Certificate III in Engineering - Composites Trade

Engineering workshop with two male workers.
Kick start your composites trade career!

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required by a tradesperson working with composites within the aerospace, civil construction, general manufacturing, marine, vehicle, metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries.

You'll learn how to take engineering measurements; perform computations; work safely; plan and complete task; apply quality standards; and communicate in the workplace.

You will also gain skills and knowledge for composite fabrication; marking and cutting sheets; selecting and using reinforcements; working with resins; joining techniques; repair techniques; and much more!

Half price
School-based apprenticeship or traineeship (SBAT)
STEM
Industry: Defence
National course code: MEM31119 | WA State ID: BEK4

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Kick start your composites trade career!

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required by a tradesperson working with composites/fibreglass. The composites tradesperson may work in a composites manufacturing or repair organisation, marine, vehicle or other organisation as a composites’ specialist. If you are looking to build a diverse career based on high-demand skills that offer a secure future, a Composites Apprenticeship could be for you!


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