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Certificate III in Marine Mechanics

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  • Objectives
    This is a fully accredited course for new employees entering the Marine industry or current employees wishing to gain a formal qualification for their existing skills. This is a competency based apprenticeship course that is delivered as a combination of formal off the job training at Chisholm and on the job work experience and informal training in the workplace.
  • Entry requirements
    Applicants must have a Registered Training Agreement with an employer.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate III in Marine Mechanics
  • Course description
    Apprenticeships are normally a four year package that consists of employment and training. An apprentice attends Trade School for up to three years on a part time basis but also receives training on-the-job. There are special government subsidies and rates of pay and conditions for

    Apprentices must be fifteen years of age or over and must have a registered/licensed employee who has agreed to employ them as an apprentice. Apprenticeships are for new employees or employees that have been employed for less than three months on a full time basis or 12 months on a part time basis.

    This is a fully accredited course for new employees entering the Marine industry or current employees wishing to gain a formal qualification for their existing skills. This is a competency based assessment course that is primarily delivered in the workplace. This course is offered at Frankston campus and will take up to three year of part time study, day and block release (approx. 985 hours) to complete.

    There are no formal requirements for entry into this course other than to have entered into a ‘Contract of Training’ with your employer and be employed as an apprentice.

    Marine Mechanic

    Frankston Campus

    Compulsory Units (3 required)
    AURC270103A Apply safe working practices
    AURT270278A Maintain/Tool Equipment
    AURT200108A Maintenance Operations
    AURT201170A Inspect/Service Engine Systems
    AURT271781A Imp/Monitor Environment Regs
    AURE320031A Install Marine Electrical
    AURE321831A Install Marine Electronic Systems/Components
    AURR207670A Service Marine Transmission O/Bord/Stern
    AURR207770A Service Marine Transmission Inboard
    AURR214170A Service Jet Drive Propulsion System
    AURR313670A Service Inboard Propeller Drive System
    AURE218676A Test/Service Charge Battery
    AURR346108A Carry out Hull Repair
    AURT202166A Repair Cooling Systems
    AURC270789A Communicate Effect. In The Workplace
    AURT203170A Service Petrol Fuel Systems
    AURT237271A Service and Repair Trailers
    MEM 5.7AB Perform Manual Heating and Thermal Cutting
    MEM 5.4AB Perform Routine Oxy Acetylene Welding
    AURE218708A Carry Out Repairs Single Elect Circ
    AURE320066A Diagnose & Repair Marine Electrical System/Comp
    AURE319166A Repair Charging Systems
    AURE319266A Repair Starting Systems
    AURR307684A Repair Marine Trans O/Board & Stern Drive
    AURE320666A Repair Ignition Systems
    AURE321171A Service/Repair Electronic Engine Man.
    AURT203670A Service Diesel Fuel Injection Systems
    AURT306170A Inspect, Service/Repair Clutch
    AURR314131A Install Jet Drive Propulsion System
    AURT301166A Repair Engine and Systems
    AURR346131A Install Marine Engine/Controls/Instruments
    AURR307784A Diagnose & Repair Marine Trans Inboard
    AURT303166A Repair Petrol Fuel Systems
    AURR346749A Prepare (winterise) Engine Systems
    AURR346335A Launch and Recover Vessel from Trailer
    AURR346519A Inspect Drive and Manoeuvre Motor Driven Vessels
    AURR346542A Moor Vessel
    AURT366108A Carry out Diagnostic Procedures
    AURT305671A Inspect & Repair Engine Forced Induction
    AURV281408A Carry Out (TIG) Welding Procedures

    • A bookshop to cater for all your textbook and stationery needs
    • Car parking on campus
    • On campus canteen that is open in the evening during school terms

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