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Engineering Council of South Africa

(19/05/2011)

Form C2.1

EXPERIENCE REPORT PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
Page No. 1 of 9

Surname and Initials:
Discipline of Engineering:

André Francois Joubert
MECHANICAL
(e.g. Elect/Civil/Mech etc.)

Consult the Information Sheet (Sheet C2) before completing this report.

Period No: 1

Date from: January 1978

Your Title or Function: Apprentice Boilermaker Did you train under a Commitment and Undertaking (CU)? If yes, provide number of CU No:

to: June 1978 Employer’s Name and address: OD Engineering rd 3 Street Voorspoed Welkom

No. of months:

6 mths

Yes  No X
No:

Supervisor’s Name, Title of Position held and address: Harry Hein Workshop Manager OD Engineering Welkom Supervisor’s Signature:

Date: ECSA Registration No: Apprentice boilermaker: st This was the 1 period of work after completing school. I was interested in a job within the design office environment but was advised to first gain practical experience in the workshops. I started a 4 year apprentice trade as a boilermaker. During the first 6 months of training I was exposed to various type of work within the boilermaker industry. Typical examples of experience gained in a manufacturers workshop are:  Fabrication of underground man carriages  Fabrication Silo Feed Conveyors and trestles  Fabrication of various tanks and vessels  On site fabrication of piping for various pump stations around the slimes dams I resigned from the company when I was called up to complete the compulsory 2 year National Service.

Signature of Applicant: _________________________________ _______________

Date:

Engineering Council of South Africa

(19/05/2011)

Form C2.1

EXPERIENCE REPORT PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
Page No. 2 of 9

Surname and Initials:
Discipline of Engineering:

André Francois Joubert
MECHANICAL
(e.g. Elect/Civil/Mech etc.)

Consult the Information Sheet (Sheet C2) before completing this report.

Date from: July 1978 Period No: 2 to: December 1981 Employer’s Name and address: SANDF Personnel Services School Voortrekkerhoogte Pretoria

Your Title or Function: National Serviceman - SANDF Did you train under a Commitment and Undertaking (CU)? If yes, provide number of CU No:

No. of months:

3 yrs 6 mths

Yes  No X
No:

Supervisor’s Name, Title of Position held and address: Lieutenant Leon van Wyk Platoon Commander Personnel Services School Voortrekkerhoogte ECSA Registration No: National Serviceman – SANDF: After completing the standard military basic training as a new national service recruit I was selected to enrol for the junior leadership course. The course involved 9 months of intensive training in all fields of combat. After completion of the junior leadership course I was promoted to a Platoon Sergeant, a position responsible for the training/managing of new recruits. During this position I was responsible for the basic military training of the June 1979 and January 1980 intake of new national serviceman. December 1979, I made the decision to sign on with the SANDF on a semi permanent condition, known as short service. Short service was very similar to the permanent force conditions with a contractual period of 2 years. June 1980, I was transferred to 52 Battalion in Ovambo land to complete the next 18 months of contractual service. I was stationed in the personnel office attending to all personnel related queries/enrolment/leave etc. December 1980 I completed my contractual service period and returned to South Africa. Experience gained :  Respect to authority  Self discipline  Motivation  Competitiveness  Independency  Determination Supervisor’s Signature:

Date:

Signature of Applicant: _________________________________ _______________

Date:

Engineering Council of South Africa

(19/05/2011)

Form C2.1

EXPERIENCE REPORT PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
Page No. 3 of 9

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