Tool and Die Making is a career that is listed as one of South Africa’s critical skills – i.e. there is a shortage of trained people in this industry.

There is an opportunity for matriculants with a pass in Maths, Physical Science and English to apply for free training in Tool and Die making. This training also provides a stipend.

Open Day – Tool and Die Making Training Opportunity

There is an open day TOMORROW (Tuesday 19 Jan) at Mitchell’s plain, Khayelitsha, Kraafontein, and Atlantis.

Aspiring tool, die and mouldmakers, need a Grade 12 National Senior Certificate (NSC) or N3 or NC(V)4 with Mathematics, Physical Science or Engineering Science and English. Interested students can obtain information about the TDM Powered Foundation Programme at a careers open day in CAPE TOWN, details are as follows;


Date: 19 JANUARY 2016
Time: 08h00 to 15h00
Venue: Western Cape Tooling Centre of Excellence. Riley Street, Entrance 2; Connaught Park; Beaconvale, Parow.
Free transport to the venue will be provided. Buses will leave from the following places:
Area:             Mitchell’s plain
Address :        Mitchell’s Plain Library- Melody Square, Mitchell’s Plain
Time:              08:00

Area:             Khayelitsha
Address:         Department of Social Development – no1 Julius Tsolo Street, Khayelitsha
Time:              10:00

Area:             Atlantis
Address:         Wesfleur Public Library (Atlantis) Arnold Centre, Bunting Crescent
Time:              12:00

Area:             Kraaifontein
Address:         Kraaifontein Public Library, 1 Brighton Road, Windsor Park
Time:              14:00

For more information contact Ms Audrey Jacobs – 079 675 7210 or email: