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CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING - FABRICATION TRADE [HEAVY/WELDING YH]

National ID: MEM30305 | State ID: WT77

 

Are you looking for a career making and fixing all things mechanical?

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) you'll be looking at a trades career as a boilermaker, welder, or fabricator in industries such as mining or construction.

You will gain the skills and knowledge to create and work with metal fabrications, using workshop machines, hand and power tools, metal, gas, flux core, tungsten, arc welding, thermal cutting, measuring, technical drawing, and workplace health and safety.

The Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) is an apprenticeship: you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study. Please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

Your qualification prepares you for roles such as:

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) you'll be looking at a trades career as a boilermaker, welder, or fabricator in industries such as mining or construction.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Post trade studies

Course overview

Course details

Course Overview

Where Clarkson
Midland
Duration 3 years apprenticeship
How
When Available Semester 2, 2017

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) you'll be looking at a trades career as a boilermaker, welder, or fabricator in industries such as mining or construction.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see joboutlook.gov.au

Further study opportunities:

Post trade studies

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Local full time students

Course fees are made up of two components, tuition fees and resource fees.

Tuition fees are determined by multiplying the course fee rate by the nominal hours, which is the number of hours in which an average student could be expected to complete each unit. They are not the hours of training or instruction.

Resource fees are charges for material that are essential to a course or unit, and are purchased by NMT to be used by students during the course.

Fees may vary depending on the units you are enrolled in so an approximate amount has been shown. You will be given the exact amount of your fees at enrolment. Part time student fees will vary depending on the number of units you are enrolled in.

Please note, you may also need to buy textbooks or equipment for your course.
NOTE up to date fees will be available shortly. Please return to this page or contact us for details

International Students

If this course is available for International students you will need to pay your course fees to TIWA when you accept your offer.

Apprenticeship courses can only be studied when you are employed as an apprentice.

Electives may change depending on the skills required by the employer.

Clarkson Stage 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment MEM13014A W5502
Interact with computing technology MEM16008A W5452
Interpret technical drawing MEM09002B W5418
Perform engineering measurements MEM12023A W5492
Perform routine manual metal arc welding MEM05012C W5294
Use hand tools MEM18001C W5563
Use power tools/hand held operations MEM18002B W5574

Clarkson Stage 2

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Carry out mechanical cutting MEM05005B W5331
Organise and communicate information MEM16006A W5451
Perform computations MEM12024A W5449
Perform manual heating and thermal cutting MEM05007C W5333
Perform routine gas metal arc welding MEM05050B W5326
Perform routine oxy acetylene welding MEM05004C W5325
Plan a complete activity MEM14005A W5513
Plan to undertake a routine task MEM14004A W5512
Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment MEM16007A W5548

Clarkson Stage 3

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply safe welding practices MEM05052A W5328
Perform advanced manual thermal cutting, gouging and shaping MEM05008C W5334
Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding MEM05049B W5324
Select welding processes MEM05051A W5327
Weld using gas metal arc welding process MEM05017D WA643
Weld using manual metal arc welding process MEM05015D WA642

Clarkson Stage 4

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Mark off/out (general engineering) MEM12006C WA993
Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes MEM12007D WA651
Monitor quality of production welding/fabrications MEM05014C W5296
Perform geometric development MEM05037C WA646
Weld using flux core arc welding process MEM05047B W5322

Clarkson Stage 5

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques MEM05010C WA640
Assemble fabricated components MEM05011D WA641

Clarkson Stage 6

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply quality procedures MEM15024A W5531
Apply quality systems MEM15002A W5532
Assist in the provision of on the job training MEM17003A W5552
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices MSAENV272B D3655
Repair/replace/modify fabrications MEM05036C W5310

Midland Stage 1

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment MEM13014A W5502
Carry out mechanical cutting MEM05005B W5331
Interact with computing technology MEM16008A W5452
Organise and communicate information MEM16006A W5451
Perform engineering measurements MEM12023A W5492
Perform manual heating and thermal cutting MEM05007C W5333
Perform routine gas metal arc welding MEM05050B W5326
Plan to undertake a routine task MEM14004A W5512
Undertake manual handling MEM11011B W5466
Use hand tools MEM18001C W5563
Use power tools/hand held operations MEM18002B W5574

Midland Stage 2

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply quality procedures MEM15024A W5531
Apply safe welding practices MEM05052A W5328
Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding MEM05049B W5324
Perform routine manual metal arc welding MEM05012C W5294
Plan a complete activity MEM14005A W5513
Select welding processes MEM05051A W5327
Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process MEM05019D WA644
Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment MEM16007A W5548

Midland Stage 3

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Interpret technical drawing MEM09002B W5418
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices MSAENV272B D3655
Perform computations MEM12024A W5449
Weld using gas metal arc welding process MEM05017D WA643
Weld using manual metal arc welding process MEM05015D WA642

Midland Stage 4

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques MEM05010C WA640
Apply quality systems MEM15002A W5532
Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes MEM12007D WA651
Perform geometric development MEM05037C WA646

Midland Stage 5

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Assemble fabricated components MEM05011D WA641
Assist in the provision of on the job training MEM17003A W5552
Perform advanced manual thermal cutting, gouging and shaping MEM05008C W5334
Produce basic engineering graphics MEM30002A W5427
Repair/replace/modify fabrications MEM05036C W5310
Weld using flux core arc welding process MEM05047B W5322

If this course uses TAFE Admissions, to study full-time in 2017 apply through tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au.

Part time enrolments are usually done in late January and mid June each year while online and continuous enrolment courses normally have enrolments available at any time, for help enrolling or for more information:

call: 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

International students please contact www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.

For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

For all other enquiries please call us on 1300 300 822 or email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

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Page last updated August 18, 2017