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Munster

Our Munster Campus is a state-of-the-art specialist training facility aligned to the needs of the mining, oil and gas, engineering, mineral and chemical processing industries.

This campus is also home to the Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT), a world-class facility recognised by industry for its specialist training capability. It has an operating oil and gas facility and process plant, enabling students hands-on experience in a real-life industry setting. The ACEPT Diploma and Advanced Diploma were the first vocational courses of their kind to be accredited by Engineers Australia, the largest and most diverse professional industry body in Australia.

Munster campus also has purpose built Applied Engineering facilities including IOT home automation, 3D printing, CNC-milling, laser, precision milling and vinyl cutting. The campus also features a material testing lab which includes tensile testing, impact testing, compression testing, soil analysis and heat treatment testing. In addition, Munster campus includes a purpose-built mechatronics room that deals with circuit design and simulation software for multiple technologies such as:

  • Pneumatics
  • Hydraulics
  • PLC controls
  • HMI control panels
  • SCADA and DCS
  • Electro technical motor controls
  • Digital electronics
     

Facilities

Students at our Munster campus can access SM TAFE’s library services remotely. 

Access the ACEPT online library

Access the Engineering and Mining online library

Visit the library website

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

A lunch room is provided for students to heat and prepare lunch and snack items. No cafeteria operates on site but a food van visits most days with a rage of food and drinks. A cafe is located a short walk from the campus offering more substantial food options.

Vending machines are available on site 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
Munster campus has parking available for students surrounding the campus buildings, accessible via Gardiner Avenue. As Munster campus has specialist emergency exit protocols, all parking is reverse only.

Public transport
Munster campus is accessible via bus stops on Stock Road, directly in front of the campus. Visit Transperth's Journey Planner, using Munster campus as a landmark to plan your trip.

Students enjoy free WiFi at all SM TAFE campuses. Visit the Login to Online Spaces page.

Location

Address
9 Gardiner Avenue, Munster WA 6166
T: 1800 001 001
E: info@smtafe.wa.edu.au

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Munster

Address

9 Gardiner Avenue
Munster WA 6166
Australia

Courses at this campus

Use the filter below to view courses at Munster campus.

^ You will pay half price for the course fees on the Lower fees, local skills qualifications, however other fees may apply such as for resources that are specifically needed for your course.
State ID: GAB95
Industry Engineering and Mining

Advanced Mathematics and Engineering Calculus skill set

Develop analytical problem-solving abilities to carry out engineering design and operations.

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Get a handle on advanced mathematics for engineering

The skill set will offer you a unique opportunity to systematically grasp advanced engineering mathematics and numerical methods techniques to innovatively solve engineering tasks.

You will develop analytical problem-solving abilities to carry out engineering design and operations or maintenance activities. It is ideal for those pursuing higher engineering qualifications and careers at para-professional level.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Develop your underpinning core mathematical skills and essential knowledge in technical mathematics/advanced engineering mathematics;
  • Gain advanced engineering abilities to become a qualified engineer;
  • Enhance subsequent education choices to transition into a university engineering qualification and career choices; 
  • Develop your analytical problem-solving skills;
  • Identify the key parameters and their effect on system behaviour by solving ordinary differentiation equations (ODEs);
  • Visual and interactive job-relevant learning experience of calculus and advanced algebra using MATLAB to find analytical/numerical solutions expeditiously;  
  • Develop the capability for applying MATLAB as an interactive mathematical analysis tool to support engineering and scientific applications;
  • Apply mathematical modelling using MATLAB/SIMULINK for practical & complex engineering problems;
  • Demonstrate practical applications of the various mathematical concepts and the associated MATLAB operations to various engineering application areas, e.g. thermodynamics; fluid mechanics; probability and statistical analysis in project management and maintenance, etc.

Next dates for delivery

  • 2 February to 22 June 2021 5pm to 8pm

 Fees

$355.05

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

  

Skill set
State ID: GAA29
Industry Engineering and Mining

Applied Engineering Drawing and CAD Skill Set

Gain the skills to produce industry standard 2D and 3D engineering drawings and learn the Autodesk's AutoCAD drafting system.

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Master Autodesk’s AutoCAD drafting system

You will gain experience in producing industry standard 2D and 3D engineering drawings, gain a working knowledge of appropriate standards, and learn how to produce fully parametric 3D models and assemblies using Autodesk’s Inventor software.

This course is aimed at those who may be interested in gaining the necessary skills needed for entry into an Engineering career, that are looking at upskilling in their current position or from post trade, prospective entrepreneurs, that are looking at gaining formal qualification or those that would just like to learn how to use the software for their own personal projects.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.
  

Next dates for delivery

  • 3 May to 20 September | Mondays from 5pm to 8.30pm  

Fees

  • $640.66

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
State ID: GAA30
Industry Engineering and Mining

Applied Engineering Mathematics Skill Set

Learn how to use mathematics as a tool to analyse practical problems and develop your physics knowledge.

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Get a solid foundation in physics for engineering

Learn how to use mathematics as a tool to analyse practical problems. 

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Identifying common engineering materials by their principal properties 
  • Select materials for specific applications
  • Verify selected material as fit for purpose
  • Determine stresses in simple structures and mechanical components
  • Verify stress levels using appropriate reference material
  • Solve engineering problems involving algebraic expressions with one independent variable
  • Use trigonometry to solve practical problems
  • Solve quadratic equations
  • Statics, dynamics, motion and rotation

  

Next dates for delivery

  •  Future dates to be announced

Fees

$507.03

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
National ID: 22460VIC
State ID: BCZ46
Industry Engineering and Mining
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Applied Technologies

Gain the skills and knowledge to undertake technical roles within Industry 4.0 manufacturing and/or engineering environments.

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This pilot traineeship has been developed in collaboration with our industry partners to equip you with the skills and knowledge to undertake technical roles within Industry 4.0 manufacturing and/or engineering environments.   These are fresh new skills and knowledge in demand right now and transferrable to the workforce of tomorrow. 

Gain these skills:

  • Industry 4.0 objectives
  • Project life cycle
  • Managing technical documents
  • Producing products with CAD and CAM
  • Understanding electrical systems
  • Cloud computing and SCADA
  • Network configuration
  • Troubleshooting cyber-physical systems, digital and industrial controls.

 

This is only available for trainees through an arrangement with an employer.

Available from: 9 November 2020

Diploma
State ID: GAB96
Industry Engineering and Mining

Applied Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics skill set

Develop your knowledge in mechanical design, performance analysis in fluid statics and many more skills for the power and energy sectors.

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Manage thermodynamic, fluid mechanics and controllers in power and energy sectors

The skill set will develop your knowledge in carrying out mechanical design and performance analysis in fluid statics, fluid motion, heat and power exchange in steam and similar power plants, engines and refrigeration systems, to name just a few practical purposes. 

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Investigate and review sustainability implications, features and functions of Mechanical Engineering sector
  • Software assisted techniques for applications for fluid and thermodynamic principles in engineering
  • Discover the simulated working environment must be used where the range of conditions reflects realistic workplace situations.
  • Reviewing sustainability implications, functions and features of fluid, thermodynamic and vacuum devices, machines and systems
  • Identify and evaluate hydrodynamic and thermodynamic principles and techniques, analysis techniques, software and software validation techniques
  • Operate, develop and maintain a computer/controller system/program to fullfill project requirements 
  • Report and document results of scoping, principles and techniques identification, evaluation of applications, calculations, component and system layouts, and functional diagrams

     

Next dates for delivery

  • Future dates to be announced.

Fees

$582.65

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
National ID: 52845WA
State ID: BGO44
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate II in Autonomous Workplace Operations

Begin an automation study pathway with this basic course in workplace automation.

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Become part of the wave of future technologies in automation

Automation is just one of the Industry 4.0 trends in accelerating the efficiency of organisations and utilising new and emerging technologies to automate processes. Be ahead of the curve and ensure your path to a job of the future.

This course allows students to develop a good understanding of the emerging technologies in the resources sector. Learn how automation is innovating mobile and fixed plant operations, get an introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and process control operations. These skills are in high demand in the sector, so graduates will be well placed to pursue a traineeship or apprenticeship following this course. 

The course will equip students with the underpinning knowledge and skills to demonstrate:

  • an awareness of an autonomous workplace
  • how it operates
  • what unique safety systems are present
  • how the human-machine interface operates
  • what, why and how data is used within such workplaces.

The course also provides an overview of the historical development of automation, an in-depth coverage of current automation and insight into some future extensions.

Study at Munster Campus three days a week with specialist simulation facilities available to allow students to develop real-world experience.

This course is also available if you are still at school through VET DSS.  Email us to find out more.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Certificate II
State ID: GAB94
Industry Engineering and Mining

Civil Construction - Structural Design, Model and Drafting skill set

This course if for people in Building Information Modeling to up-skill based on current construction industry standards and software. Learn Revit BIM and Robot Structure to analyse CAD models.

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Design structures and models using industry technology

Take your career in Building Information Modeling (BIM) to the next level with analytical and practical design skills based around construction industry standards and software tools.

Discover how to use tools like Revit BIM and Robot Structure analysis to construct and analyse CAD models to Australian design standards. Use your designs to develop detailed plans for workflow management and collaboration across disciplines.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills

  • Knowledge of structural requirements, local building and construction standards, codes and practices
  • Structural mechanics: loads, analysis, materials, and design of members such as columns, beams, trusses and portal frames
  • To model structural elements from basic beams, columns and walls through to more real-life complex examples in addition to exploring a variety of functions such as structural connections and advanced steel
  • Simulating various load conditions to determine the strength and stiffness of structure by reporting component stress, strain and deformations
  • Drafting, scheduling and the production of drawings and specifications for building project
  • Use of BIM Revit Structural (Building Information Modelling) to compile building information ready for planning and design and detailing for construction
      

2021 dates

  • 1 February to 21 June| Mondays from 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$653.15

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
National ID: RII60515
State ID: AZA8
Industry Engineering and Mining
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction Design

Gain the skills to work on infrastructure projects such as roads, railways, buildings. Prepare for a future in civil construction management.  

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Construct your future 

Looking for the skills to participate in the creation of infrastructure facilities such as roads, railways, buildings, water reservoirs, subdivisions, airports, bridges, sewer systems, tunnels, dams and other public works? Establish yourself in this expanding industry and step towards a future in civil construction management with the Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction Design. This course will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for the roles of senior civil works designers, or para-professional designers who support professional engineers.  Once graduated, you will have the expertise to to perform tasks that are broad, specialised, complex, technical, and include strategic areas and initiating activities. You will possess the skills required for the design of complex projects to ensure the implementation of the client site requirements, as well as possessing the technical knowledge to initiate solutions to problems or management requirements.

Gain these skills:

  • Managing the civil works design process
  • Managing program risk
  • Application of safe design principles 
  • Establishing & maintaining a quality system 
Advanced Diploma
National ID: RII50515
State ID: AZE3
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Civil Construction Design

Gain the skills to work as a civil construction designer to support engineers. Learn how to develop site specific work designs.

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The Diploma of Civil Construction Design prepares you for working as a designer or design para-professional who supports professional engineers. They perform tasks involving a high level of autonomy and requiring the application of significant judgement in planning and determining the selection of equipment/roles/techniques for themselves and others. They are required to develop site specific work designs to ensure the implementation of the client’s site requirements. They demonstrate the application of a broad range of technical, managerial, coordination and planning skills.

The course content has been designed and selected as recommended and supported by industry to ensure graduates have a strong understanding of Australian standards, business practices, national codes and guidelines. 

Gain these skills:

  • Schedule and estimation of construction tasks
  • Calculate foundation and footing requirements
  • Manage a project schedule, cost and risk
  • Knowledge of structural requirements, local building and construction standards, codes and practices
  • Structural mechanics: loads, analysis, materials, and design of building members such as columns, beams, trusses and portal frames
  • Simulating various load conditions to determine the strength and stiffness of structure by reporting component stress, strain and deformations
  • Create detail drafting, technical specifications, schedules, and bill of quantities for a building project
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM) implementation through planned coordination to deliver specific project outcomes, time and cost savings
  • Detailed designs of both rural and urban roads, surface and subsurface drainage
  • Investigate location of underground services and their impact on projects
  • Calculating, sizing and selecting infrastructure components
  • Geometric designs to optimize operational efficiency and road safety
  • Analyse, interpret and apply Australian, MRWA and Austroads standards and guides
  • Stormwater capture methods 

Flexible delivery!

For those of you already working in the industry, this course is delivered full time as well as part time, along with flexible learning delivery modes to support full-time workers. Evening delivery will support people unable to attend day classes to obtain a Civil Engineering Diploma qualification, in order to enhance career ambitions and to build and update your knowledge and skills in this rapidly changing industry.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Diploma
State ID: GAB85
Industry Engineering and Mining

Civil Construction Structures Management

Simulate roles such as Civil Construction supervisors to support professional Engineers.

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Students will simulate roles as Civil Construction supervisors to support professional engineers in the design of construction works.

Project scenarios will be used covering key principles and practices of earthworks, and construction materials including concrete, steel and timber.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Schedule and estimation of construction tasks
  • Calculate foundation requirements
  • Manage a project schedule
  • Develop a job plan
  • Adjust job plan as required to ensure required outcomes are achieved
  • Review of project to improve safety, efficiency and effectiveness

 

Next dates for delivery

  • 1 February to 21 June | Mondays from 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$815.25

  

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
State ID: GAB86
Industry Engineering and Mining

Civil Infrastructure Design

Become a technical officer or designer for major infrastructure projects.

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Develop the groundwork for major infrastructure

Learn how to prepare detailed designs of roads and drainage by adopting the simulated role of a technical officer and designer

Tackle project scenarios including greenfield and brownfield sites, creating road and drainage designs to meet job briefs and complying with Australian standards and guides.

Produce engineering designs by using AutoCAD and AutoCAD Civil 3D engineering software programs to enhance and provide students with skills and knowledge for rapid creation and output of civil site design projects.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills

  • Detailed designs of both rural and urban roads, surface/pavements and subsurface drainage
  • Investigate location of underground services and their impact on projects
  • Implementation of traffic control devices to improve road safety for all road users
  • Intersection treatments
  • Pavement types, layers, materials and thicknesses.
  • Calculating, sizing and selecting infrastructure components
  • Geometric designs
  • Analyse, interpret and apply Australian, MRWA and Austroads standards and guides
  • Stormwater capture methods
     

Next dates for delivery

  • 4 February to 24 June | Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$690.65  

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
State ID: GAA35
Industry Engineering and Mining

Drafting and Estimates Skill Set

Create drawings, schedules, estimates, and common tendering document procedures used in Australian electrical work and services.

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Create detailed drawings and estimates for electrical projects

Build your career in electrical design and contracting by understanding on how to create project specific requirements, drawings, schematics, schedules, estimates and common tendering document procedures used in Australian electrical work and services.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills

  • Interpret electrical drawings and diagrams using knowledge of Australian drawing conventions and symbols
  • Create electrical and electronic diagrams, schematics, control circuit diagrams, and documentation using Electrical CAD software
  • Make up material take-off, job list and labour force from information given in project specifications and drawings using electrical estimation software
  • Outline the purpose of a contract and planning to provide electrical services
  • Formatting and compiling documents for successful tender responses
      

Next dates for delivery

1 February to 21 June | Mondays from 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$385.85

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

 

Skill set
National ID: UEE40411
State ID: A135
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate IV in Electrical - Instrumentation

A course for unrestricted electricians, or electrical apprentices in their third or fourth year of study.

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Our Certificate IV in Electrical (Instrumentation) provides eligible persons with the training, skills and knowledge to install, commission, calibrate and maintain modern instrumentation and control systems. This may include loop tuning of multi controller or multi element systems and PLC training where required. 

This course will be of interest to unrestricted electricians, or electrical apprentices in their third or fourth year of study. 

What does the course cover? 
• Engineering Maths • P & I Diagram • Feedback Systems • Pressure • Level • Flow • Temperature • Analysis • Intrinsic Safety  • PID • Fluid Power • Pneumatic Instruments • Variable Speed Drives • Advanced Control

You will be expected to apply your developed knowledge and skills to install, maintain and measure the operational parameters in a supervised work place-typically a production factory. Additionally, you will be required to interpret information, make discretionary judgements and be responsible for your own work outputs.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Certificate IV
State ID: GAC03
Industry Engineering and Mining

Electrical Engineering Project skill set

Learn how to design, plan, manage, and execute electrical engineering projects with the use of industry leading tools and software.

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Discover how to work as part of a diverse engineering team

Learn how to design, plan, manage, and execute electrical engineering projects with the use of industry leading tools and software. Work in the execution of mechatronics-based projects using automation tools such as logic controllers, pneumatic systems, sensors, actuators, automation software, and more.

Gain these skills

  • Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects incorporating all client requirements and system design specification in accordance with Australian standards 
  • Understand and use automation tools such as limit switches, level switches, reflective sensors, I/O devices (e.g. logic controllers), pneumatic and electrical actuators in the execution of electrotechnology projects. 
  • Apply industry and community standards while carrying out engineering activities
  • Produce detailed drawings of electrical control circuitry and layout 
  • Analyse risk in line with Australian safety standards and develop a comprehensive risk management plan for any given electrotechnology project
  • Project manage the complete lifecycle of the design process from conception and initiation, to planning, execution, performance/monitoring and project close
     

Next dates for delivery

  • 4 February to Tuesday 24 June | Thursdays weekly 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$477.01

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study.

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
National ID: UEE21911
State ID: A113
Industry Engineering and Mining

Certificate II in Electronics

Learn practical electronics skills in this highly sought after course.

Looking for an electrifying career path?

Flick on the switch to a new career in electronics! Get your foot in the door with the Certificate II in Electronics and discover an introduction to the world of electronics to gain knowledgeable and practical workshop skills. 

Gain these skills:

  • assemble and replace electronic components
  • troubleshoot DC circuits
  • use test equipment
  • utilise workplace health and safety and sustainability practices

This qualification will prepare you for higher level studies, which are strongly recommended to enhance your employability skills.

Dual qualification: you may choose to complete the A103 UEE20511 Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair, in the same semester. Ask us about this exciting option.

Certificate II
National ID: UEE40711
State ID: A137
Industry Engineering and Mining

Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications

Join the skillful and practical world of electronics as you become a technician.

Delivered at:


Are you ready for an electronics career helping others get the message?

When you complete the Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications you'll be well on your way to a career as an electronic technician.

You will gain the practical skills and knowledge to assemble, test, maintain, and troubleshoot a range of electronic components and devices. You will develop your skills to fault-find power supplies, amplifiers, communications systems, digital and microcontroller systems. You will write and test programs to control external devices, and utilise workplace health and safety and sustainability practices.

This is a WA priority skills course so lower tuition fees apply and employment prospects are higher.

Dual qualification: at the Thornlie campus a second qualification in A132 UEE40111 Certificate IV in Computer Systems may be readily achieved as many units are common to both qualifications. Ask about this exciting option.

Certificate IV
National ID: MEM60112
State ID: J368
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Advanced Diploma of Engineering

Secure a future as an engineering technician, detailed drafter, or maintenance technician.

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Are you ready for a technically advanced engineering career?

Redefine your engineering future with the Advanced Diploma of Engineering. Develop specialised technical skills to step towards a future as an engineering technician, detailed drafter, or maintenance technician. Learn in an advanced training facility with industry-standard equipment and technology, to ensure that you graduate job-ready. 

Gain these skills:

  • carry out mechanical engineering drafting and design
  • analytical work involving manufacturing and fabrication techniques
  • understand the application of engineering principles, systems, and processes
  • draw and design mechanical equipment
  • maintain mechanical systems
  • workplace health and safety

Graduates are typically employed in areas such as computer aided design and drafting, process plant drafting and design, machine drafting and design, air conditioning drafting and design, shipbuilding drafting and design, plant maintenance supervision (building on a trade background), and other general engineering and technical positions.

Completion of the Advanced Diploma of Engineering opens up a range of further study options, and may produce advanced standing towards a university degree.

Specialist applied engineering facility at Munster campus

Students study this course at our state-of-the-art Applied Engineering building at Munster campus, featuring mechatronics labs and technical engineering workshop rooms. In our courses, you'll have access to modern equipment such as 3D printers, laser cutters, civil engineering compression labs to name just a few.

New: Night time course option in term 4, October. Monday and Tuesday nights.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Advanced Diploma
National ID: MEM40105
State ID: WA97
Industry Engineering and Mining

Certificate IV in Engineering (Electrical Instrumentation)

Become a higher engineering or a special class engineering tradesperson in mechanical, electrical/electronic or fabrication trade disciplines.

Delivered at:


Engineer your trade career!

The Certificate IV in Engineering (Electrical Instrumentation) prepares you for employment as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II, in mechanical, electrical/electronic or fabrication trade disciplines. Advance your career further by learning additional knowledge and skills to apply across different trade areas.

Gain these skills:

  • design, assemble, manufacture, install, modify, test, fault find, commission, maintenance and service of equipment and machinery
  • fabrication of structures and assemblies
  • manufacture of sheet metal work
  • use of relevant machinery, equipment and joining techniques

Machinery and equipment can include fluid power systems, stationary and mobile equipment, instruments, refrigeration, and the use of computer controlled machine tools. Students will learn in industry-standard facilities with advanced technologies and equipment to gain hands-on, job-ready skills. 

If you would like to enrol as an extension of your existing electrical trade or would like a part time option, see the Certificate IV in Engineering - Instrumentation course page.

 

Certificate IV
National ID: MEM40105
State ID: WT46
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate IV in Engineering (Instrumentation)

Get your skills recognised and advance your engineering career to secure that dream job today.

Delivered at:


Are you working in the engineering industry and looking to advance your career further? The Certificate IV in Engineering (Instrumentation) has been specifically designed for any qualified tradesperson such as unrestricted electricians, electrical fitters, engineers in the resource industry, refrigeration technicians, or for apprentices in their third or fourth year of study. Learn to install, commission, calibrate and maintain modern instrumentation and control systems, as well as loop turning of multi controller or multi element systems. Our skilled staff and industry-standard facilities prepare you with job-ready skills. 

Gain these skills:

  • PLC training
  • P & I diagram
  • Feedback systems
  • Intrinsic safety
  • Analytical skills
  • Pressure, level, flow & temperature
  • PID
  • Fluid power
  • Pneumatic instruments
  • Variable speed drives
  • Valve sizing 
  • Advanced control 
  • Engineering maths 

A significant portion of this course is available for Recognition of Prior Learning. If you hold an electrical trade license or Certificate III in Engineering, we offer units to enable you to complete this qualification.  They are:

  • MEM18064B                       Maintain instrumentation system components
  • MEM18054B                       Fault find, test and calibrate instrumentation systems and equipment
  • MEM18062B                       Install, maintain and calibrate instrumentation sensors, transmitters and final control elements
  • MEM18060B                       Maintain, repair control instrumentation - single and multiple loop control systems
  • MEM18067B                       Tune control loops - multi controller or multi element systems
  • MEM10004B                       Enter and change programmable controller operational parameters (optional but recommended)
  • MEM10005B                       Commission programmable controller programs (optional but recommended)

See below for all units which complete this course.

Certificate IV
National ID: MEM31215
State ID: AWG6
Industry Defence
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate III in Engineering - Industrial Electrician

Designed in collaboration with the resources industry this course meets the demand for skilled workers in industrial electrotechnology.

Delivered at:


South Metropolitan TAFE has developed this course in collaboration with the oil, gas and resources industry to meet demand for skilled workers in industrial electrotechnology. Our training and assessment strategies ensure the industry has the best talent available. We are also the only provider that runs this course in Australia.

Students will be taught the analytical, technical and practical skills required to become a competent electrical technician ready for the complex processes and systems encountered in industrial environments. They will learn how to select, set-up, install, test, commission, fault-find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in oil/gas installations, process plants and mine sites. On completion, graduates will be eligible to apply for an unrestricted electrical licence from Energy Safety/Department of Commerce, enabling them to work as an electrician.

Gain these skills:

  • Development, analysis and fault finding of electromagnetic circuits, DC circuits, and single and three phase AC electrical circuits
  • Interpretation and development of electrical process control drawings, diagrams and schedules
  • Operation, control, protection and fault finding of DC motors, synchronous AC motors and asynchronous AC motors (single and three phase AC)
  • Operation, testing and fault finding single and three phase transformers
  • Installing and testing/verifying non-domestic and domestic electrical installations to comply with regulatory requirements
  • Selection of cables and circuit protection devices for non-domestic and domestic electrical installations
  • Design, operation and connection of control circuits used in industrial installations
  • Commissioning and decommissioning of low voltage and high voltage equipment and installations
  • Operation, programming and maintenance of programmable controllers
  • Operation, control and maintenance of electrical generation equipment

 

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 July 2020 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees, capped at $1,200; or $400 (plus resource fee) if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Certificate III
National ID: MEM30205
State ID: WT86
Industry Defence
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Mechanical Fitter ZA)

Launch your trades career as a machinist, mechanical fitter, metal plater or plant mechanic in mining, automotive, or hydraulics.

Are you looking for a career making and fixing all things mechanical?

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter ZA) you'll be looking at a trades career as a machinist metal, mechanical fitter, metal plater or plant mechanic in industries such as mining, automotive, or hydraulics.

Gain these skills:

  • work with pumps and hydraulics
  • work with pneumatic systems
  • work with mechanical drives and transmissions
  • use workshop machines
  • use hand and power tools
  • arc welding
  • thermal cutting
  • measuring
  • technical drawing
  • workplace health and safety
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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2020 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees, capped at $1,200; or $400 (plus resource fee) if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Certificate III
National ID: MEM30505
State ID: W240
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate III in Engineering - Technical

Lay the groundwork to a career in engineering drafting, or as an engineering associate.

Delivered at:


Are you ready to engineer a mechanically technical career?

Join an industry that is continually growing and evolving with new technologies! Students will learn theoretical components, as well as participating in hands-on workshop projects that will develop your skills and knowledge around general engineering concepts. These projects will help you develop your understanding of how drawings are transformed into buildings and manufactured items. 

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Technical you've laid the groundwork to a career in engineering drafting, or as an engineering associate.

Gain these skills:

  • provide technical support in mechanical engineering research, design, operations, and maintenance
  • technical drawing
  • computer aided drafting
  • materials testing
  • hand tools
  • measuring
  • workplace health and safety

Specialist applied engineering facility at Munster campus

Students study this course at our state-of-the-art Applied Engineering building at Munster campus, featuring mechatronics labs and technical engineering workshop rooms. In our courses, you'll have access to modern equipment such as 3D printers, laser cutters, civil engineering compression labs to name just a few.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Certificate III
National ID: MEM50212
State ID: J367
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Engineering - Technical

Pursue a career in the mechanical, mechatronic, manufacturing and maintenance engineering fields.

Delivered at:


Are you ready for a technically advanced engineering career?

Advance your career with a technical engineering qualification. The Diploma of Engineering - Technical covers a diverse range of theoretical and technical skills for pursuing a career in the mechanical, mechatronic, manufacturing and maintenance engineering fields. This course emphasises the transfer of theoretical concepts to practical real-life applications to ensure our students graduate with job-ready skills. 

Gain these skills:

  • engineering drafting and design
  • analytical work involving manufacturing and fabrication techniques
  • application of engineering principles, systems and processes
  • drawing and designing mechanical equipment
  • maintain mechanical systems
  • workplace health and safety

Completion of this course opens up a range of further study options, and may also produce advanced standing towards a relevant university degree.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Diploma
State ID: GAA31
Industry Engineering and Mining

Engineering Energy Sector Skill Set

Get a solid foundation in applied electrical engineering.

Delivered at:


Solve practical electrical engineering problems

Learn the calculation techniques starting from a solid foundation and extending to advanced mathematical processes such as algebra, statistics and MATLAB Software. Further develop strategies to address environment and sustainability issues in the energy sector and your understanding of an organisation's occupational health and safety policies and procedures.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.
  

Gain these skills:

  • How to apply the basic and advanced mathematics to solve problems
  • How to understand and produce reports
  • How to analyse and interpret workplace documents, tables and charts
  • How to apply an extensive knowledge of sustainable energy systems and components, workplace safety policies and procedures
      

Next dates for delivery

2 February to 22 June | Tuesdays from 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$637.74

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
National ID: UEE62111
State ID: A175
Industry Defence
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical

Become a specialist in automation, mechatronics, administering or upgrading infrastructure, among many other engineering skills.

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This course leads to a job of the future with STEM skills highly prized in the implementation of smart homes (Internet of Things), automated industrial production line mechatronics, administering or upgrading infrastructure for small to large scale businesses among many other innovative applications.

Gain these skills

  • programmable logic controllers using the industry-based system Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
  • electrical design
  • motor control
  • computer programming
  • diagnose faults or malfunctions in electrical systems
  • provide alternative approaches or solutions
  • software applications
  • pneumatic systems

Specialist applied engineering facility at Munster campus

Students study this course at our state-of-the-art Applied Engineering building at Munster campus, featuring mechatronics labs and technical engineering workshop rooms. In our courses, you'll have access to modern equipment such as 3D printers, laser cutters, civil engineering compression labs to name just a few.

High school students can enter directly into this qualification upon completion of high school if they have obtained their WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) equivalent.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Advanced Diploma
State ID: GAB03
Industry Engineering and Mining

Industrial Control System Programming Skill Set

Develop your skills in computer-based measurement and programming - a strong laboratory and project-based course.

Delivered at:


Develop your skills in computer based measurement, programming and control

Explore PLC and SCADA systems in this skill set where our strong laboratory and project based approach provides students with practical experience in using these systems in an industry environment. Students will gain experience in working with a small scale system involving designing, programming, fault finding, testing and networking.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Next dates for delivery

  • 2 February to 22 June |  Tuesdays 4:30pm to 8:30pm

Fees

$695.97

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

  

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
National ID: 22527VIC
State ID: AB91
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate II in Integrated Technologies (Pre-vocational) (Robotics Control Systems)

Prepare for a career in networking, electronics or robotics.

Delivered at:


Transform your career with robotics

Robots are taking over many routine tasks across numerous industries, particularly in the mining and engineering sectors, so now is the time to embrace this era of automation by learning robotics.

This course will provide introductory robotics skills to prepare you for a career as a network, electronics or robotics technician.

Gain these skills:

  • use 3D printing to create products
  • install and test embedded controls systems
  • build a network to establish end-to-end connectivity.
  • learn safe work practices in an integrated technology environment
  • configure and program a basic robotic system by installing, setup and test embedded controls system
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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Certificate II
State ID: GAA32
Industry Engineering and Mining

Machines and Motors Skill Set

Designed to develop your skills in the analysis, operation and application of industrial electrical systems.

Delivered at:


Get your motors running

Develop theoretical and practical skills in the analysis, operation and application of industrial electrical systems. Learn to apply your knowledge to areas such as air-conditioning power systems, rotating machines, calculation of circuit network parameters, maintenance in ore handling operations, motor selection, maintenance techniques and motor protection.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.
   

Next dates for delivery

 3 February to 23 June | Wednesdays from 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$777.40
  

Requirements of the course:

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
State ID: GAA28
Industry Engineering and Mining

Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Coordination Skill Set

This skill set is designed to develop your skills in leadership, innovation and continuous improvement. Choose the electrical or mechanical stream.

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The Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Coordination skill set is part of the MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical,  nationally recognised qualification. It is designed to develop your skills in leadership, innovation and continuous improvement, planning and estimating, quality assurance/compliance, systems and IT.

You can choose to focus on either the electrical or mechanical stream of this skill set.

In this course you will develop skills in:

  • Designing maintenance strategies, procedures and methods for asset management
  • Planning and scheduling planned and unplanned work
  • Diagnosing breakdown problems
  • Carrying out quality inspections on jobs
  • Liaising with client departments and customers
  • Arranging specialist procurement of fixtures, fittings or components
  • Controlling maintenance tools, stores and equipment
  • Monitoring and controlling maintenance costs
  • Dealing with emergency and unplanned problems and repairs
  • Writing maintenance strategies to help with installation and commissioning guidelines

Next dates for delivery

  • 28 April to 22 September | Wednesdays from 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$821.29

Skill set
State ID: GAB97
Industry Engineering and Mining

Mechanical Engineering Design, Modelling and Drafting skill set

Develop analytical and practical design skills to understand mechanical industry standards and software.

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Take your career in engineering design to the next level

The skill set will offer you the analytical and practical design skills to understand mechanical industry standards and software.

Discover how to use tools like Solidworks simulation and CAE to construct and analyse design and evaluate its performance to Australian standards and codes. Use your designs to develop detailed schedules for workflow management and collaboration across teams or support functional groups.

This course is ideal for FIFO workers - talk to us about how you can study this course flexibly.

Gain these skills:

  • Knowledge of engineering-related analysis processes and techniques to investigate, synthesise and develop proposals, evaluate feasibility against criteria such as quality, cost efficiency, safety, and innovation 
  • To model/prototype to test and then reworked as necessary until an acceptable outcome is achieved in addition to exploring a variety of functions such as collision and interference detection
  • Simulating various load conditions (static and dynamic) to determine the strength and stiffness of members/assembly by reporting component stress, strain, deformations, shear and torsion
  • Drafting, scheduling and the production of detail drawings and specifications for mechanical assembly and commissioning
  • Project manage the complete life cycle of the design process including conception and initiation, planning, execution, performance/monitoring, and project close
      

Next dates for delivery

5 February to 25 June | Fridays weekly 5pm to 8pm

Fees

$678.15

Requirements of the course

This course requires both on-campus practical and theory classes; and connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study. 

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 On-campus practical and theory classes:
For 3 hours every week, you will need to attend workshops and lectures on-campus. 

 

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 Connectivity to learning management systems for self-paced study:
Once enrolled, you will receive information about how to login to our eCampus. Your study will include 6 to 8 hours a week using Blackboard, where you will access learning content, assignments, lesson plans and pre-reading for classes, at your place of choice, on or off-campus. To access the full suite of software activities, you will need to use College computers at Munster campus.

Skill set
National ID: PMA20116
State ID: BAN1
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Certificate II in Process Plant Operations

Learn the fundamentals of process plant operations by completing this entry-level course.

Delivered at:


Kick start your career in process plant operations! Our Certificate II in Process Plant Operations offers students exposure to the fundamentals of process plant operations. You will learn to use and operate production equipment to directly produce particular materials and substances. 

This course forms part of the Chemical, Hydrocarbons and Oil Refining Training Package (PMA16) and offers a number of specialist unit streams. It is typically used to prepare new employees or develop existing workers performing an operational role in the following chemical, hydrocarbons or refining sectors.

  • fine chemicals
  • heavy chemicals
  • petrochemicals
  • hydrocarbon extraction
  • hydrocarbon transmission
  • hydrocarbon processing/refining
  • minerals processing/refining
  • metalliferous processing/refining
  • metals smelting/processing
  • other related areas

Specialised facility at Munster Campus 

Students study this course at our state-of-the-art engineering building at Munster campus, featuring a real-life operating plant, an attached control room and technical engineering workshop rooms. 
 

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Certificate II
National ID: PMA60116
State ID: BAM9
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price in 2021
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Advanced Diploma of Process Plant Technology

This is an advanced qualification for those looking to go to university or advance their career standing in the exciting resources industry.

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The Advanced Diploma of Process Plant Technology PMA60116 is an advanced qualification for both school leavers and/or industry professionals looking to progress through to university studies and/or advance their career standing.

For industry professionals looking to advance their career, the Advanced Diploma of Process Plant Technology is a technical qualification for para-professionals who undertake technical projects such as plant modifications, energy and mass balances, risk management & safety cases either individually or as part of a project team where they have a significant technical role. They may have worked their way up through the process plant operation/technology certificate and diploma qualifications or may have entered the industry at this level, either from another industry or trade occupation.

Looking for a qualification that can progress you through to university studies? The Advanced Diploma of Process Plant Technology is accredited by Engineers Australia, the largest and most diverse professional body for engineers in the nation. It is eligible for advanced standing at Edith Cowan University (1.5 years) or Curtin University (1 year). In order to obtain the advanced standing, the completion of the Engineers Australia skillset is required. This is undertaken in the second semester of the course. 

Career outcomes within the oil & gas industry include Person in Charge (PIC) and Offshore Installation Manager (OIM), while other roles in the resource sector include Superintendent, Advanced Engineering Tradesperson, Project Analyst, Project Coordinator and more.

The course is competency-based, which requires those undertaking the training to prove competence either by face to face learning or by completing practical assessments in the work place, as well as showing theoretical competence.

Specialised facility at Munster Campus 

Students study this course at our state-of-the-art engineering building at Munster campus, featuring a real-life operating plant, an attached control room and technical engineering workshop rooms. 

Advanced Diploma
National ID: PMA50116
State ID: BAN5
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^
VET Student Loans (VSL)

Diploma of Process Plant Technology

Looking to move into a management role in the oil and gas industry? This course will give you the skills to become a leader in the resources sector.

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The Diploma of Process Plant Technology PMA50116 is aimed at both professionals with experience working in the oil & gas and process plant technology industry looking to advance their career, and students without industry experience who would like a university qualification in engineering.

It is a technical qualification for technologists or para-professionals who undertake projects such as plant modifications, energy and mass balances, risk management & safety cases either individually, or as part of a project team. They may have worked their way up through the process plant operation/technology certificate or may have entered the industry at this level, either from another industry or trade occupation.

The course is designed to qualify graduates to move into management roles. The qualification also leads directly into the Advanced Diploma of Process Plant Technology PMA60116.

Career outcomes within the oil & gas industry include Person in Charge (PIC) and Offshore Installation Manager (OIM), while other roles in the resource sector include Superintendent, Advanced Engineering Tradesperson, Project Analyst, Project Coordinator and more.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

Diploma
National ID: 52844WA
State ID: BGO43
Industry Engineering and Mining
Half price^

Course in Working Effectively in an Automated Workplace

Learn to use data for automation in workplaces.

Delivered at:


Begin your career in the exciting world of automation

This introductory course will prepare students how to use data and work effectively in a workplace using automation.

Automation is just one of the Industry 4.0 trends in accelerating the efficiency of organisations, utilising new and emerging technologies to automate processes. Be ahead of the curve and ensure your path to a job of the future.

This course is ideal for apprentices looking to extend their skills as an add-on to their apprenticeship, or the units can form part of an apprenticeship. For those not already registered as an apprentice, this course is also suitable as it gives newcomers to the industry a chance to explore the world of automation. 

Attendance is at Munster campus, as a four day face to face course.

Units included in this course:

AWADAT0001 – Use Data in an Automated Workplace 
The unit investigates the types and sources of data, how data is used and why this understanding of data is vital to working effectively in an automated workplace.

AWAAUT0002 – Work in an Automated Workplace
The unit examines what an automated workplace is, how it has evolved, how it is controlled, where it can be applied, and what processes and procedures ensure it functions safely, efficiently and effectively. It emphasises the roles within an automated workplace, the communications skills needed and the importance of the human-machine-interface. The unit equips workers with the knowledge and skills to work alongside automated equipment.

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This qualification is directly aligned with priority industry areas where the jobs are today, and into the future. As part of the state government Lower fees, local skills initiative, from 1 January 2021 through to 31 December 2021 you'll only pay half the course fees (plus resource fee), capped at $1,200; or $400 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

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