I am a National Diploma graduate in Mechanical engineering at the University of Johannesburg, I can say I am an aspiring Engineer, an ambitious driven person, who is fascinated by the works of machines or rather technology in general and the evolution around it. I am currently Enrolling in a B-Tech programme and I can honestly say that I am ready to explore the industrial world and apply my theoretical knowledge for greater purpose. As stated in my Curriculum Vitae that my only work experience is through Work Integrated Learning, which I can comfortably say that I have developed basic work skills, ethics and confidence. I am also confident to say that I was given a chance to work with different Instructors and get exposed to different workshops and projects.
I believe that knowledge is power, so my every day goal is to continue learning, not just in my field of study but mostly the relationship between engineering and the environment, community, economy and society, understanding the difference which is brought about by Engineers and the impacts (negatively and positively) implicated afterwards, and come up with better innovations in the future.


  • banding).
  • cutting
  • drilling
  • Hand tools and bench work
  • sanding
  • Specialized machining (grinding
  • Turning and Milling
  • Welding and Fabrication and Sheet metal work



National Senior Certificate at Masopha High School

I majored in Mathematics, Physical sciences, Life sciences and Agricultural sciences.


National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at University of Johannesburg

I majored in Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Mathematics, Strength of materials and Electrotechnology .



In-Service Trainee at Resolution Circle

I gained practical experience through one year of Work Integrated Learning, which was compulsory to my National Diploma, i learned basic work related to fitting and turning, boiler making and electrical.

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