Engineering

Course Name:

Certificate II in Engineering Studies


Course Description:

Are you keen to develop an engineering career in the metal fabrication, manufacturing or mechanical field? If so, this is a great place to start.

You will learn how to produce technical drawings, basic fabrication techniques and machining processes, the use of hand and power tools and how to handle basic engineering projects. Overall, this course gives you entry-level skills for the engineering industry and will increase your potential to gain an apprenticeship.

Participants will complete a total of 11 units over 15 weeks. The course is very practical with assessments based on hands-on work, workplace tasks and assignments and team projects.


Course Units:

VU22332 Apply basic fabrication techniques
MEM13014A Apply principles of Occupational Health and Safety in the work environment
VU22331 Perform basic machining processes
VU22329 Report on a range of sectors in the manufacturing engineering and related industries
VU22330 Select and interpret drawings and prepare three dimensional (3D) sketches and drawings
MEMPE006A Undertake a basic engineering project
MEM18001C Use hand tools
VU21861 Investigate carbon fibre composite processes and terminology
VU22333 Perform intermediate engineering computations
MEM30011A Set up basic pneumatic circuits
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations


Duration:

15 Weeks (3 days per week)


Class Times:

9am – 3pm


Program Commences:

February & August


Location:

Norlane Community Centre

OR

The Gordon East Campus, 180 Boundary Road, East Geelong


Course Adviser:

Bryan Moore


Additional Info:

None


Course Enquiries:

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