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Certificate II In Engineering

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  • Objectives
    This course is offered as part of a traineeship combining off-the-job training with on-the-job training and practical experience in production/manufacturing. You will learn the knowledge, skills and application required to begin a career as a production worker, or progress your career with recognition of existing skills and acquisition of new skills.
  • Entry requirements
    Before you commence your training, you will need to gain employment as an engineering production trainee, under a training agreement established with your employer and BRIT. Other Entry Requirements There are no other entry requirements.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate II In Engineering
  • Course description
    Key Study Areas      

    While some study areas are mandatory, a training plan is negotiated to include study most appropriate to your traineeship. These may include:

        * Assembly
        * Casting and moulding
        * Fabrication
        * Machine and process operations
        * Surface finishing
        * Drawing and drawing interpretation
        * Installation and commissioning
        * Materials handling
        * Measurement
        * Occupational health and safety
        * Planning
        * Quality
        * Communication
        * Maintenance and diagnostics

    Where    
    • Bendigo (Charleston Road Campus)
    • Castlemaine Campus

    Selection Process    
    • No Selection Process Required

    Employment Opportunities     

    On successfully completing this course you will be eligible for employment in a number of industries, including component manufacturing, general engineering, light engineering, agricultural products, construction, warehousing, and production operations.

    Further Study Options    

    On successfully completing the Certificate II in Engineering, you may choose to apply for enrolment in the  Certificate II in Engineering (Production Systems), Certificate III in Engineering (Trade Streams) or the Diploma of Engineering.

    Assessment    

    You will be assessed as part of this course.

    Typical Course Content     (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
    MEM12.23A     Perform Engineering Measurements
    MEM12.24A     Perform Computations
    MEM13.14A     Apply Principles Of Occupational Health And Safety In The Work Environment
    MEM14.4A       Plan To Undertake A Routine Task
    MEM14.5A       Plan A Complete Activity
    MEM15.24A     Apply Quality Procedures
    MEM15.2A       Apply Quality Systems
    MEM16.6A       Organise And Communicate Information
    MEM16.8A       Interact With Computing Technology
    MEM17.3A       Assist In The Provision Of On The Job Training
    MEM18.1C       Use Hand Tools
    MEM3.1B         Perform Manual Production Assembly
    MEM3.2B         Perform Precision Assembly
    MEM3.3B         Perform Sheet And Plate Assembly
    MEM4.1B         Operate Melting Furnaces
    MEM4.2B         Perform Gravity Die Casting
    MEM4.3B         Operate Pressure Die Casting Machine
    MEM4.4B         Prepare And Mix Sand For Metal Moulding
    MEM4.6B         Operate Sand Moulding And Core Making Machines
    MEM5.1B         Perform Manual Soldering/Desoldering - Electrical/Electronic Components
    MEM5.2B         Perform High Reliability Soldering And Desoldering
    MEM5.3B         Perform Soft Soldering
    MEM8.10B       Manually Finish/Polish Materials
    MEM8.11B       Prepare Surfaces Using Solvents And/Or Mechanical Means
    MEM8.12B       Prepare Surfaces By Abrasive Blasting (Basic)
    MEM8.13B       Prepare Surfaces By Abrasive Blasting (Advanced)
    MEM8.14B       Apply Protective Coatings (Basic)
    MEM8.15B       Apply Protective Coatings (Advanced)
    MEM8.16B       Control Blast Coating By-products, Materials And Emissions
    MEM8.7B         Control Surface Finish Production And Finished Product Quality
    MEM9.2B         Interpret Technical Drawing
    MEM10.12A     Install split air conditioning system
    MEM10.2B       Terminate and connect electrical wiring
    MEM11.10B     Operate Mobile Load Shifting Equipment
    MEM11.11B     Undertake Manual Handling
    MEM11.12B     Purchase Materials
    MEM11.13B     Undertake Warehouse Receival Process
    MEM11.14B     Undertake Warehouse Dispatch Process
    MEM11.16B     Order Materials
    MEM11.17B     Organise And Lead Stocktakes
    MEM11.18B     organise and maintain warehouse stock receival and/or dispatch system
    MEM11.19B     Undertake tool store procedures
    MEM11.21B     Perform advanced operation of load shifting equipment
    MEM11.22B     Operate fixed/moveable load shifting equipment
    MEM11.4B       Undertake Dogging
    MEM11.5B       Pick And Process Order
    MEM11.6B       Perform Production Packaging
    MEM11.7B       Administer Inventory Procedures
    MEM11.8B       Package Materials (Stores And Warehouse)
    MEM12.1B       Use comparison and basic measuring devices
    MEM13.2B       Undertake occupational health and safety activities in the workplace
    MEM13.3B       Work safely with industrial chemicals and materials
    MEM13.4B       Work safely with molten metals/glass
    MEM5.12C       Perform Routine Manual Metal Arc Welding
    MEM5.13C       Perform manual production welding
    MEM5.41B       Weld using powder flame spraying
    MEM5.49B       Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding
    MEM5.4C         perform routine oxy acetylene welding
    MEM5.50B       Perform routine gas metal arc welding
    MEM5.5B         Carry Out Mechanical Cutting
    MEM5.6B         Perform Brazing And/Or Silver Soldering
    MEM5.7C         Perform Manual Heating And Thermal Cutting
    MEM7.30C       Perform metal spinning lathe operations (basic)
    MEM7.32B       Use workshop machines for basic operations

    Recognition of Prior Learning    

    Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.

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