Are you looking for a career making and fixing all things mechanical?
When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter ZA) you will be looking at a trades career as a Mechanical Fitter, Hydraulic Fitter, Mobile Service Technician or a Marine Fitter in industries such as Mining, Defence, Oil & Gas and Manufacturing.
Gain these skills:
- work with pumps and hydraulics systems
- work with pneumatic systems
- work with mechanical drives and transmissions
- use workshop machines
- use hand and power tools
- arc welding
- thermal cutting
- measuring using instruments
- technical drawing
- workplace health and safety
- fitting of bearings, drive trains and couplings
- Levelling and alignment of equipment.
|School Leaver||Non-School Leaver||AQF|
|OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8||C Grades in Year 10 English and Maths or equivalent||Certificate I or Certificate II|
RTO Entry Requirements
This training course may only be accessed through a training contract arrangement as an Apprentice.
Entrance requirements for apprenticeships
You must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study an apprenticeship or traineeship.
An apprenticeship involves full time work with an employer who provides an opportunity to learn all aspects of a trade. This is a structured program for a fixed period of time and while you learn on the job, you also attend off the job training at Central Regional TAFE.
Some of the benefits of an Apprenticeship are that you can:
- Earn a wage while you train
- Learn on the job skills combined with off the job training
- Receive a nationally recognised qualification on successful completion
- Start a valuable step towards a rewarding career path
Regulatory Requirements (Licensing)
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
The engineering industry personnel must comply with general laws that regulate customer, business and employee interaction.
The following will apply during course delivery and assessment:
• Work Health and Safety Act 2020 (WHS Act)
• Work Health and Safety (General) Regulations 2022 (WHS General Regulations)
• Approved codes of practices for WHS
• Equal Employment Opportunity
• Disability Services
• Anti-Discrimination Legislation and Ethical Principles
• Age Discrimination Act 2004
• Disability Discrimination Act 1992
• Racial Discrimination Act 1975
• Sex Discrimination Act 1984
• Employee rights and responsibilities
• Employer Rights and Responsibilities
• Rights and Responsibilities of Clients
• Duty of care
• National Privacy Act - Privacy, confidentiality and disclosure
• Records management
• Insurance requirements
• Complaints management
Wherever knowledge of a specific law, regulation or licensing arrangement is required to effectively perform a job task described in the Unit of Competency, it is covered in
the Knowledge Evidence field of the Assessment Requirements. The Assessment Conditions field requires RTOs to provide current regulatory documents to assist the assessment.
Upon successful completion you will receive a Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Fitting).
We offer a range of further study opportunities, view our course list here(opens in a new tab) .
Study options and how to apply
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Available all year round, 2023
Geraldton - Apprenticeship
An Apprenticeship course is a full-time employment-based training program usually lasting three (3) to four (4) years. It combines on-the-job learning with scheduled training blocks at TAFE. You must have a Training Contract to enrol in an Apprenticeship course.
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|When||Available all year round, 2023|
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