As a Government owned TAFE, The Gordon can provide exemptions to certain funding eligibility criteria. This gives you access to more courses at the Government funded rate.

MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade ~

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IntakeCampusAttendanceDurationApprenticeshipTraineeship
2020 OngoingEast Geelong CampusClassroom Day Part-time: Up to 4 yrs
2021 OngoingEast Geelong CampusClassroom Day Part-time: Up to 4 yrs

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Course Description

If you are looking to start a career in a fabrication trade, this qualification is designed and delivered for apprentices working in steel and metal industries and gives you comprehensive skills and knowledge in a specific area of engineering production.

You will learn practical and theoretical training in computer use in relation to engineering work, hand and power tools, engineering science, fabrication techniques, quality concepts, interpreting drawings and specifications, structural fabrication, setting up and operating welding equipment, and the development of cylinders, conical sections and transition pieces.

You can enhance your trade welding skills and certification or consider furthering your theoretical and practical studies in MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical.

Government funding is only available for this course if you have a current apprentice or trainee training contract and meet all eligibility criteria. 

Work placement/industry experience

How often do I attend?

Apprenticeship: as arranged with employer
Attendance is required on-campus over 12 two-day blocks of study each year.

Possible Career Outcomes

  • Fabricator
  • Welder

~ This course is in transition. The course code, title, units and content may change in future. Further information will be provided on The Gordon website, upon enrolment and/or during the course of your training.

Course Description

Course Description

If you are looking to start a career in a fabrication trade, this qualification is designed and delivered for apprentices working in steel and metal industries and gives you comprehensive skills and knowledge in a specific area of engineering production.

You will learn practical and theoretical training in computer use in relation to engineering work, hand and power tools, engineering science, fabrication techniques, quality concepts, interpreting drawings and specifications, structural fabrication, setting up and operating welding equipment, and the development of cylinders, conical sections and transition pieces.

You can enhance your trade welding skills and certification or consider furthering your theoretical and practical studies in MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical.

Government funding is only available for this course if you have a current apprentice or trainee training contract and meet all eligibility criteria. 

Work placement/industry experience

Work placement/industry experience

How often do I attend?

How often do I attend?

Apprenticeship: as arranged with employer
Attendance is required on-campus over 12 two-day blocks of study each year.

Possible Career Outcomes

  • Fabricator
  • Welder

~ This course is in transition. The course code, title, units and content may change in future. Further information will be provided on The Gordon website, upon enrolment and/or during the course of your training.

Changes to delivery due to COVID-19

The Gordon is utilising Gordon Online, our digital learning management system to ensure students continue to learn and reach their study goals during isolation. Classes are being delivered live (in real-time) using audio-visual delivery methods. Where on-campus attendance is required to complete practical learning and assessments, student numbers are being managed to ensure social distancing can be observed. Find out more about delivery changes here.

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How do I Apply

  1. Apply online
  2. Satisfy selection process (if applicable)
  3. Accept offer
  4. Enrol and pay
  5. Commence Study

Apprenticeship and Traineeship applicants

To become an apprentice or trainee, you will first need to find an employer willing to employ you. An Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Provider can assist you with this, and will also start your application and enrolment process. Find a local provider here

Find out what services The Gordon provides for our students see Student Services.

You may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning credit! Find out more about RPL here.

Date published: 19/10/2020 4:01:02 PM

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