MEM30305 - Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade - 2018

Course overview

'Fabrication' refers to the full scope of work previously known as 'Boiler making', 'Structural Steel', 'Metal Fabrication' and 'Sheet Metal'.

This qualification covers all aspects of fabrication including:

  • the use of hand tools
  • portable power tools
  • metal working machinery
  • the use of all current welding and cutting processes
  • training in reading and interpretation of working drawings
  • developmental drawing
  • marking out and job planning
  • associated theory required to compliment all tasks

Undertaking this qualification will offer apprentices greater openings for career progress due to the broad-based nature of the program, the opportunity to select their own program of study, with the support of their employer, thus acquiring only those skills directly relevant to their work and interests, and the ability to proceed through the program at their own pace.

Note: This course may be updated in 2018. Please contact the relevant VET school/team for current course details and location.

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Career opportunities

Graduates of this qualification may gain employment as tradespersons in the fields of sheetmetal eg general fabrication, air conditioning, stainless steel/aluminium welding & fabrication industries/construction site/mining site/oil & gas industry.

More details about this course

Please visit the Course Catalogue for more information.

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