ATI is the technical skills training provider in the Gauteng – Regional Centre of Expertise, officially recognised by the United Nations University.
At ATI, 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.
ATI’s Training Process
ATI works on an open entry open exit basis to offer clients flexibility. The vast majority of ATILearners are from corporate entities.
Typically the learning provided by the institute is broken into three phases.
Phase 1 comprises approximately 12 to 15 weeks
Phase 2 approximately 12 weeks and
Phase 3 approximately 8 weeks of institutional training.
Prior to writing trade tests, Learners return to the Institute for 1 to 2 weeks trade revision, following which they will write trade tests.
Our training hours are Mondays to Thursdays from 07h00 to 16h00 and Fridays from 07h00 to 13h00.
We close on an annual basis over the festive season for approximately two to three weeks. Outside of this time we trade throughout the year.
Training in Engineering Trades
ATI is making a substantial difference in the technical training environment as it drives quality training throughout its operations.
We provide artisan and related training in the following disciplines:
Electrical, Fitting and Turning, Millwright, Boilermaking, Plating, Welding,
Diesel-, Petrol-, Tractor Mechanic, Auto Electrician,
Measurement Control & Instrumentation, Rigging, Artisan refresher courses.Click here to view this Training Facility's website for more info