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Certificate III in Print Manufacturing

Course code: ICP31315

This qualification applies to individuals working in the print manufacturing area creating printed products by hand or machine. They are responsible for post-press and finishing stages of the print process and apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems. They may provide leadership and guidance to others with some limited responsibility for the output of others. Licensing/Regulatory Information No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate IV in Manufacturing Technology (CAD/Drafting)

Course code: MSA40108

This course is designed to help you enter and maintain a career in the manufacturing industry. The course supports the Certificate IV in Manufacturing Technology, specialising in CAD/Drafting. You will learn how to use and apply CAD/Drafting skills to assist in the design and making of manufactured products. A career option in Drafting and Design covers both Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and traditional drafting principles as well as electives in information technology and manufacturing processes and operations. On finishing, you could be employed in a range of roles such as Detail Draftsperson or CAD Operator. This Certificate IV course has been registered as a Technology Cadetship that should be completed over a two (2) year period. The Technology Cadetship allows you to be employed and to undertake training at TAFE NSW while you learn on the job. After completing this course there are a number of Technology career opportunities and pathways available to reflect the diverse skills needed in manufacturing enterprises. For more information contact your local TAFE College. The Certificate III in Manufacturing Technology, specialising in CAD/Drafting, course number 19070, is embedded within this Certificate IV qualification. While the Certificate III requires ten (10) units for completion the Certificate IV requires fifteen (15) units. You can progress from the Certificate III course to the Certificate IV and receive full recognition for all units achieved in the Certificate IV course.

Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing

Course code: MSM31115

The MSM31115 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing has been developed as a trade-level qualification. People with this qualification would be expected to work under supervision manufacturing recreational vehicles, including: - motor homes - caravans - camper trailers - slide-ons - fifth wheelers to meet Australian requirements, such as road worthiness and the Australian Design Rule (ADR). They may work in a large manufacturing organisation or a smaller workshop. There are no specific licenses that relate to this qualification. However, some units in this qualification may have licensing or regulatory requirements depending on the work context. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production - Bus, Truck and Trailer

Course code: AUM20213

This course is for people who need to perform a range of tasks in the manufacturing sector. The range of technical skills and knowledge that you will acquire is limited but the qualification is suitable for entry into the automotive manufacturing industry. No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate III in Automotive Manufacturing Technical Operations - Bus, Truck and Trailer

Course code: AUM30213

This course is for people who want to get involved in the production of bus, truck and trailer and components manufacture. The qualification is suitable for entry into the automotive manufacturing industry. No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Statement of Attainment in Advanced Pneumatics

Course code: 160-18402V01

This course delivers advanced skills in pneumatics following on from pre-requisite unit MEM18018C Maintain pneumatic system components.

Statement of Attainment in Autocad 2D Advanced

Course code: 160-32324V01

This Statement of Attainment will introduce students to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and enable you to develop basic skills ising Autocad software to produce 2D drawings. This course can initiate the development of CAD skills needed in various industries including but not limited to Engineering and Construction, Building, Architecture and Surveying.

Statement of Attainment in CAD 3D Solidworks

Course code: 160-32325V01

This Statement of Attainment will introduce students to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and enable you to develop basic skills ising Softworks software to produce 3D models and drawings.

Advanced Diploma of Industrial Design

Course code: 10221NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with the combination of creative, conceptual and applied design skills for a manufacturing/production environment that calls for innovation, creativity, sustainability and responsiveness to the social, cultural, economic and global manufacturing context. Graduates will have broad knowledge and skills to undertake highly skilled/paraprofessional work and/or further learning in product or industrial design. The course will enable graduates to develop: - Broad theoretical and technical knowledge of product technologies and materials - Wide-ranging specialised technical, creative and conceptual skills to express ideas and perspectives to improve the efficiency or productivity of existing products or the creation and manufacture of new ones - Cognitive and communication skills to analyse and formulate responses to complex product design problems - Innovative and original thinking demonstrating idea generation techniques, initiative and judgement - Analytical and advanced problem solving skills that underpin the development of successful product design solutions for known and unknown situations, such as household, furniture or industrial products or processes, packaging, exhibition and point of sale designs - Ability to respond to the social, cultural and economic imperatives in Australia and overseas in relation to global manufacturing environment, as well as ethical environmental considerations and materials, the responsible and innovative use of design, technologies, resources, materials utilisation and material re-use - Complex prototype modelling skills - Personal and professional practices and presentation skills relevant to the changing needs of industry and professional standards.

Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchens and Bathrooms)

Course code: MSF31113

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of skills at trade-level for those working in furniture making and those involved in the manufacture and installation of fitted furniture typically in a kitchen, bathroom and related context. Installation skills may be applied to new or renovation work. The work is in a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a range of broader related activities involving known routines, methods and procedures, where some discretion and judgement is required in the selection of equipment, services or contingency measures and within known time constraints. This qualification offers a generic Certificate III in Cabinet Making, as well as two pathways targeting the skill requirements of free-standing furniture makers and kitchen and bathroom cabinet makers and installers. The following additional qualification descriptors are approved for this qualification: Pathway 2: MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchens and Bathrooms) The MSS30312 Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices is available for employees at this level who already possess technical skills and who require additional manufacturing practice skills above those available in this qualification. Depending on the state and territory where work is undertaken licensing may relate to this qualification where the candidate is required to work on-site assisting in kitchen and bathroom installation. The licensing requirement will usually involve construction induction training. Where licensing is required the unit CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry should be selected. If no licensing requirement exists e.g. where all work will be off-site then the unit MSAPMOHS200A Work safely should be selected.

Certificate III in Cotton Ginning

Course code: LMT30307

This course is for trainees and other people who want to acquire the skills needed for safe work practices in the cotton ginning industry when working as a co-ordinator or supervising ginner. You will learn about production processes and production support, ginning machinery, ginning presses, fires and fire extinguishers, using specialist tools and machinery, competitive manufacturing processes. You will be able to perform specialised technical tasks or multi-skilled roles within a cotton ginning environment.

Certificate III in Furniture Finishing

Course code: MSF30113

This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required to perform a wide range of tasks associated with the preparation of surfaces and applying stains, coatings and finishes to furniture in manufacture or repair. Participation in teams, including group or team coordination, may be required. There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, depending on the jurisdiction, licensing or regulatory requirements may apply to the use of some units in this qualification. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology

Course code: MSS50216

The MSS50216 Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology specifies the competencies required to apply a range of methods and technologies to conduct environmental sampling, testing and monitoring in most industry sectors, and to assist environmental scientists, engineers and planners with site assessment, minimising environmental impacts of processes and remediation/rehabilitation of sites. This qualification applies to environmental officers, environmental protection officers, environmental compliance officers, environmental technicians and similar personnel employed by enterprises and Commonwealth, state/territory and local governments. These personnel often work with environmental scientists, engineers, planners and community groups to manage and conserve natural systems and resources, minimise pollution, remediate/rehabilitate sites and trial practical strategies to protect and improve ecosystems. Their work often involves environmental monitoring and technology, internal auditing and continuous improvements to enhance compliance and minimise the environmental impacts of processes. Government employees may be more involved with external inspection and auditing of enterprises and negotiating appropriate responses to instances of non-compliance. No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate II in Furniture Making

Course code: MSF20313

This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required to perform the manufacture of free-standing furniture or built-in cabinets, and provide on-site assistance in the installation of furniture or cabinets involving known routines and procedures and some accountability for the quality of outcomes. It reflects vocational outcomes for those performing assistant cabinet maker, assistant installer of built-in cabinets, and production operator within a cabinet making enterprise. Cabinets include free-standing and built-in furniture or fitted cabinets, such as those used in kitchens and bathrooms. Skills are also included that cover assisting in the installation or renovation of kitchens and bathrooms and other fitted cabinets, which involves collaboration with others through members of a group or team. This qualification does not cover shopfitting. Meaningful involvement of industry is essential to achieving this qualification outcome. This qualification is suitable for persons employed in furniture making as described above. It also applies to persons who are formally engaged in a traineeship in accordance with the Australian Apprenticeships policy. The MSF20516 Certificate II in Furniture Making Pathways is the appropriate qualification for VET delivered to secondary students. There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, depending on the state and territory where work is undertaken licensing may relate to this qualification where the candidate is required to work on-site. The licensing requirement will usually involve construction induction training. Where licensing is required the unit CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry should be selected. If no licensing requirement exists (e.g. where all work will be off-site) then the unit MSMWHS200 Work safely should be selected.

Certificate II in Printing and Graphic Arts (General)

Course code: ICP20115

This qualification applies to individuals who perform a range of mainly routine tasks in the printing and graphic arts industry. They work under direct supervision, and use limited practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge in a defined context. It is a preparatory qualification that can be used as a pathway into a range of specialist Certificate III qualifications within the printing and graphic arts industry. Licensing/Regulatory Information No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Furniture)

Course code: MSF31113

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of skills at trade-level for those working in furniture making and those involved in the manufacture and installation of fitted furniture typically in a kitchen, bathroom and related context. Installation skills may be applied to new or renovation work. The work is in a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a range of broader related activities involving known routines, methods and procedures, where some discretion and judgement is required in the selection of equipment, services or contingency measures and within known time constraints. This qualification offers a generic Certificate III in Cabinet Making, as well as two pathways targeting the skill requirements of free-standing furniture makers and kitchen and bathroom cabinet makers and installers. The following additional qualification descriptors are approved for this qualification: Pathway 1: MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Furniture) Pathway 2: MSF31113 Certificate III in Cabinet Making (Kitchens and Bathrooms) The MSS30312 Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices is available for employees at this level who already possess technical skills and who require additional manufacturing practice skills above those available in this qualification. Depending on the state and territory where work is undertaken licensing may relate to this qualification where the candidate is required to work on-site assisting in kitchen and bathroom installation. The licensing requirement will usually involve construction induction training. Where licensing is required the unit CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry should be selected. If no licensing requirement exists e.g. where all work will be off-site then the unit MSAPMOHS200A Work safely should be selected.

Certificate III in Furniture Making

Course code: MSF30213

This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required to perform a wide range of tasks in furniture making, including interpretation of specifications drawings, use of specialised machines and hand techniques. There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, depending on the jurisdiction, licensing or regulatory requirements may apply to the use of some units in this qualification. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology

Course code: MST20616

This qualification provides an introductory overview of skills applied in the fashion industry. It includes skills used in the design and production of garments and millinery, as well as in the development of unique fashion and textile designs used in Indigenous Australian culture. The qualification is designed to apply in a highly supervised context, such as VET in Schools, or other equivalent introduction to fashion industry environments. There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, some units in this qualification may have licensing or regulatory requirements in some environments. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Statement of Attainment in Welding Introduction

Course code: 164-10010V01

LEARN TO WELD IN 5 WEEKS This Welding Introduction course is designed to give the learner the opportunity to experience a welding processes of their choice. It allows flexibility to identify a welding method and gain both practical and theoretical knowledge for a particular process. Learners work with their teacher to choose from gas metal arc welding, manual metal arc welding or gas tungsten arc welding. Each learner will also gain a base understanding of metal heating and thermal cutting techniques through tuition.

Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology

Course code: MST30816

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge required to work in applied design and production roles within the clothing and fashion industry. This qualification is suitable for workers producing fashion products where a basic understanding of design and marketing as well as sewing skills for specialist machinists, support roles in patternmaking, production of digitally printed or embroidered fabrics or garments is needed. Items to be produced would include a single or small range of products. This qualification is particularly suitable for those who are self-employed undertaking low volume production of items for local distribution outlets, for example, markets. There are no specific licenses that relate to this qualification. However, depending on the jurisdiction, licensing or regulatory requirements may apply to the use of some units in this qualification. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Certificate III in Cabinet Making

Course code: MSF31113

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of skills at trade-level for those working in furniture making and those involved in the manufacture and installation of fitted furniture typically in a kitchen, bathroom and related context. Installation skills may be applied to new or renovation work. The work is in a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a range of broader related activities involving known routines, methods and procedures, where some discretion and judgement is required in the selection of equipment, services or contingency measures and within known time constraints. This qualification offers a generic Certificate III in Cabinet Making. The MSS30312 Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices is available for employees at this level who already possess technical skills and who require additional manufacturing practice skills above those available in this qualification. Depending on the state and territory where work is undertaken licensing may relate to this qualification where the candidate is required to work on-site assisting in kitchen and bathroom installation. The licensing requirement will usually involve construction induction training. Where licensing is required the unit CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry should be selected. If no licensing requirement exists e.g. where all work will be off-site then the unit MSAPMOHS200A Work safely should be selected.

Diploma of Industrial Design

Course code: 10220NAT

This course is intended to provide participants with a range of knowledge and skills to identify, design and develop new or improved products for manufacturing. Participants will perform the following functions associated with industrial design: - Visualise and create designs for products or processes in response to a design brief - Design for a range of markets and functions including consumer products, electrical and electronic devices, furniture, lighting, medical and industrial products - Demonstrate technical skills incorporating current and forward looking CAD and 3D software technologies, including rapid prototyping and 3D printing - Apply knowledge of manufacturing, construction and fabrication processes - Respond to a range of design briefs - Organise production - Incorporate utility, aesthetics, human behaviour and market appeal into design solutions - Make sketch models and mock ups.

TAFE Statement in Designing Jewellery With Rhino

Course code: 165-28540V01

To benefit from the course you should have basic computer literacy and knowledge of jewellery production. It will be an advantage if you have some experience with other design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Solid Works or AutoCAD. This course will introduce you to Rhino and Rhino Gold software for 3-dimensional modelling, designing and visualisation of jewellery. With Rhino you can develop and communicate your jewellery designs with no need for interpretation. It will let you accurately model and document designs for rendering, analysis and manufacture. Once approved, a design can be sent directly to 3D printing or computer-aided manufacturing to produce the model for casting. You can then use traditional techniques for manufacturing. This course will introduce you to designing with these tools, preparing for files for manufacture and rapid prototyping technology.

Certificate IV in Engineering

Course code: MEM40105

This course is for people employed as apprentices in Higher Engineering Trade and for people who have completed a Certificate III in an engineering trade and who are seeking to expand their knowledge and skills and to achieve a higher level of qualification. You will gain the competencies required by a tradesperson working at higher levels in the manufacturing, engineering or related industries. You will acquire skills and knowledge in workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures systems and planning, engineering measurement, computations and computer technology plus some industry-specific skills in welding, boilermaking, metal casting, patternmaking, metal machining, maintenance and diagnostics and electrotechnology that are relevant to your current or intended employment. The course duration will vary depending on the training pathway agreed to between you, your employer and the TAFE college.

Diploma of Engineering - Technical (Mechanical)

Course code: MEM50212

This course is for people wanting to work as an engineering technician carrying out tasks such as engineering design and quality control/assurance monitoring. You will gain compulsory competencies in organising and analysing information, interacting with computing technology and selecting engineering materials. You will also gain a range of elective competencies in areas relevant to your current or intended employment, such as CAD, drafting, quality control/assurance, basic fluid power, basic mechanical design, production scheduling, cost estimating and non-destructive testing. The course duration will vary depending on the training pathway agreed to between you, your employer and the TAFE College.

Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Mechanical)

Course code: MEM60112

This course is for people aiming at employment in the metal and engineering industry in occupations at engineering associate level and carrying out tasks such as engineering design, engineering management and project management. You will gain compulsory competencies in organising and analysing information, interacting with computing technology and selecting engineering materials. You will also gain a range of elective competencies in areas relevant to your current or intended employment, such as CAD, drafting, quality assurance, engineering design, engineering management, and project management. The course duration will vary depending on the training pathway agreed to between you, your employer and the TAFE College.

Certificate IV in Engineering (CNC Programming)

Course code: MEM40105

This course is for people employed as apprentices in Higher Engineering Trade and for people who have completed a Certificate III in an engineering trade and who are seeking to expand their knowledge and skills and to achieve a higher level of qualification. You will gain the competencies required by a tradesperson working at higher levels in the manufacturing, engineering or related industries. This course is for people who want to specialise in CNC programming. You will acquire skills and knowledge in workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures systems and planning, engineering measurement, computations and computer technology plus some industry-specific skills in welding, boilermaking, metal casting, patternmaking, metal machining, maintenance and diagnostics and electrotechnology that are relevant to your current or intended employment. The course duration will vary depending on the training pathway agreed to between you, your employer and the TAFE college.

Statement of Attainment in Soil Management

Course code: 160-17348V

This course describes the skills and knowledge required to assist with the sampling and testing of soil or growing media sampling and testing, monitor and control the nutritional requirements of and applications to plants across a range of situations and environments and prepare and mix raw materials into a suitable feedstock mixture for commercial-scale composting and compost feedstock mixtures to manufacture compost products.

Statement of Attainment in 2D Computer Aided Design (CAD)

Course code: TDP-R5000V01

Introductory short course for those interested in Computer Aided Design (CAD). This could include students currently in fabrication, manufacturing and design course, recent graduates who want to enhance their employment skills and those in industry who want to gain some experience and knowledge of CAD.

Certificate III in Joinery

Course code: CPC31912

This qualification provides a trade outcome in joinery covering work for residential and commercial applications. Occupational titles may include: - Joiner. The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that cover common skills for the construction industry, as well as a specialist field of work. The construction industry strongly affirms that training and assessment leading to recognition of skills must be undertaken in a real or very closely simulated workplace environment and this qualification requires all units of competency to be delivered in this context. Completion of the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (ASCC 2007) is required before entering a construction work site. Achievement of unit CPCCOHS1001A covers this requirement. Licensing/Regulatory Information Check with relevant state and territory licensing and regulatory authorities. State and territory jurisdictions may have different regulatory requirements

TAFE Statement in Stone Setting

Course code: 165-400213V01

This course will introduce students to some of the basic skills to set round and princess cut gems into jewellery and will add further skills and techniques to jewellery making as well as concepts of jewellery design and manufacture. Add another skill to your jewellery making techniques by learning different styles of setting which will include: * Claw setting * Channel setting * Bead setting * Bezel setting

Certificate III in Signs and Graphics

Course code: CPC30216

This qualification reflects the role of sign manufacturers who design and produce signs and graphics for a range of purposes. Signs and graphics can be produced using a range of traditional and contemporary techniques, often involving the use of advanced printing software and technology, and a range of methods for illumination and fabrication. No licensing, legislative, regulatory, or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of endorsement.

Certificate II in Further Study Skills

Course code: 10591NAT

This course is for people who wish to further their education or training and require the following skills and knowledge: - reading, writing, numeracy, digital literacy, and humanities for continued engagement in further education - Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) units to successfully undertake vocational qualifications such as engineering, electro-technology, building and construction, manufacturing and automotive industries - mathematics and science to prepare for employment in trades or traineeships - English, mathematics and science for general and trade level entry to the Australian Defence Forces

Statement of Attainment in Exercise Management for Emergencies

Course code: 164-30013V01

This skill set covers the skills required to design, develop, implement and evaluate emergency exercises. These exercises include multi-hazard and multi-agency responses to potential emergencies. This training is suitable for people work in an organisation, agency or industry that practices disaster and emergency scenarios. This could include hospitals, local government, airports, ports, manufacturing industry, utilities, non-government organisations, and emergency service organisations. This Statement of Attainment covers the knowledge skills and application involved in the design, management and evaluation of emergency management exercises. On successful completion of assessment requirements participants will achieve the units PUAEMR030 Manage and Evaluate Emergency Management Exercises and PUAEMR031 Design Emergency Management Exercises.

TAFE Statement in Enamelling for Jewellery

Course code: 165-400216V01

Vitreous Enamelling is a colourful and expressive art form with an exciting array of techniques to explore that include stencils, textures, drawing, and cloisonn . Learn how to create images and designs and incorporate enamel into your jewellery. This course will introduce students to some of the basic skills, the tools and techniques, of enamelling onto metal, and will add further skills and techniques to jewellery making as well as concepts of jewellery design and manufacture. This short course is suitable for students with little jewellery working experience (basic saw piercing and filing skills) and will help you to use colour and texture in your jewellery.

Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade

Course code: MEM30205

This course is for people employed as apprentice mechanical fitters and machinists in the manufacturing, engineering and related industry areas. You will gain the competencies required to work as a mechanical tradesperson in these areas. You will acquire skills and knowledge in workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures, systems and planning, engineering measurement, computations and computer technology plus some industry-specific skills in mechanical fitting and machining that are relevant to your current or intended employment. The course duration will vary depending on the training pathway agreed to between you, your employer and the TAFE college.

Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade

Course code: MEM30305

This course is for people employed as apprentice metal fabrication tradespeople in manufacturing, engineering and related industry areas. You will gain the competencies required to work as a fabrication tradesperson in these areas. You will acquire skills and knowledge in workplace communication, occupational health and safety, quality procedures systems and planning, engineering measurement, computations and computer technology plus industry-specific skills in welding, boilermaking and light fabrication (sheetmetal) relevant to your current or intended employment. The course duration will vary depending on the training pathway agreed to between you, your employer and the TAFE college.

Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising

Course code: MST60116

This qualification is intended for design and product development roles in the fashion industry, as well as roles associated with managing fashion business as part of an enterprise. Skills include design and product development, as well as technical production skills and business. Skills may be applied at various stages across the design, production and supply chain continuum, according to workplace roles and enterprise requirements. Outcomes allow for specialisation in fashion design or business, as well as generalist roles. This qualification applies to management of textile, clothing and footwear (TCF) operations that requires knowledge of fashion design and technical production processes, the use of emerging technologies and TCF merchandising techniques that may be applied at various stages of the supply chain. This qualification offers a generic MST60116 Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising, as well as two pathways targeting the skill requirements of fashion designer and fashion business management. The following additional qualification descriptors are approved for this qualification: Pathway 1: MST60516 Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (Design and Product Development) Pathway 2: MST60516 Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (Business and Merchandising) There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, some units in this qualification may have licensing or regulatory requirements in some environments. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Certificate III in Timber and Composites Machining (Flat Panel Machining)

Course code: MSF30313

This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required to perform timber and composites machining for the manufacture of furniture, cabinetry, windows and doors, and other components utilising a range of specialist machinery, and includes preparing and working from drawings and cutting lists. The skills include static and computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine set up, operation maintenance and basic troubleshooting. Specialist Stream 1 -- Flat Panel Machining =========================== Where specialisation is achieved, RTOs should identify this as follows: MSF30313 Certificate III in Timber and Composites Machining (Flat Panel Machining) There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, depending on the jurisdiction, licensing or regulatory requirements may apply to the use of some units in this qualification. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Statement of Attainment in 2D Computer Aided Drafting Introduction Course

Course code: 160-16425V01

Introduction to using 2D computer aided drafting using AutoCAD. The course is aimed at existing apprentices, tradesman and any staff interested in drafting with a computer aided program. No previous experience is required but students require reasonable computer skills. Students will be able to download the CAD program for free from the Autodesk site as an educational only version. 2D drafting is used across a range of engineering, construction and manufacturing industries. The program is predominantly for drawing parts, machinery, buildings, diagrams and structural steel components. This course is 24 hours in duration delivered as 3 hours, one night a week over 8 weeks. Additional home practice will be required. Applicants may use this course as a lead into a future course in 3D modelling using CAD

Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery

Course code: CPC32011

This course is for apprentices in the carpentry and joinery trade. You will learn how to produce work suitable for residential and commercial applications.

Diploma of Laboratory Technology (Chemical and Forensic Analysis)

Course code: MSL50116

This qualification is a specialisation that covers the skills and knowledge required to apply a range of laboratory technologies to conduct checmical and forensic analysis. Employment outcomes targeted by this qualification include technical officers, laboratory technicians, analysts and similar personnel. Technical officers conduct a wide range of sampling and testing that requires the application of broad scientific-technical knowledge and skills, with substantial depth in some areas. Although technical officers generally work in a laboratory, they often work closely with personnel in other teams within a section of the workplace. They may liaise with suppliers to troubleshoot product non-conformance at the direction of laboratory supervisors or managers. They gather information on non-conformance and events that may lead to the modification of workplace procedures. They may also demonstrate methods to others and train them to collect samples and conduct basic tests reliably. The work of technical officers involves frequent peak periods and interruptions. They: - work according to established procedures in a structured environment - collect and prepare samples and communicate sample requirements to other personnel - conduct a wide range of routine and specialised tests where atypical samples may be involved and the instrumentation used has a wide range of operating variables - contribute to the modification of standard operating procedures (SOPs) and enterprise methods when necessary - define and solve problems where alternatives are not obvious and where investigations and trials may be required and the implications of various solutions considered - work under the direction and supervision of senior technical staff, laboratory or quality managers, or scientific/medical professionals generally work as part of a team and may have a role in the planning of schedules and monitoring of resources in their work area.

Statement of Attainment in Welding to AS1796 Certification 1-9

Course code: 561-17431V03

This course is designed for experienced welders working or seeking employment in the manufacture or repair of boiler, pressure vessel, pressure piping or high quality welded applications. You will develop the theory and practical skills required to meet the assessment requirements specified in Australian Standard 1796-2001 which will (depending upon the 1-9 welding certificate undertaken) be certified to weld high quality applications on plain carbon and/or low alloy steel plate and pipe sections. This course can be delivered and assessed on-the-job, off-the-job or a blend of both options. The duration of this program of study will vary depending on the competency unit(s) and/or welding certificate 1-9 undertaken.

Certificate III in Glass and Glazing (specialising in Glazing)

Course code: MSF30413

This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of glass and glazing job roles, including safely manufacturing, processing, moving and installing various types of glass and handling glazing materials and components. The MSF30413 Certificate III in Glass and Glazing reflects vocational outcomes for those performing glass processing, glazing or architectural glass functions in residential and commercial operations and could include manufacturing, processing, installation and stained glass and leadlighting design. Job roles would be in a defined range of skilled operations, usually within a range of broader related activities involving known routines, methods and procedures, where some discretion and judgement is required in the selection of equipment, services or contingency measures and within known time constraints. Specialisation is possible in this qualification depending on the electives chosen. A specialisation can be identified on the testamur where a minimum of six (6) elective units of competency are achieved in one of the three elective groups and units chosen must include those marked with # in each specialist group: Group C - Glazing This specialisation is identified as follows: MSF30413 Certificate III in Glass and Glazing (specialising in Glazing) There are no specific licenses that relate to this qualification. However, depending on the state and territory where work is undertaken licensing may relate to this qualification where the candidate is required to work on-site. The licensing requirement will usually involve construction induction training. Where licensing is required the unit CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry should be selected. If no licensing requirement exists (e.g. where all work will be off-site) then the unit MSMWHS200 Work safely should be selected.

TAFE Statement in Introduction to Jewellery 1

Course code: 165-24946V02

This program will teach you the professional skills required to make jewellery and objects. You will learn to use a piercing saw, a small bench drill and a micro motor to file, solder and hand-finish metals. This is a program for anyone who wants to make jewellery as a recreational activity, with professional level skills. This program will also suit anyone who is considering jewellery making as a potential career. The program will introduce you to basic hand skills. You will learn to use the piercing saw, bench drill, micro motor and doming tools and filing, soldering and polishing techniques. The primary objective of the program is to acquire these skills through the manufacture of finely crafted items. By the end of the program you will have designed and made at least one unique piece of jewellery, which can be worn or become a unique hand-held object (this is not a program in beading and wirework).

Certificate III in Surface Preparation and Coating Application

Course code: MSM30216

The MSM30216 Certificate III in Surface Preparation and Coating Application provides the trade-level competencies required to perform the wide range of surface preparation and protective coating application operations that occur across a range of heavy industry, ships and infrastructure. The surfaces being prepared are typically metal (usually ferrous) and may be structural or have other mechanical requirements. The protective coatings may be liquid or solid. The applied coating may, or may not be the final coat and its purpose is protective, not decorative. People with this qualification would be expected to work under routine supervision only, preparing surfaces and/or applying protective coatings in accordance with a provided technical specification. They would be expected to recognise situations where the intended approach was not appropriate/not working and take appropriate action to ensure the final result is satisfactory. People with this qualification may be expected to undertake some combination of: - abrasively blast clean surfaces to Australian Standard requirements and in accordance with the specification - prepare surfaces for coating as required by the specification - apply liquid protective surface coatings - apply solid polymer surface coatings (this is usually a specialised area). They may work in a manufacturer's factory or they may work as contractors on the site of the plant/ship/infrastructure. This work may be undertaken: - in a factory environment - in an onsite, outdoors environment - inside a vessel or other confined space - outside a vessel or structure - at heights - some combination of these.

Certificate IV in Polymer Technology

Course code: PMB40116

The PMB40116 Certificate IV in Polymer Technology is intended for senior operators and polymer technicians The senior operator/technician may be process-based and directly involved in production or they may be based elsewhere, for example, in a laboratory, although they will typically still have functions on the production floor. The senior operator/technician will be able to apply specialised theoretical and technical knowledge and well developed operations skills in situations that require autonomy, discretion and judgement, such as product and process improvements and trialling. The senior operator/technician will be able to solve complex problems which require in depth theoretical knowledge combined with an understanding of the production process and equipment. This qualification applies to the production of a wide range of polymer products and components ranging from consumer products to components to be included in other commercial, industrial or consumer products. Products may be made from a wide range of natural and synthetic polymers covering thermoplastics as well as thermosetting polymers. Production may be long runs of standard products, short runs or one offs of specialised products. For people who require a more generalist qualification covering the application of good manufacturing practice and lean principles see MSS40316 Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices. There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, units of competency in this qualification may provide the underpinning knowledge and skills required for licences in some jurisdictions. Local regulations should be checked for details.

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What job opportunities could an electrotechnology course lead to?

An electrotechnology course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from working as an electrician for a small business to computer repairs and assembly.

Qualifications in electrotechnology can lead to a job as an electrician, electronics engineer, special class electrician or an air-conditioning technician. The average weekly salary for an electrician is $1,365.

Whether you're just starting out in your electrotechnology career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you.

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