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Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade)

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  • Objectives
    This course provides broad-based training in the skills and knowledge required for employment as a mechanical trades person in the Metals and Engineering Industry. Specialist areas include Toolmaking/Computer Numerical Control (CNC), Maintenance and Mechatronics. Includes learning to cut, shape and join metal using highly specialised computer controlled machinery. Apprentices will be introduced to a wide range of engineering concepts and processes.
  • Entry requirements
    Applicants must have a Registered Training Agreement with an employer.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade)
  • Course description
    Course Outline
    Broad-based training is provided in the skills and knowledge required for employment as a mechanical trades person in the Metals and Engineering industry. Specialist areas include Toolmaking/Computer Numerical Control (CNC), Maintenance and Mechatronics.

    Course Content
    Includes learning to cut, shape and join metal using highly specialised computer controlled machinery. Apprentices will be introduced to a wide range of engineering concepts and processes.

    Duration
    3 year part time course (960 hrs); attendance is 1 day per week.

    Location
    Dandenong and Frankston campuses

    Accreditation Status
    Recognised in the Federal Metals Industry Award and relates directly to the C10 classification of
    Engineering Tradesperson Level 1. It is accepted by industry sectors and government.

    Career Opportunities
    The Manufacturing and Engineering area is the largest employment sector in Australia. Over one third of all job vacancies are for trade qualified people. Completion of an apprenticeship opens up another world of highly rewarding opportunities in Technician, Sales and Engineering management careers.

    Further Study
    Certificate IV; Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology courses

    Pre-requisites
    Have a “contract of training” with employer as an apprentice.

    Application Procedure
    Apply direct to Chisholm

    MEM30205 – Level 1 & 2 Competencies
    Module Code

    Module – Level 1
    DANDENONG & FRANKSTON Campus

    MEM12023A Perform Engineering Measurements
    MEM12024A Perform Computations
    MEM12006B Mark Off/Out (General Engineering)
    MEM13014A Apply Principles of OH&S in the Work Environment
    MEM14004A Plan to Undertake a Routine Task
    MEM18001C Use Hand Tools
    MEM18002B Use Power Tools/Hand Held Operations
    MEM07005B Perform General Machining
    MEM07006B Perform Lathe Operations
    MEM09002B Interpret Technical Drawin

    Module – Level 2
    DANDENONG & FRANKSTON Campus

    MEM14005A Plan a complete Activity
    MEM15024A Apply Quality Procedures
    MEM15002A Apply Quality Systems
    MEM16008A Interact with Computing Technologies
    MEM18003C Use Tools for Precision Work
    MEM30012A Apply Math Techniques in a Manufacturing Environment
    MEM5012C Perform Routine Manual Metal Arc Welding
    MEM07021B Perform Complex Lathe Operations
    MEM07007B Perform Million Operations
    MEM07008C Perform Grinding Operations

    Module Name – Mechatronics
    (DANDENONG Campus)

    AUM4702A Program and monitor PLC Robots
    MEM10004B Enter and change programmable controller operational parameters
    MEM10005B Commission programmable controller programs
    MEM18018C Maintain pneumatic system components
    MEM18019B Maintain pneumatic systems
    MEM18020B Maintain hydraulic systems components
    MEM18021B Maintain hydraulic systems
    MEM18022B Maintain fluid power controls
    MEM18023B Modify fluid power system operations
    MEM18053B Modify fluid power control systems

    Module Name – Maintenance
    (FRANKSTON Campus)

    MEM10010B Install pipework & pipework assemblies
    MEM10006B Install machine/plant
    MEM18013B Perform gland packing
    MEM18020B Maintain hydraulic system components
    MEM18055B Dismantle, replace and assemble engineering components
    MEM18005B Perform fault diagnosis, installation and removal of bearings
    MEM18006B Repair and fit engineering components
    MEM18007B Maintain and repair mechanical drives and mechanical transmission assemblies
    MEM18009B Perform levelling and alignment of machines and engineering components

    Module Code Module Name – Toolmaking
    (DANDENONG Campus)

    MEM12003B Perform precision mechanical measurement
    MEM07022C Perform CNC Wire Cut Machines
    MEM09022A Create 2D Code Files Using a CAM System
    MEM16007A Work with others in a Manuf. Engineering or related Env.
    MEM07011B Complex milling operations
    MEM07014B Perform electro-discharge machining operations (EDM)
    MEM07015B Set computer controlled machines/processes
    MEM07016C Set and edit computer controlled machines/processes
    MEM07018C Write basic NC/CNC programs
    MEM07019C Program NC/CNC machining centre
    MEM07028B Operate computer controlled machine/processes
    MEM07009B Perform precision jig boring operations

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