$18,000 divided in up to 12 Installments
Enrolment fee: $100
Material fee: $550
This qualification defines the skills and knowledge required for individuals pursuing a career as an Engineering Tradesperson specialising in metal fabrication. It is applicable to various industries such as metal, engineering, manufacturing, and related sectors.
To obtain this qualification, individuals must complete a Training Contract or undergo a formal trade recognition assessment process..
The skills encompassed in this qualification cover a broad spectrum of fabrication work, including metal fabrication, structural steel erection, sheet metal work, and welding.
The primary aim of this qualification is to provide a recognized industry standard for individuals working as Engineering Tradespersons specialising in fabrication.
Assessment of certain competency units requires candidates to demonstrate their performance in an operational workplace environment that offers a diverse range of suitable tasks and materials to address the scope of these units. The outcomes of the assessment should reflect the expected level of performance for the job.
At the time of publication, no specific licensing, legislative, or certification requirements are associated with this qualification. However, it is important to note that in some jurisdictions, certain units within this qualification may relate to licensing or regulatory obligations. Therefore, local regulations should be consulted and adhered to accordingly
The students of the MEM31922 Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade are required to attend 1 day per week for 114 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 working in industry while they study.
Total duration for MEM31922 – Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade is 1880 hours + workplace hours of approximately 2700 hours over 114 weeks as follows:
• 94 weeks delivery and assessment
• 940 hours scheduled mandatory face-to-face classes
(10 hours per week during term time: theory, tutorial, assessment, practical – classroom and simulated Boilermaker & welder environment)
• 564 hours online learning
(6 hours per week during term time)
• 376 hours self-paced learning and building Third Party Evidence Folder
(4 hours per week during term time)
• 2700 hours approximately of workplace evidence
(24 hours per week during term time and breaks additional to scheduled hours)
• 20 weeks break + 94 weeks training
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 in order to achieve competency. If the student applies for RPL or Credit Transfer, the volume of learning may be reduced.
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After successfully completing this course, you will be able to: