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Metal Fabrication

Welding - TIG, MIG & Stick

State ID: MAA66-68

Description

These three separate short courses are suited to people who are in industry or have completed (or in the process of completing) an apprenticeship in the fabrication industry and are required to have skills in welding to a specific standard.

Certification

On successful completion of this course, students will receive a statement of attainment for the following nationally accredited units, depending on which course is chosen.

Entrance Requirements

Fees and charges

Important information

How to apply

Entrance Requirements

This course has basic equipment and/or PPE requirements (Located under Important Information)

Fees and charges

TIG
Non-Concession: $88.50
Concession: $47.46
Commercial / International: $197.94
MIG
Non-Concession: $88.50
Concession: $47.46
Commercial / International: $197.94
Stick
Non-Concession: $83.50
Concession: $42.46
Commercial / International: $192.94

School age students
Students who would normally be attending year 12 or below in the current calendar year will be eligible to enrol at the commercial / international rate for this course.

International students
This courses isn’t available to Visa 500 International Students.
For information on international courses, please follow this link to the TAFE International WA website
www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au/courses
Other visa holder students
All other visa holders (i.e 457, 300, 485, 489, 496) contact either South West or Great Southern Campuses to confirm your eligibility;
South West Campuses    studentservices@srtafe.wa.edu.au    0417 937 894
Great Southern Campuses    studentsupport@srtafe.wa.edu.au    1800 675 781

Important information

In order to comply with safety requirements, students are required to attend all classes wearing:

  •     Long work trousers (cotton or denim)
  •     Long sleeved work shirt (cotton or denim)
  •     Steel capped work boots
  •     Students must supply a welding shield (helmet) compliant with Australian Standards equipped with a number 11 shade lens or an auto shade helmet
  •     Clear safety glasses
  •     Welding gloves are required for the Stick and MIG welding classes; specific TIG welding gloves are required for TIG

All equipment can be purchased through any supplier of protective equipment.

How to apply

Please complete the Course enquiry form below to receive enrolment information.

Delivery location, important dates and study options

Bunbury Campus

MIG Welding (MEM05050B Perform Routine Gas Metal Arc Welding )
or
Stick Welding (MEM05012C Perform Routine Manual Metal Arc Welding)
Date: Register Your Interest
Time: To Be Advised
Duration: To Be Advised

TIG Welding (MEM05049B Perform Routine Gas Tungsten Welding) 
Date: Register Your Interest
Time: To Be Advised
Duration: To Be Advised

Course enquiry

Please note: This form is only for course enquiries. If you would like to apply or require further application information, please visit our Apply and Enrol page.

Welding - General

State ID: MAB26

Description

This course covers the process of using a welding machine and the difference between MIG & Stick welding.

It is a great place to start if you have not done a lot of welding or have done a small amount and want to learn more.

Suited to beginners, hobby welders, home handy man and trades assistants wanting to up skill.

Certification

On successful completion of this course, students will receive a statement of attainment for the following nationally accredited units.

    MEMPE002A Use Electric Welding Machines

Entrance Requirements

Fees and charges

Important information

How to apply

Entrance Requirements

This course has basic equipment and/or PPE requirements (Located under Important Information)

Fees and charges

Non-Concession: $310.80
Concession: $194.45
Commercial / International: $466.55

School age students
Students who would normally be attending year 12 or below in the current calendar year will be eligible to enrol at the commercial / international rate for this course.

International students
This courses isn’t available to Visa 500 International Students.
For information on international courses, please follow this link to the TAFE International WA website
www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au/courses
Other visa holder students
All other visa holders (i.e 457, 300, 485, 489, 496) contact either South West or Great Southern Campuses to confirm your eligibility;
South West Campuses    studentservices@srtafe.wa.edu.au    0417 937 894
Great Southern Campuses    studentsupport@srtafe.wa.edu.au    1800 675 781

Important information

 

In order to comply with safety requirements, students are required to attend all classes wearing:

  •     Long work trousers (cotton or denim)
  •     Long sleeved work shirt (cotton or denim)
  •     Steel capped work boots
  •     Students must supply a welding shield (helmet) compliant with Australian Standards equipped with a number 11 shade lens or an auto shade helmet
  •     Clear safety glasses
  •     Welding gloves

All equipment can be purchased through any supplier of protective equipment.

How to apply

Please complete the Course enquiry form below to receive enrolment information.

Delivery location, important dates and study options

Albany Campus
Date: Register Your Interest
Time: To Be Advised
Duration: 5 weeks (Tues and Wed nights)
Bunbury Campus
Date: 22 October to 6 November 2019
Time: 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Duration: 3 weeks (Tues and Wed nights)

Course enquiry

Please note: This form is only for course enquiries. If you would like to apply or require further application information, please visit our Apply and Enrol page.

2D AutoCAD Drafting

State ID: MAA43

Description

This course is suitable for learners who would like to gain basic 2D drafting skills using the AutoCAD software package.
Topics covered:

    AutoCAD interface and start a new drawing
    AutoCAD drawing tools and modify commands
    Precision drawing
    Working with layers
    World and User Coordinate Systems
    Hatch, text and tables
    Blocks/external references
    Working with dimensions
    Printing

Entrance Requirements

Fees and charges

How to apply

Entrance Requirements

No minimum requirements

Fees and charges

Non Concession: $222.65
Concession: N/A
Commercial / International: $346.55

School age students
Students who would normally be attending year 12 or below in the current calendar year will be eligible to enrol at the commercial / international rate for this course.

International students
This courses isn’t available to Visa 500 International Students.
For information on international courses, please follow this link to the TAFE International WA website
www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au/courses
Other visa holder students
All other visa holders (i.e 457, 300, 485, 489, 496) contact either South West or Great Southern Campuses to confirm your eligibility;
South West Campuses    studentservices@srtafe.wa.edu.au    0417 937 894
Great Southern Campuses    studentsupport@srtafe.wa.edu.au    1800 675 781

How to apply

Please complete the Course enquiry form below to receive enrolment information.

Delivery location, important dates and study options

Albany Campus
 Date: Register Your Interest
Time: To Be Advised
Duration: 10 Sessions
Bunbury Campus
 Date: Register Your Interest
Time: To Be Advised
Duration: 10 evenings

Course enquiry

Please note: This form is only for course enquiries. If you would like to apply or require further application information, please visit our Apply and Enrol page.

Forklift

State ID: MAA82

Description

This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to operate a forklift truck safely.
Participants will learn how to operate a forklift truck by planning the work, conducting routine checks on a forklift truck, shifting loads in a safe manner and safely shut down and secure equipment after completing operations.

Industry licensing information

Entrance Requirements

Fees and charges

Prerequisites

Important information

How to apply

Entrance Requirements

This course has basic equipment and/or PPE requirements (located under Important Information)

Minimum age of 18 years

Fees and charges

Non concession: $245.20
Concession: $108.80
Commercial / International: $423.20

School age students
Students who would normally be attending year 12 or below in the current calendar year will be eligible to enrol at the commercial / international rate for this course.

International students
This courses isn’t available to Visa 500 International Students.
For information on international courses, please follow this link to the TAFE International WA website
www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au/courses


Other visa holder students
All other visa holders (i.e 457, 300, 485, 489, 496) contact either South West or Great Southern Campuses to confirm your eligibility;
South West Campuses    studentservices@srtafe.wa.edu.au    0417 937 894
Great Southern Campuses    studentsupport@srtafe.wa.edu.au    1800 675 781

Prerequisites

Participants must be a minimum of 18 years of age on the date of assessment.

You must have sound literacy and numeracy skills

(If you have language, numeracy or literacy concerns please discuss them with us PRIOR to the course commencing)

 

Important information

What to wear (PPE)

For the practical assessment all participants are required to wear appropriate work wear:

  • long trousers
  • wet weather gear, if required
  • steel capped boots

Lodging a High Risk Work Licence Application:

On the successful completion of this course, YOU must send the high risk work licence application form to WorkSafe within 2 months of your assessment.

Failure to send your application to Worksafe within the 2 months will mean you have to be reassessed at an additional cost.

This application must include:

Completed ‘WorkSafe WA Application for a Licence to Perform High Risk Work’ form

2 copies of identification (primary & secondary)

2 passport sized photos attached to the form

A copy of your statement of attainment

Notice of Assessment given to you by the assessor on successful completion of your assessment and payment for licence fee.

How to apply

Please complete the Course enquiry form below to receive enrolment information.

Delivery location, important dates and study options

Albany Campus
Date: Register your interest
Time: To be advised
Duration: 2 days
Bunbury Campus
Date: 24 - 25 October 2019
Time: 8.30am - 4.30pm
Duration: 2 days
Esperance Campus (in Ravensthorpe)
Date: Register your interest
Time: To be advised
Duration: 2 days
Katanning Campus
Date: 21 & 22 October 2019
Time: 8.30am - 4.30pm
Duration: 2 days
Manjimup Campus
Date: 5 - 6 December 2019
Time: 8.30am - 4.30pm
Duration: 2 days
Margaret River Campus
Date: 7 & 8 October 2019
           7 & 8 November 2019
           2 & 3 December 2019
Time: 9.00am - 4.30pm
Duration: 2 days
 

Course enquiry

Please note: This form is only for course enquiries. If you would like to apply or require further application information, please visit our Apply and Enrol page.

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National ID State ID Title Qualification level Campus
52824WA BCY47 Building and Construction (Pathway - Trades) Certificate II Albany
Bunbury

When you complete this course you will be ready for a career in the ccarpentry and joinery trade. You will have the skills and knowledge to apply basic carpentry and joinery techniques.

Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

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Bunbury

This is a pre-vocational course for learners seeking a career in a construction trade. The first stage of the course is common to 11 construction trades and provides an introduction to the industry, its culture, occupations, job roles and workplace expectations.

The units of competency cover essential occupational health and safety requirements, the industrial and work organisation structure, communication skills, work planning, and basic use of tools and materials. Learners are able to consider the 11 trades during the initial stage and while attending work experience.

This course is Competitive and further Entrance Requirements may apply.

Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

MSF31113 J739 Cabinet Making Certificate III Albany
Bunbury

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Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

CPC32011 D409 Carpentry and Joinery Certificate III Albany
Bunbury
Esperance

Do you want to build a strong career from the ground up?

When you complete the Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery you will be ready for a career as a domestic or commercial carpenter. You will gain the knowledge and skills to carry out a range of building and construction tasks; use basic carpentry tools, power tools, carpentry materials; construct a pitched roof, ceiling frame, wooden flooring; interpret plans; and apply work health and safety requirements. The Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery is an apprenticeship: you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.

Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

MSF20313 J727 Furniture Making Certificate II Bunbury

This qualification describes the skills and knowledge required to perform the manufacture of free-standing furniture or built-in cabinets, and provide on-site assistance in the installation of furniture or cabinets involving known routines and procedures and some accountability for the quality of outcomes.

It reflects vocational outcomes for those performing assistant cabinet maker, assistant installer of built-in cabinets, and production operator within a cabinet making enterprise. Cabinets include free-standing and built-in furniture or fitted cabinets, such as those used in kitchens and bathrooms. Skills are also included that cover assisting in the installation or renovation of kitchens and bathrooms and other fitted cabinets, which involves collaboration with others through members of a group or team. This qualification does not cover shopfitting.

Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

MSF20313-AA45 AA45 Furniture Making (Cabinet Making/Furniture Making Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Bunbury

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Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

MAA81 Work Safely at Heights Short Course Albany
Bunbury
Esperance
Katanning
Manjimup
Narrogin

Description

This course identifies the risks associated with working at heights. Participants will be introduced to safe work practices, regulations and industry codes designed to contain height related work risks.
This course is for anyone who is required to work at height either on a personal or professional level, and who could be at risk of injury as a result of this work.
The course covers:
    Identify work requirements
    Identify work procedures and instructions
    Access and install equipment
    Perform work at heights
    Clean up work area

Certification

On successful completion of this course, students will receive a statement of attainment for the following nationally accredited units:

    RIIWHS204D Work Safely at Heights

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