MEM31922 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Apprentice/SBAT)
- Course Aims
- Course Outcomes
- Future Pathways
- Why Ringwood Training?
- Course Duration
- Selection Criteria
- Course Outline/Units of Competency
- How to Apply
This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required for employment as an Engineering Tradesperson-Fabrication within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries. Training includes on and off-the job learning strategies, delivered through a formal apprenticeship.
On successful completion of this course students will qualify for Certificate III in Engineering-Fabrication Trade.
Successful completion of this qualification may lead to post-trade qualifications in sales, supervisory roles, training or business ownership.
- 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
Apprenticeship is nominal 4 years with 3 years of trade training component.
We offer day & block release training options in consultation with the employer.
Student will need to have the following for an Apprenticeship or SBAT:
- Employment under a Training Contract as an SBAT or Apprentice
- School enrolment in VCE or VCAL (SBAT only)
- Training Plan – Trade training at Ringwood Training as the Registered Training Organisation.
The following unit of competencies are our standard MEM31922 training plan. Delivery order and electives may be changed upon employer/student consultation upon development of the training plan.
|Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
|Organise and communicate information
|Undertake manual Handling
|Use hand tools
|Use power tools/hand held operations
|Perform sheet and plate assembly
|Perform engineering measurements
|Carry out mechanical cutting
|Perform routine gas metal arc welding
|Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding
|Interpret technical drawing
|Participate in environmental sustainable work practices
|Perform routine manual metal arc welding
|Interact with computing technology
|Perform manual heating and thermal cutting
|Plan work activities
|Perform geometric development
|Select welding processes
|Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques
|Perform automated thermal cutting
|Apply safe welding practices
|Weld using gas metal arc welding process
|Apply basic engineering design concepts
|Operate and monitor machine and process
|Assemble fabricated components
|Mark off/ out Structural fabrications
|Assist in the provision of on the job training
|Weld using Manual Metal Arc Welding process
|Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process
Ringwood Training offer this course as an apprenticeship or School Based program.
You will need to have an employer and a training contract.
Ringwood Training will be in touch once your contract has been processed.