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Engineering

Prepares you for work in mechanical engineering research, design, manufacture operations, and maintenance. These qualifications encompass areas such as fluid power, PLC programming, tuning of multi-loop cascade controls, CAD/CAM, and hydraulic and pneumatic processes.

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National ID State ID Title Qualification level Study mode Campus
MEM40105 W245 Engineering
Certificate IV External mode
Flexible delivery
Online delivery
Kalgoorlie Campus
TAFE18, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000001, Engineering

Are you already working in the engineering industry and looking to further develop your skills?

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required for employment as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Mechanical) - Level II, Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Fabrication) - Level II, Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Electrical/Electronic) - Level II within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries or at equivalent levels in other industries where Engineering Tradespersons work.

The qualification has been specifically developed to be delivered to people who are existing engineering tradespersons or delivered to apprentices in an Engineering Trade who choose to study at a higher level during their apprenticeship. The qualification packaging has been developed on the assumption that competency will be developed through an integrated combination of on and off-the-job learning strategies such as those delivered through a formal apprenticeship.

The qualification may also be achieved through formal skills recognition assessment processes.

You will gain knowledge and skills in:

  • Design
  • Assembly
  • Installation
  • Modification
  • Manufacturing
  • Testing and maintenance.
Our Focus on Flexible Options

Many of our courses offer flexible learning options that provide you with the opportunity to study whenever and wherever suits you.  Flexible options can include online learning, workplace assessment, recognition of prior learning and correspondence type programs that can sometimes be supplemented by block or focussed delivery.

We strive to offer a mix of flexible options that suit your needs.  Typically flexible learning options are open for enrolment all year round, allowing you to start any time and completed within 6 months of your start date.  Choose the right amount of units for you to study at any given time. 

Our Self Paced External courses can be accessed anywhere and anytime, regardless of your geographical location! 

MEM20105-AA50 AA50 Engineering (Heavy Fabrication Pre-Apprenticeship)
Certificate II Face to face (class room)
Pre-Apprenticeship
Geraldton Campus
Kalgoorlie Campus
Engineering, Heavy Fabrication, Pre-Apprenticeship, MEM20105-AA50, AA50

Are you looking for a career making heavy metal objects?

Graduates can continue their studies in a metal fabrication apprenticeship. Metal fabricators and welders work in a diverse trade, applying a broad range of fabrication and welding skills to industries including: mechanical and civil engineering, mining resources sector, heavy haulage and road transport, agriculture machinery, construction, defence, refineries and materials bulk handling. Pre-apprentices are exposed to the latest technological developments in the fabrication and welding trade, including computer controlled metal plate cutting equipment.

MEM40105-WT46 WT46 Engineering (Instrumentation)
Certificate IV Continuous Enrolment
Flexible delivery
Recognition of Prior Learning
Workplace Assessment
Kalgoorlie Campus

Are you already working in the engineering industry and looking to further develop your skills?

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required for employment as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Mechanical)-Level II, Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Fabrication)-Level II, Special Class Engineering Tradesperson (Electrical/Electronic)-Level II within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries or at equivalent levels in other industries where Engineering Tradespersons work.

The qualification has been specifically developed to be delivered to people who are existing engineering tradespersons or delivered to apprentices in an Engineering Trade who choose to study at a higher level during their apprenticeship.  The qualification packaging has been developed on the assumption that competency will be developed through an integrated combination of on and off the job learning strategies such as those delivering through a formal apprenticeship.

Much of this qualification is available for Recognition of Prior Learning.

You will gain knowledge and skills in:

  • design
  • assembly
  • installation
  • modification
  • manufacturing
  • testing and maintenance.
MEM20105-AA48 AA48 Engineering (Mechanical-Plant Mechanic Pre-Apprenticeship)
Half price
Certificate II Face to face (class room)
Kalgoorlie Campus

Are you geared up for a big career working with the big gear?

When you complete the Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical - Plant Mechanic Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll have what employers are looking for in a heavy vehicle or plant mechanic apprentice.

You will have the skills and knowledge to work effectively in the heavy automotive industry, working on loaders, bulldozers, dump trucks and haul trucks, inspecting and servicing transmissions, steering, brakes, fuel injection systems, hydraulics, and batteries, troubleshooting basic faults, and workplace safety and health.

KAB10 Enter and Work in Confined Spaces
Skill set Face to face (class room)
Skill set
Geraldton Campus
MINING, CONFINED SPACE, small spaces, mining entry, tickets
Important Information COVID-19
It was recently announced that WA TAFE colleges in will be pausing training and educational delivery starting Monday 30 March,2020.   Therefore this course is currently not available.  For more information visit https://www.centralregionaltafe.wa.edu.au/marketing/coronavirus-covid-19-update-tafe 

Keep yourself and others safe with this nationally accredited training.

Our training program the entering and working in confined spaces in resources and infrastructure industries.  It includes planning and preparing for entry of confined spaces, entry and working in confined spaces, exiting confined spaces and cleaning up.

This course is suitable for those working in confined spaces (enclosed or partially enclosed) for the purpose of carrying out work or inspections and also is appropriate for those performing sentry or stand-by person roles, at work sites within Civil Construction, Coal Mining, Drilling, Extractive Industries, Metalliferous Mining and General Construction.

You will learn:

  • site and equipment safety requirements
  • confined space entry and exit procedures, risks and regulations
  • air contaminants and toxic gases
  • breathing apparatus limitations
  • equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
  • site isolation and site control responsibilities and authorities
  • materials safety data sheets (MSDS)
  • project quality requirements
  • industry terminology, and
  • state and territory interpretations of a confined space.

 

Course Content

The below nationally recognised unit of competency is included in this course:

RIIWHS202D          Enter and Work in Confined Spaces. 

 

Certification

Upon successful completion you will receive a Statement of Attainment

 

Enrolment & Enquiries

For more information about this course and to enrol:

Contact: Pam Francis | Commercial Training Coordinator - Geraldton Campus

9956 2704 | 1800 672 700

Email: info@crtafe.wa.edu.au

Enquiry Form: Complete the course enquiry form below. 

 

To find out more about studying with us please also refer to our Course Guide and Student Information Pack.

G021P G021P Introduction to Trade Maths
Short Course Face to face (class room)
Kalgoorlie Campus
mathematics, subtraction, addition, trade, engineering, entry, percentage, fundamental, algebra, geometry, G021P

Gain an understanding of basic applied mathematics

The objective of this Trade Maths course is to provide a practical understanding of basic mathematical practices.

This course is designed for students wanting to pursue a career in engineering studies as well as anybody wanting to improve their current mathematical skills. 

Topics covered include:

  • adding, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals and fractions
  • calculate percentage for use in a variety of situations
  • apply fundamental operations related to measurements, and
  • apply some basic algebraic and geometric functions to every day situations.

 

Certification

Upon successful completion students will be issued with a Certificate of Participation

 

Enrolment & Enquiries

For more information about this course and to enrol:

Contact: Tracy Hicks | Commercial Training Coordinator - Kalgoorlie Campus

9088 6830 | 1800 672 700

Email: info@crtafe.wa.edu.au

Enquiry Form: Complete the course enquiry form below

 

To find out more about studying with us please also refer to our Course Guide and Student Information Pack. 

KAA63 Introduction to Welding Skill Set
Skill set Face to face (class room)
Skill set
Geraldton Campus
KAA63, welding, trade, materials, metal, fabrication

Learn the basics of welding. 

Gain the basic skills and knowledge required to cut, weld and bend materials in the resources and infrastructure industries.

Topics covered include:

• plan and prepare to cut, weld and bend materials
• set up and test equipment
• cut materials using oxyacetylene
• cut and weld materials using electric welding equipment
• heat and bend material
• shut down and clean up

 

Course Content

The below nationally recognised unit of competency is included in this course:

RIISAM205D          Cut, weld and bend materials 

 

Certification

Upon successful completion you will receive a Statement of Attainment 

 

Enrolment & Enquiries 

For more information about this course and to enrol:

Contact: Pam Francis | Commercial Training Coordinator - Geraldton Campus
9956 2704 | 1800 672 700 

Email: info@crtafe.wa.edu.au 

Enquiry Form: Complete the course enquiry form below.

 

To find out more about studying with us please also refer to our Course Guide and Student Information Pack

G0031P G0031P Project Management Start to Finish
Short Course Face to face (class room)
Kalgoorlie Campus
project, management, administration, events, pmbok, building, engineering

Designed for people working in projects across any industry including mining, building, engineering, information technology, events, business processes and more!

You will gain a  practical understanding of projects and the application of core tools. You will use templates which can then immediately be used for your own projects. 

Topics covered include:

  • How run a project from start to finish
  • Why some projects work and some fail
  • How to use Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) 
  • Use and understand project management templates.
  • Team roles and responsibilities 

 

Certification

Upon completion of this course students will be issued with a  Certificate of Participation

 

Enrolment & Enquiries

For more information about this course and to enrol:

Contact: Tracy Hicks | Commercial Training Coordinator- Kalgoorlie Campus

9088 6830 | 1800 672 700

Email: info@crtafe.wa.edu.au

Enquiry Form: Complete the course enquiry form below.

 

To find out more about studying with us please also refer to our Course Guide and Student Information Pack.

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