A fitter and turner are responsible for studying blueprints, plans, and drawings to be able to construct, assemble, manufacture, and fit parts of machines. This person is also responsible for maintaining and repairing different types of machinery.
Fitter And Turner Salary In South Africa
The average salary for a Fitter and Turner in SA is R 19 058 gross per month (R 109 gross per hour), which is 19% lower than South Africa’s national average salary. Salary Range: Fitter and Turner can expect an average starting salary of R 10 400. The highest salaries can exceed R 34 330.
How much does a qualified fitter earn in South Africa?
The average fitter salary in South Africa is R 314 910 per year or R 161 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 240 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 3 696 000 per year.
How much does a fitter artisan earn in South Africa?
The average artisan fitter salary in South Africa is R 394 920 per year or R 203 per hour.
Entry-level positions start at R 240 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 3 696 000 per year.
What subjects do you need to become a fitter and turner?
N1 Entry Requirement: Grade 9 (Std 7) Certificate with a pass in Mathematics and Physical Science OR no formal qualification for everyone 23 years or older.
N3 Entry Requirement: Grade 11 (Std 9) Certificate with a pass in Mathematics and Physical Science or N2.
Where can I study fitting and turning in South Africa?
National Certificate: N1 Engineering Studies (Fitting and Turning) (SAQA ID 67109)
National Certificate: N2 Engineering Studies (Fitting and Turning) (SAQA ID 67375).
How do I become a fitter in South Africa?
Be at least 16 years old.
Possess N1-N3 and/or N4-N6 certificates.
Have basic engineering theory, NQF Level 3, 32 credits.
Know fitting theory, NQF Level 4, 38 credits.
Know machining theory, NQF Level 4, 36 credits.