with N4.

A matriculate with Mathematics and Science may also enroll for N4

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How to Apply

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