Engineering

Engineering

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Secure your role in a booming industry like construction, mining and infrastructure when you study a TAFE NSW engineering course. Engineering offers many pathways to choose from including boilermaking, fitting and turning, fabrication and welding. Whichever path you take, you’ll use your logical, mathematical and critical thinking skills to build and shape the future.

Drafting

Expand your hand sketching and CAD skills and be in-demand creating drawings, specifications and 3D modelling for small engineering components and large structures.

  • TAFE Statement AutoCAD Level 1

    800-000664

    This course will give you an overview of the AutoCAD operating system commands, menus and techniques, and the skills and knowledge necessary to produce 2D annotated working drawings for a wide variety of drafting disciplines.Topics include AutoCAD menus, AutoCAD toolbars, two dimensional drawing commands, AutoCAD terminology, the AutoCAD drawing editor and how to co-ordinate systems. You will also learn basic plotting and printing techniques, layers, colours and linetypes, hatching and get an introduction to Modelspace and Paperspace concepts.AutoCAD 2017 by Autodesk will be used in the completion of this course.

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  • Certificate IV Engineering Drafting

    MEM40412-01

    Advance your technical engineering career when you study. Learn a wide range of practical and computing skills, develop your ability to create engineering specifications and graduate ready to take the next step in your technical engineering career.

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Engineering

Get hands-on with an engineering course and learn the core principles of fitting and machining, welding and metal fabrication.

  • Certificate I Engineering

    MEM10119-01

    Start designing and building your engineering career and learn how to work safely in a manufacturing and engineering environment. Learn the foundational skills of a manufacturing workplace while you develop your ability to be a supportive member of a fast-paced team.

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  • Certificate II Engineering

    MEM20105-01

    Kick-start your engineering career or begin a strong pathway for further study. You’ll gain a broad understanding of underpinning engineering principles, explore mechanical engineering, fabrication and more, and graduate ready for endless employment opportunities.

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  • Certificate II Engineering Pathways

    MEM20413-01

    Start your route into the engineering and manufacturing industries and learn to use power tools and hand tools. Get the introductory skills to prepare you for an apprenticeship, traineeship or entry-level job in a variety of specialities, including locksmithing, machining, fitting and welding.

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  • Certificate IV Engineering (Welding)

    MEM40119-04

    Become an advanced welding tradesperson or welding supervisor, and find work in traditional or cutting-edge industries. Develop your experience in welding and level up your career with skills that can take you around the world.

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  • Certificate IV Engineering (Fluid Power)

    MEM40119-03

    Gain the technical skills you need to work as a hydraulic/pneumatic technician or fitter. Develop trade and post-trade level skills in machining and fitting, and embark on the next stage of your engineering career.

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  • Certificate IV Engineering (CNC Programming)

    MEM40119-06

    Develop the technical abilities to work as a computer numerical control (CNC) operator or mechanical engineer. Learn specialist skills in manufacturing and engineering, as you refine your knowledge in industry-specific workshops.

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  • Certificate IV Engineering

    MEM40119-01

    If you love knowing why things work the way they do and how to fix them, then an exciting career in engineering is perfect for you. Become a specialised engineering tradesperson in either boiler making, sheet metal, welding, CNC programming or fluid power.

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  • Advanced Diploma Electronics and Communications Engineering

    UEE60220-01

    Refine your expertise and gain a deeper understanding of electronics and communications engineering. Take your career to the next level and be ready for management roles in this field or even make a career change with this exciting and technical course.

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  • Advanced Diploma Engineering (Mechanical)

    MEM60112-04

    Get the skills to excel in engineering-related careers in the manufacturing, mining, mineral processing, oil and gas and automotive industries. Learn from industry professionals and maximise your proficiency in project management and computer aided drafting.

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Engineering Technology

Study engineering technology and adapt your skills and knowledge to be a part of a sustainably driven future working in developing sectors like renewable energy.

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Fabrication and Welding

If you love hot flying sparks and making things, fabrication and welding is for you. Work with steel and sheet metal, and nail traditional blacksmithing techniques as well as electronic automation.

  • TAFE Statement Basic Welding

    800-000030

    This course is designed specifically for beginners with no previous experience. It covers the fundamentals of welding, heating and cutting ferrous metals, including: - general safety - basic welding, heating and thermal cutting using oxy acetylene equipment - manual metal arc welding - gas metal arc welding. The program provides the opportunity for people to develop basic skills for their own private use or to enhance employability in any of the trace or maintenance areas. For work health and safety reasons, participants are required to wear one-piece cotton drill overalls or cotton drill trousers and a long sleeve shirt, and steel capped boots.

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  • TAFE Statement Advanced Welding to AS1554

    800-000646

    This course is for people requiring the knowledge and skills to work or seek employment as a Welder in a metal fabrication or allied engineering industry. You will acquire the practical skills and techniques associated with the welding process to join ferrous and non-ferrous materials in all weld positions, heat, cut and gouge materials, interpret engineering drawings. This course is designed to accommodate both off-the-job training and on-the-job training and experience.

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  • TAFE Statement Pressure Welding to AS1796

    800-000690

    This course is for existing tradespeople requiring the knowledge and skills to seek certification to welding standard AS1796 Pressure Welding. You will acquire the practical skills and techniques associated with the welding process to join ferrous plate and pipe in all weld positions, to meet the standards defined by AS1796.

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  • Certificate III Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking)

    MEM30319-02

    Become a trade-qualified boilermaker and collaborate with a team of like-minded peers who love the challenge of working with metal as much as you do. Learn a wide range of practical skills that include welding and thermal cutting, technical drawing and geometric development to solidify your foundational knowledge.

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  • Certificate III Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Blacksmithing)

    MEM30319-05

    Be armed with a wide range of specialist forging, tempering and heat treatment processes and utilise your creative practical streak. Join the history-rich blacksmithing market or your chosen industry with confidence and employability.

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  • Certificate III Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Sheetmetal working)

    MEM30319-06

    Become a trade-qualified sheet metal worker and collaborate with like-minded peers who love the challenge of working with metal as much as you do. Develop practical skills in fabrication as you create items like toolboxes, filing cabinets, extraction systems and commercial kitchen benches.

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  • Certificate III Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/welding)

    MEM30319-04

    Gain specialised skills in large and heavy structural welding in an exciting and continuously developing field. Be qualified where skill shortages exist, embark on your fabrication career or use credits towards a higher qualification.

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Fitting and Machining

Build your career as a fitter and turner or CNC machinist. Gain engineering skills and join industries like oil and gas, defence force construction and power generation.

  • TAFE Statement CNC Machining

    800-000651

    This course is designed for students wanting an introduction to CNC machining or Master CAM in an engineering environment.

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  • Certificate III Engineering - Mechanical Trade

    MEM30219-01

    Embark on this apprenticeship and apply your practical skills and knowledge to diverse industries including naval shipping, sustainable energy, mining, power and aviation. Be empowered to take the next step in your engineering career, with gusto.

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  • Certificate III Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Fitting/machining)

    MEM30219-03

    Advance your skills in mechanical engineering with this practical course. Study as an apprentice and be recognised for your industry experience while you learn transferable skills for exciting sectors like mining, sustainable energy, naval ship building, and more.

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Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Launch into the specialised engineering area of fluid power. Investigate, maintain and design the hydraulics and pneumatics power circuits that channel mechanical energy.

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Industrial Electronics and Control Engineering

Study automated machines when you study industrial electronics and control engineering. Take your in-demand skills in installation and fault-finding to a range of industries.

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Plastic and Rubber Manufacturing

Discover the properties of polymers from natural to synthetic to thermosetting and consider sustainable technologies for tomorrow with specialist studies in plastic and rubber.

  • Certificate IV Polymer Technology

    PMB40121-01

    Advance your polymer technology skills for the essential manufacturing, plastics, and robotics industries and gain practical production and client communication skills valued in polymer technician roles.

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Process Manufacturing

Study process manufacturing and apply your engineering know-how in either chemicals, hydrocarbons and oil refining, or plastics, rubber and cable making, or mineral products.

  • Statement of Attainment Computer Aided Drafting - 2D Introduction

    900-81373

    Learn state-of-the-art CAD programs and bring your technical sketches to life. Develop drawings for structural components, civil infrastructure, machinery and buildings. Create 3D models and visualise how design ideas could work in the real world.

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  • Certificate III Manufacturing Technology (Structural Steel Detailing)

    MSA30208-03

    Build an exciting career in drafting and detailing as you learn to use state-of-the-art CAD software applications. Create engineering drawings and 3D models and be the communication lynchpin between architects, engineers, fabricators and builders.

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  • Certificate III Manufacturing Technology (CAD/Drafting)

    MSA30208-02

    Build an exciting career in drafting and detailing as you learn to use state-of-the-art CAD software applications. Create engineering drawings and 3D models for architects, engineers, fabricators and builders in a general CAD drafting environment.

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Production Technology

Work with chemical, digital technology and welding equipment when you launch into the field of production. Learn your craft with industry standard programs and equipment.

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Technical

Focus on engineering design, quality control and assurance monitoring and pick up skills in CAD and automation technologies in this exciting technical field.

  • Certificate III Engineering - Technical

    MEM30505-01

    Take your first step into the world of engineering, and gain the foundational skills to launch your career. You will learn the underpinning principles of engineering design in a range of specialist areas. This course prepares you for further study or a trade apprenticeship.

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  • Diploma Engineering - Technical (Mechanical)

    MEM50212-04

    Enter the next stage of your mechanical engineering career with skills that are transferable across multiple industries. Understand the manufacturing process, advance your skills in engineering designs and graduate ready to take your engineering career to the next level.

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  • Diploma Engineering - Technical

    MEM50212-01

    Strengthen your existing engineering skills and knowledge and prepare for work as an engineering technician. Build knowledge in a variety of areas and develop your expertise in a specialist engineering field, such as mechanical engineering.

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Watch and Clock Service and Repair

Watch your career take off in no time, as you pair your appreciation for clocks and your natural attention to detail to service, diagnose and repair a range of common and specialty clocks and watches.

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