Certificate II in Engineering Studies

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  • Objectives
    This course provides pre-employment training for apprenticeships and traineeships in the engineering industry, as well as assisting entry into the wider manufacturing industry.
  • Entry requirements
    Year 9 (or equivalent) literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Academic title
    Certificate II in Engineering Studies
  • Course description
    Key Study Areas      

    Key study areas include:

        * Occupational health and safety
        * Hand and power tools
        * Machining processes
        * Fabrication techniques
        * Electrotechnology principles
        * Computer applications in engineering
        * Engineering drawing
        * Engineering computations
        * Planning
        * Materials handling

    • Bendigo (Charleston Road Campus)
    • Castlemaine Campus

    Selection Process    
    • Individual Interview

    Employment Opportunities     

    On successfully completing this course you will be able to seek employment as an apprentice or trainee in the following areas:

        * Metal fabrication/welding
        * Mechanical engineering
        * Electrical
        * Refrigeration
        * Foundry work (moulding/pattern making)
        * Aircraft industry
        * Manufacturing

    Further Study Options     

    On successfully completing this course you may undertake a work-based engineering apprenticeship or traineeship leading into a range of careers as an engineering tradesperson, or apply for enrolment directly into a range of Certificate II or Certificate III courses in engineering and manufacturing.


    You will be assessed as part of this course.

    Typical Course Content     (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
    MEM1.2FA        Apply Principles Of Occupational Health & Safety In Work Environment
    MEM18.1AB     Use Hand Tools
    MEM18.2AA     Use Power Tools/Hand Held Operations
    VBN768           Develop An Individual Career Plan For The Engineering Industry
    VBN769           Perform Basic Machining Processes
    VBN770           Apply Basic Fabrication Techniques
    VBN771           Apply Electrotechnology Principles In An Engineering Work Environment
    VBN772           Use Computers For Engineering Related Work Activities
    VBN773           Produce Basic Engineering Sketches And Drawings
    VBN774           Perform Basic Computational Principles In Engineering Work Activities
    VBN776           Use Basic Engineering Concepts To Plan The Manufacture Of Engineering                                        Components
    VBN777           Handle Engineering Materials
    VBN778           Produce Basic Engineering Components And Products Using Fabrication And                                    Machining
    VBN779           Perform Cutting, Grinding And Turning Operations
    VBN780           Form Bend And Shape Engineering Materials
    VBN782           Perform Basic Welding And Thermal Cutting Processes To Fabricate Engineering                                Sturctures

    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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