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Welding Introduction

In this introduction to welding course you will have access to gas metal and arc welding (GMAW), manual metal arc welding (MMAW) and oxy welding in a fully equipped workshop.

This course will provide you with practical skills that will allow you to complete basic welding and gas cutting tasks, including training in the safe use of a variety of welding processes and workshop procedures.

This course is not formally assessed. A certificate of participation will be provided on completion.

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WA Shotfirer Permit (Skillset)

On completion of these courses participants will be able to apply to the WA Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) for the WA Shotfirer’s Certificate. You must be employed in the Industry to complete this qualification.

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Underground Supervisors Exam Preparation Course

Successful completion of an examination is one of a number of requirements to gain a Underground Supervisors' Certificate of Competency in Western Australia.

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Structural Drafting And Design

This course is included in the Diploma of Civil Construction Design. Completion of this skillset develops skills and knowledge of CAD/CAE software to produce engineering structural plans, perform material laboratory practicals; estimating and scheduling, and comply with Australian codes and standards.(AS,NCC and BCA)

Upon completion of this course you will receive a statement of attainment, and improve your civil engineering employment opportunities within the drafting, supervisory and technical roles. Improve your Civil Engineering employment options

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S44 - Section 44 Appointed Person Training - Mining

Section 44 Appointed Person Training is designed to assist appointed persons within the Western Australian mining industry to carry out their legal responsibilities.

The Section 44 Appointed Person Training covers:

Mining Law in Western Australia

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Restricted Quarry Managers' Exam Preparation

Successful completion of an examination is one of a number of requirements to gain a Restricted Quarry Manager’s Certificate of Competency in Western Australia.

This course provides key highlights of Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 and Mines Safety Inspection Regulations 1995. Also provided are DMP application forms, exam tips, mock examinations and marking guides. Maximum class size 10 students.

Additional courses can be provided on site at client discretion.

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Quarry Manager Exam Preparation

Successful completion of an Quarry Manager examination is one of a number of requirements to gain a Unrestricted Quarry Manager’s Certificate of Competency in Western Australia.

This course provides key highlights of Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 and Mines Safety Inspection Regulations 1995. Also provided are DMP application forms, exam tips, mock examinations and marking guides.

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Process Plant Operations For Undergraduate Engineers

This course run from South Metropolitan TAFE’s state-of-the-art Australian Centre for Energy and Process Technology (ACEPT) is designed
to give university undergraduate engineers an understanding of process plant operations and exposure to a live plant.

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Pneumatics 2

Learn how the check and repair pneumatic systems.

  • Undertake preventative maintenance checks/adjustments on pneumatic systems
  • Undertake fault finding on pneumatic systems
  • Repair and/or overhaul pneumatic power systems
  • Recommission pneumatic systems

Resources Required

  • Full PPE is Required

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Pneumatics 1

May be credited toward an engineering qualification ie Certificate IV International Fluid Power Society Accreditation (IFPS) - Pneumatic Mechanics

  • Principles
  • Receivers
  • Compressors
  • Valves
  • Actuators
  • Conductors
  • Symbols
  • Circuits

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  • Full PPE is required
  • Fee includes course materials, lunch and refreshments

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