About WCC Assessments.

William Culbert (Principal)
William qualified as a Millwright at Iscor Works Pretoria in 1962. He spent a number of years working as an electrician in Germany, Australia and Canada. In 1970 he obtained a Wireman’s licence. In 1975 he started the Apprentice Training School for the City Council of Pretoria and retired as Head of Trade Training at Premos in 2003. William is a registered Assessor with ETDP SETA and EWSETA.  He has been assessing electricians since 2007.  William also prepares electricians to write the Installation Rules and Specialised Codes exams. William has a N6 in Electrical Engineering and became a Master Installation Electrician in February 1995.

Bazil Sage (Assessor)
Bazil qualified as an electician in 1981. In May 1982 Bazil qualified as an Installation Electrician. In January 1983 Bazil started an electrical contracting company and in 1987 he took over an armature winding company.  He was the Managing Director of the group.  Bazil has a N6 in Electrical Engineering and is a Master Electrician. Bazil is a registered assessor with ETDP SETA and EWSETA.

Unit Standards

The Unit Standards course is a necessary component for the application to the Department of Labour. The course will allow an electrician to become proficient in the issuing of electrical compliance certificates. The centre is accredited to offer the Unit Standard for:

  • Single Phase Tester

  • Installation Electrician

Exam Preparation

Welcome to WCC Assessments

Installation Rules:

This course covers the content and scope of the Installation Rules exams, Paper 1 and 2.


Once completed, the student will be prepared to write the exams. The syllabus covers the entire SANS 10142-1 wiring standard.

Specialised Codes:

This course covers the theory component of the Specialised Codes exams. These exams form part of the requirements for the registration of a Master Installation Electrician. ​​

Solar Installer Training

The Solar PV Installer course, offered by Happysolar Education, is a five day training course aimed at anyone looking to further their PV knowledge.

The course outline is as follows:

  • Electricity Basics

  • Cells, Modules and Irradiation

  • Inverters

  • Mounting Structure

  • Commissioning and Operation

The course has been designed and is endorsed by:

  • SAPVIA (South African Photovoltaic Industry Association)

  • GIZ

  • Green Cape

  • Various PV Industry Professionals

This course is also registered with the QCTO, MerSETA and SAQA. This training is pitched at NQF Level 5.

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