How Much Does a Boilermaker Earn in Namibia?
WHO IS A BOILERMAKER?
A boilermaker is someone who makes, assemble, install, test, maintain and repair metal boilers for generating steam.
WHAT ARE THE DUTIES OF A BOILERMAKER?
1 Reads blueprints and manuals.
2 Installs and assembles boilers.
3 Operates and monitors boilers.
4 Repairs boilers when necessary.
5 Performs boiler tests and treatment.
6 Complete boiler logs and checklists.
7 Follows all laws, regulation, and guidelines.
8 Maintains a safe and clean work environment.
WHICH GENDER ARE MOSTLY BOILERMAKERS?
The Boiler Maker Statistics by gender say that there are 5.7% of female boiler makers and 94.3% men boiler makers.
WHO WAS THE FIRST WOMAN BOILERMAKER?
The first female boilermaker was called Michelle Blyth. She was an apprentice Boilermaker as well as female welder, from New Brunswick to be accepted into the Boilermaker Local 73.
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WHAT SUBJECTS ARE REQUIRED IN OTHER TO BECOME A BOILER MAKER?
There are no subjects required, however having knowledge of the following subjects will be a plus;
2 Engineering Graphics and Design
3 Physical Science
4 Trade Theory
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A BOILER MAKER?
To become a boiler maker, you need to have excellent knowledge of welding, electrical equipment, and liquid pressure systems. Also have a national certificate that shows that you have completed boilermaker courses and have a four-year apprenticeship training.
HOW MUCH DOES A BOILER MAKER EARN IN NAMIBIA?
An early career Boilermaker with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total of R53.50.