Average Salary For Spray Painters In South Africa

A Spray Painter is responsible for spray painting cars, furniture, and other objects. They do this by preparing and cleaning the parts for painting, mixing, and matching the paint or coats to be used, and applying the paint according to the job requirements.

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Spray Painter Salary In South Africa

The salary range for the majority of workers in Spray painters and varnishers – is from R4 499 to R12 593 per month.

Spray painters and varnisher typically earns between R4 499 and R6 858 net per month at the start of the job.

How do you become a qualified spray painter?

To become a spray painter you usually have to complete a VET qualification in Automotive Refinishing Technology or Surface Preparation and Coating Application.

You may need to be employed as an apprentice or trainee in a vehicle or industrial spray painting to undertake these courses.

Do you need a qualification to be a spray painter?

Spray painting is manual labor in which workers develop their trade on the job.

However, it does not mean that you do not need additional learning and official qualifications to become a spray painter.

Have a national certificate that shows you have completed spray painter courses.

How do I become a spray painter?

To become a spray painter you usually have to complete a VET qualification in Automotive Refinishing Technology or Surface Preparation and Coating Application.

You may need to be employed as an apprentice or trainee in a vehicle or industrial spray painting to undertake these courses.

Where can I study spray paint in South Africa?

False Bay TVET College, Cape Town.

First Car Care (Pty) Ltd, Cape Town.

Northlink College, Cape Town.

Ekurhuleni Artisans and Skills Training Centre, Ekurhuleni.

Esayidi TVET College, Port Shepstone.

Motheo Tvet College, Bloemfontein.

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