Do you have the initiative and technical mind to be an engineering or manufacturing tradesperson? If so, TAFE NSW provides you with the training an...
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.
Begin your path into engineering and manufacturing and learn to use power and hand tools. Gain the skills to prepare for an apprenticeship, traineeship or entry-level job in a range of specialities such as locksmithing, machining, fitting and welding.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Gain the skills to excel in engineering-related careers in the manufacturing, mining, mineral processing, oil and gas and automotive industries. Maximise your proficiency in project management and computer aided design (CAD).
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.
Engineering course information
It’s easy to balance work and study with a TAFE NSW engineering course.
Who is an engineering course good for?
To work as an engineering tradesperson, you should have an intermediate level of fitness to handle the demands of the job. For example, welders cut and grind metal, which is physically demanding work. You ma...
Engineering career paths
Investing your time and energy into an engineering course provides you with several great career options to choose from:
At TAFE NSW you can apply or enrol to do a course.
If your course has no entry requirements, you can enrol directly. If there are entry requirements, you will need to apply to be accepted for a position in the course.
If you need further assistance with your enrolment, contact TAFE NSW Student Services on 131 601 between 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday.