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Fremantle

Situated in the bustling port city of Fremantle, this campus features comprehensive training facilities and state-of-the-art equipment for specialised courses across maritime, engineering and marine industry areas. 
Fremantle campus boasts unrivalled facilities including an advanced ship simulator training suite, a fleet of eight training vessels, biological and computing laboratories, engineering and seamanship workshops and an aquaculture hatchery. 

The world-class simulator technology featured at Fremantle campus assists in training future shipmasters, officers and engineers. The simulator technology features advanced mathematical modelling and shipping databases and the hardware replicates the current equipment installed on seagoing ships.
Fremantle campus also features tourist/charter boats, work boats, ferries and dive boats for marine studies and fishing operations training within the commercial fishing industry.
 

Facilities

Fremantle campus features a library for the use of students on campus.

The library provides:

  • A large and diverse resource collection of books, magazines and DVDs, both physical and online
  • Assistance with researching for information and answers to reference enquiries
  • Information sessions on library and information services, supported with published and online information guides
  • Assistance with study, referencing and learning skills
  • Networked and wireless computer areas
  • Access to electronic information such as internet and databases

Location
A Block 

Opening hours
Monday to Friday - 8am to 4pm

Visit the library website 

There is no cafeteria on campus. There is a multitude of food and beverage options are available in nearby Fremantle shopping precinct, or bring your own food to prepare in the student kitchenette.  

Vending machines are available for drinks and snacks.

Smart Travel
We recommend all visitors to campuses take advantage of our Smart Travel information to ease congestion on and around our campuses.  

Parking 
Student parking is available in designated areas. A parking permit is required and can be obtained from Customer Service. If you park out of marked areas or don’t have a permit you risk a fine from the City of Fremantle Rangers.   

Public transport
Fremantle campus is accessible via a five-minute walk to Fremantle station and bus terminus. Visit Transperth's Journey Planner, using South Metropolitan TAFE Fremantle campus as a landmark to plan your trip or collect a timetable from the Customer Service Centre on campus.

Students enjoy free WiFi at all SM TAFE campuses. 

Visit the Login to the eCampus page.

Location

Address
1 Fleet St, Fremantle WA 6160
T: 1800 001 001
E: info@smtafe.wa.edu.au

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Fremantle

Address

1 Fleet Street
Fremantle WA 6160
Australia

Courses at this campus

Use the filter below to view courses at Fremantle campus.

* Please note that eligibility requirements apply to some of the free training.
National ID: S0088P
State ID: S0088P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

AMPA Coxswain External

This course is for seafarers who have gained the qualification to coxswain on commercial vessels up to 12 metres long and need to complete your AMPA assessment to gain a Certificate of Competency from AMSA.

Delivered at:


After completing a Coxswain External course an AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA) will need to be completed to gain a Certificate of Competency from AMSA. To qualify to enrol in this course you must have completed the Coxswain course.

The National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) Part D—Crew Competencies requires that a seafarer pass this final assessment prior to the issue of a certificate of competency.  The AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA) is the practical assessment of your operational skills and knowledge, and knowledge of Australian maritime legislation. 

Refer to the following information for the AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA)

Short course
National ID: S0090P
State ID: S0090P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

AMPA MEDII External

This course is for seafarers who have gained the qualification to be a chief marine engineer or second marine engineer and need to complete your AMPA assessment to gain a Certificate of Competency from AMSA.

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After completing the MEDII External course an AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA) will need to be completed to gain a Certificate of Competency from AMSA. To qualify to enrol in this course you must have completed the MEDII course.

The National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) Part D—Crew Competencies requires that a seafarer pass a final AMPA assessment prior to the issue of a certificate of competency. The AMPA is a practical assessment of o the appropriate operational skills and knowledge, and knowledge of Australian maritime legislation.

Refer to the following information for the AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA)(opens in a new tab)

This course is delivered over one and a half days.

Short course
National ID: S0177P
State ID: S0177P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

AMPA Master Under 24m External

This course is for seafarers who have gained the qualification to master on commercial vessels up to 24 metres long and need to complete your AMPA assessment to gain a Certificate of Competency from AMSA.

Delivered at:


After completing a Master Under 24 metre course an AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA) will need to be completed to gain a Certificate of Competency from AMSA. To qualify to enrol in this course you must have completed the Master Under 24 Metre course.

The National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) Part D—Crew Competencies requires that a seafarer pass a final assessment prior to the issue of a certificate of competency. 

The AMPA is the practical assessment of the appropriate operational skills and knowledge, and knowledge of Australian maritime legislation. 

Refer to the following information for the AMSA Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA)(opens in a new tab) .  

Short course
National ID: S0159P
State ID: S0159P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Advanced Training for Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations

Advanced training in chemical and oil tanker operations for Masters, Chief Engineering and Chief Mates. Provides you with skills and knowledge to meet the relevant AMSA requirements. 

Delivered at:


This advanced training course is for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet the relevant AMSA requirements for:

  • STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 3, Table A-V/1-1-3 
  • STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2.

This course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Advanced Training for Chemical Tanker Operations  meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 3, Table A-V/1-1-3
Short course
National ID: S0204P
State ID: S0204P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Advanced Training for Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations

Advanced training in liquified gas tanker cargo operations for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates. Provides you with the skills and knowledge to meet relevant AMSA requirements.

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This course is for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates and provides you with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements for STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 2, Table A-V/1-2-1.

his course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Advanced Training for Liquefied Gas Tanker Cargo Operations (AMSA approved), meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 2, Table A-V/1-2-1
Short course
National ID: S0024P
State ID: S0024P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Cargo Operations

Meet the AMSA requirements of requirements of STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2 for Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Cargo Operations.

Delivered at:


This course is for Masters, Chief Engineers and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements for Table A-V/1-1-3 and STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2.

This course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course: 

  • Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Operations meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 2 Table A-V/1-1-2 
Short course
State ID: GAC57
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Apply Medical First Aid on Board Ship skill set

Lend a helping hand. Gain the skills to be able to react appropriately in an emergency situation, where a casualty has been injured at sea, or is acutely ill.

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This course provides the candidate with the skills and knowledge to be able to react appropriately in an emergency situation, where a casualty has been injured at sea, or is acutely ill. To use those items of first aid equipment found in ships medical outfits, which are not included in the standard first aid kit. 

This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved.

Gain these skills

  • Responsibilities of the first aider
  • Respiratory and circulatory systems
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Poisons, signs and symptoms
  • Hypothermia, frostbite, heat exhaustion, heat stroke
  • Explosion injuries
  • Personal hygiene
  • Ships Captain Medical Guide, IMO Publications,
  • Marine Orders Part 10, Admiralty List of Radio Signals
  • International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code)
  • Cargo and cargo handling - dangerous goods

Dates

4 to 6 July

Skill set
National ID: SFI20119
State ID: BEI8
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
Half price^

Certificate II in Aquaculture

Learn the core skills and knowledge in this introduction to the aquaculture industry. 

Delivered at:


Are you looking to join a school of fish lovers?

This qualification is the crucial first step towards an exciting career in aquaculture. This course provides students with a range of core skills and knowledge relevant to working in the aquaculture industry. Graduates go on to further studies or working in a range on environments including onshore aquaculture facilities, offshore culture facilities and the ornamental fish industry.

Gain these skills

  • handling and harvesting stock,
  • preparing stock for live transport,
  • monitoring stock and environmental conditions,
  • producing algal cultures, and
  • working effectively in the seafood industry

Aquaculture is a fast-growing industry. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) issued a report in 2018 stating that ‘aquaculture is fastest growing food production sector worldwide’. Typical entry-level jobs for those holding Certificate II include:

  • Australian and overseas aquaculture farms
  • hatcheries and nurseries   
  • live post-harvest holding facilities, such as processing plants, wholesalers or 
  • transporters, pet shops, public aquaria, zoos or other facilities with aquatic animals 

Study in a specialised facility in the maritime heart of Fremantle

Fremantle campus features extensive salt and freshwater aquaculture facilities, and experienced staff which offers plenty of relevant hands-on opportunities. Our staff have involved students in the culture and applied research projects of many marine and freshwater organisms over the last two decades including species such as abalone, dhufish, yellowtail kingfish, marron and barramundi.

Certificate II
National ID: SFI30119
State ID: BEI5
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

Certificate III in Aquaculture

Expand on your aquaculture skills with advanced aquaculture knowledge.

Delivered at:


Are you looking to join a school of fish lovers?

This course is ideal for those looking to expand on the skills and knowledge they gained in Certificate II in Aquaculture. It also comes packed with opportunities to upskill with either boating or diving skills. While a solid foundation in aquatic science is essential, the aquaculture sector prefers to hire staff with additional boating and/or diving qualifications.  

Gain these skills:

  • care for and maintain fish stocks, culture and holding environments 
  • installing or constructing stock culture or holding structures and other allied structures
  • assessing and controlling biosecurity and stock health and treating aquatic stock for diseases
  • monitoring and maintaining water quality
  • co-ordinating feeding activities, handling and harvesting operations for aquatic stock
  • operating high technology water treatment components
  • implementing emergency procedures, occupational health and safety policies and guidelines

Further skills from the maritime industry

Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal)
  • commanding and operating a vessel less than 12 metres long with unlimited outboard engine propulsion, or inboard engines less than 100 kilowatts

Coxswain's can gain employment in the small vessel sector in commercial workboats, aquaculture, fisheries and tourism.

Specialist facilities in the maritime heart of Fremantle

Our Fremantle campus features a working aquaculture facility with hatchery tanks and filtration systems and is within convenient walking distance to the fishing industry in Fremantle. Our lecturers have a strong relationship with the Australian Centre for Applied Aquaculture Research (ACAAR) in the neighbouring facility.

Certificate III
National ID: SFI50119
State ID: BEJ2
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Aquaculture

Learn the practical skills and knowledge to manage the operations for fish farms, marine farms and hatcheries.

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This higher level qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to manage the operations of fish farms, marine farms and hatcheries. It is suitable for students that hold a certificate III in aquaculture or have substantial aquaculture industry experience.

Gain these skills:

  • developing and implementing a breeding strategy
  • planning ecologically sustainable practices
  • biosecurity
  • managing stock health
  • developing a stock production plan and
  • managing an aquaculture research trial

You will also learn skills in planning and designing a water supply and disposal system, and stock culture systems and structures. You will learn the skills necessary to supervise and manage staff.

The environments in which our graduates work include:

  • aquaculture farms or fishout/put-and-take operations
  • hatcheries and nurseries
  • live post-harvest holding facilities, such as processing plants, wholesalers or transporters
  • pet shops, public aquaria, zoos or other facilities with aquatic animals

Study in a specialised facility in the maritime heart of Fremantle:

Fremantle campus features extensive salt and freshwater aquaculture facilities, and experienced staff which offers plenty of relevant hands-on opportunities. Our staff have involved students in the culture and applied research projects of many marine and freshwater organisms over the last two decades including species such as abalone, dhufish, yellowtail kingfish, marron and barramundi.

Diploma
National ID: AVI30419
State ID: BES9
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot)

This course equips students with the skills to command a sub two-kilogram drone aircraft, which lays the foundations for entrepreneurial endeavours such as filming for weddings, advertising purposes and other light commercial applications.

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Take your career to new heights

Obtaining a remote pilots licence is the first step to being able to operate remotely piloted aircraft systems, otherwise known as drones or UAV's for commercial or business purposes without weight operating restrictions. 

This course equips students with the skills to command a sub two-kilogram drone aircraft, which lays the foundations for entrepreneurial endeavours including filming for weddings and advertising. Students can pursue a career in aviation and develop industry leading skills within the remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) industry, then progress to fly larger RPAS with further qualifications.

Gain these skills

  • operate and manage remote pilot aircraft systems
  • launch, control and recover a remotely piloted aircraft
  • perform operational inspections on remote operated systems
Certificate III
State ID: AE375
Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
Skill sets

Customer Service Skill Set

Gain the skills to create good relationships with customers, provide quality service and help a business to improve customer service levels.

Get ready to delight customers

Gain the skills to create good relationships with customers, provide quality service and help a business to improve customer service levels.

You will learn to identify the unique, shared and cultural needs of customers; to communicate effectively with all customers; to process complaints according to business policies, and when to escalate to achieve customer satisfaction. 

This introductory course is an ideal start to a customer service career and includes learning infection control procedures, which will assist in managing front of house and reception office spaces.

Gain these skills

  • provide service to customers by using a range of verbal and non-verbal communication types and active listening
  • presenting a professional image and acting according to organisational policy
  • identifying customer needs and choosing the best way to handle their request
  • problem solving conflict and complaint resolution
  • identifying opportunities to improve customer service standards  
  • show social and cultural sensitivity and adjust customer service response to assist people of different backgrounds 
  • use infection control procedures to ensure the safety of customers  

Tuition and resource fees

Eligible students study this course absolutely free. If you are not eligible you can expect to pay $246.50.

Next dates:

Fremantle    

  • To be confirmed

Mandurah    

  • To be confirmed
Skill set
National ID: S0107P
State ID: S0107P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Engineering Revalidation Part C

Revalidate your engineering certificate before it expires.

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This course covers the requirements for an Engineering revalidation Part C.

  • Engine and Boiler developments
  • Current technologies
  • Electrical Practical requirements including HV revision 
  • Review of leadership and management skills
  • Review of recent incidents relevant to engineers

All revalidation courses have the option for Part A delivered two weeks prior to start of the revalidation course Part C.

If you hold an engineering certificate of competency you should apply to us to revalidate your certificate before it expires, if it has not been suspended or revoked. Whether your certificate is valid, or has expired, the revalidation requirements are the same.

Refer to the AMSA website(opens in a new tab) for further information on revalidation.

Short course
National ID: SIT30516
State ID: AZV9
Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
Half price^

Certificate III in Events

Work in the exciting events industry including tourism and travel, hospitality, sport, cultural and community sectors.

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Do you want an eventful career?

The Certificate III in Events, reflects the role of individuals who use a range of well-developed events administration or operational skills and knowledge to complete event-related work activities. Using discretion and judgement, they work with some independence under the guidance of more senior event personnel, using plans, policies and procedures to guide work activities.

Gain these skills

  • process and monitor event registrations
  • provide service to customers
  • social and cultural diversity
  • safe work practices
  • event staging support
  • interpret product information

Events are diverse in nature and this qualification provides a pathway to work for event or exhibition organisations operating in a range of industries including the tourism and travel, hospitality, sport, cultural and community sectors.

The diversity of employers includes event or exhibition management companies, event venues, or organisations that organise their own events. Work could be undertaken in an office environment where the planning of events takes place, on-site at venues where events are staged or a combination of both.

On completion of your Certificate III in Events, further study pathways exist directly into the Diploma of Event Management; with other pathways leading into Travel, Tourism and Hospitality.

Certificate III
National ID: SFI20219
State ID: BEI4
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Certificate II in Fishing Operations

Become a deckhand in the fishing industry with this pathway course to commercial fishing, ferries and charter boats.

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Are you ready to start a career working in fishing for seafood?

Become a deckhand in the fishing industry with this pathway course to commercial fishing, operating tourist or charter boats, work boats, ferries and dive boats.

Gain these skills

  • operation of fishing gear and equipment
  • processing and temperature control of fishing harvests
  • cleaning and maintenance of equipment and vessels
  • handling, harvesting and sorting by catch

Specialist facilities in the maritime heart of Fremantle

Fremantle campus is our maritime campus, where students are surrounded by the maritime and commercial fishing industry, and have access to a variety of vessels to develop practical experience. 

Certificate II
State ID: GAC58
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Follow Vessel Security Procedures skill set

Security awareness training is mandatory for all seafarers before engaging on board a vessel.

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Under the Manila Amendments to the STCW Convention, it is now mandatory for all seafarers to possess knowledge related to security awareness, before engaging on board a vessel, and to undergo security related training. This course meets the requirements of Regulation V1/6 of the STCW Convention as amended.

  • maritime security terms and definitions, including elements that may relate to piracy and armed robbery
  • international maritime security policy and responsibilities of governments, companies and persons
  • maritime security levels and their impact on security measures and procedures aboard ship and in port facilities
  • security reporting procedures and security related contingency plans
  • techniques used to circumvent security measures
  • recognition of potential security threats, including piracy and armed robbery
  • recognition of weapons, dangerous substances and devices, and awareness of the damage they can cause
  • handling of security related information and communications
  • training, drill and exercise requirements under the relevant conventions, codes and IMO circulars, including those relevant to anti-piracy and anti-robbery
Skill set
National ID: S0162P
State ID: S0162P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

GMDSS Revalidation

This course is for Master and Chief Mates and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements.

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GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System)

This course is structured on a combination of theory and practical exercises using both ‘live to air’ equipment and simulations. It is delivered by fully qualified and accredited lecturers with deck officer or radio officer experience.

This course provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet Australian Maritime Safety Authority requirements of Marine Order 70 (Seafarer Certification) 2014, Section25A. 

Permits person who hold a CMDSS COC, but do not satisfy AMSA's revalidation requirement of 12 months of GMDSS equipment use in the last 5 years, to revalidate their COC. If you have had 12 months use of GMDSS equipment in the last 5 years, please contact AMSA directly to discuss revalidation of your COC through them.

This course meets the requirements of STCW and is AMSA approved. This course is  approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • GMDSS Radio Operators – STCW Code Table A-IV/2
Short course
State ID: AE442
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Free*
Skill sets

Introduction to the Supply Chain Skill Set

Learn the skills to prepare for a career in warehousing, transport or logistics and get your forklift licence. 

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Get a career on the move and drive a forklift!  

Learn the skills to prepare for a career in warehousing, transport or logistics and get your forklift licence. 

This skill set will give you an introduction to working as store personnel, a forklift driver, or warehouse operator. 

You will learn how to operate and drive a forklift and carry out deliveries and shift materials safely. 

Gain these skills 

  • Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures  
  • Carry out delivery operations 
  • Shift materials safely using manual handling methods 
  • Operate a forklift (including the licence to operate a forklift truck)    

Tuition and resource fees

Eligible students study this course absolutely free. If you are not eligible you can expect to pay $682.75

Skill set
National ID: TLI40319
State ID: BFD3
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate IV in Logistics

Have what it takes to handle a supervisory career in supply chain management, distribution centre manager, or logistics supervisor.


Do you want a globally relevant management career in an industry that forms the backbone of the Australian economy?

When you complete the Certificate IV in Logistics, you will have what it takes to handle a supervisory career in supply chain management, as a team leader, distribution centre manager, contract manager, or logistics supervisor.

Gain these skills

  • analysing and evaluating work practices
  • develop workplace procedures
  • team leadership
  • monitoring workplace statistics
  • managing hazards and risks
  • monitoring suppliers
  • staff induction and guidance

We also have a dual pathway that gives you significant course credit in the Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations.

Certificate IV
State ID: GAC59
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Manage Firefighting and Fire Prevention skill set

Perform effectively as a key member of an onboard command fire fighting team with this AMSA-approved course.

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This module is an extension of the Basic Fire Fighting unit, and is designed to extend the knowledge and skills of the student, sufficient for the person to perform effectively as a key member of an on-board command fire fighting team.

Gain these skills

  • management of shipboard fire prevention techniques
  • coordination of tactical fire fighting methods
  • use/maintenance of fire fighting equipment
  • fire detection material

This course is  approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Advanced Fire Fighting meeting the requirements of STCW Reg VI/3 and Code Section A-VI/3, Table A-VI/3
Skill set
State ID: GAC60
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Manage Provision Of Medical Care On Board A Vessel skill set

Take charge of a medical emergency onboard a ship with this industry-relevant, highly practical skill set.

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This course provides the candidate with the knowledge and skills required to take charge of a medical emergency on board ship, to seek assistance from shore based medical advisers, and carry out medical procedures as directed from shore-based medical advisers. The course is conducted entirely at Edith Cowan University Joondalup. Courses offer a combination of theory and practical sessions involving direct lectures from trained medical practitioners. This course meets the requirements of STCW and is AMSA approved.

  • Main body structure and functions 
  • Resuscitation techniques 
  • Initial patient assessment 
  • Principles of managing medical emergencies and injuries 
  • The measures for disease prevention and industrially related medical conditions 
  • Medical diagnosis of infectious diseases and other conditions which may present at sea and port 
  • Actions to take in the event of medical emergencies 
  • Management of alcohol and drug abuse 
Skill set
National ID: MAR60120
State ID: AC38
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Advanced Diploma of Marine Engineering (Class 1) (Engineer Class 1 (Motor))

Become a Class 1 Engineer in the Maritime Industry.

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This qualification is suitable for people who work as an Engineer Class 1 in the maritime industry on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of any propulsion power in any operating area. This qualification forms some of the requirements for certification by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) as an Engineer Class 1 as described in Marine Orders 70-73 (2014) under the Navigation Act 2012. People seeking certification should check requirements with AMSA.

Required short courses: 

  • Medical First Aid
  • Proficiency in Survival Craft
  • Advanced Fire Fighting
Advanced Diploma
National ID: MAR50120
State ID: AC31
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Marine Engineering (Engineer Class 3 Near Coastal)

Become a chief engineer onboard a vessel with this AMSA-accredited course.

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This qualification lets you carry out the duties of chief engineer.

Gain these skills:

  • apply leadership and team working capability
  • contribute to fire prevention and firefighting (basic firefighting)
  • observe personal safety and social responsibility (PSSR)
  • operate survival craft, rescue boats and lifesaving appliances (proficiency in survival craft)
  • prevent, control and fight fires on board a vessel (advanced firefighting)
  • survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment and personal survival techniques (PST)
  • monitor compliance with legislative requirements
  • ensure compliance with pollution prevention requirements
  • apply basic principles of naval architecture
  • demonstrate basic knowledge of marine auxiliary boilers
  • demonstrate basic knowledge of marine electrical systems
Diploma
National ID: MAR50120
State ID: AC62
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Marine Engineering (Engineer Watchkeeper Specialist)

This qualification is suitable for people who work in the maritime industry as an Engineer Watchkeeper on a seagoing ship powered by main propulsion machinery of any propulsion power in any operating area.

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This qualification is suitable for people who work in the maritime industry as an Engineer Watchkeeper on a seagoing ship powered by main propulsion machinery of any propulsion power in any operating area. This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as an Engineer Watchkeeper by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). People seeking certification should check requirements with AMSA.

Gain these skills:

  • apply leadership and team working capability
  • contribute to fire prevention and firefighting (basic firefighting)
  • follow vessel security procedures (security awareness training)
  • observe personal safety and social responsibility (PSSR)
  • operate survival craft, rescue boats and lifesaving appliances (proficiency in survival craft)
  • prevent, control and fight fires on board a vessel (advanced firefighting)
  • survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment and personal survival techniques (PST)
  • apply basic principles of naval architecture
  • demonstrate basic knowledge of marine auxiliary machinery and equipment
  • demonstrate knowledge of ships and ship routines
Diploma
National ID: AUR30516
State ID: BAC8
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate III in Marine Mechanical Technology

Become an apprentice automotive marine technician working on pleasure craft with inboard or outboard motors.

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An apprentice Automotive Technician - Marine Light is involved in working mainly on pleasure craft with inboard or outboard motors, they can be trailer mounted and pull behind a car or moored in the river, ocean or a marina.

Gain these skills

  • demonstrate knowledge and skills relevant to the various types of marine engines
  • adjust, test and repair engines, transmission, fuel systems, hydraulic steering systems, cooling systems, electrical systems, propellers and boat trailers
  • use testing equipment and/or refer to manufacturers' specifications and manuals - dismantle faulty assemblies, repair or replace worn or damaged parts and reassemble, adjust and test the repaired mechanism
  • perform scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups - advise customers on work performed, general vessel conditions and future repair requirements

This apprenticeship training program comprises on and off the job components, with training blocks of four weeks twice a year for 2.5 years. Block release times are negotiated with industry to minimize the impact on peak workplace production. During the block release, all candidates undertake training and assessment and competency results are signed off in the training record book. When the candidate returns to industry, learning is reinforced in the workplace to further develop the candidate’s skills and increase proficiency. The employer also signs off – that the candidate has undertaken tasks in the workplace.

Certificate III
National ID: MAR20318
State ID: BDU0
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal)

Become a coxswain in the small vessel sector in commercial workboats, fisheries, fishing, tourism and aquaculture.

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Coxswain's can gain employment in the small vessel sector in commercial workboats, fisheries, fishing, tourism and aquaculture.

This qualification is suitable for people who want to command and operate the engines of a vessel less than 12 metres long with unlimited outboard engine propulsion, or inboard engines less than 500 kilowatts. 

Certificate II
National ID: MAR30220
State ID: BFW1
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Integrated Rating)

An entry-level qualification to equip new entrants into the maritime industry with practical skills and knowledge in general shipboard operations.

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The Integrated Rating (IR) course is an entry-level qualification to equip new entrants into the maritime industry with practical skills and knowledge in general shipboard operations of merchant ships. This course is the AMSA approved pre-sea training course required (along with the AMSA required sea service) for issuance of the AMSA Integrated Rating Certificate of Proficiency. Integrated ratings steer a vessel under the direction of the officer of the watch and work in the engine room under the direction of engineering officers.

Gain these skills

  • assist with cargo operations
  • conduct engine and navigational watches
  • assist in berthing and unberthing
  • provide general deck operational assistance and maintain documentation
  • general servicing and maintenance of the ship and its machinery
  • maintain cleanliness of decks and structures
  • steering the ship under supervision
  • splicing ropes and wires

In addition to successful completion of the Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Integrated Rating), the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) requires students to successfully complete each of the following to be issued with a new certificate of competency:

  • Meet medical requirements
  • Completed qualifying sea service time, refer to AMSA requirements for more details
  • Hold an approved steering Certificate

Refer to the information provided on the AMSA website(opens in a new tab) for further details. 

This training starts in Semester 2 with the Certificate of Safety Training (COST) units from 18 July 2022. Students who have this certificate already can request credit and can begin the rest of the course from 1 August.

Certificate III
National ID: MAR40220
State ID: BFV6
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 1 Near Coastal)

This qualification enables you to become a marine engine driver (motor) as per the National Standards for Commercial Vessels (NSCV).

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This qualification is aligned to the educational requirement for Certification as Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 as described in Part D of the National Standards for Commercial Vessels (NSCV). The Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 Certificate of Competency (CoC) is issued by the appropriate maritime regulatory authority in each state and territory.

A Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 Certificate allows a holder to take charge of the machinery on vessels less than:

  • 525kw (35QN) propulsion power engaged in operations in any area; or750kw (50QN) propulsion power engaged in operations up to Australian Coastal - Middle Water Limits (600nm), or
  • 1500kw propulsion power engaged in operations up to Inshore limits (15nm).

This certificate also allows the holder to be second-in-charge of machinery on vessels less than:

  • 525kw (35QN) propulsion power engaged in Australian Coastal - Middle Water Limits (600nm)
  • 750kw (50QN) propulsion power engaged in operations up to Australian Coastal - Middle Water Limits (600nm)
  • 1500kw propulsion power engaged in operations up to Offshore Limits (600nm); or
  • 1500kw propulsion power

Evidence of sea time/service on board a vessel will be required to obtain a Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 Certificate of Competency from AMSA. For information on all CoC requirements, please see: http://nationalsystem.amsa.gov.au/factsheets.php

Gain these skills

  • undertake basic maintenance of electrical systems
  • manage refuelling
  • undertake maintenance of 240 to 440 voltage alternating current electrical systems
  • undertake maintenance of machinery, machinery systems and structural components
  • complete engine room tasks
  • maintain hull out of water
  • operate and maintain extra low and low voltage electrical systems and equipment
  • operate marine internal combustion engines, and propulsion and auxiliary systems
  • operate and monitor marine internal combustion engines, propulsion plant and auxiliary systems
  • operate 240 to 440 voltage alternating current electrical systems
  • apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment
Certificate IV
National ID: MAR30818
State ID: BDV0
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 Near Coastal)

Become a chief engineer onboard the required vessels with this AMSA-accredited course.

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This certificate will allow you to work as:

  • chief engineer on vessels with inboard engines with propulsion power up to 750 kilowatts within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
  • second engineer on vessels with inboard engines with propulsion power up to 1500 kilowatts within the EEZ.
  • chief or second engineer on a vessel with outboard engines within the EEZ.
  • an assistant under the direct supervision of the chief engineer.
  • in the engine room of a vessel up to 80 meters long with propulsion power up to 3000 kilowatts.

Gain these skills:

  • maintain marine internal combustion engines, propulsion plant and auxiliary systems
  • undertake basic maintenance of electrical systems
  • complete engine room tasks
  • maintain hull out of water
  • operate and maintain extra low and low voltage electrical systems and equipment
  • operate deck machinery
  • operate marine internal combustion engines, and propulsion and auxiliary systems
  • operate electrical systems
  • apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment
  • meet work health and safety requirements
  • survive at sea using survival craft

2022 dates

Semester 1, 2022

  • Elements of Shipboard Safety: starts 8 March
  • Body of Course: starts 14 March
Certificate III
National ID: MAR60220
State ID: BFW9
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Advanced Diploma of Maritime Operations (Master Unlimited)

Become a fully-qualified master, chief mate or deck watchkeeper on ships of any gross tonnage in any operating area.

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This certificate allows you to perform the duties or functions of Master, Chief mate or Watchkeeper deck officer on ships of any gross tonnage in any operating area.

Holding a Watchkeeper deck or Master less than 500 GT certificate of competency may allow you to receive up to 15 units credit or recognition of prior learning with continued sea service and competencies. This may potentially reduce the duration of the course up to 14 weeks.

This qualification runs for a duration between 27 and 40 weeks. 

Gain these skills

  • manage trim, stability and stress of a vessel
  • manage reported defects, damage, repairs and maintenance of a vessel
  • apply medical first aid on board ship
  • coordinate search and rescue operations
  • follow vessel security procedures (security awareness training)
  • operate survival craft, rescue boats and lifesaving appliances (proficiency in survival craft)
  • survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment and personal survival techniques (PST
  • manage a vessel and its crew
  • forecast weather and oceanographic conditions to plan a safe passage
  • use of radar and other bridge equipment to maintain safety of navigation
  • transmit and receive information by the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS)
Advanced Diploma
National ID: MAR50320
State ID: AC53
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Maritime Operations (Master less than 500 GT)

Become a master, chief mate or watchkeeper on vessels with this AMSA-accredited course.

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This certificate enables you to work as a Master or Chief mate on vessels less than 500 gross tonnage in any operating area and as Watchkeeper deck officer on vessels of any gross tonnage and in any operating area.

Gain these skills:

  • maintain seaworthiness of the ship (ship stability)
  • monitor, loading, unloading, securing and stowage of cargo
  • apply leadership and team working capability
  • contribute to fire prevention and firefighting (basic firefighting)
  • follow vessel security procedures (security awareness training)
  • observe personal safety and social responsibility (PSSR)
  • prevent, control and fight fires on board a vessel (advanced firefighting)
  • survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment and personal survival techniques (PST)
  • plan and conduct a passage and determine position
  • use of electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) to maintain the safety of navigation
  • ensure compliance with pollution prevention requirements
  • maintain seaworthiness of the ship (ship construction)
Diploma
National ID: MAR30918
State ID: BDU4
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres Near Coastal)

Gain the practical skills and knowledge to safely operate a commercial vessel of less than 24 metres in length within offshore limits.

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This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to safely operate a commercial vessel of less than 24 metres in length within offshore limits. You will learn skills in shipboard safety, navigation, ship knowledge and vessel operations.

This certificate will allow you to work as:

  • Master on commercial vessels up to 24 metres long within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ)
  • Chief mate or deck watchkeeper on vessels up to 35 metres long within the EEZ
  • Chief mate or deck watchkeeper on vessels up to 80 metres long in inshore waters

2022 dates

Semester 2, 2022

  • Course starts 10 October
  • Elements of Shipboard Safety is included in this course and will be 7 to 10 November
Certificate III
National ID: MAR40320
State ID: BFW3
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^

Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Master up to 35 metres Near Coastal)

Become a master, chief mate or watchkeeper on vessels with this AMSA-accredited course.

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This certificate will allow you to work as:

  • Master on commercial vessels up to 35 metres long within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
  • Master on vessels up to 80 metres long in inshore waters.
  • Chief mate or deck watchkeeper on vessels up to 80 metres long within the EEZ.

Gain these skills:

  • manage loading, discharging and stowing of cargo
  • manage vessel stability
  • slip or dock a vessel and maintain hull on a vessel up to 80 metres
  • plan and supervise routine maintenance on a vessel up to 80 metres
  • manage a propulsion unit using appropriate engine systems and support services
  • monitor and manage vessel operations
  • operate deck machinery and steering gear on a vessel up to 80 metres
  • apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment
  • follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel
  • meet work health and safety requirements
  • manage and maintain a navigational watch on board vessels up to 80 metres
  • manoeuvre a vessel up to 80 metres

This course starts Monday 25 July 2022.

Certificate IV
National ID: MAR50320
State ID: AC52
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Maritime Operations (Watchkeeper Deck)

Become a master, chief mate or watchkeeper on vessels with this AMSA-accredited course.

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This certificate enables you to work as a Master or Chief mate on vessels less than 500 gross tonnage in any operating area and as Watchkeeper deck officer on vessels of any gross tonnage and in any operating area.

Gain these skills:

  • maintain seaworthiness of the ship (ship stability)
  • monitor, loading, unloading, securing and stowage of cargo
  • contribute to fire prevention and firefighting (basic firefighting)
  • follow vessel security procedures (security awareness training)
  • observe personal safety and social responsibility (PSSR)
  • prevent, control and fight fires on board a vessel (advanced firefighting)
  • survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment and personal survival techniques (PST)
  • plan and conduct a passage and determine position
  • use of electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) to maintain the safety of navigation
  • use of radar and other bridge equipment to maintain safety of navigation
  • manoeuvre the ship
  • maintain seaworthiness of the ship (ship construction)

 

Diploma
National ID: S0327P
State ID: S0327P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Masters Medical Refresher

Maintain currency of your course-associated medical certificate with this short course

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Are you required to maintain currency of your course-associated medical certificate?

Under the standards in the STCW, there is no requirement for revalidation of elementary first aid, medical first aid, and medical care certificates. However Maritime Labour Convention 2006, Regulation 4.1, Guideline B4.1 Medical care on board ship and ashore states:

  • Persons referred to in paragraph 1 of this guideline and any such other seafarers as may be required by the competent authority should undergo, at approximately five-year intervals, refresher courses to enable them to maintain and increase their knowledge and skills and to keep up-to-date with new developments.

If your employer has determined it is necessary for seafarers under the Maritime Labour Convention, this course is ideal for you.

Short course
National ID: S0163P
State ID: S0163P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Masters Revalidation Part A

This course is for deck officers who have insufficient sea time in the last five years to re-validate their Australian Certificate of Competency (COC) issued by AMSA.

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This course provides essential training for deck officers who have insufficient sea time in the last five (5) years to revalidate their Australian Certificate of Competency (COC) issued by AMSA (2nd Mates, Mates or Masters) as required by Marine Orders Part 3.

This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved.

Seafarers who satisfy the sea time requirements of AMSA for the last 5 years, may only be required to demonstrate continued competence in fire fighting and sea survival, by attending the two day refresher course. If you are in doubt about what you are required to attend, please contact AMSA for a determination to be made. Refer to the AMSA website(opens in a new tab) for further information on revalidation. 

Revalidation PART A, common to Masters, Deck and Engineer Officers

  • FULL AMSA approved Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boasts course (STCW Reg V1/2)
  • Full AMSA approved Advanced Fire-fighting course (STCW Reg V1/3)
  • Cargo operations including carriage of hazardous and dangerous goods
  • Cargo securing arrangements - equipment and documentation
  • IMDG Code amendments and revision
  • IMO Codes for bulk and other cargoes
  • Vessel stability review including damage stability, cargo loading and ballast management simulation involving stresses
  • Recent developments in international and national legislation concerning safety of life at sea and protection of the marine environment
  • Medical training refresher

Note: All Masters revalidation courses have the option for GMDSS revalidation delivered the week prior to the start of Part A and Masters Revalidation Part B delivered the week following the completion of Part A.

Short course
National ID: S0176P
State ID: S0176P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Masters Revalidation Part B

This course is for deck officers who have insufficient sea time in the last five years to re-validate their Australian Certificate of Competency (COC) issued by AMSA.

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This course provides essential training for deck officers who have insufficient sea time in the last five (5) years to revalidate their Australian Certificate of Competency (COC) issued by AMSA (2nd Mates, Mates or Masters) as required by Marine Orders Part 3.

This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved.

Seafarers who satisfy the sea time requirements of AMSA for the last 5 years, may only be required to demonstrate continued competence in fire fighting and sea survival, by attending the two day refresher course. If you are in doubt about what you are required to attend, please contact AMSA for a determination to be made. Refer to the AMSA website(opens in a new tab) for further information on revalidation. 

Revalidation PART B, common to Masters and Deck Officers

  • Electronic chart systems and ECDIS
  • "E Nav" - including electronic navigation systems
  • Revision and updates of concepts and principles of BRM
  • Revision of collision regulations and buoyage systems
  • Passage Planning

Note: All Masters revalidation courses have the option for GMDSS revalidation delivered the week prior to the start of Part A and Masters Revalidation Part A delivered two weeks prior to starting the revalidation course Part B.

Short course
State ID: GAC62
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Operate Survival Craft and Other Lifesaving Appliances skill set

This module is an extension of the basic fire fighting unit, and is designed to assist graduates to work on-board in safety teams.

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This module is an extension of the basic fire fighting unit, and is designed to extend the knowledge and skills of the student, sufficient for the person to perform effectively as a key member of an on-board command fire fighting team.

This course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft other than Fast Rescue Boats (AMSA approved), meeting the requirements of STCW Reg VI/2 and Code Section A-VI/2, Table A-VI/2-1
Skill set
National ID: SIS30619
State ID: BEU9
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership

Looking to pursue a career in leading in the great outdoors? Take your career to the next level with a Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership.

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Take the plunge into leadership

Become a leader in the outdoor recreation industry. This qualification is aimed at employability in the marine and land based outdoor adventure and recreation industry with employment outcomes such as hiking, kayaking and snorkeling leaders/guides, charter boat crew, and leaders for camps, expeditions and adventure tours among many others.

During the course you will undertake the planning, risk management, finalisation and leading of multiple activities including bushwalking, snorkeling, kayaking and navigation.

This is a fun, challenging and exciting qualification that will help you gain the knowledge and skills to take the first steps into an amazing, growing industry.
 

Gain these skills

  • Lead and guide snorkeling, kayaking and bushwalking outdoor activities

  • Techniques to demonstrate and instruct skills for adventure activities

  • Manage groups of participants in an outdoor environment

  • First aid, water rescue and response to emergencies skills

  • Navigation, communication systems and weather interpretation

  • Work health and safety, hazard identification, assess and control risks for activities

  • Minimal environmental impact practices

  • Manage and maintain equipment for outdoor activities

  • Logistics of outdoor operations and providing a quality service

Certificate III
State ID: GAB80
Industry Business and Finance
Industry Engineering and Mining
Skill sets

Safety Leadership for Supervisors skill set

Work towards becoming Section 44 compliant with this skill set covering safety leadership for site supervisors, ideal for those working in the mining and construction industries.

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This two day intensive face to face safety supervisors training is designed for supervisors and managers in the mining and construction industry who require an understanding of their obligations as part of the WHS Act and regulations in Western Australia.

In this skill set, training is made relevant to operational requirements on-site meaning safety supervisors are able to apply skills and knowledge learnt, as soon as they return to site.

Gain these skills

  • responsibilities to complete workplace inspections
  • incident and accident reporting
  • training, leadership and supervision
  • emergency preparation and procedures
  • risk management
  • delegation
  • plant and substances
  • safety and health representative obligations
  • mines inspection
  • compliance requirements and how to achieve compliance

Next dates for delivery:

  • 15 and 16 June 2022
  • 3 and 4 August 2022
  • 21 and 22 September 2022
  • 26 and 27 October 2022
  • 30 November and 1 December 2022
Skill set
National ID: MARSS00033
State ID: AE339
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Safety Training Certification Skill Set

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The Certificate of Safety Training is an STCW95 AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety Authority) approved training course which qualifies holders of the certificate to work on vessels in Australian and International waters. This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved.

It is ideal for those wanting to improve safety, or to work on vessels in Australian and international waters.

Gain these skills

  • contribute to fire prevention and firefighting (basic firefighting)
  • follow vessel security procedures (security awareness training)
  • observe personal safety and social responsibility (PSSR)
  • survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment and personal survival techniques (PST)
Skill set
National ID: MARSS00008
State ID: AC773
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Shipboard Safety Skill Set

This shipboard safety skill set is a prerequisite for employment onboard commercial vessels in domestic waters.

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The Elements of Shipboard Safety skill set is a prerequisite for employment on board commercial vessels in domestic waters. This skill set will equip you with the knowledge and skills to operate safely on board a vessel.

The Elements of Shipboard Safety Skill Set is made up of 4 components:

  • MARF027 Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment
  • MARF028 Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel
  • MARF029 Meet work health and safety requirements
  • MARF030 Survive at sea using survival craft
Skill set
National ID: S0029P
State ID: S0029P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Tanker Familiarisation (Liquefied Gas Tanker)

This AMSA- approved course is for officers and ratings candidates who are assigned duties relating to tanker operations.

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This course is for officers and ratings candidates who are assigned duties and responsibilities relating to tanker operations and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements for STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 1, Table A-V/1-2-1.

This course is  approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Tanker Familiarisation for Liquefied Gas Tanker Cargo Operations (AMSA approved),  meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-2 and Code Section A-V/1-2, paragraph 1, Table A-V/1-2-1

This course is delivered over 2 and a half days at Fremantle campus.

Short course
National ID: S0030P
State ID: S0030P
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Tanker Familiarisation (Oil & Chemical)

This AMSA- approved course is for officers and ratings candidates who are assigned duties relating to tanker operations.

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This course is for officers and ratings candidates who are assigned duties and responsibilities relating to tanker operations and provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to meet AMSA requirements for STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 1, Table A-V/1-1-1.

This course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • Tanker Familiarisation for Oil and Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations (AMSA approved),  meeting the requirements of STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 1, Table A-V/1-1-1

This course runs for two and a half days, starting at 12.30pm.

Short course
National ID: MARSS00016
State ID: AD401
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Tanker Familiarisation Skill Set

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This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to recognise hazards associated with liquefied gas tankers (basic gas) and oil and chemical tankers (basic oil and chemical), and to apply appropriate hazard control measures to contribute to safe cargo operation.

This unit applies to people working in the maritime industry in the capacity of: Chief Mate Deck Officers Engineering Officers Engineers Masters Ratings.

Skill set
National ID: SIT30116
State ID: AZV7
Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
Half price^

Certificate III in Tourism

Work in the exciting tourism industry in several roles including as a tour operator or at visitor information centres on completion of this popular course.

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Want to work in the exciting and diverse tourism industry?

This qualification will provide you with well-developed tourism service, sales or operational skills. You'll be taught about using discretion, judgement and having a sound knowledge of industry operations. On completion you'll be able to work under limited supervision and may provide operational advice and support to team members.

This qualification gives you the opportunity to work in the varied tourism industry sectors and for diverse employers including tour operators, inbound tour operators, visitor information centres, at attractions, cultural and heritage sites and any small tourism businesses requiring multi-skilled employees.

Gain these skills:

  • provide service to customers
  • social and cultural sensitivity
  • safe work practices
  • provide first aid
  • responsible service of alcohol
  • sell tourism products and services
  • Provide visitor information and Australian destinations

Work could be undertaken in an office environment where the planning of tourism products and services takes place, in the field where tourism products are delivered or a combination of both. Job roles: attraction or theme park attendant, booking agent, cellar door salesperson, guide in a winery, guide and salesperson in an indigenous cultural centre, inbound tour coordinator, museum attendant, operations consultant or reservation sales agent for a tour operator, sales consultant, senior ride operator in an attraction or theme park, and visitor information officer.

Certificate III
State ID: GAC64
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Transmit and Receive Information by the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System skill set

This fully accredited course combines theory and practical and is delivered by lecturers with deck officer or radio officer experience.

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This is a fully accredited course of study and instruction for the GMDSS General Operators Certificate (GMDSS COC), complying with National and International Standards. Our course meets the requirements of Marine Orders Part 6 (AMSA), is fully accredited by AMSA and audited annually.

The GMDSS COC is a statutory requirement for bridge watchkeepers of sea going vessels over 300 gross tonnes, and for all persons involved in the operation of live GMDSS equipment. This course is structured on a combination of theory and practical exercises using both ‘live to air’ equipment and simulations. It is delivered by fully qualified and accredited lecturers with deck officer or radio officer experience.

This course is approved by AMSA for the issuance of the following certificate upon successful completion of the course:

  • GMDSS Radio Operators - STCW Code Table A-IV/2
Skill set
State ID: GAC65
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Use of electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) skill set

Understand the capability and limitations of ECDIS used during a navigational watch in this industry-relevant skill set.

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The aim of this course is to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to understand the capability and limitations of ECDIS as used during a navigational watch, to operate, interpret and analyse information obtained from ECDIS, and manage ECDIS operation, system files and data. This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved. It also meets the requirements of IMO Model 1.27 (2012).

There is a written and practical assessment, and students receive an  ECDIS certificate upon course completion.

Gain these skills

  • Elements of ECDIS
  • Watch keeping with ECDIS
  • ECDIS Route Planning and Monitoring
  • ECDIS Targets, Charts and Systems
  • ECDIS Responsibility
Skill set
National ID: TLI40619
State ID: BFD0
Industry Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics

Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations

Step up to warehouse supervisory roles with the Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations. Learn to optimise stock storage and supply, managing people and training, processes and compliance with safety.


Do you want to be a leading link in a global economic chain that is critical to everyday life?

When you complete the Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations, you will have what it takes to handle a supervisory career in supply chain management, as a team leader, distribution centre manager, contract manager, or transport manager.

Gain these skills:

  • analysing and evaluating work practices
  • develop workplace procedures
  • team leadership
  • interpreting regulations, manage hazards and risks
  • monitoring suppliers
  • staff induction and guidance
  • organising transport or freight of goods
  • optimising stock levels

Ask us today about the dual pathway that gives you significant course credit in the Certificate IV in Logistics.

Certificate IV
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