Are you looking for a career in the metals industry?
At ATC we offer Certificate II and III Engineering qualifications that will set you on the path to the industry. If you are looking for a career in boiler making, metal fabrication, welding, first class welding, fitter and machinist or mechanical fitting our qualifications will give you the skills and knowledge to work in this industry.
What is involved in this industry?
As an apprentice, trainee or pre-apprentice in this career, you will learn the skills which will lead you to a life-time full of career options.
The qualifications that we offer will provide you with industry recognised skills and knowledge that will help you in the metals industry. You will learn measuring and calculating, how to use tools, technical drawing, welding, fabrications and many other skills that is required for employment as an Engineering tradesperson.
What qualifications do we offer?
MEM20105 – Certificate II in Engineering
This qualification is designed to give students exposure, skills and knowledge to work as an Engineer/Manufacturing Employee. This course will give you the mandatory skills to operate tools, equipment, make and assemble components, measure tools, read and interpret engineering drawings and work safely on an engineering site.
This qualification is offered as a pre-apprentice program and is available as a traineeship.
To commence this qualification as a traineeship, you must be employed as a trainee to enrol, and participate either full or part time, or while you are still at school.
MEM30305 – Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication – Heavy and Light)
This qualification provides the competencies to become a boilermaker or metal fabricator. This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required for employment as an Engineering Tradesperson – Fabrication within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries or other industries where Engineering Tradespersons – Fabrication work.
To enrol into this qualification, you must be employed as an apprentice.
The qualification may also be achieved through formal skills recognition assessment processes.