This course is specifically designed to cover the skills and knowledge required for employment as a higher level Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Mechanical) and associated industries, or at equivalent levels in other industries where Engineering Tradespersons work. This course is ideal for tradespeople nearing completion or have completed an apprenticeship, or are experienced in the trade (Fabrication or Fitter and Turner) wanting to broaden their skill set, or move into supervisory roles.
Public students are suggested, but not essential, to have work experience in engineering or have some related qualification. You will learn skills and knowledge within the engineering or related trades, offering the flexibility to further your fitting, machining, hydraulic, pneumatic, CNC, fabrication or welding skills.
Public students undertaking the Certificate IV in Engineering have the option to undertake practical placement, providing opportunity in obtaining ‘real life’ experience and building connections with local employers as part of their course.
Dates / Locations
#### When You Can Enrol
Applications for 2021 are now open!
#### Delivery Schedule
On Campus – 2 Years part time
**CORPORATE** (already employed within the industry)
On the job or on campus attendance at Wodonga TAFE available:
On the job – flexible self-paced learning available, on the job assessment
On Campus - 12 Months (dependant on previous qualifications), Block release (8 blocks x 5 days)*
*dependant on units of competency formally held through an Engineering trade apprenticeship or other field of study
- McKoy Street, Wodonga Vic (Main campus)
Info Events / Sessions
No info events or info sessions available.
#### Compulsory Units
MEM09002 Interpret technical drawing
MEM11011 Undertake manual handling
MEM12023 Perform engineering measurements
MEM12024 Perform computations
MEM13015 Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
MEM14006 Plan work activities
MEM16006 Organise and communicate information
MEM16008 Interact with computing technology
MEM17003 Assist in the provision of on-the-job training
MEM18001 Use hand tools
MEM18002 Use power tools/hand held operations
MSMENV272 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
MEM07016 Set and edit computer controlled machines and processes
MEM07018 Write basic NC and CNC programs
MEM07019 Program NC and CNC machining centre
MEM09009 Create 2-D drawings using computer-aided design system
MEM09010 Create 3-D models using computer-aided design system
MEM18011 Shut down and isolate machines/equipment
MEM18019 Maintain pneumatic systems
MEM18021 Maintain hydraulic systems
MEM05005 Carry out mechanical cutting
MEM05007 Perform manual heating and thermal cutting
MEM05009 Perform automated thermal cutting
MEM05012 Perform routine manual metal arc welding
MEM05049 Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding
MEM05050 Perform routine gas metal arc welding
MEM07005 Perform general machining
MEM07006 Perform lathe operations
MEM07007 Perform milling operations
MEM07015 Set computer controlled machines and processes
MEM07032 Use workshop machines for basic operations
MEM09003 Prepare basic engineering drawing
MEM12006 Mark off/out (general engineering)
MEM13003 Work safely with industrial chemicals and materials
MEM18003 Use tools for precision work
MEM18012 Perform installation and removal of mechanical seals
MEM18018 Maintain pneumatic system components
MEM18020 Maintain hydraulic system components
MEM18055 Dismantle, replace and assemble engineering components
MEM30012A Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing engineering or related environment
#### Learning Outcomes
• 2D and 3D computer aided design
• CNC programming and operation
• Lathe operations
• Hydraulics and pneumatics
• Milling operations
• Advanced welding
• General engineering
There are optional electives available relevant to your workplace, so learning outcomes may differ per student
On-campus, blended or workplace - New students 24 months part time, students already with trade qualifications will receive credit transfer (up to 12 months dependent on units)
- On-campus – The majority of teaching and assessment is conducted on-campus
- Blended – Teaching and assessment will be conducted on-campus and online.
- Workplace – Some/all teaching and assessment will be conducted at your workplace
Students already working within an Engineering workplace will be required to capture workplace hours relating to specific tasks, dependent upon advanced units of competence enrolled.
From 1 January 2019, Free TAFE for Priority Courses is a Victorian Government program that will pay your tuition fees to study in this selected course at Wodonga TAFE, if you’re eligible, subject to minimum numbers.
Government Funded $3,060.00 (Tuition $3,060.00, Materials $0.00)
Concession $1,377.00 (Tuition $1,377.00, Materials $0.00)
Fee For Service $12,240.00 (Tuition $12,240.00, Materials $0.00)
The student tuition fees published are indicative only and can be subject to change given individual circumstances at the time of enrolment.
Funding made available to eligible individuals by State and Commonwealth Governments. If funding is utilised, this may affect future opportunities to access additional funding in the future. For more information see ‘Fee information and eligibility’ under the Enrol Now tab on the Wodonga TAFE website.
Applicants must either be currently employed in a relevant engineering trade, or be completing an apprenticeship, public students are preferred, but not required, to have experience within the Engineering field.
How to apply
Apply via the ‘Apply online now’ button in the course information page. If the course is not available for online application, you can download an enrolment form via the ‘Apply Now’ tab on our website. Alternatively, please feel free to contact our friendly customer service team on 1300 69 8233 or email email@example.com
Please note: We reserve the right to close course intakes early. Many courses have limited places and high demand. Early applications are recommended. We reserve the right to cancel intakes and courses if there are insufficient student numbers.