Enrollment Closing date:
10 May 2023
What You Will Learn:
Insights on the upcoming exam
Resolve exam question challenges
6-step approach to solving calculation exam questions
Improve pre-exam strategy
Learn - We will present the important GCC Factories Plant Engineering models that provide context and a solid foundation.
Practice - We will go through examples together where we apply the models in the context of the GCC Factories plant engineering exam.
Apply - You will be given an opportunity to apply the models and lessons learned from examples to go through past exam questions.
Introduction: Orientation & course welcome
Day 1: Revise Steam Generators
Day 2: Revise Transformers & motors
Day 3: Revise Fluid Mechanics and Strength
BONUS (self-study): Revise Safety Management and SANS 10142
This course includes:
3 x 8-hour in-person group sessions
Content delivered over 3 days
3-months access to Online Courses (worth R2997.00)
Online coaching on answering exam questions
3-months email support
Certificate of Attendance
Free Online one-on-one consultation (worth R1500.00)
Who should attend?
GCC Factories mechanical or electrical candidates (Ideally)
Mechanical or electrical engineers, technicians, and artisans with N6
Consumer goods: FMCG, Tobacco, Beverages, and Distilleries
Energy: Oil, Gas, Energy, and Utilities
Manufacturing: Chemicals, Automotive, Food Production, Glass, Ceramics, Concrete, Packaging, Plastics, and Paper
Consumer goods: Unilever, British American Tobacco, SAB, and Distell
Energy: Sasol, Engen, and Eskom
Manufacturing: BASF, Toyota, Tongaat Hullet, Consol, Saint-Gobain, Nampak, and Sappi
GMR 2.1 Legal appointment (Engineer in Charge)
Maintenance or plant engineer
Registration Closes: 10 May 2023, 2 PM
Class One: 18 May 2023, 8 AM to 5 PM
Class Two: 19 May 2023, 8 AM to 5 PM
Class Three: 20 May 2023, 8 AM to 5 PM
Revision (Self-study): 21 May until exam
Exam date: TBC
Registration Closes: 10 Oct 2023, 2 PM
Class One: 19 Oct 2023, 8 AM to 5 PM
Class Two: 20 Oct 2023, 8 AM to 5 PM
Class Three: 21 Oct 2023, 8 AM to 5 PM
Revision (Self-study): 22 Oct until exam
Exam date: TBC
You are expected to attend the three classes as per the schedule.
Every class will start promptly at 8 AM and end at 5 PM. The classes are delivered Thursday through Saturday at the specified venue.
The classes facilitate the basic approach to answering exam-type questions. It is assumed that the GCC Factories Candidate has gone through all the important theories.
The Bootcamp is an in-person attendance, and there is no online attendance option.
Please consider the online Bootcamp if you are interested in the online option.
The GCC Factories Plant Engineering Exam Preparation Bootcamp is a non-accredited short-course.
To obtain the Certificate of Attendance, the student must achieve at least a 60% attendance rate (i.e. attend at least two of the three classes).
You can enroll to programme by choosing one of the three options below.
The payment plan is not available for the Bootcamp.
*No payment plan option.