Which courses does MQA fund?

The Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) in South Africa provides funding for a variety of courses and qualifications that are relevant to the mining and minerals sector. Some of the courses that the MQA may fund include:

  1. Engineering qualifications, such as mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering.
  2. Mining-related qualifications, such as mining engineering, mineral processing, and geology.
  3. Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) qualifications, such as environmental management, safety management, and risk assessment.
  4. Artisanal and vocational training, such as welding, fitting and turning, and electrical installations.
  5. Management and business-related qualifications, such as financial management, project management, and human resources.

It’s important to note that the MQA will only fund courses that are accredited by the relevant regulatory bodies in South Africa. Additionally, the MQA has specific eligibility criteria for funding, and applicants must meet these criteria to qualify for funding.

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