Engineering & Manufacturing
engineering & manufacturing
Engineers are involved in the technical design and construction of large infrastructure such as mining equipment, aircrafts, electronics and more.
There are many sub-industries in Engineering, including Civil, Aircraft, Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering, Electrotechnology, Boating Services, Fabrication Engineering.
Engineers have good attention to detail and love building and improving the way things work. You’ll need to have strong skills in mathematics and science and also be able to work as part of a team.
You will become skilled at welding (Oxy/Acetylene, MIG [Metal Inert Gas], TIG [Tungsten Inert Gas], MMA [Manual Metal Arc]), cutting, shaping and manufacturing metal structures and components, machining using lathes and milling machines as well as design.
Electrical Engineering Draftspersons
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
Engineering Production Systems Workers
Engineers (Chemical and Material)
Mechanical Engineering Draftspersons
Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians
Civil Engineering Professionals
Mechanical and Production Engineers
Electronic Equipment Trades Worker
This course delivers broad-based underpinning skills and knowledge in a range of engineering and manufacturing tasks which provides students with an understanding of the industry and the training opportunities that exist in a variety of manufacturing trades. Emphasis is placed on practical activities that involve a range of machinery and tools that will be encountered in the work place.
The introductory nature of this course makes it suitable for Year 10 and Year 11 students wishing to experience aspects of the manufacturing and engineering industries.
This qualification delivers broad-based underpinning skills and knowledge in a range of engineering and manufacturing tasks which will enhance the graduate’s entry level employment prospects for apprenticeships, traineeships or general employment in an engineering related workplace. A substantial period of work placement is required to ensure that unit outcomes are met.