If you want a career in metals, you’re in the right place!
This is your qualification if you want to sample the basics and learn the skills which lead to being a boilermaker, metal fabricator, metal machinist, welder or mechanical fitter. We have Certificate I and II Engineering qualifications that set you on the path to an apprenticeship and you’ll get credit for the competencies you achieve, effectively getting a jump start in your trade studies. Aligned roles include boilermaker, metal fabricator, welder, first class welder, fitter and machinist, mechanical fitter.
At ATC we offer the following Engineering Certificates.
MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering
This qualification is designed to provide an industry recognised skills profile related to production work as an Engineering / Manufacturing Employee. This qualification is offered as a pre-apprentice program and is available as a traineeship. To do 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 is your ticket to becoming a boilermaker or metal fabricator. Your engineering trade qualification puts you in one of the most in-demand qualifications. You will develop fantastic skills in metals including welding, fabrication, forging, moulding, oxy welding, arc welding, oxy cutting and hand and power tool use. Aligned roles include boilermaker and 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. It has been specifically developed to meet the needs of apprentices in the above trade.
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.