Engineering and Mining
Want to start or progress your career in one of Western Australia’s biggest industries?
Engineering and mining courses at Central Regional TAFE can help you get the skills and knowledge you need to excel in the workplace and access more employment possibilities. Many careers in this field offer exciting opportunities to work in different environments, collaborate with others and progress your career into more senior roles.
Plan Your Pathway
Whatever your goals are, we are here to support you along your journey to success. Whether you are just starting out working towards a career in engineering and mining or are looking to develop your skills and progress your career - we have the training to get you where you want to go.
We offer a broad selection of nationally recognised qualifications up to Diploma across several different areas in the Engineering and Mining industry.
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Our trade workshops and classrooms feature industry-standard equipment, and our team works closely with industry to ensure that training is current and relevant.
Reasons to study in this industry
- This industry provides all the vital infrastructure we depend on.
- Jobs in engineering and mining are highly valued, well paid and plentiful.
- The industry is broad and flexible, and there are many dynamic career pathways
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Are you interested in how engines, machines and large structures are designed and built? Engineering courses at TAFE offer a path to a rewarding career as a fitter, machinist, boilermaker, sheet metal worker or air conditioning mechanic. At Central Regional TAFE you will have access to modern facilities and workshops where you will learn the practical skills to enter the workforce with confidence.
Metal fabricators (boilermakers) and welders build, maintain and repair metal products and structures. If you take a Fabrication Engineering course at TAFE, you will learn the skills and knowledge required to manufacture, assemble and maintain a wide range of equipment and machinery including: mining structures; heavy transport and earth moving equipment; building structures; oil-rigs; agricultural equipment; and storage vessels.
Want to start a career in one of Western Australia’s biggest industries? Gain a nationally recognised qualification through one of the mining courses at TAFE, and open the door to a career working as an operator or manager on mining sites in a range of specialised fields.
At Central Regional TAFE, our campus locations mean mining is one of our key training areas and we deliver first-class industry-relevant training for a range of different mining and engineering specialisations. We are also one of the only training providers to deliver an Advanced Diploma of Metalliferous Mining.
Courses in Resource Processing will help you gain the practical skills and knowledge needed for planning and managing plant shutdowns and systems to prevent incidents and emergencies. You will learn about safety case management, incident response plans, plant documentation and environmental impacts.