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Sat, 06 Jul


Palucraft, 50 Voortrekker Road, Alberton

GCC factories plant weekend classes (JHB, July 2019)

Imagine getting all the motivation and support required to keep on your journey of passing the GCC factories plant engineering exam the first time. Imagine getting all the theory review, coaching on answering exam type questions and great tips for the GCC factories exam. Imagine no more...

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GCC factories plant weekend classes (JHB, July 2019)
GCC factories plant weekend classes (JHB, July 2019)

Time & Location

06 Jul 2019, 08:00 – 15:00

Palucraft, 50 Voortrekker Road, Alberton


About the event

The GCC Candidate struggle

The GCC factories plant engineering exam is challenging. What makes it challenging is that the exam covers a wide scope related to safety, mechanical and electrical content.

Staying motivated can be daunting - especially when attempting to pass the exam whiles striving for work and life balance.

There is a need for a flexible training programme that will focus on the important aspects that will ensure that GCC factories candidate passes the GCC factories plant engineering exam the first time.

The Palucraft GCC factories weekend classes are designed to give the necessary motivation and support in a structured manner that is aligned with the examiner's expectation of a GMR2.1 appointee.

Click here to download training brochure.

How to enrol

  • Click on the register button
  • Complete the form
  • A pro-forma invoice will be sent to your email with our banking details
  • Upon confirmation of payment, registration confirmation will be sent to your email

Our training approach to helping you pass the GCC factories plant engineering exam the first time

At Palucraft, our philosophy is that we need to facilitate learning. This means that our students do not simply watch our facilitator attempt the exam type questions and answers.

Our aim is to assist the GCC Candidates to have an understanding of how to approach any engineering and safety problem as would be expected from a GMR2.1 appointee.

Our GCC factories plant engineering weekend classes will cover the basic theory. This will be followed by attempting exam type problems under the guidance of our facilitator.

Training outcomes

By the end of the weekend classes, the GCC Candidate will have all the knowledge and skills to answer plant engineering questions during the exam and thereby passing the GCC Factories Plant Engineering exam.

Delegate profile

The GCC factories plant engineering weekend classes will be ideal for you if:

  • You have received your DOL acceptance letter to write the exams
  • You are planning to write the November 2019 exam
  • You want a structured study programme that will ensure you pass the first time
    • Admission requirements
    • Our aim is to achieve 100% GCC factories plant engineering exam pass rate from our students. This can only be achieved by working with GCC Candidates who have the right attitude and are serious about passing the first time.
    • To be accepted to our programme, you will have to meet the following requirements:
    • Have a valid acceptance letter from the Department of Labour to write GCC factories exams
    • Reside in close proximity to our training center
    • There are only 25 seats that will be made available. Booking is subject to meeting our requirement and paying the full fees for the programme.


    Itumeleng Mmutloane (BEng (Mech), MEng, Pr.Eng, GCC Factories) works as Chief Engineer with 10 years experience. He has practical experience in fire systems, HVAC, gas & fuel oil systems, compressed air systems, boiler plant, and bulk material handling.

    Class schedule

    Class venue: Palucraft Engineering Academy, 50 Voortrekker Road, Alberton

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    Start time: 08H00

    End time: 15H00

    6 July 2019 - Thermodynamics (Boilers, heat transfer, compressors)

    13 July 2019 - Strength (shafts, beams, columns, pressure vessel) and theory of machines (vehicle dynamics, lifts, conveyors)

    20 July 2019 - Fluid dynamics (pumps, flow through pipes, slurry, fans)

    27 July 2019 - Electricity technology (transformers, transmission lines, fault current, motors, synchronous machines)

    E-learning - SHE Management (OHSMS, HIRA), SANS 10142, online assessments


    Early bird rate 1 (10 to 31 May 2019) - R5635.00 (Incl. VAT)

    Early bird rate 2 (1 to 25 June 2019) - R5980.00 (Incl. VAT)

    Normal rate (26 June to 1 July 2019) - R6325.00 (Incl. VAT)

    The following is included:

    • Four (4) contact sessions on Saturdays as per class schedule
    • Access to the online learner platform
    • Our industry-leading GCC factories plant engineering practice exams V3.1 book
    • Our GCC factories plant engineering study guide V1.1 book

    ​Only 30 seats are available. Book now to avoid disappointment. 

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