Certificate II in Engineering

National ID: MEM20105
State ID: W233
Qualification level:

Course is available at the following locations

Public
Central Regional TAFE
Course Details
Training Package Version : Release 4

This qualification will provide you with practical skills and knowledge in a range of metals and engineering industry areas. You will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and maths. You will practice the skills you have learned in a workshop environment. This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required of workers employed as Engineering/Manufacturing Employees - Level III as defined in the Manufacturing and Associated Industries and Occupations Award or in related industries where Engineering/ Manufacturing Employees work.

The qualification has been specifically developed to reflect the minimum training requirement specified in the Award for employment in the above occupation. The qualification packaging has been developed on an assumption that competency will be developed through a combination of on and off-the-job learning strategies such as those delivered through a formal traineeship. The qualification may also be achieved through formal skills recognition assessment processes.

This course is an excellent opportunity to experience an insight into a future qualification as a Plant Mechanic. Units completed may assist you in gaining employment as an apprentice.

You will learn skills in:

  • Using tools
  • Measuring and calculating
  • Technical drawing and drafting
  • Load shifting
  • Thermal cutting
  • Using forging and casting equipment, and
  • Welding.
Workplacement
A Work Placement must be undertaken as part of this course
VET for Schools : If you are looking for a trade that has many and different employment opportunities, this qualification is a fantastic starting point. Mechanical cutting, thermal cutting, gouging and, are welding are all skills you will learn. After successful completion of this qualification you may choose to become a trades assistant or progress to an Apprenticeship in a wide variety of fields, including; Fabrication - Heavy (Boilermaker); Light (Sheetmetal); Welder or Heavy/Welder and Fitting and Machining. Check out our VETiS Guide for more information.
VET Student Loans : This course is NOT eligible for a VET Student Loan.

Course description

Course Details
Training Package Version : Release 4

This qualification will provide you with practical skills and knowledge in a range of metals and engineering industry areas. You will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and maths. You will practice the skills you have learned in a workshop environment. This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required of workers employed as Engineering/Manufacturing Employees - Level III as defined in the Manufacturing and Associated Industries and Occupations Award or in related industries where Engineering/ Manufacturing Employees work.

The qualification has been specifically developed to reflect the minimum training requirement specified in the Award for employment in the above occupation. The qualification packaging has been developed on an assumption that competency will be developed through a combination of on and off-the-job learning strategies such as those delivered through a formal traineeship. The qualification may also be achieved through formal skills recognition assessment processes.

This course is an excellent opportunity to experience an insight into a future qualification as a Plant Mechanic. Units completed may assist you in gaining employment as an apprentice.

You will learn skills in:

  • Using tools
  • Measuring and calculating
  • Technical drawing and drafting
  • Load shifting
  • Thermal cutting
  • Using forging and casting equipment, and
  • Welding.
Workplacement
A Work Placement must be undertaken as part of this course
VET for Schools : If you are looking for a trade that has many and different employment opportunities, this qualification is a fantastic starting point. Mechanical cutting, thermal cutting, gouging and, are welding are all skills you will learn. After successful completion of this qualification you may choose to become a trades assistant or progress to an Apprenticeship in a wide variety of fields, including; Fabrication - Heavy (Boilermaker); Light (Sheetmetal); Welder or Heavy/Welder and Fitting and Machining. Check out our VETiS Guide for more information.
VET Student Loans : This course is NOT eligible for a VET Student Loan.

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Private
Industry Training and Workplace Services Pty Ltd

Course description

Campus locations

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Public
North Regional TAFE

This qualification will provide you with practical skills and knowledge in a range of metals and engineering industry areas. You will learn skills in using tools, measuring and calculating, technical drawing and drafting, load shifting, thermal cutting, using forging and casting equipment, and welding. You will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and maths. You will practice the skills you have learned in a workshop environment.

Course description

This qualification will provide you with practical skills and knowledge in a range of metals and engineering industry areas. You will learn skills in using tools, measuring and calculating, technical drawing and drafting, load shifting, thermal cutting, using forging and casting equipment, and welding. You will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and maths. You will practice the skills you have learned in a workshop environment.

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Public
South Metropolitan TAFE

Course description

Campus locations

Course page link
Public
South Regional TAFE

This qualification will provide you with practical skills and knowledge in a range of metals and engineering industry areas. You will learn skills in using tools, measuring and calculating, technical drawing, load shifting, thermal cutting, using forging and casting equipment, and welding. You will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and math. Trainees will learn and practice their skills on the job, in the workplace.

Not all study modes are offered at all campuses. Please check with your local campus for study modes and elective units offered.

Course description

This qualification will provide you with practical skills and knowledge in a range of metals and engineering industry areas. You will learn skills in using tools, measuring and calculating, technical drawing, load shifting, thermal cutting, using forging and casting equipment, and welding. You will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and math. Trainees will learn and practice their skills on the job, in the workplace.

Not all study modes are offered at all campuses. Please check with your local campus for study modes and elective units offered.

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Private
The Apprentice and Traineeship Co

The Certificate II in Engineering is an accredited pre-apprenticeship course to get you ready for a career in engineering, manufacturing or related industries.

When you complete the course you’ll have the knowledge and experience to gain an apprenticeship in your specific area of interest.

During the course, you’ll learn how to create engineering drawings; handle engineering materials and tools; perform basic welding processes; fabricate products; and comply with workplace safety regulations.

The course also includes work experience modules – so you can gain experience with your new skills in a real work place.

Delivery location: 9 Craigie Street Bunbury WA 6230

This qualification provides pathways to the engineering trades. The core and elective units form part of the Certificate III qualification and may provide credit in a construction industry Australian Apprenticeship

Course description

The Certificate II in Engineering is an accredited pre-apprenticeship course to get you ready for a career in engineering, manufacturing or related industries.

When you complete the course you’ll have the knowledge and experience to gain an apprenticeship in your specific area of interest.

During the course, you’ll learn how to create engineering drawings; handle engineering materials and tools; perform basic welding processes; fabricate products; and comply with workplace safety regulations.

The course also includes work experience modules – so you can gain experience with your new skills in a real work place.

Delivery location: 9 Craigie Street Bunbury WA 6230

This qualification provides pathways to the engineering trades. The core and elective units form part of the Certificate III qualification and may provide credit in a construction industry Australian Apprenticeship

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