IETI’s History: How we got to where we are today

IETI's History

INDUSTRIES EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTITUTE (“IETI”) was established in 1991 in Cape Town only conducting electrical training at its first training centre in Woodstock, with a total square meterage of 250sq metres. In addition to conducting training at its training centre, IETI started conducting “mobile training” wherever the need arose and whenever funding became available. […]

Obtain career skills – new IETI skills campus in West Rand

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Great news for the youth and technical skills workers and corporates in and around the West Rand in Gauteng is the opening of a brand-new skills training and workplace experience Industries Education and Training institute in Roodepoort on 4 May. IETI Roodepoort is part of UXi Artisan Development with skills campuses nationwide. According to Phillip […]

Get Ahead in the Electrical Industry: Short Courses Offered by IETI

electrical short courses

Short courses are short-term courses that focus on a specific skill set. These courses are designed to enhance your skills in your desired field and broaden the opportunities available to you. More skills mean more work opportunities and possibly better pay. The Industries Education and Training Institute (IETI) hosts a number of electrical short courses […]

Answering Your Apprenticeship FAQs

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There are 2 ways to become a qualified artisan. Occupational Qualification: Electrician / Plumber / Millwright etc. ARPL :  Artisan Recognition of Prior learning Occupational Qualification What is an Occupational Qualification (apprenticeship)? Occupational Qualification is a route of learning where an apprentice will learn through on-the-job, workplace experience and training. What do you need to […]

Short courses: Answers to your FAQs

Short courses FAQs

The Industries Education & Training Institute (IETI) is about training and developing you as their students and your skills in order to promote independence, sustainability of income, and to improve your quality of life. They do this through industry-based training that reflects the current needs and demands of learners, organisations and the greater economy. This […]