MEM30319 Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade

MEM30319 Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade

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Tuition fee(Fee-for-Service): 

$18,000 divided in up to 12 Installments

Enrolment fee: $100

Material fee: $550

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This qualification defines the skills and knowledge required of an engineering tradesperson -fabrication within metal, engineering, manufacturing, and associated industries. The qualification has been specifically developed to meet the needs of apprentices in the above trade.

The skills associated with this qualification are intended to apply to a wide range of fabrication work, including undertaking metal fabrication, structural steel erection, sheet metal work, welding, blacksmithing and surface finishing.

The students of the MEM30319 Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade are required to attend 1 day per week for 112 weeks. During one day per week (from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm) the classroom-based learning and simulated/practical assessments must take place. The students are also required to complete Workplace Learning Component hours.

The volume of learning allocated to a qualification will vary depending on the level of the qualification and the experience and competency of the student. Students must complete the allocated hours for the qualification they are undertaking to achieve competency. If the student applies for RPL or Credit Transfer, the volume of learning may be reduced. The hours that make up the volume of learning for MEM30319 Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade are:

  • MEM16006, Organise and communicate information

    MEM18001, Use hand tools

    UMEM12023, Perform engineering measurements

    MEM12024, Perform computations

    MEM18002, Use power tools/hand held operations

    MSMENV272, Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

    MEM13015, Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering

    MEM05004, Perform routine oxy fuel gas welding

    MEM11011, Undertake manual handling

    MEM05052, Apply safe welding practices

    MEM05007, Perform manual heating and thermal cutting

    MEM05051, Select welding processes

    MEM09002, Interpret technical drawing

    MEM05012, Perform routine manual metal arc welding

    MEM05015, Weld using manual metal arc welding process

    MEM05019, Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process

    MEM05017, Weld using gas metal arc welding process

    MEM05049, Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding

    MEM05050, Perform routine gas metal arc welding

    MEM05018, Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc welding process

    MEM16008, Interact with computing technology

    MEM14006, Plan work activities

    MEM05037, Perform geometric development

    MEM05010, Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques

    MEM05011, Assemble fabricated components

    MEM08010, Manually finish/polish materials

    MEM12007, Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes

    MEM17003, Assist in the provision of on-the-job training

     

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After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify standard operating procedures (SOPs) and safe work practices, identify, avoid, or control hazards. Report hazards, incidents, injuries and other work health and safety (WHS) non-conformances following SOPs, and obtain skills in identifying and responding to contingencies, including equipment breakdowns, non-conforming components, safety hazards Inspect and test to verify whether an electrical installation is safe and complies with all requirements.
  • Interpret specifications from drawings, sketches and verbal or written job instructions for welding using manual metal arc welding process to the specified standard, selecting appropriate weld and joint preparation methods, consistently weld a range of materials to the specified standard or equivalent using AC or DC welding machines and electrodes while preventing distortion.
  • Perform geometric development. This includes marking and establishing datum points, calculating allowances for fabrication and assembly, selecting, and using parallel line, radial line and triangulation development methods with minimum material wastage and accurate dimensions.
  • Cleaning and preparing metals and the role of contaminants in welding flaws, while understanding safe welding practices, procedures and use of personal protective equipment, understanding basic metallurgy principles associated with alloys, grades, and purposes of various metals.
  • Manually finish and polish materials, selecting appropriate finishing process, media and equipment to manually finish metal and plastic materials while installing and setting up grinding and polishing devices and equipment.
Applicants must:

  • Have minimum language, literacy, and numeracy skills.
  • Year 12 high school level completed or equivalent.
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