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Courses at Midland

Surrounded by the Blackadder and Woodbridge creeks in the heart of Perth’s Swan Valley region you’ll find North Metro TAFE’s Midland campus. 

At Midland, our courses focus on the following areas of expertise:

  • Fluid power
  • Metals
  • Engineering
  • Signwriting
  • Building and construction
  • Education and childcare
  • Community services, including youth work
  • Computing
  • Electronics and electrical trades
  • Instrumentation
  • Adult literacy

Horticulture and land management are also offered at Midland with students having access to an operational nursery and a conservation and land management site.

National ID State ID Title Qualification level Study mode Campus
SC-BET-V1345 3 Phase Test and Tag course Short course On campus
Midland
3 phase, electrical testing, three, tagging, electrical, wiring, wire, electrical equipment, flexible, plugs, or, cord, wire up, new, plugs and sockets, appliances, 415V, AS/NZS 3760

This course will provide the competency for 3 Phase Electrical Testing (testing 3 Phase appliances, 415V to AS/NZS 3760).

Content

  • Basic 3 Phase Theory
  • How 3 Phase testing differs from single phasetesting
  • Testing procedures
  • Types of 3 Phase testing equipment

A Certificate of Attendance will be issued.

Please note course duration is a half day, 12.30pm - 3.30pm, and classes are run subject to numbers - refer to How to apply for more information. Minimum course numbers 5, maximum 12.

EAB25 Advanced Welding - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Skill Set Skill set On campus
Midland
AS1796, GTAW, MMAW, welding, pipe welding, coded welding, industry standards, pipe, heavy fabrication, boilermaker, boilie, boily, tradie, fabricator, AS1796

Gain advanced skills in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

If you work as a boilermaker, welder or tradesperson in the Heavy Fabrication industry, this skill set will enhance your skills in advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding. This course is designed to build your skills and knowledge in preparation to enrol in the Weld to code - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Process Skill Set.

The skill set consists of theory and workshop practice and will be delivered one evening a week for 10 weeks, on a Tuesday from 5:30 - 9:00pm.

EAB24 Advanced Welding - Manual Metal Arc Welding Skill Set Skill set On campus
Midland
AS1796, GTAW, MMAW, welding, pipe welding, coded welding, industry standards, pipe, heavy fabrication, boliermaker, boilie, boily, tradie, fabricator,

Gain advanced skills in Manual Metal Arc Welding

If you work as a boilermaker, welder or tradesperson in the Heavy Fabrication industry, this skill set will enhance your skills in advanced Manual Metal Arc Welding. This course is designed to build your skills and knowledge in preparation to enrol in the Weld to Code - Manual Metal Arc Welding Process Skill Set.

The skill set consists of theory and workshop practice and will be delivered one evening a week for 10 weeks, on a Thursday from 5:30 - 9:00pm.

CHC43215 AWK4 Alcohol and Other Drugs Certificate IV Employer-based
On campus
Online
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000002, Community Services, alcohol, drugs, community support worker, case worker, AWK4, CHC43215, helping people, mental health, drugs and alcohol, youth, social, sciences, child, protection, family, support, welfare, Detoxification Worker, Drug and Alcohol Worker, Community Rehabilitation and Support Worker, Family Support Worker, mental Health Outreach Worker, Case Worker (Community Services), Support Worker (Community Services), Welfare Support Worker, community Worker, addict, addiction, withdrawal, intoxication, alcoholic,

lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

Make a difference to the lives of others

This qualification focuses on providing assessment and support to clients with alcohol and drug issues as well as implementing health promotion and community intervention programs. You will learn about interviewing in the initial client assessment and study preventative, educational and other community strategies relevant to the field.

Gain these skills
  • Work with people who are intoxicated
  • Provide withdrawal services
  • Develop an understanding of the legal and ethical requirements for working in drug and alcohol support services
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • A desire to make a significant impact on people at a critical stage of their life
  • Enthusiastic and caring with a positive and proactive approach
  • Able to work with individuals presenting with complex needs and histories
  • Understanding of the needs of people from a diverse range of backgrounds
  • Good active listening and conflict resolution skills
Delivery mode information
Online

With online study you will be completing your course via an online platform which contains all your study material and assessments. You will be provided a login and password to access this material once you have been enrolled at North Metropolitan TAFE. 

Online is a little different to on-campus study as you do not have face to face contact with your lecturers and you do not engage directly with fellow students during every-day class activities. If on-campus study is not your preference, then online study is a great option. Rest assured you will be supported by your online lecturers.
You will also have access to lecturers via your online dashboard. The lecturers will help to clarify your concerns, assist with the course content, mark your assessments and provide you with feedback if required

Qualifications are broken down into stages with an intensive practical skills workshop run at the end of each stage. You will only need to enrol and pay for one stage at a time.

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
Work-based

Workplace training offers a flexible, self-paced study program which combines workplace recognition of prior learning and individualised ‘gap’ training to attain your qualification.

Workplace training means every time you go to work you are learning and demonstrating competence whilst working towards your qualification. The flexibility of workplace training allows you to structure and perform learning and assessment in a way that fits into your professional and personal life.

Learning and assessment plans are created on an individual level in consultation with you and/or your employer. Workplace training assessment is conducted using numerous methods including practical demonstration and observation, question and answer interviews, written tasks, supervisor reports and workshops. 

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
PSP20218 BDQ7 Auslan Certificate II On campus
Midland
Perth (Northbridge)
TAFEADM, TAFE04, A000000, English, Languages and Foundation Studies, A000001, Auslan, sign language, signing, 1632, 22075VIC, deaf, deaf culture, deaf community, disability, ability, communication, finger, PSP20218, BDQ7

Are you ready to learn a second language with a difference?

When you complete the Certificate II in Auslan you'll have the basics of a new language, increasing your value as an employee or, with further training, looking at a career as an interpreter.

You will gain the knowledge and skills to communicate socially and in the workplace with simple Australian Sign Language (Auslan), and gain an understanding of deaf communities and culture.

Gain these skills
  • Apply basic principles of learning Auslan as a second language  
  • Identify significant features of Deaf community and culture 
  • Outline the development of social and educational conditions for deaf communities 
  • Use simple Auslan for a variety of purposes such as employment, learning, social and personal
Is this course right for me? 
  • Language-learning aptitude 
  • High level of memory retention and concentration
  • Flexibility, adaptability, understanding and acceptance
  • Accuracy and objectivity
  • Able to liaise with people from a range of backgrounds
  • Broad general knowledge, including current affairs 
PSP40818 BDR0 Auslan Certificate IV On campus
Midland
TAFE04, A000000, English, Languages and Foundation Studies, A000001, Auslan, 1634, 22078VIC, signing, deaf, sign language, interpreter,

Expand your knowledge of Auslan

This Certificate IV provides an in-depth knowledge of deaf protocol and will develop your ability to adjust signing styles to suit a specified audience, including the skills needed to use Auslan in a range of unpredictable, more challenging tasks such as specialised workplace exchanges in personal, learning, social and community contexts.

You will also gain a thorough knowledge of deaf culture and customs and have the opportunity to gain employment in a role requiring Auslan qualifications.

Gain these skills
  • Learn deaf protocol
  • Adjust signing styles to suit a specified audience
  • Use complex Auslan
  • Accordion content
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Language-learning aptitude
  • High level of memory retention, concentration, accuracy and objectivity
  • Flexibility, adaptability, understanding and acceptance
  • Able to liaise with people from a range of backgrounds
  • Good organisational and time management skills

 

EAB06 Automotive Air Conditioning Skill Set Skill set Online
Midland
Automotive, Automotive Electrical, air conditioning, auto, servicing, vehicle, car, ac, air con, Aircon, heating, ventilation, HVAC, refrigerant, Australian Refrigeration Council,

Meet the licensing requirements for automotive air conditioning

If you have an automotive or other relevant qualification and require a Refrigerant Handling Licence then our Automotive Air Conditioning Skill Set is the ideal study pathway for you.

When you successfully complete this skill set you'll meet the training requirements to obtain a Refrigerant Handling License. Applying for a license is done through the Australian Refrigeration Council’s website www.arctick.org Opens in a new window - see the Australian Refrigeration Council for further information about licenses.

This course is delivered through a combination of online study and on-campus practical components.

AUR20218 BDQ6 Automotive Air Conditioning Technology Certificate II Online
Midland
J371, TAFE02, Automotive, Automotive Electrical, aur20212, air conditioning, auto, servicing, vehicle, car, AUR20216, O000004, O000000, ac, air con, BAG0, AUR20216, Aircon, AUR20218, BDQ6, heating, ventilation, HVAC, refrigerant, Australian Refrigeration Council, arctick

Meet the licensing requirements for automotive air conditioning

When you successfully complete this course you'll have what employers are looking for in an automotive licensed air conditioning technician.

North Metropolitan TAFE offers this as a standalone course, but if you are an apprentice student close to completing the AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Technology or AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology,  you have the opportunity to gain the Certificate II in Automotive Air-Conditioning Technology as well.

This course is delivered through a combination of online study and on-campus practical components. You can also apply for Recognition of Prior Learning where appropriate.

The AUR20218 Certificate II in Automotive Air-Conditioning Technology is required to obtain a Refrigerant Handling License. Applying for a license is done through the Australian Refrigeration Council’s website www.arctick.org.

Gain these skills
  • Service heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems
  • Retrofit and modify
  • Diagnose and repair faults
  • Workplace safety and health
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Ability to work well with manual hand tools and technical aptitude
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Good vision and hearing
  • Communication and customer service skills
AUR30316 BAD3 Automotive Electrical Technology Certificate III On campus
Midland
WB71, TAFE02, Vehicles, Electrics, Cars, Auto, aur20412, automotive, mechanic, O000000, O000003, apprentice automotive electrical technician, Qualified Automotive Electrical Service and Repair Technician, Midland, diagnose, service, repair, Automotive Electrical Technology, starting, charging, ignition and lighting systems

lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

Fine tune your automotive career

You will be required to complete the Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology when you are employed as an apprentice automotive electrical technician. This course will give you a broad range of skills and knowledge to work effectively in the automotive industry servicing, diagnosing and repairing electrical systems and components in a range of vehicles.

Automotive students at the Midland campus enjoy quality facilities including modern vehicles, specialised diagnostic equipment, and fully equipped classrooms and workshops.

The Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

Gain these skills
  • Vehicle wiring
  • Diagnose, service and repair a range of electrical systems including (but not limited too):
    • starting
    • charging
    • ignition
    • lighting
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Good background in reading, writing and mathematics
  • Good eyesight and vision for detail
  • Practical with good problem-solving skills
  • Able to communicate and interact with customers

 

AUR20416 AB03 Automotive Electrical Technology (Automotive Electrical Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II On campus
Midland
WB71, TAFE02, Vehicle, Electric, Car, Auto, aur20412, automotive, mechanic, aa25, TAFEADM,O000000, Automotive, O000003, Electrical, AUR20416, AB03, YY000000, O000004, diagnostic, circuits,

Ignite your automotive electrical career

Complete this pre-apprenticeship and you'll have what employers are looking for in an apprentice automotive electrical technician.

Many employers prefer apprenticeship applicants to have completed a pre-apprenticeship — this course will give you the skills and knowledge to make you more competitive and give you a flying start in learning a trade. Plus our strong links to the automotive industry may also help!

Enjoy quality facilities including modern vehicles, specialised diagnostic equipment, and fully equipped classrooms and workshops.

Please note that entry into this course is competitive.

Gain these skills
  • Installing, testing and repairing wiring and lighting systems, electrical systems, electrical components and circuits
  • Reading wiring diagrams
  • Workplace safety and health
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Good background in reading, writing and mathematics
  • Good eyesight and vision for detail
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • Able to interact with customers
AUR20516 AB05 Automotive Servicing Technology (Light Vehicle Servicing Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II On campus
Midland
WB73, TAFE02, O000000, Vehicle Servicing, Service, Cars, Auto, O000004, AUR20512, automotive, vehicle, mechanic, aa27, TAFEADM, YY000000, AUR20516, AB05, trade, transmission, technician, diagnostic

Gear up for a career in the automotive industry

Complete this pre-apprenticeship course and you'll have what employers will are looking for in an apprentice light vehicle automotive service and repair technician. It will give you the skills, knowledge and behaviours to make you more competitive and give you a flying start in learning a trade. Plus our strong links to the automotive industry may also help!

Automotive technicians work on the mechanical parts of motor vehicles, including the engine, transmission and suspension systems.

Enjoy quality facilities including modern vehicles, specialised diagnostic equipment, and fully equipped classrooms and workshops.

There may be competitive entry to this course. For successful completion of this course, you will be required to complete a work placement component.

Gain these skills
  • Carry out servicing operations
  • Inspect and service engines, steering and suspension systems
  • Repair single electrical circuits
  • Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment
  • Apply basic automotive troubleshooting processes
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Ability to work well with manual hand tools and technical aptitude
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Good vision and hearing
  • A current drivers license
  • Communication and customer service skills
SC-MHF-V1306 Blacksmithing/Metal Sculpture Welding Short course On campus
Midland
Garden features, abstract, pieces, sculptures, art short course, welding, metal, NMT16068, V1242

Use your creativity to turn scrap metal into works of art

Enrol in North Metropolitan TAFE's metal sculpture welding course and you'll learn how to work with metal in new and different ways. You'll get the skills you need to transform pieces of scrap metal into garden features, abstract pieces and sculptures.

You will receive instruction in the safe use of tools and basic welding/metal forming techniques.

Dress requirements

You will be required to wear personal protective clothing at all times which include steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long pants and cotton drill shirt.

52824WA AB31 Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) (Carpentry and Joinery Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II On campus
Balga
Clarkson
Midland
Q000000, Q000002, YY000000, TAFEADM, Carpenter, Joiner, Carpentry, Joinery, building, construction, build, wood, timber, roof, plumbing, woodwork, wood, wood work, bricklaying, carpentry, aa38, 52443wa, TAFE02, Building and Construction, Carpentry and Joinery, wc17, 52824WA, Ab31

Do you have a building desire to work with wood?

Carpenters and joiners construct, erect, install, renovate and repair structures and fixtures made of wood, plywood, wallboard and other materials, and cut, shape and fit timber parts to form structures and fittings.

When you complete this pre-apprenticeship you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice carpenter and joiner. Give yourself a better chance of gaining an apprenticeship and a flying start in learning a trade.

Gain these skills
  • Using manual and power tools
  • Constructing wall frames
  • Installing flooring
  • Interpreting plans
  • How to measure and calculate materials
  • Working with scaffolding
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Enjoy hands-on work
  • Physically fit and abe to undertake manual labour for extended periods
  • Good communication and teamwork skills
  • Planning, organisational and problem solving skills

 

BSB30415 AVS2 Business Administration Certificate III On campus
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Perth (Northbridge)
avs2, bsb30415, TAFE04, R000000, Business and Finance, R000012, Business, TAFEADM

Administrators - the key to an efficiently run organisation

This qualification will provide you with specialist skills in business administration including keyboard skills and word processing. While studying in our simulated work environment you will learn administrative procedures such as processing accounts, maintaining business records and creating documents.

Keen to get started? We offer this course on campus and online.

Gain these skills
  • Keyboarding speed and accuracy
  • Organise workplace information and schedules
  • Write simple documents and create spreadsheets
  • Create electronic presentations
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • A desire to assist people in their work duties
  • Want to further develop verbal and written communication skills
  • Keen to develop attention to detail, planning and organisational skills
  • Able to relate to people from a range of cultures

 

BSB31015 AVQ6 Business Administration (Legal) Certificate III On campus
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Perth (Northbridge)
TAFEADM, AVQ6, BSB31015, TAFE04, R000000, Business and Finance, R000012, Business, R000016, legal, Personal, assistant, executive, manager, Offices, administrator, administration, reception, receptionist, lawyer, legal professional, criminal law, family law, commercial law, litigation, para-legal, front desk, support staff,

Gain a basic insight into the legal system

With a legal studies qualification you could find yourself in various support and advanced support roles.

Taught by legal professionals, you will learn how to draft legal documents and how to act ethically in a legal environment to work in fields such as criminal law, family law, commercial law or litigation, in both government and the private sector. You could be working as a para-legal alongside a legal practitioner or you may also apply to the WA Police Force (subject to entry requirements being met).

Gain these skills
  • Confidentiality and security issues
  • Legal terminology
  • Searching the public record
  • Producing business documents
  • Knowledge of the legal system
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • A desire to extend communication skills
  • Able to work well under pressure
  • Would like to develop organisational skills
  • Able to keep information confidential
BSB31115 AVT0 Business Administration (Medical) Certificate III On campus
Online
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Perth (Northbridge)
TAFEADM, avt0, bsb31115, TAFE04, R000000, Business and Finance, R000012, Business, medical, medical receptionist, surgery, medical practice, medical administration, doctors receptionist,

Want to make a start working within medical administration?

Be it your local medical practice or a larger hospital setting, this course includes all the necessary skills to get your career on its way. You will gain skills and knowledge specific to a medical practice environment including administration processes and learn to use Medical Director’s Pracsoft software.

Gain these skills
  • Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
  • Maintain patient records and accounts within confidentiality guidelines
  • Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy
  • Design and produce digital documents
  • Organise workplace information and schedules
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • A desire to assist medical staff in a practice or hospital
  • Would like to further develop verbal and written communication skills
  • Keen to develop attention to detail, planning and organisational skills
  • Able to relate to people from a range of cultures
SC-MFM-V1237 CNC Lathe Introduction Short course On campus
Midland
engineering, lathes, CNC

Cover all the basics for use and maintenance of CNC lathes

You'll learn all about:

  • safety on and around CNC lathes
  • start up, shut down and maintenance of CNC lathes
  • setting of tools and jaws
  • basic lathe programmimg (FANUC)
  • sample of repetitive cycles - rough turning, finish turning and threading
  • operation of the lathe with a small part project (screw jack)
SC-MFM-V1238 CNC Machining centre introduction Short course On campus
Midland
CNC lathes, engineering

A practical approach to computerised machining

CNC Machining is a method carried out by computerised devices to perform a broad range of manufacturing tasks in a wide variety of fields.

During this course you will cover:

  • safety on and around CNC machining centres
  • start up, shut down and basic maintenance of CNC machining centres
  • setting of tools and work holding devices
  • basic machining centre programming (Fanuc)
  • sample of canned cycles (peck drilling, boring, tapping)
  • operation of the machining centre with a small part project (turners cube)
EAB63 COVID-19 Direct Care Skill Set Skill set On campus
Midland
Mount Lawley

Infection prevention and control skills

In response to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, there is an urgent demand for aged and disability workers trained in providing safe personal care and support. These skills have never been more important for those working or looking to work in the health and community services sectors.

The current situation may have you feeling like you need to refresh your skills so you can confidently protect yourself and your clients whilst providing support and care. This skill set will give you the training you need to update or develop your infection prevention and control skills.

Delivered through a mix of both online virtual classrooms and on-campus study, this course will give vital skills to existing health, aged and disability worker, along with those looking to start a career in these industries.

You will gain the skills you need to deliver care and support, utilise infection control measures and safe manual handling techniques.

You'll complete three nationally accredited units:
• HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures;
• HLTWHS005 Conduct manual tasks safely; and
• CHCCCS011 Meet personal support needs

If you are taking your first steps on the pathway to a career in a health care setting, completion of this skill set can also help you on your way to gaining a Certificate III in Individual Support.

For more information please contact Catherine.Catanach@nmtafe.wa.edu.au or 9427 3839

CPC32011 D409 Carpentry and Joinery Certificate III Apprenticeship
On campus
Balga
Clarkson
Midland
Q000000, Q000002, Carpenter, carpentry, joiner, wood, timber, roof, plumbing, woodwork, wood, wood work, bricklaying, d391, cpc30211, TAFE02, Building and Construction, Carpentry and Joinery, d409

 

Do you want to build a strong career from the ground up?

You will gain the knowledge and skills to carry out a range of building and construction tasks; use basic carpentry tools, power tools, carpentry materials; construct a pitched roof, ceiling frame, wooden flooring; interpret plans; and apply work health and safety requirements.

CHC32015 AWJ2 Community Services Certificate III Employer-based
On campus
Online
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
 TAFE04, S000000, S000002, J000007, Education and Community Services,  Community Services, case worker, support worker, community worker, awj2, chc32015, helping people, mental health, drugs and alcohol, youth, social, sciences, child, protection, family, support, welfare, community, TAFEADM, online, community support worker, welfare worker, Aboriginal Intake and Referral Worker, Aboriginal Community Development Worker, Accommodation Support Worker, Residential Support Worker, Neighbourhood Centre Worker, Youth Housing Support Worker, Welfare Support Worker

lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

There is an ongoing skill shortage in Community Services — employment prospects are high

This course is ideal for support workers, case workers and client contact officers; generally, positions with direct contact with clients, providing  day-to-day support.

All of our Community Service qualifications have flexible training delivery modes and the option to study on the job. This means you get the most relevant skills and the opportunity to form industry contacts.

You'll also be mentored by attentive and caring lecturers who have extensive experience in the industry.

Gain these skills
  • Interpersonal skills to work in residential and community settings with clients
  • Identify their needs and plan and develop appropriate services
  • Insight into the community services sector including mental health, alcohol and other drug services and domestic violence services
  • Learn about the ethical and legal responsibilities of community workers
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Positive, can-do approach, and a friendly, caring attitude
  • Respectful, resilient and empathetic
  • Sound, sensible decision-making skills
  • A non-judgmental attitude and ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Able to demonstrate good judgment and common sense in dynamic and challenging environments
  • Sound understanding of the importance of personal and professional boundaries
Delivery mode information
Online

With online study you will be completing your course via an online platform which contains all your study material and assessments. You will be provided a login and password to access this material once you have been enrolled at North Metropolitan TAFE. 

Online is a little different to on-campus study as you do not have face to face contact with your lecturers and you do not engage directly with fellow students during every-day class activities. If on-campus study is not your preference, then online study is a great option. Rest assured you will be supported by your online lecturers.
You will also have access to lecturers via your online dashboard. The lecturers will help to clarify your concerns, assist with the course content, mark your assessments and provide you with feedback if required

Qualifications are broken down into stages with an intensive practical skills workshop run at the end of each stage. You will only need to enrol and pay for one stage at a time.

A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
Part-time

With part time study you will be completing your course on-campus with face to face contact with your lecturers and fellow students during every-day class activities.

Qualifications are broken down into stages to try and suit your availability. 
If you are planning on completing a Certificate III or IV level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 2 or 3 stages over 12 - 18 months 
If you are planning on completing a Diploma level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 3 or 4 stages over 18 - 24 months 

A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
Work-based

Workplace training offers a flexible, self-paced study program which combines workplace recognition of prior learning and individualised ‘gap’ training to attain your qualification.

Workplace training means every time you go to work you are learning and demonstrating competence whilst working towards your qualification. The flexibility of workplace training allows you to structure and perform learning and assessment in a way that fits into your professional and personal life.

Learning and assessment plans are created on an individual level in consultation with you and/or your employer. Workplace training assessment is conducted using numerous methods including practical demonstration and observation, question and answer interviews, written tasks, supervisor reports and workshops. 

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
CHC42015 AWL8 Community Services Certificate IV Employer-based
On campus
Online
Traineeship
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
awl8, chc42015, worker, TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000002, Community Services, case worker, community care, residential care, TAFEADM, online, Aboriginal Intake and Referral Worker, Community Worker (mental health, alcohol & drugs, youth, migrant services), Community Education Worker, Support Worker (Community Services), Case Worker (Community Services), domestic Violence Worker, Outreach Officer, Early Intervention Homelessness Worker, Court Support Worker, community Legal Officers, Information and Referral Worker, Tenant Advice and Advocacy Worker, Phone Advice Worker (Community Services), Supervisor, Team Leader (Community Services), Welfare Support Worker, Family Support Worker, Parole Probation Officer, Residential Care Officer

Further your skills in developing services and programs for the community

If you enjoy helping people and like working in a team then a career in community services could be for you. There is an ongoing skill shortage in this industry so employment prospects are high.

As part of this qualification you will undertake a work placement* where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned.

All of our Community Service qualifications have flexible training delivery modes and the option to study on the job.

Gain these skills
  • Advanced communication
  • Group work
  • How to design and deliver programs that enhance community participation
  • Legal and ethical responsibilities and requirements for working in community services
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Respectful, resilient, empathetic and have a positive outlook
  • A non-judgmental attitude and ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Able to exercise initiative
  • Leadership qualities
  • Able to build positive relationships with multi-disciplinary teams
  • Strong communication, consultation, problem solving and negotiation skills
Delivery mode information
Online

With online study you will be completing your course via an online platform which contains all your study material and assessments. You will be provided a login and password to access this material once you have been enrolled at North Metropolitan TAFE. 

Online is a little different to on-campus study as you do not have face to face contact with your lecturers and you do not engage directly with fellow students during every-day class activities. If on-campus study is not your preference, then online study is a great option. Rest assured you will be supported by your online lecturers.
You will also have access to lecturers via your online dashboard. The lecturers will help to clarify your concerns, assist with the course content, mark your assessments and provide you with feedback if required

Qualifications are broken down into stages with an intensive practical skills workshop run at the end of each stage. You will only need to enrol and pay for one stage at a time.

A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
Part-time

With part time study you will be completing your course on-campus with face to face contact with your lecturers and fellow students during every-day class activities.

Qualifications are broken down into stages to try and suit your availability. 
If you are planning on completing a Certificate III or IV level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 2 or 3 stages over 12 - 18 months 
If you are planning on completing a Diploma level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 3 or 4 stages over 18 - 24 months 

A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
Work-based

Workplace training offers a flexible, self-paced study program which combines workplace recognition of prior learning and individualised ‘gap’ training to attain your qualification.

Workplace training means every time you go to work you are learning and demonstrating competence whilst working towards your qualification. The flexibility of workplace training allows you to structure and perform learning and assessment in a way that fits into your professional and personal life.

Learning and assessment plans are created on an individual level in consultation with you and/or your employer. Workplace training assessment is conducted using numerous methods including practical demonstration and observation, question and answer interviews, written tasks, supervisor reports and workshops. 

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
CHC52015 AWM0 Community Services Diploma Employer-based
On campus
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000002, Community Services, AWM0, AWMO, CHC52015, worker, case manager, program coordinator, youth worker, TAFEADM, online, community Worker, Disabilities Services Officer, Family Support Worker, Youth Liaison Officer, welfare Worker, Welfare Case Worker

Care for a career

Complete this qualification and you could be working in community services, case management or social housing, involved in the managing, co-ordinating and/or delivering of person-centred services to individuals, groups and communities.

You will have specialised skills in community services and work autonomously under broad directions from senior management, providing direct support to individuals or groups. You may also have responsibility for the supervision of other workers and volunteers and/or case management, program coordination or the development of new business opportunities.

All our community service qualifications have flexible training delivery modes and the option to study on the job. This means you get the most relevant skills and the opportunity to form industry contacts.

Gain these skills
  • Consultation
  • Community program development
  • Group work
  • Advocacy
  • Case management
  • Policy and research
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • 18+ years of age
  • Able to undertake research and self directed activities
  • Self motivated, pro-active and energetic 
  • Creative thinker with strong problem solving skills
  • Strong decision making skills based on sound judgment and empathy
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills
Delivery mode information
Online

With online study you will be completing your course via an online platform which contains all your study material and assessments. You will be provided a login and password to access this material once you have been enrolled at North Metropolitan TAFE. 

Online is a little different to on-campus study as you do not have face to face contact with your lecturers and you do not engage directly with fellow students during every-day class activities. If on-campus study is not your preference, then online study is a great option. Rest assured you will be supported by your online lecturers.
You will also have access to lecturers via your online dashboard. The lecturers will help to clarify your concerns, assist with the course content, mark your assessments and provide you with feedback if required

Qualifications are broken down into stages with an intensive practical skills workshop run at the end of each stage. You will only need to enrol and pay for one stage at a time.

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
Part-time

With part time study you will be completing your course on-campus with face to face contact with your lecturers and fellow students during every-day class activities.

Qualifications are broken down into stages to try and suit your availability. 
If you are planning on completing a Certificate III or IV level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 2 or 3 stages over 12 - 18 months 
If you are planning on completing a Diploma level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 3 or 4 stages over 18 - 24 months

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
Work-based

Workplace training offers a flexible, self-paced study program which combines workplace recognition of prior learning and individualised ‘gap’ training to attain your qualification.

Workplace training means every time you go to work you are learning and demonstrating competence whilst working towards your qualification. The flexibility of workplace training allows you to structure and perform learning and assessment in a way that fits into your professional and personal life.

Learning and assessment plans are created on an individual level in consultation with you and/or your employer. Workplace training assessment is conducted using numerous methods including practical demonstration and observation, question and answer interviews, written tasks, supervisor reports and workshops. 

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
 
UEE20511 A103 Computer Assembly and Repair Certificate II On campus
East Perth
Midland
TAFEADM, A103, uee20511, TAFE04, L000000, Information, Technology, Library and Digital, L000005, Information Communication Technology, electrotechnology, q000000, q000009, DC circuit theory, assembly, installation, repair and re-assembly of electronic and computer equipment, Hand soldering, component placement, Computer Assembler, Computer Servicer

Are you looking for career in electronics?

North Metropolitan TAFE is offering a dual qualification in Electronics and Computer Assembly and Repair. You can gain the Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair and the Certificate II in Electronics qualifications in just six months, opening doors to many different fields of further study and/or employment.

In this course you will develop the ability to select components and assemble computers to customer specifications. You will also learn how to carry out routine hardware repairs (generally by replacement) of known faulty components.

Successful completion of this dual qualification could lead to an apprenticeship or employment as a technician’s trade assistant in a wide variety of electronic fields such as computer assembly and servicing, refrigeration and air conditioning, telecommunications, and security and fire alarms. Many employers regard basic training in electrical/electronic theory as a pre-requisite to employment.

Gain these skills
  • Basic DC circuit theory
  • Practical skills for the assembly, installation, repair and re-assembly of electronic and computer equipment
  • A custom blend of DC circuit theory and mathematical skills
  • Electronic component identification and handling procedures
  • Hand soldering, component placement and mounting onto a printed wiring board
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Good communication skills
  • A logical approach to problem solving
  • Able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • An interest in electronics and computers
AHC21016 BDF0 Conservation and Land Management Certificate II Employer-based
On campus
Traineeship
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Conservation, Land Management, Environmentally sustainable, Animal trapping, Recognise fauna, Recognise plants, Operate a chainsaw, Manual handling methods, Operate a 4x4 vehicle, Fell trees, TAFE02, C000000, Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment, C000010, Conservation and Land Management, d460, ahc21010, c000002, TAFEADM, bdf0, bdfo, ahc21016

Get started on your career in conservation and land management

This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to assist with a range of tasks to maintain and restore natural and cultural places and farmland

You will also be able to choose from a range of subjects which include working with plants and animals, construction and maintenance, using machinery and equipment, and managing resources. You will be able to focus your studies in different areas which include conservation earthworks, Indigenous land management, lands, parks and wildlife, natural area restoration and management, weed management and vertebrate pest management.

You may be able to attain a triple qualification, adding the Certificate II in Horticulture and Certificate II in Landscaping to this Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management, talk to staff when you enrol.

Gain these skills
  • Workplace safety
  • Environmental work practices
  • Providing first aid
  • Treating weeds
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • A passion for conservation and the environment
  • A willingness to work outdoors regardless of weather conditions
  • Fit and able to carry out manual work

 

AHC31416 BDC1 Conservation and Land Management Certificate III Employer-based
On campus
Traineeship
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Midland
Conservation, Land Management,  Control weeds, Revegetation, Respond to wildfire, Suppress wildfire, GPS data, Apply chemicals, Erosion, Sediment control, Store chemicals, TAFE02, C000000, Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment, C000010, Conservation and Land Management, d480, ahc31410, c000002, TAFEADM, bdc1

Work for the future

This course is designed to give you the foundation skills and knowledge needed within the conservation industry, to enter the work force in either private, local or state government sectors.

You may be able to attain a dual qualification incorporating this qualification and the Certificate III in Horticulture, talk to staff when you enrol.

Gain these skills
  • Establish and maintain landscapes, including revegetation and propagation
  • Install pressurised irrigation systems
  • Control weeds, plant pests, diseases and disorders
  • Prepare, apply, store and transport chemicals
  • Work safely and sustainably
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • Love practical work
  • Enjoy working outdoors
  • Appreciate the value in restoring natural bush land, coastal and aquatic areas

 

CHC51015 AZA0 Counselling Diploma Employer-based
On campus
Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
Leederville
Midland
TAFE02, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000009, Counselling, domestic violence, case management, welfare, social work, community services, youth work, mental health, allied field, counsellor

Gain a competitive edge to employment in this fast-growing industry

This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work with clients experiencing complex situations requiring advanced interviewing and communication skills in a community services setting.

During the course you will gain industry experience and grow your expertise. You may find yourself working  in the areas of mental health, drugs and alcohol abuse, family and domestic violence, housing, adolescent development, or parenting and relationships - completing this course will give you a competitive edge to secure employment in this fast-growing industry.

This course may be of particular interest to graduates of Diploma or higher in community services, youth work, mental health, allied field or applicants already working in these industries. 

Gain these skills
  • Build and facilitate counselling relationships with clients
  • Reflect on and improve your own professional practice
  • Recognise and respond to crisis situations
  • Research and apply personality and development theories
  • Work legally and ethically
Is this course right for me?

I have the following attributes:

  • 18+ years of age
  • Able to undertake research and apply myself to self directed activities
  • Broad-minded and non-judgemental
  • Able to keep information confidential
  • Able to relate to people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures
Delivery mode information
Part-time

With part time study you will be completing your course on-campus with face to face contact with your lecturers and fellow students during every-day class activities.

Qualifications are broken down into stages to try and suit your availability. 
If you are planning on completing a Certificate III or IV level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 2 or 3 stages over 12 - 18 months 
If you are planning on completing a Diploma level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 3 or 4 stages over 18 - 24 months 

A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
 
Work-based

Workplace training offers a flexible, self-paced study program which combines workplace recognition of prior learning and individualised ‘gap’ training to attain your qualification.

Workplace training means every time you go to work you are learning and demonstrating competence whilst working towards your qualification. The flexibility of workplace training allows you to structure and perform learning and assessment in a way that fits into your professional and personal life.

Learning and assessment plans are created on an individual level in consultation with you and/or your employer. Workplace training assessment is conducted using numerous methods including practical demonstration and observation, question and answer interviews, written tasks, supervisor reports and workshops. 

To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
 
10725NAT BEH83 Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English Course in On campus
Balga
Midland
Perth (Northbridge)
A000000, A000003, A000002, Language, English, written, spoken, adult literacy, second language, reading, writing, read, write, cswe, migrant, amep, ames, access, 6481, 10361nat, TAFE13, Languages and Foundation Studies, TAFEADM

Are you new to Australia?

When you finish the Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English you will have basic English skills.

    You will be enrolled in the correct level based on your English knowledge.

    Book enrolment interview to study at Northbridge

    Book enrolment interview to study at Joondalup (Majid) - Tuesday & Wednesday OR Friday

    Book enrolment interview to study at  Joondalup (Andrew) 

    Gain these skills

    You will learn:

    • Simple words
    • Simple writing
    • Simple maths
    • Simple documents
    Is this course right for me?

    I would like to:

    • Learn English that directly relates to my immediate personal and social needs
    • Prepare for participation in further English language study
    CHC30113 J587 Early Childhood Education and Care Certificate III Employer-based
    On campus
    Online
    Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
    Leederville
    Midland
    S000000, S000001, Childcare, children, kids, day care, J587, CHC30113, Early childhood educator, Outside school hours care assistant, playgroup supervisor, Recreation assistant, Childhood Educator, Childhood educator assistant, Child Care Aide, Family Day Care Worker, Family Day Carer, Nanny, Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Indigenous, Koolark

    lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

    Your gateway to a rewarding career in a growing industry

    Early Childhood Education and Care is an expanding industry for those with a genuine interest and passion in the care and education of young children up to the age of 5 years. The childcare industry is demanding higher qualifications and training from educators in this field to ensure consistently high standards of education and care for children placed in these services. This can be achieved by completing the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care.

    You'll learn how to interact and foster the development of the children while working within legal requirements and ensuring the children's health and safety are not at risk.

    As part of this qualification you will undertake a supervised work placement where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned.

    You will work closely with children from different backgrounds and cultures and provide care and support for them in various child care situations.

    North Metropolitan TAFE is offering early childhood training to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and further information can be found on our Koolark Page.

    Gain these skills
    • First aid in an education and care setting
    • Provide care for babies, toddlers and children
    • Support the holistic development, play and learning of children in early childhood
    • Use an approved learning framework and information about children to inform and guide practice
    Is this course right for me?

    I have the following attributes:

    • Enjoy working with children and able to to relate well to them
    • Enthusiastic, tactful, patient and a sense of humor
    • Calm, alert, observant and active
    • Good problem-solving skills with ability to communicate simply and clearly
    • A good fitness level to be able to lift children and child care equipment
    CHC50113 J594 Early Childhood Education and Care Diploma Employer-based
    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship
    Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
    Leederville
    Midland
    j594, chc50113, childcare, worker, educator, room leader, educational leader, children's services, coordinator, crèche, manager, playgroup, S000000, S000001, Working with children, children, play, care, education, child, family, aboriginal, atsi, indigenous, special needs, TAFEADM, childcare centre coordinator, Crèche Supervisor, Child Care Supervisor, Playgroup Leader

    A fulfilling career helping children grow and develop

    This diploma will provide you with the skills and knowledge to manage the operation of a child care centre where you would be responsible for planning, implementing and managing programs in early childhood services (0-5 years), in accordance with licensing, accreditation and duty of care requirements. You would also supervise staff and volunteers.

    During this course you will learn to provide care and meet the social, emotional, physical and educational needs of infants and young children in various care settings.

    As part of this qualification you will undertake ongoing work placement where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned. You will work closely with children from different backgrounds and cultures and provide care and support for them.

    In most states this is the highest qualification required at director or service manager level for children's service centre based care and education.

    Gain these skills
    • Ethical work practices and legal requirements of the industry
    • Advanced skills in:
      • Care routines
      • Working with families
      • Observing and recording children's behaviour
      • Working with culturally diverse clients
      • Managing safety in the workplace
    Is this course right for me?

    I have the following attributes:

    • Enjoy working with children and able to relate to them and their parents
    • Enthusiastic, tactful, patient and a sense of humor
    • Calm, alert, observant and active
    • Able to use judgment and initiative and work as part of a team
    • Good fitness level to be able to lift children and child care equipment

     

    CHC30213 J588 Education Support Certificate III On campus
    Online
    Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
    Leederville
    Midland
    teachers assistant, teachers aid, teachers aide, TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000003, Education Services, J588, chc30213, education support, education, education assistant, Working with children, children, play, care, education, child, family, aboriginal, atsi, indigenous, special needs, TAFEADM, Integration Aide, Preschool Aide, Kindergarten Assistant, School Services Officer, Teachers' Aide, Teachers' Assistant, Education Aides, Teachers' Aide, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Worker, Integration Aide, Preschool Aide, Kindergarten Assistant, School Services Officer

    Develop the skills and knowledge to assist teaching staff

    This course will provide you with a customised program in learning support to prepare you for roles such as an education assistant working in a school. You will learn to provide support to a classroom teacher for children from kindergarten to Year 12.

    As part of this qualification you will undertake a supervised work placement where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned in a classroom setting.

    Certificate III in Education Support students are required to obtain a Working with Children Check and a Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check before attending work placement. Under 18 students will be required to obtain a Confidential Statutory Declaration.

    Gain these skills
    • Implement planned education programs
    • Assist students in their learning and development
    • Contribute to the safety and health of students
    • Support students with additional needs.
    • Work effectively with culturally diverse students and colleagues
    Is this course right for me?

    I have the following attributes:

    • Caring and enthusiastic nature
    • Open-minded and flexible to changes
    • Adaptable to cater for a diverse range of student needs
    • Good reasoning and organisational skills
    • Able to follow directions and guidelines
    CHC40213 J590 Education Support Certificate IV Employer-based
    On campus
    Online
    Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
    Leederville
    Midland
    teachers assistant, teachers aid, TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000003, Education Services, J590, chc40213, education support, education, education assistant, TAFEADM, Integration Aide, Preschool Aide, Kindergarten Assistant, School Services Officer, Teachers' Aide, Teachers' Assistant, Education Aids, Teachers' Aide, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Worker

    Engage your passion for working with children and supporting their individual needs

    The Certificate IV in Education Support will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to assist the teaching staff in schools and provide care, instruction and supervision in kindergarten, pre-primary, primary and secondary school. It will also offer you a career that fits in with your family life.

    This course is also available through a structured online mode of study. Online is a little different to on-campus study as you do not have face to face contact with your lecturers. If on-campus study is not your preference, then online study is a great option. You will still be supported by your online lecturers. With online study you will be completing your course via an online platform which contains all your study material and assessments. You will be provided a login and password to access this material once you have been enrolled at North Metropolitan TAFE. 

    No matter how you choose to study, as part of this qualification you will need to undertake a supervised work placement where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned in a classroom setting.

    Certificate IV in Education Support students are required to obtain a Working with Children Check and a Department of Education Police Clearance before attending work placement. Under 18 students will be required to obtain a Confidential Statutory Declaration.

    Gain these skills
    • Implement planned education programs
    • Assist students in their learning and development
    • Contribute to the safety and health of students
    • Support students with additional needs and disabilities
    • Work with children and young people at risk of harm
    • Work effectively with culturally diverse students, families and co-workers
    Is this course right for me?

    I have the following attributes:

    • Caring and enthusiastic nature
    • Open-minded and flexible to changes
    • Adaptable to cater for a diverse range of student needs
    • Able to communicate well
    • Good reasoning skills
    • Good organisational and problem solving skills
    • Able to follow directions and guidelines
    UEE40411 A135 Electrical - Instrumentation Certificate IV Online
    Midland
    Q000000, Q000009, U000000, U000001, electrical, electronic, instrument, instrumentation, instrumentation midland, electrian, fitter, engineering, engineer, civil, mechanical, mechatronics, oil, gas, petroleum, robotics, salary, fifo, employment, employability, product, design, manufacture, mining, cad, drafting, wt46, mem40105, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, designer, instrumentation and control technician, Instrumentation and Control Technician, Electronic Engineering Technician

    Become instrumental in maintaining high tech control systems

    Are you a qualified tradesperson with an electrical trade background? If so this course will give you the practical skills and knowledge to be employed as an instrumentation and control technician. You will undertake both theoretical and practical training. The theoretical component is online whilst the practical components can be completed at our Midland campus (generally within two weeks).

    To complete this qualification you will need to have prerequisite, core and other units required for the Certificate IV credited via an RPL or Credit Transfer process.

    Gain these skills
    • Install, commission, calibrate and maintain modern instrumentation and control systems
    • PLC programming
    • Configure instruments
    • Prepare industry reports
    Is this course right for me?

    I have the following attributes:

    • Good at problem solving and interested in working with machinery/high tech equipment
    • Able to  concentrate in busy or stressful situations
    • Comfortable working in a physical environment
    • Good at reading and interpreting plans
    • Safety conscious
      UEE33011 A131 Electrical Fitting Certificate III Apprenticeship
      On campus
      Midland
      T000000, T00000, electrical, electrotechnology, fitting, engineering, a131, uee33011, TAFE13, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000009, Electrical and Electrotechnology, apprenticeship, wiring, install, Electrical Fitting, manufacture, fit, assemble, erect, operate, test, fault find, alter, repair electrical equipment and includes electrical wiring work only if that work is associated with assembling, maintaining, terminating or altering the wiring between electrical components within a plant or machinery, d.c. circuits and in single and three phase low voltage machines, develop and connect electrical control circuits and use diagrams, standards, codes and specifications, apprenticeship, Electrical fitter

      A fitting trades career in electrics

      This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to manufacture, fit, assemble, erect, operate, test, fault find, alter, repair electrical equipment and includes electrical wiring work only if that work is associated with assembling, maintaining, terminating or altering the wiring between electrical components within a plant or machinery.

      The Certificate III in Electrical Fitting is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Solve problems in d.c. circuits and in single and three phase low voltage machines
      • Develop and connect electrical control circuits
      • Use diagrams, standards, codes and specifications
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Good communication skills
      • Able to follow plans and instructions, and solve problems
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Enjoy and have an aptitude for technical and engineering activities

       

      UEE21911 A113 Electronics Certificate II On campus
      East Perth
      Midland
      TAFEADM, A113, uee21911, TAFE04, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000009, Electrical and Electrotechnology

      Are you looking for an electronics career?

      North Metropolitan TAFE is offering a dual qualification in Electronics and Computer Assembly and Repair.  You can gain the Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair and the Certificate II in Electronics qualifications in just six months, opening doors to many different fields of further study and/or employment, including an apprenticeship.

      In this course you will develop the ability to select, assemble, set up and maintain electronic devices following prescribed routines.

      Related further study
      This course is ideal if you wish to progress to further study in the electrotechnology arena, providing you with a foundation for entry to a range of studies in fields such as:
      • Electronics
      • Electrical
      • Computer assembly & servicing
      • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
      • Telecommunications
      • Security & Fire Alarms
      Gain these skills
      • Basic DC circuit theory
      • Practical skills for the assembly, installation, repair and re-assembly of electronic and computer equipment
      • A custom blend of DC circuit theory and mathematical skills
      • Electronic component identification and handling procedures
      • Hand soldering, component placement and mounting onto a printed wiring board
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Good communication skills
      • Able to follow plans and instructions, and solve problems
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Enjoy and have an aptitude for technical activities

       

      SC-MES-V1405 Electronics and Arduino Design Short Course Short course On campus
      Midland
      SC-MES-V1405, short course, Arduino, electronics projects, DIY electronics, microprocessor, circuit, programming,

      If you've always liked tinkering, inventing and building gadgets this course will help you get creating.

      It is aimed at designing and building DIY electronic projects. You'll gain an understanding of electronic components and circuit theory together with microprocessor programming (via the popular Arduino microcontroller).

      You'll cover the basics of building these circuits, helping you on your way to success in the DIY electronics world.

      This is a self-paced course that includes working on-line and in the workshop at Midland campus, which will be open on Wednesday evenings between 6:00pm and 8:30pm by appointment only.

      UEE30911 A125 Electronics and Communications Certificate III Apprenticeship
      On campus
      Midland
      T000000, T000002, pc, Computers, Electrotechnology, Electronics, service, install, upgrade, repair, computer, a125, uee30911, TAFE13, L000005, L000003, L000000, U000000, U000004

      Extend your knowledge and skills in electronics and communications

      This course will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to assemble, install, test, service, and repair electronic systems and equipment in general electronics, communications, computer or consumer electronics. You will learn about electrical and amplifier principles, microprocessors, power control systems, data communications, and safety in the workplace.

      Gain these skills
      • Circuit analysis
      • Digital electronics
      • Computing
      • Programming microprocessors
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Good communication skills
      • Able to follow plans and instructions, and solve problems
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Enjoy and have an aptitude for technical activities

       

      UEE40711 A137 Electronics and Communications Certificate IV Online
      Midland
      TAFE04, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000015, Telecommunications, U000000, U000004

      Amp up your career in electronics and telecommunications

      Complete the Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications and you’ll have the practical skills and knowledge to work with radio/telecommunication, data systems/cabling and computer network hardware.

      This course is delivered partially online and on campus over 18 months. If you have completed a Certificate II or a trade certificate in Electronics (or equivalent) you can apply for a credit transfer reducing your study time by either six or 12 months.

      Gain these skills
      • Find and repair faults
      • Dismantle, assemble and terminate cable
      • Fabricate electrotechnology components
      • Engineering drawing and project specification writing
      • Supervisory and maintenance management
      • Work safely in the industry
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Good communication skills
      • Good problem solving ability
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Enjoy technical and engineering activities
      UEE22011 AA41 Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II On campus
      Balga
      Clarkson
      East Perth
      Midland
      TAFEADM, Electrical, Electrician, electronics, build, building, wb60, aa41, uee22011, TAFE04, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000009, Electrical and Electrotechnology, sparky, sparkie, YY000000,tradie, trades, career start, pre apprenticeship, electrics, wiring, cabling,

      Are you looking for an apprenticeship in the electrical trades?

      When you complete the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)(Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice in the electrical, instrumentation or electrical servicing trades. 

      Gain these skills
      • Work effectively in the construction industry
      • Use hand and power tools
      • Interpret drawings
      • Take electrical and electronic measurements
      • Solder components
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Good communication skills
      • Able to follow plans and instructions, and solve problems
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Enjoy and have an aptitude for technical activities

       

      UEE30811 A123 Electrotechnology Electrician Certificate III On campus
      Balga
      Clarkson
      Midland
      electrical, electrotechnology, electronics, engineering, pc, computer, a123, uee30811, TAFE04, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000009, Electrical and Electrotechnology, electrician, sparky, license, apprenticeship, sparkie

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

      Are you looking for an electrical career and current skills?

      When you complete the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician you'll be looking at a career as a licensed electrician (additional requirements apply).

      You will gain the knowledge and practical skills to work effectively in the electrical industry.

      The Certificate III in Electrotechnology is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Install low voltage wiring
      • Switch gear and appliances
      • Arrange and connect circuits
      • Troubleshoot and repair apparatus and circuits
      • Use hand and power tools
      • Interpret drawings
      • Take electrical and electronic measurements
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Good communication skills
      • Able to follow plans and instructions, and solve problems
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Enjoy and have an aptitude for technical activities
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment

       

      MEM40105 WB58 Engineering (Computer Numerical Control) Certificate IV On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000001, U000003, metals, CAD, engineering, drafting, mechanical, wb58, mem40105, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, CNC, computer, numerical, control, engineering, machining, and manufacturing, manufacturing supervisor, production manager, team leader, Higher Engineering Tradesperson, Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II

      Are you looking to design a career in manufacturing?

      When you complete the Certificate IV in Engineering (Computer Numerical Control) you'll have specialist skills in engineering, machining, and manufacturing, opening up a career as a manufacturing supervisor, production manager, or team leader.

      You will gain the practical skills and knowledge to set up, program, inspect, and operate NC and CNC machines.

      This is a post trade qualification.

      Gain these skills
      • Create 2D and 3D models using computer aided design
      • Write 2D and 3D program code
      • Interpret technical drawing
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Enjoy technical activities
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Able to work accurately and have good hand-eye coordination
      • Safety conscious
      MEM40105 WT44 Engineering (Fluid Power) Certificate IV On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000001, U000003, metals, engineering, machining, fitting, fluid, power, hydraulics, wt44, mem40105, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, hydraulic, hydraulic systems, hydraulic fitter or technician, hydraulic systems designer, hydraulic equipment sales, Higher Engineering Tradesperson, Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II, Fluid Power Technician, Hydraulic Technician,

      Are you looking for a hydraulically or pneumatically powerful career?

      Hydraulics is a vast and diverse industry and the Certificate IV in Engineering (Fluid Power) will give you the ability to work safely and confidently with hydraulic and pneumatic systems and components. When you complete this qualification you'll have specialist skills in hydraulic systems, hydraulic fitter or technician, hydraulic systems designer, or hydraulic equipment sales.

      This is a post trade qualification. You must have a current MEM30205 Certificate III in Engineering Mechanical Trade (Mechanical Fitter ZA) or (Fitter and Machinist ZB) qualification, or equivalent to study.

      Depending on your Certificate III qualification you may be required to complete Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or a Credit Transfer process (costs apply) to meet the prerequisite units required for the Certificate IV. If you have been working in a trade for more than five years but do not have a Certificate III trade qualification you will need full RPL.

      Third and fourth year apprentices can enrol and be issued with a certificate when they complete their trade studies.

      Gain these skills
      • Analyse, inspect, and maintain hydraulic and pneumatic systems
      • Maintain fluid power controls
      • Monitor equipment condition
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Qualified tradesperson
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Enjoy technical and engineering activities
      • Good problem solving skills
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      MEM20105 AA50 Engineering (Heavy Fabrication Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II On campus
      Clarkson
      Midland
      U000000, U000002, TAFEADM, Fabrication, Welding, Metal, engineering, Metal Fabrication, aa50, mem20105, TAFE02, Engineering and Mining, Fabrication, wc28, YY000000, fitter, boilermaker, boilie,

      Are you looking to apply new technologies to a traditional trade?

      You will gain the skills and knowledge to be able to operate heavy fabrication equipment such as guillotines, metal rolls and brake presses. You will also be exposed to different welding and thermal cutting processes. You will receive instruction in the safely use of hand and power tools, be able to read measuring tools, read and interpret engineering  drawings, and operate in an engineering workplace observing health and safety guidelines.

      Graduates can continue their studies in a metal fabrication apprenticeship. Metal fabricators and welders work in a diverse trade, applying a broad range of fabrication and welding skills to industries including, rail transport infrastructure and maintenance, mechanical and civil engineering, mining resources sector, heavy haulage and road transport, agriculture machinery, construction, defence, refineries and materials bulk handling.

      Pre-apprentices are exposed to the latest technological developments in the fabrication and welding trade, including computer controlled metal plate cutting equipment.

      Gain these skills
      • Cut, shape, join and finish metal to make, maintain or repair metal products and structures
      • Measure, calculate, and use tools
      • Draw and interpret sketches
      • Mechanical and thermal cutting, gouging and arc welding
      • Work health and safety requirements
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Physical strength and fitness
      • An eye for detail
      • Technical and mechanical aptitude
      • Patience and accuracy
      • Problem-solving skills

       

       

      MEM40105 WT46 Engineering (Instrumentation) Certificate IV Online
      Midland
      T000000, T000001, U000000, U000001, electrical, electronic, instrument, instrumentation, instrumentation midland, electrian, fitter, engineering, engineer, civil, mechanical, mechatronics, oil, gas, petroleum, robotics, salary, fifo, employment, employability, product, design, manufacture, mining, cad, drafting, wt46, mem40105, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, designer, Q000000, Q000009, U000004, modern instrumentation and control systems, PLC programming, Configuring instruments, Tuning of multi-loop cascade controls, A-Grade electrician, mechanical fitter, refrigeration technician, Technical supervisor, Trade specialist, design an IT security framework, develop a system infrastructure plan and undertake a complex security project, e-security specialist, ICT security specialist, network security analyst, Network Administrator, Network and Systems Manager, Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II

      Take control of your instrumentation career

      Are you a qualified tradesperson with an electrical, mechanical fitter or refrigeration background? If so our Certificate IV in Engineering (Instrumentation) will give you the training, skills and knowledge needed to work on and maintain modern instrumentation and control systems.

      This qualification includes both theoretical and practical training. The theoretical component is undertaken online whilst the practical components are completed on campus.

      If you meet these prerequisites then this course will take you 6 - 12 months to complete and you may enrol at any time.

      Gain these skills
      • Able to install, commission, calibrate and maintain modern instrumentation and control systems including:
        • PLC programming
        • Configuring instruments
        • Tuning of multi-loop cascade controls
      Is this course right for me?

      I am:

      • A qualified tradesperson such as an A-Grade electrician, mechanical fitter, refrigeration technician, or
      • A third/fourth year apprentice

       

      MEM20105 AA52 Engineering (Light Fabrication Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II On campus
      Midland
      Mechanical, Vehicle, Servicing, Heavy, Road, Transport, plant, truck, bus, mechanic, U000000, U000002, TAFE02, Engineering and Mining, Fabrication, aa52, TAFEADM, mem20105, YY000000

      Gain the heavy-duty qualification you need for a job in the metal trades

      If you enjoy working with your hands, are physically fit and able to visualise how an object should look from a drawing, you may have the aptitude for working as a fabricator. Fabricators work in either a domestic or commercial setting making roofing products, air-conditioning ducts, electrical switchboards, hospitality equipment such as range hoods and benchtops; and you may specialise in stainless steel custom fabrication using the latest welding and polishing processes.

      Once qualified you may find work in a broad range of industries including, rail transport infrastructure and maintenance, mechanical and civil engineering, mining resources sector, heavy haulage and road transport, agriculture machinery, construction, defence, refineries and materials bulk handling

      Many employers now prefer apprentices to have completed a pre-apprenticeship and this course will give you a better chance of gaining an apprenticeship and a flying start in learning a trade.

      Gain these skills
      • Working from detailed drawings/ plans to specification
      • Use hand tools, power tools and machines to shape, cut, and bend metals
      • Assemble parts and structures by welding, bolting or riveting
      • Use welding and cutting equipment, including manual metal arc, gas metal arc, gas tungsten arc, oxy fuel gas cutting plant, oxy-acetylene welding plant, plasma cutting plant and spot welder
      • Finish products by cleaning, polishing, filing
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Interested in computer programmable machinery
      • Enjoy technical activities
      • Able to work individually and/or in a team

       

      MEM20105 AA49 Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000003, TAFEADM, Fitting, Machining, Toolmaking, Metals, engineering, engineer, civil, mechanical, mechatronics, oil, gas, petroleum, robotics, salary, fifo, employment, employability, product, design, manufacture, mining, cad, drafting, Mechanical Fitting, aa49, mem20105, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, U000002, Fabrication, fitter, machinist, YY000000

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

      When you complete the Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll greatly improve your chance of getting a mechanical fitting or machinist apprenticeship in industries such as rail transport infrastructure and maintenance, mining, automotive, or hydraulics.

      You will gain the skills and knowledge to be able to operate lathes and milling and drilling machines, make and assemble components, safely use hand and power tools, be able to read measuring tools, read and interpret engineering  drawings, and operate in an engineering workplace observing health and safety guidelines.

      Gain these skills
      • Make machines, parts, and tools
      • Work with pumps and hydraulics
      • Use workshop machines, hand and power tools
      • Measuring and technical drawing
      • Workplace health and safety
       
      MEM30305 WT77 Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) Certificate III On campus
      Midland
      Fabrication Heavy/Welding, Welding, Power tools, Interpret Technical drawing, Manual Metal arc welding, Flux core arc welding, Gas metal arc welding, Tungsten arc welding, TAFE02, Metal Fabrication, metal, fabrication, engineering, casting, moulding, wt77, mem30305, forging, welding, arc, apprenticeship, u000000, u000002, boiler, boilermaker, fabricator,

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

      Forge a career in heavy metal fabrication

      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 tools and equipment and various welding techniques.

      The Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Use workshop machines and hand and power tools
      • Metal, gas, flux core, tungsten, arc welding
      • Thermal cutting
      • Measuring
      • Technical drawing
      • Workplace health and safety.
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Physical strength and fitness
      • An eye for detail, patience and accuracy
      • Technical and mechanical aptitude
      • Problem-solving skills

       

      MEM30305 WT78 Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light YC) Certificate III On campus
      Midland
      Engineering, fabrication, light, YC, systems, procedures, technology, computations, measurements, manufacturing, mathematical, welding, components, mechanical cutting, technical drawing, geometric, metal arc welding, tungsten, oxy acetylene, power tools, hand tools, processes, TAFE02,  Metal Fabrication, metal, engineering, sheet metal, sheetmetal, light, wt78, mem30305, u000000, u000002, sheet metal worker, metalworker, roof plumber, patternmaker, tradie

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

      Our well appointed workshops and expert lecturers will give you the skills you need to succeed in fabrication

      When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light YC) you'll be looking at a trades career as a sheet metal worker or roof plumber in industries such as mining or construction.

      You will gain the skills and knowledge to use workshop machines, and hand and power tools safely to create and work with light metal fabrications such as roofing products, air-conditioning ducts, electrical switchboards and hospitality equipment such as range hoods and bench tops.

      The Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light YC) is an apprenticeship, you must be employed in a training contract with an appropriate organisation to study this qualification.  Please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Sheet and plate assembly
      • Tungsten arc welding
      • Silver soldering
      • Thermal cutting
      • Measuring
      • Technical drawing
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Physically fit
      • Good hand-eye coordination
      • Interested in computer programmable machinery
      • Enjoy metal work and technical activities
      • Able to work individually and/or in a team

       

      MEM30205 WT83 Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Fitter and Machinist ZB) Certificate III On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000003, metal, fabrication, engineering, engineer, civil, mechanical, mechatronics, oil, gas, petroleum, robotics, salary, fifo, employment, employability, product, design, manufacture, mining, cad, drafting, fitting, machining, fitter, machinist, wt83, mem30205, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, U000006, Process Plant Operations/Technology

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

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

      When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist ZB) 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.

      The Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Mechanical Fitter ZA) is an apprenticeship please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Make machines, parts, and tools
      • Work with pumps and hydraulics
      • Use workshop machines, hand and power tools, mills and lathes
      • Arc welding
      • Measuring and technical drawing
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Enjoy technical work
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Good hand-eye co-ordination
      • Practical ability and an eye for detail

       

      MEM30205 WT86 Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Mechanical Fitter ZA) Certificate III On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000003, metal, fabrication, engineering, engineer, civil, mechanical, mechatronics, oil, gas, petroleum, robotics, salary, fifo, employment, employability, product, design, manufacture, mining, cad, drafting, fitting, machining, fitter, machinist, wt86, mem30205, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, U000006, Process Plant Operations/Technology

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

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

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

      The Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Mechanical Fitter ZA) is an apprenticeship please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Work with pumps and hydraulics, pneumatic systems, mechanical drives and transmissions
      • Use workshop machines, hand and power tools
      • Arc welding and thermal cutting
      • Measuring and technical drawing
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Enjoy technical work
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Good hand-eye co-ordination
      • Practical ability and an eye for detail

       

      MSF30813 J736 Flooring Technology Certificate III Apprenticeship
      On campus
      Midland
      Q000000, Q000017, Q000003, flooring, carpet, concrete, vinyl, timber, furnishing, flooring installer,

      Join the flooring technology sector of the furnishing industry

      Get the skills and knowledge required to perform flooring technology tasks. You will learn to install floors and flooring materials in commercial or residential settings.

      The Certificate III in Flooring Technology is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Prepare flooring surfaces, including polished concrete floors
      • Install and finish carpet, resilient, vinyl and timber flooring materials and polished concrete floors
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Precise and careful with an aptitude for practical work
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment

       

      SC-MHF-V1323 Flux Core Arc Welding Short course On campus
      Midland
      V1286, U000000, U000001, U000002, FCAW, welding, short course, YY000001, NMT16081, short course, flux-cored

      Learn professional techniques on steel with our Flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) course

      You'll be trained in the use of the FCAW welding process to be able to manufacture and assemble your projects at home.

      Begin by gaining the skills to recognise hazards and use welding equipment safely and learn about welding terminology and defects. You will receive demonstrations and guidance on correct technique and the opportunity to develop your FCAW skills over the duration of the course.

      Dress requirements

      You will be required to wear personal protective clothing/equipment at all times which includes steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long drill cotton pants and cotton drill long sleeve shirt.

      SC-MFM-V1261 Foundry basic - Metal casting Short course On campus
      Midland
      V1240, Short course, sculpture, metal, casting, ornament, u000000, u000001, u000002, q000011, foundry, NMT16063

      If you have always wanted to produce a sculpture, ornament or some other metal cast creation, North Metropolitan TAFE's Foundry basic short course will give you the skills to do just that.

      The course will cover:

      • Safe use of sand moulding and chemicals and equipment
      • Basic metallurgy of cast metals
      • Pattern tooling for sand moulds
      • Sand moulding and casting essentials

       

       

      SC-MAT-V1293 Gas Awareness Short course On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000001, U000002, U000003, U000004, U000005, U000006, gasfitter, Type B appliance, Energy Safety WA, gas, YY000001, short course, NMT16074, V1243

      Get your head around the Type B appliance gas licensing system

      The Type B appliance gas licensing system and the gasfitting work that can be carried out under each type of licence can be confusing.

      North Metropolitan TAFE’s Gas Awareness for Managers is designed to give managers an understanding of the Licensing system, the Regulations and the responsibilities of the licensed gasfitter and the consumer (owner of the Type B appliance).

      We deliver this course at our Midland Campus, or onsite, subject to group size.

      Content

      • The control of all gasfitting work; the Regulations and Act enforced by
      • EnergySafety WA.
      • Licensing; types of gasfitting licenses available. Authorisations are
      • covered in depth.
      • Types of gas Appliances.
      • Responsibilities of the licensed gasfitter, the manager and the
      • consumer.
      • Gasfitting work that can be carried out under each license.
      • Gas Safety.
      • Combustion.

      Duration  Half day, 8.00am to 12.00noon

       

       

      SC-MAT-V1294 Gas authorisation (category 2) Short course On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000001, U000002, U000003, U000004, U000005, U000006, short course, I Permit, Energy Safety WA, Type B, appliances, gasfitter, restricted electrical, NMT16065, V1245

      If you are looking to add a Gas Authorisation Category 2 qualification to your existing trade or engineering qualifications, complete North Metropolitan TAFE's 10 day course and you'll be able to service and maintain Type B gas appliances. This course will give you the skills you need to gain Gas Authorisation (Category 2) from Energy Safety WA.

      If you have already successfully completed the appropriate two day supervised gas fitter course within two years of enrolling in this course then you will only need to complete an additional eight days of training.

      You'll cover details such as:

      • legislation
      • OH&S
      • gas and system components
      • tools and equipment
      • electrical and gas safety and isolation procedures
      • plans and diagrams
      • testing and servicing equipment
      SC-MAT-V1298 Gasfitter supervised Short course On campus
      Midland
      V1244, U000000, U000001, U000002, U000003, U000004, U000005, U000006, short course, I Permit, Energy Safety WA, Type B, appliances, gasfitter, restricted electrical, gas authorisation, NMT16069

      Get qualified to carry out gas fitting under supervision

      Successful completion of this two day course will mean you can carry out gas fitting work under the supervision of a Supervising Gasfitter.

      North Metropolitan TAFE’s Gasfitter Supervised course meets the ‘Training Plan’ requirements set by EnergySafety WA that all supervised gasfitters should complete before they begin gasfitting work.  This course is a pre-requisite to the eight day training program for Gas Authorisation Category 2, from EnergySafety WA.

      Course content includes:

      • Legal restrictions and compliances for installation
      • Gas safety
      • Combustion fundamentals
      • Pressure testing and purging
      • 1.4 Legislation
      • 2.1 Safety OHS
      • 3.2 Ventilation Systems
      • 4.2 GAS -Purging and Pressure Testing Systems
      SHB30416 BAA1 Hairdressing Certificate III Apprenticeship
      On campus
      Balga
      Midland
      j000000, j000012, health, beauty, fitness, hair, hairdresser, hairdressing, barber, d590, sih30111, salon, stylist, BAA1, SHB30416

      A creative career that's a cut above the rest

      When you successfully complete the Certificate III in Hairdressing you will have the practical skills and knowledge to work in a salon as a qualified hairdresser. You will also learn skills to operate a cash register and computer, perform reception duties such as answering telephone calls, making appointments, and write up client record cards.

      The Certificate III in Hairdressing is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Shampoo, condition, rinse and colour hair
      • Use clippers or scissors to cut hair
      • Dry and style hair using brushes, combs, rollers and other equipment
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Excellent attitude, enthusiastic, motivated and patient
      • Good health with no skin allergies
      • Good hand-eye coordination and attention to detail
      • Able to consult with clients and listen to their needs
      HLT33115 AA72 Health Services Assistance (Acute Care) Certificate III On campus
      Joondalup (McLarty Avenue)
      Midland
      Mount Lawley
      aa72, hlt33115, TAFEADM, TAFE04, J000000, J000004, Health services, health, beauty and fitness

      Work alongside Registered and Enrolled Nurses as an Assistant in Nursing (AIN) after completing this course

      The Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Acute Care) will give you the essential clinical knowledge and skills needed for employment in the health industry. As a graduate you will have the opportunity to work in a variety of public or private health care environments including acute care hospitals, aged care facilities and community settings.

      During the course you will be involved in classroom activities and online learning including medical terminology, basic anatomy and physiology, and experience our simulated practice where care is delivered to manikins. You will also be required to undertake 80 hours of clinical work placement. The Department of Health requirements for acute care settings are met with the units covered in this course.

      This course is a great first step in a nursing career, with the opportunity to apply for further study in nursing such as our Certificate IV in Preparation for Health and Nursing Studies or Diploma of Nursing courses

      North Metropolitan TAFE also offers a dual qualification in partnership with Hall and Prior Health and Aged Care Group at our Mt Lawley campus, combining this certificate III with CHC33015 AA66 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing). For more information view our flyer.

      If you are currently working in, or have previously worked in the health industry you may be able to gain credit for your experience and/or training through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), talk to us to find out more.

      Gain these skills
      • Assist the nursing teams with patient care, basic hygiene, feeding, urinalysis, transferring patients, vital signs, manual handling, simple wound care and dressings
      • Assist clients with with personal care, communication, mobility and rehabilitation
      • Implement programs and procedures to maximise client well being
      • Perform personal care adhering to Infection control and WHS guidelines
      • Effective communication with patients in team settings
      • Supporting people with dementia
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Caring, positive attitude and respect for the rights of others
      • Able to work as part of a team and follow instructions
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Able to manage time and prioritise tasks effectively
      AHC20416 BDE6 Horticulture Certificate II Employer-based
      On campus
      Traineeship
      Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
      Midland
      D454, AHC20410, TAFE04, C000000, Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment, C000002, Horticulture and Conservation, horticulture, disability, disabled, plants, garden, TAFEADM, bde6, ahc20416

      Sow the seeds for your future

      This qualification will allow you to work in a gardening, nursery and landscaping setting. You'll gain the basic skills and knowledge required to work in the horticultural industry as well as WHS.

      All of our classes are small, have extensive resources and are run by highly experienced lecturers. During your studies you will gain on the job skills in a structured work placement.

      This course is also available for interested individuals, including people registered as unemployed and/or clients referred by community agencies - no prior experience is required.

      You may be able to attain a triple qualification, adding the Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management and Certificate II in Landscaping to this Certificate II in Horticulture, talk to staff when you enrol.

      North Metro TAFE also offers a program of this qualification for students who have an intellectual or learning disability to help you reach your goals. Our Disability programs give you the opportunity to advance your career or training prospects.

      Gain these skills
      • Recognise plants
      • Plant and prune shrubs and small trees
      • Treat plant pests, diseases and disorders
      • Assist with landscape construction work
      • Operate basic machinery and equipment
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Enjoy nature and the outdoors
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Practical and able to undertake manual labour

       

      AHC30716 BDF1 Horticulture Certificate III Employer-based
      On campus
      Traineeship
      Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
      Midland
      d473, ahc30710, TAFE02, C000000, Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment, C000002, Horticulture and Conservation, TAFEADM, bdf1, ahc30716, garden, gardening, nursery, nurseryman, green keeper, groundsman, nursery hand, greens, parks, yard, outdoor, weeds, weeding, pruning, turf, NMT horticulture, seeds, roots, potting, trees, shrubs, seedling, arboriculture, propagation, plants,

      Grow your horticulture skills

      This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to work effectively in the horticulture industry. If you have industry experience this course will enhance your skills. 

      Subjects are selected from specialisations including arboriculture, floriculture, landscaping, nursery, parks and gardens, production skills and turf management. Subjects may include plant identification, irrigation, pest and disease control, machinery use, nursery work, hard landscaping, hydroponics, and turf maintenance. Not all horticultural specialisations will be available at all locations.

      You may be able to attain a dual qualification incorporating this qualification and the Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management, talk to staff when you enrol.

      Gain these skills
      • Implement propagation plans
      • Safely prepare, store and apply chemicals
      • Create plant displays
      • Apply workplace safety and health guidelines
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Enjoy nature and the outdoors
      • Comfortable working in a physical environment
      • Practical and able to undertake manual labour
      • Problem solving skills
      CHC33015 AA66 Individual Support (Ageing) Certificate III On campus
      Joondalup (McLarty Avenue)
      Midland
      Mount Lawley
      TAFEADM, ageing, aging, TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000007, Aged Care, nursing, aa66, chc33015, J000000, J000004, dementia, Alzheimer, aged carer, personal care worker, personal carer, In Home Respite Worker, Care Service Employee, care Assistant, Care Worker, residential Care Worker, Residential Support Worker, Residential Aide, Home Care Assistant

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

      Learn how to empower and support the independence of our elders needing care and join one of Australia's fastest growing industries

      When you complete the Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) you will be ready to start a rewarding career providing direct care to clients in residential, home and community settings.

      There are two different industry placement options available to those studying this Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing), you have the option of either:

      Brightwater partnership program
      • Attending classes for 3 days per week for 15 weeks followed by a 4 week industry placement, or
      • At our Mt Lawley campus we also offer a partnership program with Brightwater where you attend classes for 4 days per week over the first 5 weeks followed by 2 days a week industry placement plus 1 day attending classes.
      Dual qualification in partnership with Hall and Prior Health and Aged Care Group

      North Metropolitan TAFE will also be offering a dual qualification in partnership with Hall and Prior Health and Aged Care Group, combining this certificate with HLT33115 AA72 Certificate III in Health Service Assistance (Acute Care).

      This dual qualification program will run over 7 months with attendance as follows:

      • For the first 4 weeks you will need to attend classes at Mt Lawley campus over 4 days per week
      • Each week from week 4 through to week 27 you will complete 2 days per week of work placement at a Hall and Prior facility plus 1 day per week of classes at Mt Lawley campus
      • Online learning of 1 day per week including online assessment will also be required.

      For more information view our flyer.

       

      Aged Care Workers provide personal, physical and emotional support to older people who require assistance with daily living. When you provide support to older people you are able to make a tremendous difference to their quality of life and achieve real personal satisfaction through your work. Aged care work is rewarding in itself and provides the opportunity to meet a wide variety of older people.

      Gain these skills
      • Empower or re-enable older people
      • Work with people from different cultures
      • Work and build relationships within a small team
      • Implement effective communication strategies
      • Learn the effects of dementia and the management of any related changes
      Is this course right for me?
      • Enjoy providing quality support for people who are frail aged or living with disabilities
      • Empathetic with a strong sense of compassion and respect for individuals
      • Patient, discrete and committed to the rights of elderly people
      • Calm disposition and loving attitude
      • Reliable, motivated and flexible
      • Good time management skills
      What others have to say

      Brightwater.pngPartnering with North Metropolitan TAFE using  a new clinical model in the Certificate lll Individual Support - Ageing qualification has allowed us to increase the amount of placements we offer.  Brightwater's dedicated team of support staff work closely with North Metropolitan TAFE students throughout their training to develop their job ready skills.  By the completion of their studies some students form an integral part of the team and have been offered employment which has benefited both parties.
       
      Manager, Strategic Learning & Growth

      ICT40418 BEH0 Information Technology Networking Certificate IV On campus
      East Perth
      Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
      Midland
      AWG1, ICT40415, TAFE04, L000000, Information, Technology, Library and Digital, L000005, Information Communication Technology, L000003, network, tech, ICT, TAFEADM, IT, ICT, networking, network, BEH0, ICT40418,systems, systems analyst, technician, helpdesk,

      Networking is one of the fastest growing areas of IT

      If you have chosen Networking as your area of expertise, then the Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking is a great starting point.  This course will teach you the practical skills to install and configure small to medium size modern networks - including exposure to virtual machines, wireless technologies, cloud storage, infrastructure devices, network security, deployment resources to desktops and user support.

      East Perth and Joondalup campuses have dedicated Training Networks and are registered as both Cisco Academy and Redhat Academy providers. Joondalup also offers Microsoft Imagine Academy as part of your studies

      Gain these skills
      • Install and build networks using Microsoft, Linux and Cisco IOS operating systems and services
      • Monitor and maintain these systems
      • Implement the security features of these operating systems
      • Configure routers and switches
      • Build on effective communication, documentation and general business skills
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Able to apply analytical and problem solving skills
      • Good written and oral communication skills
      • Good organisational and time management skills
      • Able to work both independently and as part of a team
      ICT30118 BEH2 Information, Digital Media and Technology Certificate III On campus
      East Perth
      Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
      Midland
      Perth (Northbridge)
      awb0, awbo, ict30115, TAFE04, L000000, Information, Technology, Library and Digital, L000004, Website Design and Software Development, L000003, L000002, TAFEADM, L000005

      Gain a broad range of ICT skills that reflect current industry trends and practices

      This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to support information technology activities in the workplace across a range of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) areas, including Programming, Networking and Technical Support.

      Gain these skills

      The core units covered in this course will provide you with the following skills:

      • Work safely and communicate effectively in an ICT environment
      • Implement and monitor various operating systems
      • Run standard diagnostic tests
      • Implement sustainable work practices
      • Create user documentation


      At North Metropolitan TAFE you will have the opportunity to focus on the ICT field of most interest to you with the different electives offered at the three campuses where we deliver this course.

      Northbridge campus electives
      • Create programming applications
      • Build and design websites
      • Use Social Media tools
      • Use industry standard Microsoft Office software
      Joondalup campus electives
      • Create programming applications
      • Install, configure and secure networks and peripherals
      • Network systems administration
      • Install, support and troubleshoot operating systems and software
      • Use industry standard Microsoft Office software
      Midland campus electives
      • Install, configure and secure networks and peripherals
      • Network systems administration
      • Build and design websites
      • Install, support and troubleshoot operating systems and software

       

      This Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology gives you the  foundation skills to begin a career in ICT with further study at North Metropolitan TAFE. You may follow a career pathway into the ICT industry in areas including CyberSecurity, Programming, Networking or Web Design.

      EAA33 Install, Commission & Service Type B Gas Appliances Skill Set Skill set On campus
      Midland
      industrial gas, type B appliances, supervised gas fitter, gasfitter, gas-fitter, Class I Permit, CPCPGS4023B, CPC40912-SS-G

      Be eligible for a Class I Permit or high level Authorisation from Energy Safety WA

      If you:

      • Hold a current authorisation, or
      • Have completed the Supervised Gasfitter and Authorisation Courses within the last 2 years, or
      • Have trade or engineering qualifications

      then this course will enhance your existing skills.

      Our class I Permit gas course is the third course required to complete the requirements of the national Unit of Competency CPCPGS4023B Install, commission and service Type B gas appliances. You will cover design specifications for Type B gas appliances; technical submission, approval and planning a Type B gas installation; installation requirements for Type B appliances to meet the regulator and Australian standard requirements; and the commissioning procedure and commissioning of a PLC controlled burner.

      Successful completion of the unit, CPCPGS4023B Intall, commission and Service Type B Appliance, will equip you to service, maintain, rectify faults, recommission, install and commission Type B gas appliances.

      Gain these skills
      • Access, analyse, interpret and confirm through a detailed site inspection, design specification for Type B gas appliance to be installed and commissioned
      • Liaise with designer and gas authorities to resolve design specification matters requiring clarification
      • Obtain formal authority to proceed with installation and commissioning before commencing work, in accordance with regulatory and code of practice requirements
      • Plan tasks in conjunction with others involved in, or affected by work
      • Identify and follow quality assurance requirements for work sequences
      • Prepare work area to support efficient installation, commissioning and servicing of Type B gas appliance
      • Observe sustainability principles and cencepts when preparing for and undertaking work
      • Install appliance components, including valve trains, burners and associated pipe work and flue systems, in accordance with approved design specifications
      • Install electrical components, including terminations, in accordance with design specifications and regulatory requirements
      • Install electrical wiring and wiring enclosures in accordance with design specifications and regulatory requirements
      • Visually inspect installations at each stage of work to ensure compliance with specifications and absence of damaged or faulty equipment and materials
      • Analyse flue gases in accordance with recognised industry practice and other authority requirements
      • Clean, check, service and store tools and equipment in accordance with manufacturer recommendations and workplace procedures
      22289VIC AB59 Integrated Technologies (Robotics Control Systems) Certificate II On campus
      East Perth
      Midland
      TAFEADM, TAFE04, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000001, engineering, engineer, robotics, mechanical, mechatronics, oil, gas, petroleum, computerised, automated, automation, fifo, employability, jobs, product, design, manufacture, mining, cad, drafting, robots, process, 3D, 3D printing, by-wire, integrated, control system, PLD, programmable

      Robots and autonomous systems are changing the way we live, work and play

      Across the globe automation, smart technologies and robots have been taking over routine tasks in many industries and Western Australia is no different with automation driving the future in the mining, oil and gas and other engineering sectors.

      North Metropolitan TAFE has responded to industry requirements by offering this entry level course for those interested in a career in robotics, automation and mechatronics. If you want to take a hands on approach to a career in this growth industry then you'll get the skills and knowledge you need with this specialised Certificate II course. You'll learn through units covered in practical projects involving simple robots.

      On completion of this introductory robotics course you could consider one of many study pathways including engineering, electronics or electrotechnology.

      Start now on your pathway to employment in the robotics and automation industries, view our flyer for more information.

      SC-MFM-V1302 Introduction to Solidworks Short course On campus
      Midland
      V1239, U000000, U000001, U000002, U000006, G000010, solidworks, CAD, 3D, geometry, design, short course, NMT16072, SOLIDWORKS, 3D, sketching, engineering, industrial design, sculpture, innovation, assembly, interface, manufacturing, 3D experience,

      A versatile software package with a wide range of uses

      SOLIDWORKS is a versatile software package that has a wide range of uses in the workplace and also in many hobbies.
      It can be used in small and large applications and across many fields and industries, such as engineering, industrial design, sculpture and architecture.

      This short introduction course held at North Metropolitan TAFE's Midland Campus takes you through:

      • touring the interface
      • the 3D workspace
      • basic sketching tools
      • relationships and sketching tools
      • sketch-editing tools
      • reference geometry
      • building 3D geometry
      • removing material
      • refining geometry
      SC-MFM-V1241 Laser shaft alignment Short course On campus
      Midland

      This course is designed for technicians and installers who need the skills to align industrial equipment

      If you have to align shafts, couplings, gear boxes and pumps and use laser alignment equipment, this one day course will explain shaft and coupling techniques and give you hands on use of laser alignment instruments including soft foot and blue tooth connection.

       

      AUR30616 BAE6 Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology Certificate III On campus
      Midland
      TAFE02, O000000, Vehicle Servicing, Service, Cars, Auto, O000004, AUR30616, automotive, BAE6, Mechanical, Vehicle, Servicing, Mechanic, car, j374, aur30612, 

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

      Fine tune your automotive career

      The Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology will see you quailified as a Light Vehicle Automotive Service and Repair Technician working on the mechanical parts of motor vehicles, including the engine, transmission and suspension systems in the automotive retail, service and repair industry. 

      Study with us and you'll enjoy quality facilities including modern vehicles, specialised diagnostic equipment, and fully equipped classrooms and workshops.

      The Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Service light vehicles
      • Diagnose and repair many vehicle systems including braking, transmissions, steering, suspension, cooling, charging and starting systems
      • Workplace safety and health
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Ability to work well with manual hand tools and technical aptitude
      • Problem-solving skills
      • Good vision and hearing
      • A current drivers license
      • Communication and customer service skills
      SC-MHF-V1321 MIG Welding (Metal Inert Gas) Short course On campus
      Midland
      V1285, U000000, U000001, U000002, Mig, welding, YY000001, NMT16082, short course, metal, inert, gas,

      Learn professional techniques on steel

      Come along to our metal inert gas (MIG) welding course and learn how to use the gas metal arc welding (GMAW) process to manufacture and assemble your projects at home.

      Begin by gaining the skills to recognise hazards and use welding equipment safely and learn about welding terminology and defects. You will receive demonstrations and guidance on correct technique and the opportunity to develop your GMAW skills over the duration of the course.

      Dress requirements

      You will be required to wear personal protective clothing/equipment at all times which includes steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long drill cotton pants and cotton drill long sleeve shirt.

      CHC43315 AWK8 Mental Health Certificate IV Employer-based
      On campus
      Online
      Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
      Leederville
      Midland
      TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000002, Community Services, mental health, worker, case worker, AWK8, CHC43315, helping people, mental health, drugs and alcohol, youth, social, sciences, child, protection, family, support, welfare, TAFEADM, J000000, J000007, Recovery partner, Mental Health Worker, Mental Health Support Worker, Mental Health Outreach Worker

      lfls-logo-100x40.png This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

      Enhance your clients' quality of life

      This qualification focuses on the support and needs of people experiencing mental health issues. You'll learn about the value and principles of mental health sector and how to apply them in a recovery oriented way.

      You will undertake a supervised or simulated work placement* where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned.

      You could find work in a variety of community contexts such as community based non-government organisations; outreach; centre-based programs; respite care; residential services; rehabilitation programs; clinical settings; or supporting people in employment.

      Gain these skills
      • Empathy
      • Professional boundaries
      • Recognising and responding appropriately to people with mental health issues
      • Networking and collaboration with services
      • Effective interpersonal and communication skills
      • Working as part of a team
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • 18+ years of age
      • Friendly, empathetic, resilient and positive attitude
      • Commitment to the values of dignity, respect, inclusion, and empowerment
      • Commitment to positively engage, interact and work with people who have complex needs
      • Able to plan, organise and problem solve
      • Able to work independently and use initiative
      • Work respectfully with diverse people
      Delivery mode information
      Online

      With online study you will be completing your course via an online platform which contains all your study material and assessments. You will be provided a login and password to access this material once you have been enrolled at North Metropolitan TAFE. 

      Online is a little different to on-campus study as you do not have face to face contact with your lecturers and you do not engage directly with fellow students during every-day class activities. If on-campus study is not your preference, then online study is a great option. Rest assured you will be supported by your online lecturers.
      You will also have access to lecturers via your online dashboard. The lecturers will help to clarify your concerns, assist with the course content, mark your assessments and provide you with feedback if required

      Qualifications are broken down into stages with an intensive practical skills workshop run at the end of each stage. You will only need to enrol and pay for one stage at a time.

      A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

      To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
      Part-time

      With part time study you will be completing your course on-campus with face to face contact with your lecturers and fellow students during every-day class activities.

      Qualifications are broken down into stages to try and suit your availability. 
      If you are planning on completing a Certificate III or IV level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 2 or 3 stages over 12 - 18 months 
      If you are planning on completing a Diploma level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 3 or 4 stages over 18 - 24 months 

      A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

      To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
      Work-based

      Workplace training offers a flexible, self-paced study program which combines workplace recognition of prior learning and individualised ‘gap’ training to attain your qualification.

      Workplace training means every time you go to work you are learning and demonstrating competence whilst working towards your qualification. The flexibility of workplace training allows you to structure and perform learning and assessment in a way that fits into your professional and personal life.

      Learning and assessment plans are created on an individual level in consultation with you and/or your employer. Workplace training assessment is conducted using numerous methods including practical demonstration and observation, question and answer interviews, written tasks, supervisor reports and workshops. 

      To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
      SC-MFM-V1234 Metal machining for beginners Short course On campus
      Midland
      U000000, U000001, U000002, U000003, U000004, U000006, short course, milling, grinders, lathes, q000011, machining, metal, NMT16067

      Practical skills in basic machining

      Gain practical skills in basic machining on lathes, milling machines and ancillary machines such as pedestal drills and grinders by doing North Metropolitan TAFE's Metal machining for beginners course.
      You can bring in your own project to complete at our Midland campus workshop, discuss the suitability of your particular project with your lecturer.

      Dress requirements

      You will be required to wear personal protective clothing at all times which include steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long pants and cotton drill shirt.

       

       

      EAB51 PID Skill Set Skill set Online
      Midland
      PID, control loop, control systems, instrument, instrumentation, loop tuning, oil, gas, robotics, cascade tuning, flow level, PID algorithm,

      Instrumentation Technicians work in many sectors including oil and gas, mining, minerals processing and associated industries.

      This PID (proportional integral derivative) skill set will equip you with the skills needed for the set up, adjustment and tuning of control loops. While it is highly recommended that you have completed UEE40411 Certifcate IV in Electrical (Instrumentation) prior to doing this skill set, it is possible to enrol in both concurrently and NMT will help you manage the order of completion of subjects so that you can achieve the pre-requisite units before commencing this PID program. 

      Gain these skills
      • Understand PID algorithms
      • Investigate different technisues used to loop tune in flow levele, temperature and cascade tuning
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Good maths skills
      • Good analytical skills
      • Keen to work with instrumentation
      HLT37215 AWJ9 Pathology Collection Certificate III On campus
      Midland
      Mount Lawley
      TAFEADM, AWJ9, HLT37215, TAFE04, J000000, Health, Beauty and Fitness, J000003, Allied Health,J000004, J000008, phlebotomy, blood, specimen, specimens, medical technician, hospital, lab, clinic, testing, veins, needles, nursing, phlebotomist, sample,

      Make a difference to people's lives

      Do you want to be a part of the health team that assists clients to recover their health status? You could do this by learning how to collect blood samples and other specimens for testing.

      You will gain transferable skills which you will be able use in any further health related studies you may choose to undertake.

      This course also provides you with the opportunity to meet many different people and help them to feel at ease during their visit.

      Gain these skills
      • Safely take venous blood and other samples
      • Knowledge of how the body works
      • How to prevent the spread of infection
      • Medical terminology
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Caring and respectful approach
      • Able to work unsupervised
      • Able to work co-operatively within a multidisciplinary team
      • Good administration and organisational skills
      • Computer literacy and accurate recording of details
      • Be prepared to work in hospital wards, outpatient clinics, off-site collection rooms and home collection services
      52831WA BCY91 Preparation for Health and Nursing Studies Certificate IV On campus
      Joondalup (McLarty Avenue)
      Midland
      Mount Lawley
      3728, 52689WA, TAFE04, J000000, Health, Beauty and Fitness, J000006, Enrolled Nursing, TAFEADM, J000004, BCY91, 52831WA, nursing

      lfls-logo-100x40.png  This qualification is part of the Lower fees, local skills program where you'll pay only half of the standard course fees.

      Are you interested in a career in health but don’t know where to start?

      The Certificate IV in Preparation for Health and Nursing Studies will give you a sound knowledge about the human body and health, as well as the study skills to support your further learning.

      As well as being a great starting point, the course is also great stepping stone between Certificate III qualifications such as Health Service Assistance, Allied Health Assistance and towards Diploma qualifications like Enrolled Nursing.

      This course can be studied part time through our McLarty campus.

      Gain these skills
      • Interpret and apply medical terminology appropriately
      • Provide information on human anatomy and physiology
      • Provide information on the fundamental principles of microbiology used in health settings
      • Use mathematics in a nursing and health context
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Caring, understanding, non-judgmental and empathetic
      • Attention to detail and diligent
      • Quick problem-solving abilities
      • Critical thinking
      SC-MES-V1384 Radio Communications for Industry Short course On campus
      Midland

      This course is aimed at personnel in the mining, oil & gas industry, and in both public and private defence and security sectors.

      You'll benefit from this workshop if you are involved in SCADA, instrumentation, process control and other control/monitoring systems roles such as:  

      • Instrumentation technician/Instrumentation and control engineers
      • Electronic technicians
      • Electrical engineers
      • Process development engineers/Process control engineers
      • Control systems sales/applications engineers
      • Consulting or Design engineers
      • Maintenance supervisors
      • Project engineers
      Gain these skills
      • Implement simple RF links for control and monitoring system
      • Understand the jargon, terminology and latest techniques of wireless communications
      • Design (using software tools), install and commission (using dedicated test equipment) an effective RF link
      • Perform simple path loss and gain/loss calculations in decibels
      • Learn how to troubleshoot wireless system problems using RF test equipment
      • Select the main components of RF links
      • Conduct a site survey
      • Implement effective security on wireless systems
      • Explain infrastructure requirements for RF systems
      Topics covered including practical exercises
      • Communication system modes
      • Basic elements of a wireless link
      • Production and composition of an electromagnetic wave
      • Free Space attenuation vs. frequency
      • Factors influencing propagation of radio waves
      • Multipath interference effecting a wireless link
      • Frequency spectrum allocation
      • Gain and loss decibel measurements/calculations with examples
      • Modulation techniques with a practical exercise on digital modulation performance in a wireless environment
      • Spread spectrum techniques
      • Multiple access techniques
      • Antenna types and selection, Diversity methods
      • Transmission lines types and selection
      • Data communication standards
      • Typical RF test equipment used for troubleshooting, system design and commissioning
      • Typical RF measurements with practical examples such as VSWR, return loss, insertion loss, etc.
      • Wireless system design procedure and infrastructure requirements
      • Practical exercise in wireless system path profiling using software tools
      • Practical exercise on the implementation of a wireless system design based on
        industry practice

       

      UEESS00091 AC778 Restricted - Attachment of cords and plugs to single phase low voltage electrical equipment Skill set On campus
      Midland
      Plug and cord replacement, electrical, wiring, wire, electrical equipment, connection to a single phase 230 volt supply, flexible, plugs, or, cord, wire up, new, plugs and sockets

      Plug and cord replacement

      Successful completion of this skill set you will give you the tools you need to be able to replace plugs and cords. You'll get the training, skills and knowledge to change a flexible plug or cord and wire up new plugs and sockets

      You'll cover the following units:

      UEENEEE101A Apply occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace 
      UEENEEP024A Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 volt supply 
      Enabling you to:

      • select flexible cords and plugs to manufacturers' specifications
      • undestand different types of plugs and scokets
      • safely remove damaged plugs and sockets
      • attach plugs and cords
      • test flexible cords for correct operation

      Please note course duration is one day, 8:30am - 4:30pm and classes are run subject to numbers. Minimum course numbers 5, maximum 12.

       

       

      UEESS00092 AC311 Restricted - Attachment of cords/cables and plugs to low voltage three phase electrical equipment Skill set On campus
      Midland
      Three phase, plugs and cords, replacement, electrical, wiring, wire, electrical equipment, connection to a single phase 230 volt supply, flexible, plugs, or, cord, wire up, new, plugs and sockets, connection to 1000 Va.c. or 1500 Vd.c. supply, ac/dc

      Three phase plug and cord replacement

      Successful completion of this skill set will equip you with the tools you need to be able to attach cords, cables and plugs. You'll gain the training, skills and knowledge to change a flexible plug or cord and wire up new plugs and sockets.

      You'll cover the following units:

      UEENEEE101A Apply occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
      UEENEEP024A Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 volt supply
      UEENEEP025A Attach cords, cables and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to 1000 Va.c. or 1500 Vd.c. supply

      Enabling you to:

      • Select flexible cords/cables and plugs to suitapplications
      • Connect flexible cords/cables and plugs
      • Perform testing procedures
      • Locate and repair faults in flexible cords and plugs
      • Provide reports

      Please note course duration is one and a half days, (day 1, 8:30am - 4:30pm; day 2, 8:30am - 11:30am) and classes are run subject to numbers - refer to How to apply for more information. Minimum course numbers 5, maximum 12.

      UEESS00098 AB670 Restricted - Electrical safety testing of electrical cord connected equipment and cord assemblies Skill set On campus
      Midland
      RCD (Residual-current device), Residual, current, Plug and cord replacement, electrical, wiring, wire, electrical equipment, flexible, plugs, or, cord, wire up, new, plugs and sockets, Conduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord connected equipment

      Safety testing of electrical cord assemblies and cord connected equipment

      If you have to undertake testing, tagging and reporting of portable/hand held low voltage electrical equipment using a portable appliance tester (PAT) as part of your role in the workplace then this skill set will equip you with the tools you need. 

      North Metropolitan TAFE's skill set covers safety testing of electrical cord assemblies and cord connected equipment. It encompasses working safely, using portable apparatus tester, applying tagging, arranging for repair of faulty equipment and complete testing documentation.

      The two units covered in this skill set are:

      UEENEEE101A Apply occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
      UEENEEP026A Conduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord connected equipment

      Topics include:

      • The reason behind testing and tagging
      • WorkSafe Legislation for testing and tagging
      • Working through AS3760 in-service testing and tagging
      • Identification of Class I and Class II appliances
      • Creation of a register
      • Using an appliance tester
      • Perform visual inspection on cords, plugs & appliances
      • Explain test and tag usage
      • Awareness of safety practices when performing tests

      The RCD (Residual-current device) component covers basic electrical theory, how an RCD works, what records need to be kept and how to correctly test an RCD device.

      Please note course duration is one and a half days, (day 1, 8:30am - 4:30pm; day 2, 8:30am - 11:30am) and classes are run subject to numbers - refer to How to apply for more information. Minimum course numbers 5, maximum 12.

      SHB20216 BAA3 Salon Assistant Certificate II Employer-based
      On campus
      Traineeship
      Balga
      Midland
      Hairdressing, styling, hair, TAFEADM, d589, sih20111, TAFE13, J000000, Health, Beauty and Fitness, J000012, Hairdressing, assistant, salon, style

      Are you looking to get ahead in a stylish career?

      When you complete the Certificate II In Hairdressing you'll have skills to impress potential employers as a salon assistant, on your way to becoming a hairdresser.

      This course will give you the knowledge and skills to support hairdressers in a salon and it includes a five day work placement - a valuable experience that may help you gain employment.

      Gain these skills
      • Shampooing, colouring and braiding hair
      • Maintaining hairdressing tools
      • Scheduling appointments
      • Merchandising
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Enjoy customer service
      • Good health with no skin allergies
      • Well presented, reliable, punctual, enthusiastic and flexible
      • Excellent attitude, confident and able to work in a fast paced environment
      • Able to work well in a team environment
      CHC40113 J589 School Age Education and Care Certificate IV Employer-based
      Online
      Traineeship
      Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
      Leederville
      Midland
      TAFEADM, TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000001, Early Childhood Education and Care, out of school, after school, before school, OSHC, nanny, J589, CHC40113, childcare assistant, school aged, vacation care, Working with children, children, play, care, education, child, family, aboriginal, atsi, indigenous, special needs, Day Activity Worker, Out Of School Hours Care Worker, Child Care Worker

      Do you want a career caring for the future?

      When you complete the Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care you'll be on your way to a career as an outside school hours carer or school holiday program coordinator for children aged between 6 and 12 years.

      You will gain the knowledge and skills to work effectively in the education sector, supporting the development of children.

      Gain these skills
      • Implement inclusion strategies
      • Understand legal, ethical, and administrative requirements
      • First aid
      • Working with cultural diversity
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Enjoy working with children
      • Alert, observant and active
      • Able to use judgment and initiative, and work as part of a team
      • Good communication and interpersonal skills
      CPC30216 BDJ3 Signs and Graphics Certificate III Apprenticeship
      On campus
      Midland
      Q000000, Art, sign, sign writer, graphic, signwriter, signage, sign manufacture, sign writing, writing, vinyl, vinyl wrapping, wrapping, d410, cpc32111, TAFE13, Building and Construction, Q000006, Painting and Signcraft, flecknoe

      Do you want a trades career with an artistic flair?

      You will gain the knowledge and skills to work effectively in the signwriting industry using colour and preparing surfaces to produce signage.

      Our Midland campus is the only TAFE provider of Signcrafts training in WA. Students have access to the state’s first and only Flecknoe Thermoform/Vacuumform training machine.

      The Certificate III in Signs and Graphics is an apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

      Gain these skills
      • Interpreting plans
      • Measuring
      • Calculating the right amount of materials for the job
      • Working with scaffolding safely at heights
      • Workplace health and safety
      Is this course right for me?

      I have the following attributes:

      • Creativity and an eye for detail
      • Strong visual and spacial awareness
      • A knack for design, layout and colour
      • Able to follow and interpret instructions and work to tight deadlines

       

      10728NAT BEI00 Spoken and Written English Certificate II On campus
      Balga
      Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
      Midland
      Perth (Northbridge)
      TAFE04, A000000, English, Languages and Foundation Studies, A000003, English, foundation, numeracy, maths, reading, youth, pathway, writing, job skills, employability, cheap, career, jobs, bridging, migrant, Australia, conversation, 6483, 10363NAT, april, January, july, august, late, TAFEADM

      Are you new to Australia?

      When you finish the Certificate II in Spoken and Written English you will have limited English skills. You will have skills suitable for simple routine tasks.

        You will be enrolled in the correct level based on your English knowledge.

        You can start this course at any time by disucssing with our staff.

        Book enrolment interview to study at Northbridge

        Book enrolment interview to study at Joondalup (Majid) - Tuesday & Wednesday OR Friday

        Book enrolment interview to study at  Joondalup (Andrew) 

        Gain these skills
        • Simple conversation
        • How to use money
        • Simple writing
        • Simple maths
        • Simple instructions
        Is this course right for me?

        I have the following attributes:

        • A desire to develop English language skills directly related to immediate personal and social needs
        • A desire to prepare for participation in further English language study
        10727NAT BEI01 Spoken and Written English Certificate I On campus
        Balga
        Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
        Midland
        Perth (Northbridge)
        TAFE04, A000000, English, Languages and Foundation Studies, A000003, English, foundation, numeracy, maths, reading, youth, pathway, writing, job skills, employability, cheap, career, jobs, bridging, migrant, Australia, conversation, 6482, 10362NAT, TAFEADM

        Are you new to Australia?

        When you finish the Certificate I in Spoken and Written English you will have basic English skills. You will be enrolled in the correct level based on your English knowledge.

        You can start this course at any time by disucssing with our staff.

        Book enrolment interview to study at Northbridge

        Book enrolment interview to study at Joondalup (Majid) - Tuesday & Wednesday OR Friday

        Book enrolment interview to study at  Joondalup (Andrew) 

        Gain these skills
        • Simple words
        • Simple writing
        • Simple maths
        • Simple documents
        • Conversation skills
        Is this course right for me?
        • A desire to develop English language skills directly related to immediate personal and social needs
        • A desire to prepare for participation in further English language study
        • Initiative, enterprise and problem solving
        • Planning, organising and self-management
        10729NAT BEI04 Spoken and Written English Certificate III On campus
        Balga
        Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
        Midland
        Perth (Northbridge)
        further study, TAFE04, A000000, English, Languages and Foundation Studies, A000003, English, university, foundation, numeracy, maths, reading, youth, pathway, writing, job skills, employability, cheap, career, jobs, bridging, migrant, Australia, conversation, 6484, 10364NAT, speaking, writing. TAFEADM

        Are you new to Australia?

        When you finish the Certificate III in Spoken and Written English you will have intermediate English skills. You will be ready for employment.

        You will be enrolled in the correct level based on your English knowledge.

        You can start this course at any time. Talk to our staff for further information.

        Book enrolment interview to study at Northbridge

        Book enrolment interview to study at Joondalup (Majid) - Tuesday & Wednesday OR Friday

        Book enrolment interview to study at  Joondalup (Andrew) 

        Gain these skills
        • Intermediate conversation
        • Language skills for job interviews
        • Intermediate writing skills
        • Intermediate maths
        • Writing instructions
        Is this course right for me?

        I have the following attributes:

        • A desire to develop employability skills and literacy (including digital)
        • Initiative, enterprise and problem solving
        10730NAT BEI03 Spoken and Written English for Further Study Certificate IV On campus
        Balga
        Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
        Midland
        Perth (Northbridge)

        Are you new to Australia?

        When you finish the Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English for Further Studies your English skills will be suitable for studying a Diploma.

        You will be enrolled in the correct level based on your English knowledge.

        You can start this course at any time by disucssing with our staff.

        Book enrolment interview to study at Northbridge

        Book enrolment interview to study at Joondalup (Majid) - Tuesday & Wednesday OR Friday

        Book enrolment interview to study at  Joondalup (Andrew) 

        Gain these skills
        • Persuasive writing
        • Writing reports
        • Spoken and written presentations
        • Listening and writing notes
        • Learning strategies
        Is this course right for me?

        I have the following attributes:

        • A desire to develop employability skills and literacies (digital and other literacies)
        • A desire to pathway to further education and vocational training or employment
        SC-MHF-V1284 Stick welding (MMAW) Short course On campus
        Midland

        Come along to our Stick Welding course and learn professional techniques on steel

        Learn how to use the manual metal arc welding (MMAW) process to manufacture and assemble your projects at home.

        Begin by gaining the skills to recognise hazards and use welding equipment safely and learn about  welding terminology and defects. You will receive demonstrations and guidance on correct technique and the opportunity to develop your MMAW skills over the duration of the course.

        Dress requirements

        You will be required to wear personal protective clothing/equipment at all times which includes steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long drill cotton pants and cotton drill long sleeve shirt.

        SC-MHF-V1259 TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) Short course On campus
        Midland
        V1259, U000000, U000001, U000002, TIG, GTAW, welding, short course, YY000001, NMT16075, short course, metal

        Enhance your existing welding skills or learn new techniques

        North Metropolitan TAFE offers courses to train you in the use of TIG or gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) processes. You'll gain professional techniques to work with a variety of ferrous and non ferrous materials so you can manufacture and assemble projects in carbon steel, aluminium and stainless steel.

        You'll start with recognising hazards, the safe use of the welding equipment and welding terminology and defects.  You will receive demonstrations and guidance on correct technique to develop your skills. 

        Dress requirements

        You will be required to wear personal protective clothing/equipment at all times which includes steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long drill cotton pants and cotton drill long sleeve shirt.

        SC-MIU-V1404 Variable Speed Drives for Electricians Short Course Short course On campus
        Midland
        VSD, lifts elevator, escalator, Schneider, variable speed drive,

        North Metropolitan TAFE is delivering a short course to familiarise you with the capabilities of variable speed drives (VSDs).  These are essential to the world of industrial control. Lifts, conveyors, air conditioners, water treatment and assembly lines are a few of the many applications dependent on this technology. 

        You'll learn about VSDs through a series of hands-on exercises with typical models from industry leaders such as Schneider, Allen-Bradley and Danfoss. 
        In addition to the practical componenet of the course you'll cover the working principle of a VSD, looking at typical faults and aspects to consider when purchasing this technology.

        This is a self paced course which will include studying online and practical work in our Midland workshop. The workshop will be open on Wednesday evenings between 6:00pm - 8:30pm (by appointment only).

        EAB59 Weld to Code AS1796 Preparatory Skill Set Skill set On campus
        Midland
        Welding, Supervisor, Weld Australia Welding Supervisor qualification, Theory, AS, 1796, Certification AS1796, AS 1796 Certificate 10 Welding Supervisor, Australian Standard, welding practices, heavy, light, fabrication, GTAW, MMAW,

        Strengthen your skills to advance your welding career

        This course will provide you with the required knowledge of safe and appropriate welding practices to meet the theory component of Australian Standard 1796 (AS1796).

        The skill set is designed for apprentices in heavy or light fabrication who are nearing completion of their TAFE studies and others with a suitable trade qualification, or relevant experience working as a tradesperson in the welding and fabrication industry, who are looking to further their welding knowledge.

        Gain these skills
        • Interpreting all welding terms, codes and symbols
        • Plan the logical sequence of welding operations
        SC-MHF-V1236 Welding For Beginners Short course On campus
        Midland

        Get to grips with welding

        Our Welding for Beginners short course will give you an introduction to welding, including safety and workshop procedures.

        You'll get a handle on the use of welding equipment such as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW), oxy cutting and oxy welding in our fully equipped Midland workshop. You'll learn the skills you need to complete basic welding and gas cutting tasks.

        Dress requirements

        You will be required to wear personal protective clothing at all times which include steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long pants and cotton drill shirt.

        CHC40413 J592 Youth Work Certificate IV Employer-based
        On campus
        Online
        Traineeship
        Joondalup (Kendrew Crescent)
        Leederville
        Midland
        TAFE04, S000000, Education and Community Services, S000002, Community Services, youth work, community work, youth, j592, chc40413, helping people, mental health, drugs and alcohol, youth, social, sciences, child, protection, family, support, welfare, TAFEADM, online, Youth Worker, Community Worker, Juvenile Justice Worker, Youth Officer, Youth Support Worker, Youth Liaison Officer

        Create brighter futures for young people

        Complete this qualification and you'll have what it takes to help young people in need. You may find employment in community, government and welfare agencies.

        You 'll learn how to create programs designed to address the social, behavioural, health, welfare, developmental and protection needs of young people while working to legal and ethical requirements.

        During this course you will undertake a supervised or simulated work placement* where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned.

        Gain these skills
        • Develop and facilitate a range of community based programs
        • Follow legislative and ethical requirements
        • Implement organisational policies and guidelines
        Is this course right for me?

        I have the following attributes:

        • Good interpersonal and communication skills
        • Able to work independently
        • A non-judgemental attitude
        • Good planning and organisational skills
        • Initiative and leadership qualities, with the ability to relate to young people
        Delivery mode information
        Online

        With online study you will be completing your course via an online platform which contains all your study material and assessments. You will be provided a login and password to access this material once you have been enrolled at North Metropolitan TAFE. 

        Online is a little different to on-campus study as you do not have face to face contact with your lecturers and you do not engage directly with fellow students during every-day class activities. If on-campus study is not your preference, then online study is a great option. Rest assured you will be supported by your online lecturers.
        You will also have access to lecturers via your online dashboard. The lecturers will help to clarify your concerns, assist with the course content, mark your assessments and provide you with feedback if required

        Qualifications are broken down into stages with an intensive practical skills workshop run at the end of each stage. You will only need to enrol and pay for one stage at a time.

        A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

        To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
        Part-time

        With part time study you will be completing your course on-campus with face to face contact with your lecturers and fellow students during every-day class activities.

        Qualifications are broken down into stages to try and suit your availability. 
        If you are planning on completing a Certificate III or IV level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 2 or 3 stages over 12 - 18 months 
        If you are planning on completing a Diploma level course we will recommend that the course be broken into 3 or 4 stages over 18 - 24 months 

        A Work Placement is compulsory for students undertaking a Certificate IV or Diploma as some units in these qualifications require you to demonstrate your skills in a work place setting. These units will be highlighted on your study plan.

        To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form
        Work-based

        Workplace training offers a flexible, self-paced study program which combines workplace recognition of prior learning and individualised ‘gap’ training to attain your qualification.

        Workplace training means every time you go to work you are learning and demonstrating competence whilst working towards your qualification. The flexibility of workplace training allows you to structure and perform learning and assessment in a way that fits into your professional and personal life.

        Learning and assessment plans are created on an individual level in consultation with you and/or your employer. Workplace training assessment is conducted using numerous methods including practical demonstration and observation, question and answer interviews, written tasks, supervisor reports and workshops. 

        To enquire or enrol please fill out the Course Enquiry Form

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