22470VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies (VET in Schools)

Engineering Studies aims to:

  • Provide pre-employment training and pathways into the engineering industry
  • Provide students with engineering skills e.g. basic machining, fabrication, welding & use of tools
  • Provide experience in, and knowledge of, a range of occupations at engineering trade level
  • Enable students to make more informed choices in the selection of career paths
  • Enable students to gain a recognised credential and credits for further training.
  • Nationally accredited course – 22470VIC Certificate II Engineering Studies
  • VCAL: credits in the Industry Specific Skills Strand and structured work placement in Work Related Skills Strand.
    Applicable to Foundation, Intermediate and Senior VCAL
  • VCE: credit in up to 4 units over 2 years: 2 Units at Unit 1&2 level, and a Unit 3&4 sequence
  • ATAR and Study Score: Students may receive an ATAR contribution for the Unit 3&4 sequence of VCE VET Engineering Studies by undertaking scored assessment to achieve a study score. The study score can contribute directly to the primary four or as a fifth or sixth study.  Scored assessment consists of three coursework tasks and an end of year examination.

Career and Employment Opportunities:

  • 22470VIC Certificate II Engineering Studies provides skills that are necessary for a work-based engineering apprenticeship that leads into a range of engineering tradesperson careers within the engineering and manufacturing industry. Occupations include roles for the conception, design, manufacture, assembly, installation, repair, replacement, packaging and sales of a wide range of products.
  • SBAT (School-based Apprenticeship or Traineeship): MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering. Ringwood Training delivers the training.
  • Apprenticeship: MEM30305 Certificate III Engineering Fabrication Trade. Ringwood Training is the RTO that delivers the training.
  • Other TAFE, Private Provider and Higher Education programs.
  • Outstanding facilities; a purpose built Engineering Centre
  • Industry trained staff
  • Strong links with local industry, education and training sectors
  • Easy access via public transport – Ringwood and Ringwood East Railway Stations, buses

Course will be delivered over two years at Ringwood Training at a VETis program. 

First Year VCE/VET Units 1 & 2, Wednesday 12noon – 4.30PM

Second Year VCE/VET Units 3 & 4, Wednesday 2.30 – 7.00PM

VCE VET Units 1 & 2

Unit Code Unit Total Hours
MEM13014A Apply principles of OH&S in the work environment 10
VU22329 Report on a range of sectors in manufacturing engineering and related industries 30
VU22330 Select and interpret drawings and prepare three dimensional (3D) sketches and drawings 20
MEM18001C Use hand tools 20
MEM18002B Use power tools/ hand held operations 20
VU22331 Perform basic machining processes 40
VU22332 Apply basic fabrication techniques 40
VU22336 Perform metal fabrication operations 60

 

VCE VET Units 3 & 4

Unit Code Unit Total Hours
MEMPE006A Undertake a basic engineering project 80
VU22333 Perform intermediate engineering computations 40
VU22337 Perform basic welding and thermal cutting processes to fabricate engineering structures 60

VETis students will need to complete a VET Application form which is available from your VET Coordinator at your home school or directly from Ringwood Training.