Engineering

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Fabrication and Welding courses

Roll up your sleeves and start creating, shaping and joining metal components with a TAFE NSW fabrication and welding course. Gain the skills to in...

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  • TAFE Statement Pressure Welding to AS1796 Theory

    800-000960

    Confidently perform welding processes to the AS1796 Pressure welding standard to enrich your existing career in the welding industry. Ignite enthusiasm to take new welding skills, techniques and knowledge onto the job site.

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  • TAFE Statement Basic Welding

    800-000030

    Discover the fundamentals of welding in this course designed for students at any skill level. Kickstart your career in fabrication and welding, bring your existing skills up to date or develop basic skills for your own private use.

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  • TAFE Statement Advanced Welding to AS1554

    800-000646

    Bring your existing skills up to industry standard to work in the metal fabrication or allied engineering industry. Learn to weld at an AS1554.1 structural level, and specialise in either manual metal arc, gas metal arc or gas tungsten arc welding.

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  • TAFE Statement Assessment for AS1796 Welding Certificates 1 - 9

    800-000298

    This course is the associated assessment of the TAFE Statement in Pressure Welding to AS1796. Validate your skills and knowledge under the AS1796 Australian Standard for Welding and Joining of Metals and boost your employability as an existing welder or fabricator.

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  • Certificate III Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking)

    MEM31922-02

    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 (Boilermaking/welding)

    MEM31922-04

    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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  • Certificate III Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Sheetmetal working)

    MEM31922-06

    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 (Blacksmithing)

    MEM31922-05

    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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Fabrication and welding course information

When you choose to study a fabrication and welding course, there is a wide range of flexible options available.

  • Face-to-face courses at TAFE NSW are immersive and interactive, a...
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Who is a fabrication and welding course good for?

You’ll be well suited to fabrication and welding if you enjoy working with your hands and creating objects using tools and skilled techniques. A fabrication and welding course offers the opportunity to dive ...

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Fabrication and welding career paths

Investing your time and energy into a fabrication and welding course provides you with several great career options to choose from:

  • Sheetmetal trades workers shape, cut, assembl...
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

How do I enrol?

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.

  1. Go to the TAFE NSW website to view the course you are interested in
  2. Check if there are any entry requirements, as you may be asked to supply additional information
  3. Select a course location to progress your enrolment
  4. Follow the prompts to complete
  5. You will receive an email confirming your enrolment or application status

If you need further assistance with your enrolment, contact TAFE NSW Student Services on 131 601 between 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday.

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