Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Mechanical Fitter ZA)

Jobs and Skills WA: Mechanical fitter ZA
Keep things moving, as a mechanical fitter!

Mechanical fitters fabricate, fit and assemble metal parts to production machines and other equipment in sectors such as mining, to keep things moving! They use a range of precision instruments, tools and engineering techniques to maintain and repair mechanical plant machinery and equipment to operational standards, checking parts for accuracy, and test and identify defective or worn mechanical components or equipment.

In this qualification, as an apprentice, you'll learn all that and more! Mechanical fitters may be employed in the trades and services industry area — often in Perth's industrial areas, or in the mining industry in areas such as the Pilbara, Kimberley and Goldfields.

From trucks to huge haulers and plant, if you love making things move this could be the one for you!

Half price
School-based apprenticeship or traineeship (SBAT)
STEM
Industry: Engineering and Mining
National course code: MEM30205 | WA State ID: WT86

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Get into a career making and fixing all things mechanical.

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter ZA) you'll be looking at a trades career as a machinist metal, mechanical fitter, metal plater or plant mechanic in industries such as mining, automotive, or hydraulics.

You will gain the skills and knowledge to work with pumps and hydraulics, pneumatic systems, mechanical drives and transmissions, using workshop machines, hand and power tools, arc welding, thermal cutting, measuring, technical drawing, and workplace health and safety.

Half price fees apply!


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