If you're eager to delve into the world of engineering, consider a TAFE NSW fitting and machining course. In this dynamic field, you'll acquire the...
Embark on an engineering journey or refresh your competence with this short machining course. Gain hands-on experience working with a lathe and milling equipment, and acquire the fundamental skills to practise machining independently.
Design and construct tools of the trade. As an engineering tradesperson specialising in toolmaking, you’ll be involved in creating, repairing and assembling precision tools. Learn the skills to enter an in-demand industry with confidence.
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.
Advance your skills in mechanical engineering with this practical course. Study as an apprentice while you learn transferable skills for exciting sectors like mining, sustainable energy, naval ship building, and more.
Fitting and machining course information
There are so many ways to study at TAFE NSW. You can choose an option that suits your learning style and lifestyle.
Who is a fitting and machining course good for?
Are you someone who thrives on turning raw materials into precision-crafted components? Do you have a keen eye for detail, a steady hand and a knack for problem solving? If so, TAFE NSW's fitting and machini...
Fitting and machining career paths
Investing your time and energy into a fitting and machining 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.