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Engineering is the branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building and use of engines, machines, and structures. Engineering encompasses a diverse range of areas including fitters, machinists, boilermakers, sheetmetal workers, welders, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics, engineering technicians, detailed drafters, and maintenance technicians. Our hands-on qualifications, advanced technologies and purpose built facilities, including an operating gas plant, ensure our students graduate skilled and job-ready. Western Australia’s engineering industry is very closely linked to the mining and construction industries and offers a wide range of career opportunities. 

 

Plan your study pathway in engineering and mining


National ID State ID Title Qualification level Study mode Campus
GAA29 GAA29 Applied Engineering Drawing and CAD Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
AutoCAD, CAD, Inventor, 2D, Engineering, Drawing, Drafting, Computer, Aided, Design, TAFE, Autodesk, Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, j367, j367 2, mem50212, U000000, U000001, smt0071, gaa29,

You will gain experience in producing industry standard 2D and 3D Engineering Drawings and gain a working knowledge of appropriate standards whilst learning Autodesk’s AutoCAD drafting system. 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.

  • MEM09002B Interpreting Technical Drawings
  • MEM30031A Operate computer-aided design (CAD) system to produce basic drawing elements
  • MEM30032A Produce basic engineering drawings
  • MEM09204A Produce basic engineering detail drawings
  • MEM30033A Use computer-aided design (CAD) system to create and display 3-D models

2019 Dates

  • Commencing July, Term 3, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Commencing October, Term 4, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
GAA30 GAA30 Applied Engineering Mathematics Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
Maths, Engineering, Statics, Dynamics, motion and rotation, engineering materials, engineering stress, algebra, j367, j367 3, mem50212, U000000, U000001, smt0072, GAA30

Students will gain an understanding of using mathematics as a tool to analyse practical problems. This course will also provide a solid foundation for physics and other disciplines.

Topics will include: 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.

  • MEM30007A Select common engineering materials
  • MEM30006A Calculate stresses in simple structures
  • MEM30012A Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment
  • MEM23109A Apply engineering mechanics principles
  • MEM23004A Apply technical mathematics

2019 Dates

  • Commencing July, Term 3, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Commencing October, Term 4, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
RII60515 AZA8 Civil Construction Design Advanced Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Munster
engineering, civil engineering, career civil, structural, drafting, engineering, surveying, J651, TAFE03, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000001, Engineering, RII60513, CAD, computer aided drafting, civil, construction, Q000000, Q000004, rii60515, aza8, TAFEADM, lateapp

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 posses 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 
RII50515 AZE3 Civil Construction Design Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Munster
construction, civil, J666, civil engineering, design, international, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, RII50513, draftsperson, CAD, computer aided drafting, aze3, rii50515

The Diploma of Civil Construction Design reflects the role of personnel working as designers or design para-professionals who support 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.

GAA95 GAA95 Civil Construction Design pre-requisite Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
U000001

2019 Dates

Wednesday July 24 - Wednesday September 25, 2019

GAA34 GAA34 Civil Structural Design, Model and Drafting Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
Structural, Drafting, Design, Civil, construction, Engineering, Drafting, Architectural, CAD, Drawing, AutoCAD, Concrete, Timber, Steel, J666, AZE3, RII50515, Civil Diploma, Distance, Open, ELearning, Evening, skillset, Builders, Registration, licence, White, card, RII50513, U000000, U000001, SMT0094, GAA34,

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 with a course from South Metropolitan TAFE.

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.

Upon completion of the course a student will be able to demonstrate they have learned:

  • 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

This is part of: RII50515 - Diploma of Civil Construction Design, a nationally recognised qualification.

There are prerequisite requirements which are covered as recognition of prior learning (RPL)

2019 Dates

  • Commencing July, Term 3, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Commencing October, Term 4, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
UEE20511 A103 Computer Assembly and Repair Certificate II Full Time
Rockingham
Thornlie
repair, assemble, personal computer, low voltage circuit analysis, circuit boards, computer operating systems, T000000, T000002, electrical, electrotechnology, electronics, engineering, pc, computer, a103, uee20511, TAFE13, L000000, Information, Technology, Library and Digital, L000003, TAFEADM,  Information Communication Technology, hardware, technician, support, lateapp

Looking for a practical computing course?

When you complete the Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair you'll be flicking the switch on a career in computers as a computer assembler and repairer.

Gain these skills:

  • Repair, maintain, assemble and upgrade a personal computer
  • Replace components and circuit boards
  • Use test equipment
  • Learn computer operating systems
  • Low voltage circuit analysis
  • Workshop environments methods
  • Utilise workplace health and safety and sustainability practices 

Higher level studies are strongly recommended to enhance your employability skills.

Dual qualification: you may choose to complete the A113 UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics in the same semester. Ask us about this exciting option.

 

Delivery location plans for Semester 1, 2020:

Good news! This course will also be available in Semester 1, 2020 at our Munster campus! You can apply now - be sure to add Munster campus in your online application.

UEE40111 A132 Computer Systems Certificate IV Full Time
Thornlie
computer hardware, software, network systems, test programs, web pages, computer systems technician, Computers, Electrotechnology, Electronics, service, upgrade, repair, computer, computer, system, engineering, Information, Technology, Digital, Communication

Are you ready for a technology career hardwired for success?

When you complete the Certificate IV in Computer Systems you'll be well on your way to an exciting IT career. Gain skills that employers will value for a computer systems technician.

Gain these skills:

  • select, install, commission, fault find and maintain computer hardware
  • select, install, commission, fault find and maintain software and network systems including wireless
  • support engineering application software and hardware 
  • write and test programs to control external devices 
  • build web pages
  • utilise workplace health and safety and sustainability practices

By completing this course at South Metropolitan TAFE you'll also gain valuable skills to prepare for external Cisco CCNA certification.

Dual qualification: a second qualification in A137 UEE40711 Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications may be readily achieved as many units are common to both qualifications. Ask about this exciting option.

SM TAFE actively promotes the employment availability of course graduates to key industry partners and organisations. We also seek expressions of interest from organisations for the placement of our students into work experience. We endeavour to assist students into a career pathway, but please be aware that neither employment nor work experience placement is guaranteed by us.

See our IT Training Facebook page

@ITtrainingSMTAFE

 

UEE50111 A155 Computer Systems Engineering Diploma Full Time
Thornlie
T000000, T000002, TAFEADM,  Electrotechnology, Computer, PC, Engineering, Electronics, repair, service, upgrade, cite, computer, system, systems, engineer, engineering, administration, a155, uee50111, TAFE13, L000000, Information, Technology, Library, Digital, L000003, Q000000, Q000009, lateapp

Are you ready for a high end technology career?

When you complete the Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering you'll be well on your way to a career as an engineering associate, technical officer, or computer systems technician.

You will gain the skills and knowledge to assemble, test, maintain, and troubleshoot a range of electronic devices and computer systems. You will develop your skills to fault-find digital and microcontroller systems, and develop skills in design, configuration and fault-finding computer networks. This course also includes PCB CAD design, microcontroller and object oriented code programming.

By completing this course at South Metropolitan TAFE you'll also gain valuable skills in Cisco CCNA and Cisco Wireless.

Dual qualification: Students will have the opportunity to concurrently complete A160 UEE50511 Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering with this course as many units are common to both courses. Ask for more information.

SM TAFE actively promotes the employment availability of course graduates to key industry partners and organisations. We also seek expressions of interest from organisations for the placement of our students into work experience. We endeavour to assist students into a career pathway, but please be aware that neither employment nor work experience placement is guaranteed by us.

UEESS00052 AB672 Data Communications - Install and Modify Performance Data Communication Structured Cabling Skill set Full Time
Thornlie
Data, install, modify, communications, telcom, cabling, performance, fibre, optic, optical, telephone, cable, balga, Q000000, Q000015, UEENEEF105A, wc461, TAFE13

To enrol into this course you must already have an Open Cabling registration.
UEENEEF105A - Install and modify optical fibre performance data communication cabling.

On completion of this unit of competency the student will be able to register with any of the ACMA registrar for endorsement on fibre cabling.

The student will cover the installation and modification of high performance data communication optical fibre cabling in building and premises and intended for connection of a telecommunications network.

This course encompasses working safely and to standards, installing multiple data lines and backbones using optical fibre cabling, terminating at distributors, splices and on socket outlets, testing and compliance checks and completing cabling documentation.

The cost of the course will include the consumables and the student will be required to bring their own PPE (safety glasses and safety footwear). The students can bring their own hand tools but the college will provide otherwise.
 

UEE20711 A104 Data and Voice Communications Certificate II Full Time
Rockingham
Thornlie
TAFEADM,  telecommunications, cabling, cable, data, electrical, electronics, smart, a104, uee20711, TAFE13, Q000000, Information, Technology, Library and Digital, Q000015, Information Communication Technology, technician, phone, lateapp, cabler, telecommunications technician, electrotechnological, cabling drawings, standards, codes, specifications, Australian Communications and Media Authority

Are you looking for an electronics career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate II in Data and Voice Communications you'll be flicking the switch on a career in electronics, as a data cabler or telecommunications technician (with additional training).

You will gain the following knowledge and practical skills: 

  • install and maintain telecommunication cabling 
  • secure electrotechnological equipment
  • assemble and dismantle components
  • use cabling drawings
  • understand standards, codes and specifications and
  • workplace health and safety

It includes ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) requirements for open cabler registration.

GAA35 GAA35 Drafting and Estimates Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
electrotechnology, electronics, communications, single path circuits, low voltage, repairs, electronic apparatus, dc power supplies, single phase, digital subsystems, amplifiers, frequency dependent circuits, complex power supplies, A175, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000001, Engineering, uee62111, engineering associate, p000017, smt0152, GAA35,

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 is a Blackboard Learning Management System based course (online). Access to AutoCAD and AutoCAD Electrical and Estimation software is mandatory.

There are prerequisite requirements which are covered as Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) based on previous qualification and work experience.

Pre-requisite units:

  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEENEEE102A Fabricate, dismantle, assemble of utilities industry components
  • UEENEEE107A Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications

Course Outline:

  • UEENEEC005B - Estimate electrotechnology projects W7735
  • UEENEEE071B - Write specifications for electrical engineering projects W7858
  • UEENEED104A - Use engineering applications software on personal computers WC388
  • UEENEED101A - Use computer applications relevant to a workplace WC385
  • UEENEEE190A - Prepare engineering drawings using manual drafting and CAD for electrotechnology utilities applications WC454

Upon completion of the course a student will be able to demonstrate they have learned:

  • 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

This is part of UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical, a nationally recognised qualification.

Part time evening class with a combination of face to face and Blackboard delivery.

2019 Dates

  • Commencing July, Term 3, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Commencing October, Term 4, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
UEE40411 A135 Electrical - Instrumentation Certificate IV Part Time
Munster
Rockingham
electrical, electronic, instrument, instrumentation, electrician, fitter, engineering, wt46, mem40105, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, designer, a135, uee40411,

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.

S0010P S0010P Electrical Contractors Nominees Licence/Electrical Contractors Licence Course Short Course Part Time
Thornlie
Electrical, contractor, contractors, pwa0022, ecl, S0010P

Full Electrical Contractors Course

The full electrical contractors course includes both nominee and business components.

Course content

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course provides theoretical and practical training and is designed to enhance participants’ existing skill sets. The program will not only build upon your current electrical trade studies, it will also improve and refresh your knowledge of:

• statutory requirements (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• legislation and process (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• inspection and testing of electrical installation work (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• business task management and monitoring business operations (Electrical Contractors Licence)

Electrical Contractors Licence course consists of four mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements
  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

Electrical Contractors Nominees / In-house Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements

Electrical Contractors Business Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

 

 

Next dates for delivery of in-house license units:

17 February
16 March
4 May
22 June

Fees for the course are:

Nominees – $880 ($440.00 per unit)
Business – $995 ($497.50 per unit)

UEE33011 A131 Electrical Fitting Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Rockingham
Thornlie
T000000, T00000, electrical, electrotechnology, fitting, engineering, a131, uee33011, TAFE13, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000009, Electrical and Electrotechnology, apprenticeship, wiring, install, apprenticeship

This qualification will provide you with the skills and knowledge to manufacture, fit, assemble, erect, operate, test, fault find, alter, repair electrical equipment and includes electrical wiring work only if that work is associated with assembling, maintaining, terminating or altering the wiring between electrical components within a plant or machinery. You will learn to solve problem in d.c. circuits and in single and three phase low voltage machines, develop and connect electrical control circuits and use diagrams, standards, codes and specifications.

GAB08 GAB08 Electrical Navy Gap (ET and MT) Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Rockingham
D000001, Q000009, navy, electrical

This qualification provides competencies to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in buildings and premises. It includes ERAC requirements for an Electrician's licence.

This course comprises two components:

1. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

2. Class delivery of 5 units

  • UEENEEE137A - Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work
  • UEENEEG063A - Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG107A - Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG103A - Install low voltage wiring and accessories
  • UEENEEG104A - Install appliances, switchgear and associated accessories for low voltage electrical installations.

Pre-requisite:
Civilians and individuals who have departed or are near departing the Navy

2019 Dates

Monday 21 October to 11 December 2019 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday nights each week)

S0056P S0056P Electrical Requirements Short Course Part Time
Thornlie
Electrical, contractor, contractors, Q000000, Q000009, ecl, S0010P

Full Electrical Contractors Course

To be eligible you must hold a current electrical workers licence, restricted licence is not acceptable.

The full electrical contractors course includes both nominee and business components.

  • Nominee component includes five days face to face
  • Business component includes online learning plus one day of assessment maximum six months to complete

Business and Nominee contractors courses can be completed separately.

To make a booking or any general enquiries please use the web form on this page.

Course content

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course provides theoretical and practical training and is designed to enhance participants’ existing skill sets. The program will not only build upon your current electrical trade studies, it will also improve and refresh your knowledge of:

• statutory requirements (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• legislation and process (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• inspection and testing of electrical installation work (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• business task management and monitoring business operations (Electrical Contractors Licence)*

* Please note: If you are not working within an electrical contracting company, a person other than an electrical contractor may hold the business aspect of the licence. In this case, the electrical work will only be completed, under that aspect of the licence, by an electrician employed by that company and nominated by that same employer as the Nominees/In-house Licence holder.

Electrical Contractors Licence course consists of four mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements
  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

Electrical Contractors Nominees / In-house Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A - Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 - Electrical Requirements

Electrical Contractors Business Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0058P  EA102 - Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B - General Legislative Requirements

Course materials required

Students are required to obtain the following materials prior to course commencement.

From South Metropolitan TAFE:
AS/NZS 3000 and all amendments
AS/NZS 3008.1.1
AS/NZS 3760
AS/NZS 3017

From State Law Publisher
ph 6552 6000
8.30am to 4.30pm
Electrical (Licencing) Regulations 1991 and all amendments
Electricity Regulations 1947
WA Electrical Requirements
. This can be downloaded directly from http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/wa-electrical-requirements-waer or call Energy Safety on 6251 2000, Level 1, 303 Sevenoaks Street Cannington WA 6107

Standards Australia are subject to change without notice and all students should check for the latest version and amendments at purchase.

S0056P 2019 Dates

  • Monday August 5 - Friday August 9, 2019
  • Monday September 16 - Friday September 20, 2019
  • Monday October 21 - Friday October 25, 2019
  • Monday November 18 - Friday November 22, 2019
S0057P S0057P Electrical Trade Revision Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Rockingham
Thornlie
electrical, revision, electrician, Q000000, Q000009, ZZ000000,

The Electrical Trade Revision course is for 4th year apprentices. The aim of the course is to provide apprentices the opportunity to review and revise the electrical principles and essential performance criteria they have covered in the past 4 years.

The following subjects are covered:

  • Technical Standards
  • Installation testing and isolation procedures
  • Maximum demand
  • Cable selection
  • Circuit protection
  • Appliance testing
  • Electrical theory

 

UEE21911 A113 Electronics Certificate II Full Time
Part Time
Traineeship
Munster
Rockingham
Thornlie
electronic components, DC circuits, test equipment, electrical, electrotechnology, electronics, engineering, hardware, traineeship, UEE21911, A113

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.

 

UEE40711 A137 Electronics and Communications Certificate IV Full Time
Part Time
Traineeship
Thornlie
L000000, T000005, TAFEADM, pc, Computers, Electrotechnology, Electronics, service, upgrade, repair, computer, cite, telecommunications, A137, uee40711, TAFE13, Q000000, L000000, L000005,  Q000015, Q000009, Telecommunications, hardware, cabling, technician, D000000, p000017, D000001, lateapp

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.

SM TAFE actively promotes the employment availability of course graduates to key industry partners and organisations. We also seek expressions of interest from organisations for the placement of our students into work experience. We endeavour to assist students into a career pathway, but please be aware that neither employment nor work experience placement is guaranteed by us.

UEE50511 A160 Electronics and Communications Engineering Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Thornlie
L000000, L000005, TAFEADM, Electrotechnology, Electronics, engineering, electrical, centre for it excellence, cite, telecommunications, a160, uee50511, TAFE13, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000001, Q000000, Q000009, Q000015, Engineering, engineering associate, D000000, D000001, p000017, lateapp

Are you ready to join the ranks of electronics professionals?

Advance your career in electronics and communications with the Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering.  With this technical qualification, you will gain specialised knowledge and extensive skills across the electrical engineering field to progress towards a career as an engineering associate, technical officer, or electronic systems technician. Our purpose-built facility features advanced technologies and equipment to ensure students are learning in an industry-standard setting. 

Gain these skills:

  • assemble, test, maintain, and troubleshoot a range of electronic components and devices
  • fault-find power supplies, amplifiers, communications systems, digital and microcontroller systems
  • write and test programs to control devices
  • commission and modify electronic systems
  • develop design briefs
  • supervise a team
  • workplace health and safety and sustainability practices

Dual qualification: At our Thornlie campus you will have the opportunity to concurrently complete UEE50111 Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering, as many of the units are common to both courses. Ask for more information.

UEE22011 AA41 Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Full Time
Rockingham
Thornlie
Electrical, Electrician, electronics, build, building, wb60, aa41, uee22011, Building and Construction, Electrical and Electrotechnology, sparky, instrumentation, electrical servicing, construction industry, power tools, interpret drawings, electronic measurements, solder components

Are you looking for an electrical career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)(Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll be what employers are looking for as an apprentice in the electrical, instrumentation or electrical servicing trades.

You will gain the knowledge and practical skills to:

  • work effectively in the construction industry
  • use hand and power tools
  • interpret drawings
  • take electrical and electronic measurements
  • solder components
  • workplace health and safety
UEE30811 A123 Electrotechnology Electrician Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Rockingham
Thornlie
T000000, T000001, electrical, electrotechnology, electronics, engineering, pc, computer, a123, uee30811, TAFE13, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000009, Electrical and Electrotechnology, electrician, sparky, license, apprenticeship

Are you looking for an electrical career and current skills?

When you complete the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician you'll be looking at a career as a licensed electrician (additional requirements apply).

You will gain the knowledge and practical skills to work effectively in the construction industry, installing low voltage wiring, switchgear and appliances, arrange and connect circuits, troubleshoot and problem solve apparatus and circuits, using hand and power tools, interpreting drawings, taking electrical and electronic measurements, and workplace health and safety.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM60112 J368 Engineering Advanced Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Munster
Engineering, Mechanical, j368, mem60112, Engineering and Mining, Engineering associate, drafting, draftperson, draftsperson, design, technical

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.

MEM40105 W245 Engineering Certificate IV Part Time
Self Paced
Rockingham
z, metals, welding, engineering, machining, fitting, automotive, plant, refrigeration, airconditioning, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, w245, mem40105

The Certificate IV in Engineering specifies the competencies required for employment as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II in mechanical, electrical/electronic or fabrication trade disciplines. The job role involves application of additional skills in the learner's trade or cross skills from other trades. Job roles may include the design, assembly, manufacture, installation, modification, testing, fault finding, commissioning, maintenance and service of equipment and machinery, the fabrication of structures and assemblies, manufacture of sheet metal work, as well as 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.

 

 

MEM40105 WA97 Engineering (Electrical Instrumentation) Certificate IV Apprenticeship
Part Time
Munster
WA97, Engineering, Electrical, Instrumentation, Engineering and Mining, MEM40105, apprenticeship

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. 

MEM40105 WT44 Engineering (Fluid Power) Certificate IV Part Time
Rockingham
U000000, U000001, U000003, metals, engineering, machining, fitting, fluid, power, hydraulics, wt44, mem40105, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, hydraulic,

Are you looking for a hydraulically or pneumatically powerful career?

When you complete the Certificate IV in Engineering (Fluid Power) you'll have specialist skills in hydraulic systems, suitable for careers as a hydraulic fitter or technician, hydraulic systems designer, or hydraulic equipment sales.

You will gain the practical skills and knowledge to analyse, inspect, and maintain hydraulic and pneumatic systems, maintain fluid power controls, monitor equipment condition, and workplace health and safety.

This is a post trade qualification. You must be able to produce current certificate III, trade papers, qualifications, or equivalent to study.

MEM60112 WB89 Engineering (HVAC) Advanced Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Self Paced
Carlisle
Refrigeration, Airconditioning, Engineering, air conditioning, HVAC, wb89, mem60112, Engineering associate, heating, air con, ventilation

Are you ready for an engineering career that is neither too hot nor too cold?

When you complete the Advanced Diploma of Engineering (HVAC) you'll have specialist skills in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, as a mechanical design engineer, sales consultant, or project manager.

You will gain the advanced skills and knowledge to design and implement HVAC systems, incorporating thermodynamics principles, psychrometric processes, evaluating thermal loads and performance, analysing noise and vibration, energy management principles, and building information models, applying engineering mechanics principles, and workplace health and safety.

South Metropolitan TAFE's refrigeration and air conditioning facility is Western Australia's premier centre for refrigeration, air conditioning, and associated studies. The purpose-built facility is among the best in the southern hemisphere.

MEM20105 AA50 Engineering (Heavy Fabrication Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Full Time
Mandurah
Rockingham
Thornlie
Fabrication, Welding, Metal, engineering, Metal Fabrication, aa50, mem20105, Engineering and Mining, Fabrication, defence, trade, technologies

Blend a traditional trade with new technologies! 

Metal fabricators and welders work in a diverse trade, applying a broad range of fabrication and welding skills to industries including mechanical and civil engineering, mining resources sector, heavy haulage and road transport, agriculture machinery, construction, defence, refineries and materials bulk handling. Pre-apprentices are exposed to the latest technological developments in the fabrication and welding trade, including computer controlled metal plate cutting equipment.

This pre-apprenticeship prepares graduates to continue their studies through to a metal fabrication apprenticeship.

Learn in specialised facilities

Our campuses provides students with a hands-on learning environment that feature industry-standard equipment, advanced technology andspecialised workshop areas. 

MEM40105 WT46 Engineering (Instrumentation) Certificate IV Part Time
Self Paced
Munster
electrical, electronic, instrument, instrumentation, electrian, fitter, engineering, wt46, mem40105, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, designer

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 

Much of this qualification is available for Recognition of Prior Learning. 

MEM40105 WT47 Engineering (Maintenance) Certificate IV Part Time
Self Paced
Traineeship
Workplace
Munster
Thornlie
engineering, maintenance, WT47, MEM40105, engineer, traineeship

The Certificate IV in Engineering specifies the competencies required for employment as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II in mechanical, electrical/electronic or fabrication trade disciplines. The job role involves application of additional skills in the learner's trade or cross skills from other trades. Job roles may include the design, assembly, manufacture, installation, modification, testing, fault finding, commissioning, maintenance and service of equipment and machinery, the fabrication of structures and assemblies, manufacture of sheet metal work, as well as 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.

MEM20105 AA49 Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Full Time
Mandurah
Rockingham
Thornlie
Fitting, Machining, Toolmaking, Metals, engineering, Mechanical Fitting, aa49, mem20105, Engineering and Mining, Fabrication, fitter, machinist, defence, defence trades

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

When you complete the Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll greatly improve your chance of getting a mechanical fitting or machinist apprenticeship in industries such as mining, industrial, defence, automotive, or hydraulics.

 

Gain these skills:

  • make machines, parts, and tools
  • work with pumps and hydraulics
  • use workshop machines
  • utilise hand and power tools
  • measuring & technical drawing
  • workplace health and safety

Learn in specialised facilities
Our campuses provides students with a hands-on learning environment that feature industry-standard equipment, advanced technology and specialised workshop areas.

MEM20105 AA47 Engineering (Mechanical Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Full Time
Carlisle
wc25, mem20105, AA47, Engineering and Mining, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, refrigeration, air conditioning, air con, measuring, technical drawing, electrical wiring, premier centre for refrigeration

Are you ready for an in-demand career helping others keep their cool?

When you complete the Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll greatly improve your chance of getting a refrigeration and air conditioning apprenticeship.

You will gain skills and knowledge equivalent to the first stage of the refrigeration and air conditioning apprenticeship including: 

  • using relevant tools 
  • measuring 
  • technical drawing 
  • electrical wiring and
  • workplace health and safety

South Metropolitan TAFE's refrigeration and air conditioning facility is Western Australia's premier centre for refrigeration, air conditioning, and associated studies. The purpose-built facility is among the best in the southern hemisphere.

MEM20105 AA48 Engineering (Mechanical-Plant Mechanic Pre-Apprenticeship) Certificate II Full Time
Thornlie
Mechanical, Vehicle, Servicing, Heavy, Road, Transport, plant, truck, bus, mechanic, aa48, mem20105, Engineering and Mining, Process Plant Operations/Technology, plant mechanic, heavy vehicle, loaders, bulldozer, dump truck, haul truck, servicing transmission, steering, brakes, fuel injection, hydraulics, batteries

Are you geared up for a big career working with the big gear?

When you complete the Certificate II in Engineering (Mechanical - Plant Mechanic Pre-Apprenticeship) you'll have what employers are looking for in a heavy vehicle or plant mechanic apprentice.

You will have the skills and knowledge to work effectively in the heavy automotive industry working on: 

  • loaders 
  • bulldozers, dump trucks and haul trucks 
  • inspecting and servicing transmissions 
  • steering 
  • brakes
  • fuel injection systems
  • hydraulics and batteries
  • troubleshooting basic faults and
  • workplace safety and health

Learn in our specialised campuses!

Our campuses provides students with a hands-on learning environment that feature industry-standard equipment, advanced technology and specialised workshop areas.
 

MEM40105 WT56 Engineering (Skills Set - HVAC Commissioning) Certificate IV Part Time
Self Paced
Carlisle
HVAC, air conditioning, airconditioning, refrigeration, wt56, mem40105, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, air con, ventilation, heating

Are you looking to turn your air-conditioning career up a notch?

Take the next step and learn how to install and commission HVAC. 

The Certificate IV HVAC Commissioning will prepare you for work with today’s computer controlled HVAC systems. Subjects covered will include: AHU’s, VAV’s, Chillers, Cooling Towers and ancillary equipment. Learn your way around a BMS system. You will, air balance, water balance as well as; fully install commission and optimise a VAV-AHU (using the BMS).

Learn to commission in hands-on sessions with experienced commissioning technicians. This course is delivered 90% via online and 10% on campus (evening). The theory part of the course will be online via pre-recorded videos and live online sessions. All practicals will be on-campus. Flexibility will be our guiding principle – the online component is self-paced; on-campus sessions will run throughout the Semester at your request. Come to TAFE when it suits you!

When you have completed the Certificate IV – you only need to complete 5 Units (some maths and some reporting) and you qualify for an Advanced Trade Diploma.

For those already working in industry, you may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning. To find out if you're eligible, visit the RPL page.

This course at SM TAFE is a post trade skills add-on and requires Certificate III in Air Conditioning (Metals – MEM) and Restricted Electrical Licence (Mechanics) for entry.

Cluster 1

  • MEM10008B - UNDERTAKE COMMISSIONING PROCEDURES FOR PLANT AND/OR EQUIPMENT
  • MEM18092B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR COMMERCIAL AND/OR INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION AND/OR AIR CONDITIONING CONTROLS
  • MEM18093B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR INTEGRATED INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION AND/OR LARGE AIR HANDLING SYSTEM CONTROLS
  • MEM18089B - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR CENTRAL AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS

Cluster 2

  • MEM18095A - MAINTAIN AND REPAIR COOLING TOWERS/EVAPORATIVE CONDENSERS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
  • MEM16009A - RESEARCH AND ANALYSE ENGINEERING INFORMATION
  • MEM16003B - PROVIDE ADVANCED CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • MEM16012A - INTERPRET TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND MANUALS
MEM40105 WT42 Engineering (Welding) Certificate IV Part Time
Rockingham
z, welding, metals, engineering, welder

This is a training program that leads to the completion of the Metals and Engineering Training Package MEM05 qualification MEM40105. This qualification is designed to reflect the role of team leaders and supervisors in the industry sector.

MEM50105 W247 Engineering - Advanced Trade Diploma Part Time
Self Paced
Carlisle
metals, welding, engineering, machining, fitting, automotive, plant, refrigeration, airconditioning, w247, mem50105, Engineering, Mining, technician, supervisor, HVAC, ventilation, heating, air con,

Are you ready for an advanced engineering career?

When you complete the Diploma of Engineering - Advanced Trade you'll have specialist skills as an advanced tradesperson.

At Carlisle Campus this course is taught with an HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning) focus.

You will gain the advanced skills and knowledge to interpret technical manuals, write technical reports, research and analyse engineering data, and workplace health and safety.

This is a post trade qualification. You must be able to produce current certificate III and Certificate IV, trade papers, qualifications, or equivalent to study.

This course has continuous enrolment for online study.

For those already working in industry, you may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning. To find out if you're eligible, visit the RPL page.

MEM31112 W992 Engineering - Composites Trade Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Naval Base
engineering, composites, trades, W992, metals, manufacturing, tradesperson, TAFE03, Q000000, Building and Construction, Q000003, General Construction, U000000, U000001, MEM31112, D000000, P000015, p000017, apprenticeship

Kick start your composites trade career!

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required by a tradesperson working with composites within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries, or other industries where composites tradespersons work. People with this qualification may work in a large manufacturing organisation, a smaller workshop, a repair facility, a defence or a government facility. The composites tradesperson may work in a composites manufacturing or repair organisation, or they may work in an aerospace, civil construction, general manufacturing, marine, vehicle or other organisation as a composites specialist.

Gain these skills:

  • composites work
  • selecting, handling, using and storing materials and components 
  • undertaking repairs and modifications
  • adjusting resin chemicals 
  • selecting and using joining techniques 

The Certificate III in Engineering - Composites Trade is an apprenticeship: you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study. Please see the Apprenticeships section for more information.

MEM30305 WT77 Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Rockingham
Thornlie
metal, fabrication, engineering, casting, moulding, wt77, mem30305, Defence, Metal Fabrication, forging, welding, arc, apprenticeship

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

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy/Welding YH) you'll be looking at a trades career as a boilermaker, welder, or fabricator in industries such as mining or construction. Develop practical knowledge and gain hands-on skills in fabrication and welding, using industry standard technologies and techniques. 

Gain these skills:

  • create and work with metal fabrications
  • use workshop machines
  • use hand and power tools
  • metal, gas, flux core, tungsten
  • arc welding 
  • thermal cutting
  • measuring 
  • technical drawing
  • workplace health and safety

Learn in specialised facilities
Our campuses provides students with a hands-on learning environment that feature industry-standard equipment, advanced technology and specialised workshop areas.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30305 WT78 Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light Yc) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Thornlie
metal, fabrication, engineering, sheet metal, sheetmetal, light, wt78, mem30305, Building and Construction, Metal Fabrication, apprenticeship

Are you looking for a career creating and repairing metal structures and products?

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light YC) you'll be looking at a trades career as a sheet metal worker or light metal fabricator in industries such as mining or construction.

The course begins by establishing the foundation skills that are required to be a successful sheetmetal trades-person. Students undertake workshop and classroom projects to develop the skills required by a trades-person. 

Gain these skills:

  • Create and work with light metal fabrications 
  • Use workshop machines, hand & power tools 
  • Sheet and plate assembly 
  • Thermal cutting, Tungsten arc welding, Silver soldering & Gas Metal Arc Welding 
  • Sketching and drawing interpretation  
  • Problem solving, error detection and correction
  • Advanced fabrication and job presentation skills 

   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30305 AB53 Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Marine) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Rockingham

Need a bigger boat?

Marine fabricators use aluminium, stainless steel, fabricated metal, composite materials and other products to build boats and other marine vessels. They cut, shape, join and repair the metal components that make up the hulls, frames and other structures of boats. These structures may include fuel tanks, boarding ladders and platforms, rails, canopy bows and a range of smaller or specialty customised fittings.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30305 WA86 Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Surface Finishing) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Carlisle
apprenticeship, MEM30305, WA86, engineering, fabrication, trade, surface finishing, defence,

Gain options to work in the surface preparation and coating industry in areas such as oil and gas, marine, plant construction and maintenance, defence and site maintenance.

This qualification covers surface preparation, including blasting and high pressure jetting, protective coating applications, welding and surface testing.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM31215 AWG6 Engineering - Industrial Electrician Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Munster
Electrician, electrical, instrumentation, industrial, engineering, U000000, U000001, U000006, apprenticeship

South Metropolitan TAFE’s Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT) 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.

COURSE CONTENT:

  • 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
MEM30205 WT84 Engineering - Mechanical Trade Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Workplace
Rockingham
apprenticeship, engineering, mechanical, fitter, first class, machinist, MEM30205, WT84

This course aims to produce tradespeople working in metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries as a first class machinist.

Gain these skills:

  • mechanical fitting, assembly and manufacture
  • installation and modification of machinery
  • testing and fault finding machine tools
  • maintenance and service of equipment, machinery and tools

   

 

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30205 WT83 Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Fitter and Machinist ZB) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Rockingham
metal, fabrication, engineering, fitting, machining, fitter, machinist, wt83, mem30205, Engineering and Mining, apprenticeship

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

When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Fitter and Machinist ZB) 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.

You will gain the skills and knowledge to make machines, parts, and tools, work with pumps and hydraulics, using workshop machines, hand and power tools, mills and lathes, arc welding, measuring, technical drawing, and workplace health and safety.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30205 AB63 Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Marine Fitter) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Rockingham
apprenticeship, engineering, mechanical, fitter, marine, MEM30205, AB63

Like boats and hands on work?

Marine fitters assemble and maintain the structural and mechanical parts of boats, ships and even submarines.  They may be based on board, but most are Port based.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30205 WT86 Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Mechanical Fitter ZA) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Rockingham
U000000, U000003, metal, fabrication, engineering, fitting, machining, fitter, machinist, wt86, mem30205, TAFE13, U000000, Engineering and Mining, Process Plant Operations/Technology, D000000, D000001, p000017, apprenticeship

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.

You will gain the skills and knowledge to work with pumps and hydraulics, pneumatic systems, mechanical drives and transmissions, using workshop machines, hand and power tools, arc welding, thermal cutting, measuring, technical drawing, and workplace health and safety.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30205 WT38 Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Refrigeration/Air Conditioning) Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Carlisle
Refrigeration, Airconditioning, Engineering, air conditioning, wt38, mem30205, Engineering and Mining, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, air con, apprenticeship

Are you looking for a trade that brings comfort into the home?

When you complete this Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Refrigeration/Air Conditioning) you'll be on your way to becoming a fully qualified and licensed Refrigeration and Air Conditioning tradesperson.

You will gain the skills and knowledge to work effectively in the refrigeration industry, installing, repairing and maintaining refrigeration and air conditioning systems, testing and troubleshooting circuits, repairing and assembling electronic components, handling refrigerants, and workplace health and safety.

South Metropolitan TAFE's refrigeration and air conditioning facility is Western Australia's premier centre for refrigeration, air conditioning, and associated studies. The purpose-built facility is among the best in the southern hemisphere.
   

Lower fees, local skillsThis 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 if you're aged 15—24 or eligible for a concession. Find out more.

MEM30505 W240 Engineering - Technical Certificate III Full Time
Part Time
Traineeship
Carlisle
Munster
metals, engineer, engineering, technician, welding, coded, w240, mem30505, Building and Construction, General Construction, mining, traineeship

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.

MEM50212 J367 Engineering - Technical Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Munster
Mechanical, Engineering, j367, mem50212, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, engineering associate, draftsperson, draftperson, drafting, computer aided drafting, CAD, instrumentation

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.

MEM50212 WB87 Engineering - Technical (HVAC) Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Self Paced
Carlisle
Refrigeration, Airconditioning, Engineering, air conditioning, HVAC, wb87, mem50212, supervisor, engineering, associate, heating, ventilation, air con

Are you ready for a technical career that is neither too hot nor too cold?

When you complete the Diploma of Engineering – Technical (HVAC) you'll have specialist skills in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, as a mechanical design engineer, sales consultant, or project manager.

You will gain the advanced skills and knowledge to design and implement HVAC systems, incorporating thermodynamics principles, psychrometric processes, energy management principles, and building information models, produce engineering drawings, and workplace health and safety.

South Metropolitan TAFE's refrigeration and air conditioning facility is Western Australia's premier centre for refrigeration, air conditioning, and associated studies. The purpose-built facility is among the best in the southern hemisphere.

For those already working in industry, you may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning. To find out if you're eligible, visit the RPL page.

GAA31 GAA31 Engineering Energy Sector Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
electrotechnology, electronics, communications, single path circuits, low voltage, repairs, electronic apparatus, dc power supplies, single phase, digital subsystems, amplifiers, frequency dependent circuits, complex power supplies, A175, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000001, Engineering, uee62111, engineering associate, p000017, smt0150, GAA31

The Applied Electrical Engineering Solutions in Energy Sector skill set is part of the Advanced Diploma Engineering Technology-Electrical. Student will gain the calculation techniques start from a solid foundation to advanced mathematical processes such as Algebra, Statistics, and MATLAB Software to apply solutions to solve the practical problem in the electrical engineering tasks. And further developing strategies to address environment and sustainability issues in the energy sector and understanding an organisation's occupational health and safety policies and procedures.

Students will learn to develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector and will form an understanding of an organisation's occupational health and safety policies and procedures.

Pre-requisites:

  • UEENEEE101A - Apply Occupational Health Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEENEEE129A - Solve electrotechnical engineering problems

Course Outline:

  • UEENEEE126A - Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems
  • UEENEEE124A - Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report
  • UEENEEE117A - Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures
  • UEENEEK132A - Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector
  • UEENEEE081A - Apply material science to solving electro technology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE082A - Apply physics to solving electro technology engineering problems

Upon completion of the course a student will be able to demonstrate they have learned:

  • 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.

This is part of UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical, a nationally recognised qualification.

Part time evening class with a combination of face to face and Blackboard delivery.

2019 Dates

  • Commencing July, Term 3, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Commencing October, Term 4, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
UEE62111 A175 Engineering Technology - Electrical Advanced Diploma Full Time
Part Time
Munster
electrotechnology, electronics, communications, single path circuits, low voltage repairs, electronic apparatus, dc power supplies, single phase, digital subsystems, amplifiers, frequency dependent circuits, complex power supplies, A175, Engineering and Mining, Engineering, uee62111, engineering associate, STEM, automation, mechatronics, industrial, innovation, IOT, internet of things, smart home

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.

GAA80 GAA80 Engineers Australia Skill Set Skill set Full Time
Munster
U000001

This skillset is comprised of 5 units which in combination with the Advanced Diploma of Process Technology delivered at ACEPT, have been formally endorsed by Engineers Australia allowing membership to Engineers Australia and 1 year of advanced standing at both Edith Cowan and Curtain Universities for the process/Chemical Engineering Degree.

2019 Dates

Monday July 22 - Friday December 13, 2019

S0058P S0058P Establishing a Contracting Business Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Thornlie
Electrical, contractor, contractors, Q000000, Q000009, ecl, S0010P

Full Electrical Contractors Course

To be eligible you must hold a current electrical workers licence, restricted licence is not acceptable.

The full electrical contractors course includes both nominee and business components.

  • Nominee component includes five days face to face
  • Business component includes online learning plus one day of assessment maximum six months to complete

Business and Nominee contractors courses can be completed separately.

To make a booking or any general enquiries please use the web form on this page.

Course content

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course provides theoretical and practical training and is designed to enhance participants’ existing skill sets. The program will not only build upon your current electrical trade studies, it will also improve and refresh your knowledge of:

• statutory requirements (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• legislation and process (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• inspection and testing of electrical installation work (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• business task management and monitoring business operations (Electrical Contractors Licence)*

* Please note: If you are not working within an electrical contracting company, a person other than an electrical contractor may hold the business aspect of the licence. In this case, the electrical work will only be completed, under that aspect of the licence, by an electrician employed by that company and nominated by that same employer as the Nominees/In-house Licence holder.

Electrical Contractors Licence course consists of four mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements
  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

Electrical Contractors Nominees / In-house Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A - Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 - Electrical Requirements

Electrical Contractors Business Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0058P  EA102 - Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B - General Legislative Requirements

Course materials required

Students are required to obtain the following materials prior to course commencement.

From South Metropolitan TAFE:
AS/NZS 3000 and all amendments
AS/NZS 3008.1.1
AS/NZS 3760
AS/NZS 3017

From State Law Publisher
ph 6552 6000
8.30am to 4.30pm
Electrical (Licencing) Regulations 1991 and all amendments
Electricity Regulations 1947
WA Electrical Requirements
. This can be downloaded directly from http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/wa-electrical-requirements-waer or call Energy Safety on 6251 2000, Level 1, 303 Sevenoaks Street Cannington WA 6107

Standards Australia are subject to change without notice and all students should check for the latest version and amendments at purchase.

S0058P 2019 Dates

Thursday August 1, 2019 - Friday January 31, 2020

S0059P S0059P General Legislative Requirements Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Thornlie
Electrical, contractor, contractors, Q000000, Q000009, ecl, S0010P

Full Electrical Contractors Course

To be eligible you must hold a current electrical workers licence, restricted licence is not acceptable.

The full electrical contractors course includes both nominee and business components.

  • Nominee component includes five days face to face
  • Business component includes online learning plus one day of assessment maximum six months to complete

Business and Nominee contractors courses can be completed separately.

To make a booking or any general enquiries please use the web form on this page.

Course content

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course provides theoretical and practical training and is designed to enhance participants’ existing skill sets. The program will not only build upon your current electrical trade studies, it will also improve and refresh your knowledge of:

• statutory requirements (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• legislation and process (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• inspection and testing of electrical installation work (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• business task management and monitoring business operations (Electrical Contractors Licence)*

* Please note: If you are not working within an electrical contracting company, a person other than an electrical contractor may hold the business aspect of the licence. In this case, the electrical work will only be completed, under that aspect of the licence, by an electrician employed by that company and nominated by that same employer as the Nominees/In-house Licence holder.

Electrical Contractors Licence course consists of four mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements
  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

Electrical Contractors Nominees / In-house Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A - Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 - Electrical Requirements

Electrical Contractors Business Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0058P  EA102 - Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B - General Legislative Requirements

Course materials required

Students are required to obtain the following materials prior to course commencement.

From South Metropolitan TAFE:
AS/NZS 3000 and all amendments
AS/NZS 3008.1.1
AS/NZS 3760
AS/NZS 3017

From State Law Publisher
ph 6552 6000
8.30am to 4.30pm
Electrical (Licencing) Regulations 1991 and all amendments
Electricity Regulations 1947
WA Electrical Requirements
. This can be downloaded directly from http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/wa-electrical-requirements-waer or call Energy Safety on 6251 2000, Level 1, 303 Sevenoaks Street Cannington WA 6107

Standards Australia are subject to change without notice and all students should check for the latest version and amendments at purchase.

S0059P 2019 Dates

  • Monday July 1, 2019 - Friday December 31, 2019
  • Thursday August 1, 2019 - Tuesday January 31, 2020
GAA36 GAA36 Grid Connect Design and Install Clean Energy Council Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Thornlie
Grid, Connect, PV, Battery, Storage, Photovoltaic, installations, installer, solar, SMT0154, electrical, electrician, Q000000, Q000009,  ZZ000000, GAA36,

The course runs for 5 consecutive days and contains theoretical and practical components and assessments. Over the five days students will cover the required Australian Standards and Clean Energy Council Guidelines for accredited Installers and Designers.

The course consists of three units:

  • UEENEEK125A Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems
  • UEENEEK135A Design grid connected photovoltaic power supply systems
  • UEENEEK148A Install, configure and commission LV grid connected photovoltaic power systems

On successful completion of units K125A and K135A a student may register as a Clean Energy Council accredited Grid Connect Designer.

On successful completion of K125 and K148 a student may register as a Clean Energy Council accredited Installer.

A student who completes all three units successfully may apply for accreditation as an accredited CEC Installer and Designer.

Prospective students must have a WA Electrical licence to complete all three units. If you have an electrical engineering background and no EW licence you will be only eligible to complete the two design units.

2019 Dates

  • Monday July 29, 2019
  • Monday October 21, 2019
  • Monday November 25, 2019

 

UEPSS00002 AB531 High Risk Licensing - Licence to operate a steam turbine Skill set Full Time
Workplace
Munster
U000001

This unit covers the outcomes required to operate a steam turbine for licensing purposes. This unit requires the operator to plan the work, carry out preoperational safety checks, start the steam turbine, monitor steam turbine operation and shutdown the steam turbine. Theory is conducted over 5 days at ACEPT and a separate practical assessment will be conducted using an industry specific steam turbine.

GAB03 GAB03 Industrial Control System Programming Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
A175, Advanced Diploma Electrical Technology, Automation Short Course, scada, plc, programming, hmi, Automation Skill Set, Electrical Engineering, U000000, U000001, UEE62111, p000017, smt0076, gaa33, gaa108,

This skill set is a part of an Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Electrical)-UEE62111 and it is designed to develop your skills in computer based measurement, programming and control by exploring PLC and SCADA systems. The 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.

Course Units:

  • WC666 UEENEEI150A Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers
  • WC667 UEENEEI151A Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers
  • WC668 UEENEEI152A Develop, enter and verify programs in supervisory control and data acquisition systems
  • WC671 UEENEEI155A Develop structured programs to control external devices
  • WC670 UEENEEI154A Design and use advanced programming tools PC networks and HMI Interfacing

On completion of this skill set you will receive a statement of attainment and may be able to work as an Automation Technician/Programmer or Building Control System Technician/Programmer. If you have any relevant experience, you may be able to work as a PLC/SCADA Programmer.

To do this skill set, you might need to complete some pre-requisite units. So, if you've studied previously or have relevant experience, please talk to us about Recognition of Prior Learning {RPL} credits.

Pre-Requisite Units

  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace and

You may be eligible to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) credits for the above mentioned units based on your previous qualification or work experience. Recognition of Prior Learning will be supported by a qualified assessor. Students are encouraged to speak to lecturers if they feel they have any existing skills that may be formally recognised towards the achievement of a unit or qualification.

GAA32 GAA32 Machines and Motors Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
electrotechnology, electronics, electrical, communications, single path circuits, low voltage, repairs, electronic apparatus, dc, AC, power, three, phase, digital subsystems, amplifiers, frequency dependent circuits, complex power supplies, A175, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000001, Engineering, uee62111, engineering associate, p000017, smt0151, GAA32

This course is designed to develop the students theoretical and practical skills in the analysis, operation and application of industrial electrical systems in the areas of AC power systems , rotating machines,calculation of circuit network parameters , maintenance in Ore handling operations, motor selection, maintenance techniques and motor protection.

Prerequisite Units:
There are prerequisite requirements which are covered as recognition of prior learning (RPL) based on previous qualification and work experience.

  • UEENEEE126A Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems
  • UEENEEG102A Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits
  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • UEENEEG101A Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits

Course Outline:

  • UEENEEE125A Provide solutions to complex multiple path circuits.
    Includes the analysis of and solutions for electrical networks composed with multiple sources multiple sources and has a special emphasis placed on power transfer.
  • UEENEEG149A Provide engineering solutions to problems in complex polyphase power circuits. 
    Includes generation and transfer of three phase power, analysis of balanced and unbalanced loads, power factor and power factor correction calculations and applications of three phase transformers.
  • UEENEEG143A - Develop engineering solution for synchronous machine and control problems. 
    Includes construction, operation and industrial applications of synchronous motors and AC generators.
  • UEENEEG144A - Develop engineering solutions for D.C. machine and control problems. 
    Includes DC rotating machines construction, operation and industrial applications of DC motors and generators.
  • UEENEEG145A - Develop engineering solutions for induction machine and control problems. 
    Includes construction, operation and industrial applications of induction motors and induction generators.

This skillset is part of UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical, a nationally recognised qualification.

Part time evening class with a combination of face to face and Blackboard delivery.

2019 Dates

  • Commencing July, Term 3, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Commencing October, Term 4, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
GAA28 GAA28 Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Coordination Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster
Electrical, mechanical, maintenance, planning, scheduling, U000000, U000006, mem50513, mem50212, J367, mem50513short, mem50212, p000017, smt0070, GAA28

The Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Coordination skill set is part of the Diploma of Engineering and 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.

To study this course you will need to have completed a Certificate III apprenticeship or have worked in maintenance in one of the following industries: Navy/aerospace, oil and gas, mining and mineral resources, or public transport (e.g. A/C plant room technician with prior engineering studies).

On completion of this course you will receive a Statement of Attainment and may be able to work as a Maintenance Coordinator or if you have the relevant experience, a Maintenance Supervisor, Planner or Manager.

In this course you will develop skills in:

  • Designing maintenance strategies, procedures and methods
  • 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

2019 Dates

  • Commencing July, Term 3, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Commencing October, Term 4, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
MEM30705 W242 Marine Craft Construction Certificate III Apprenticeship
Part Time
Naval Base
Apprenticeship, engineering, ship building, ship builder, W242, MEM30705, P000000, P000012, U000000, U000002, boat, D000000,

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge required by a tradesman working in marine craft construction. Training is project based and covers all aspects of the construction process from design and drawing including the use of CAD , timber construction of plugs, and composite moulds and products.  People with this qualification may work in a manufacturing or repair organisation producing a variety of marine craft from superyachts to kayaks.  

S0060P S0060P Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements Short Course Part Time
Thornlie
Electrical, contractor, contractors, Q000000, Q000009, ecl, S0010P

Full Electrical Contractors Course

To be eligible you must hold a current electrical workers licence, restricted licence is not acceptable.

The full electrical contractors course includes both nominee and business components.

  • Nominee component includes five days face to face
  • Business component includes online learning plus one day of assessment maximum six months to complete

Business and Nominee contractors courses can be completed separately.

To make a booking or any general enquiries please use the web form on this page.

Course content

This Electrical Licensing Board-approved course provides theoretical and practical training and is designed to enhance participants’ existing skill sets. The program will not only build upon your current electrical trade studies, it will also improve and refresh your knowledge of:

• statutory requirements (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• legislation and process (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• inspection and testing of electrical installation work (Electrical Contractors Nominees/In-house Licence) 
• business task management and monitoring business operations (Electrical Contractors Licence)*

* Please note: If you are not working within an electrical contracting company, a person other than an electrical contractor may hold the business aspect of the licence. In this case, the electrical work will only be completed, under that aspect of the licence, by an electrician employed by that company and nominated by that same employer as the Nominees/In-house Licence holder.

Electrical Contractors Licence course consists of four mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 Electrical Requirements
  • S0058P  EA102 Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B General Legislative Requirements

Electrical Contractors Nominees / In-house Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0060P  EA103A - Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements
  • S0056P  WAE100 - Electrical Requirements

Electrical Contractors Business Licence course consists of two mandatory units.

  • S0058P  EA102 - Establishing a Contracting Business
  • S0059P  EA103B - General Legislative Requirements

Course materials required

Students are required to obtain the following materials prior to course commencement.

From South Metropolitan TAFE:
AS/NZS 3000 and all amendments
AS/NZS 3008.1.1
AS/NZS 3760
AS/NZS 3017

From State Law Publisher
ph 6552 6000
8.30am to 4.30pm
Electrical (Licencing) Regulations 1991 and all amendments
Electricity Regulations 1947
WA Electrical Requirements
. This can be downloaded directly from http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/wa-electrical-requirements-waer or call Energy Safety on 6251 2000, Level 1, 303 Sevenoaks Street Cannington WA 6107

Standards Australia are subject to change without notice and all students should check for the latest version and amendments at purchase.

S0060P 2019 Dates

  • Monday August 5 - Friday August 9, 2019
  • Monday September 16 - Friday September 20, 2019
  • Monday October 21 - Friday October 25, 2019
  • Monday November 18 - Friday November 22, 2019
MSM30116 BAN8 Process Manufacturing Certificate III Full Time
Munster
Process, Manufacturing, Oil, Gas, Production, BAN8, U000000, U000006, MSM30116,

Upon completion of the Certificate III in Process Manufacturing, students could receive the opportunity to undertake apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities in the oil and gas and resources sector or go on to complete higher level studies. Students completing an advanced diploma are granted one year advanced standing on the pathway to a Curtin University degree. 

Course Aims

  • Foster an understanding of career opportunities in the oil and gas, mining or chemical processing industries
  • Develop technical and practical skills
  • Learn foundation engineering design principals, technology and practices
  • Assist students with a pathway to employment or higher level qualifications

This course is also delivered as part of the Chevron Women in Engineering program. As part of this sponsorship, 14 fully funded scholarships are available for females in Semester 2, 2019 to target and promote more female participation in engineering and the oil/ gas and resource industries. For more information on this program, and for application details, please click the button below. 

Women in Engineering
PMA20116 BAN1 Process Plant Operations Certificate II Full Time
Part Time
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Self Paced
Munster
oil, Gas, Petroleum, production, exploration, processing, chemicals, hydrocarbons, operator, technician, process, LPG, LNG, oil refining, energy, J570, Engineering, Mining, Plant, Operations, Technology, PMA20113, ban1, pma20116,

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. 

PMA30116 BAM8 Process Plant Operations Certificate III Part Time
Self Paced
Munster
oil, gas, Petroleum, PMA08, Production, Exploration, Processing, chemicals, hydrocarbons, operator, technician, process, LPG, LNG, J572, TAFE03, U000000, Engineering, Mining, U000006, Process, Plant, Operations, Technology, PMA30113, U000004, bam8, pma30116,

Our PMA30116 Certificate III in Process Plant Operations is a technical qualification for advanced operators and operations technicians who use production equipment to directly produce product. At this level, operators/ technicians will undertake more advanced operations, typically of integrated plant units in accordance with the operating procedures, and would apply their knowledge to anticipate problems. This qualification is customisable based on your company requirements and is typically used to develop employees performing a process plant operator’s role that includes the running of specific areas of a process plant. People with this qualification may be expected to work in one of the following 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

There are a number of delivery options to complete this qualification:

  • a) Through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) only; this program is suited to existing workers in the chemical, hydrocarbons or refining sectors, or similar industries. Completion will require third party verification and submission of workplace evidence.
  • b) Flexible delivery including using open learning, RPL or a combination of both. This program will include workplace assignments and third party verification. Again, this option is suited to existing workers in the chemical, hydrocarbons or refining sectors, or similar industries.
  • c) Company Traineeship consisting of specific units of competency chosen by your company. This program will include two weekly, twice a year on-campus (ACEPT Munster) block release with all assignments completed in the workplace. To study as a Trainee, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation. Please see the Apprenticeships/Traineeships section for more information.
PMA60116 BAM9 Process Plant Technology Advanced Diploma Full Time
Munster
Process Plant Operations, Technology, oil and gas, Engineering and Mining, Process Plant Operations/Technology, w519, PMA60108, oil, gas, technician, bam9, pma60116

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. 

PMA40116 BAN0 Process Plant Technology Certificate IV Part Time
Self Paced
Munster
oil & gas, petroleum, PMA08, production, exploration, processing, chemicals, hydrocarbons, operator, technician, process, LPG, LNG, J571, TAFE03, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000006, Process Plant Operations/Technology, oil, gas, PMA40113, ban0, pma40116,

Our PMA40116 Certificate IV in Process Plant Operations is a technical qualification for advanced operators and operations technicians who use production equipment to directly produce product. Technicians undertaking the course will typically be involved in solving complex problems requiring theoretical knowledge, combined with an understanding of the production process and equipment across the plant. It is especially suited to advanced operators and/or operations technicians who are wanting to further their career in a supervisory or team leader role. This qualification is customisable based on your company requirements. People with this qualification may be expected to work in one of the following 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

There are a number of delivery options to complete this qualification:

  • a) Through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) only; this program is suited to existing workers in the chemical, hydrocarbons or refining sectors, or similar industries. Completion will require third party verification and submission of workplace evidence.
  • b) Flexible delivery including using open learning, RPL or a combination of both. This program will include workplace assignments and third party verification. Again, this option is suited to existing workers in the chemical, hydrocarbons or refining sectors, or similar industries.
  • c) Company based Traineeship consisting of units of competency chosen by your employer. This program will include a total of eight (8) weeks spent on campus (ACEPT Munster), split into two week block releases, twice a year, over two years. All assignments are to be completed in the workplace. Please see the Apprenticeships/Traineeships section for more information.
PMA50116 BAN5 Process Plant Technology Diploma Full Time
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Munster
Oil and gas, Process Plan Operations, Technology, TAFE03, U000000, Engineering and Mining, U000006, Process Plant Operations/Technology, w518, PMA50108, oil, gas, TAFEADM, ban5, pma50116, lateapp

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.

UEE20111 D632 Split Air-conditioning and Heat Pump Systems Certificate II Part Time
Carlisle
U000000, U000005, split system, air conditioning, airconditioning, refrigeration, d632, uee20111, TAFE13, Engineering and Mining, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, installer, split system, heat pump system, refrigerants

Do you want a career bringing comfort into the home?

When you complete this Certificate II in Split Air-conditioning and Heat Pump Systems you'll be what employers are looking for as a split system installer or air-conditioner installer.

You will gain the knowledge and skills to:

  • install split systems and heat pump systems (maximum plant capacity 18kWr)
  • understand legal obligations 
  • assemble components 
  • pressure and leak test refrigerants and
  • workplace health and safety

South Metropolitan TAFE's refrigeration and air conditioning facility is Western Australia's premier centre for refrigeration, air conditioning, and associated studies. The purpose-built facility is among the best in the southern hemisphere.

S0062P S0062P Testing and Tagging - Using a Portable Appliance Tester Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Rockingham
Q000009

This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to meet AS/NZS 3760 the Australian standard on testing and tagging for Test and Tag.

The course delivers the required knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Work safely using a portable appliance tester 
  • identify faults 
  • arrange for repair of faulty equipment
  • apply tagging and
  • complete test documentation.
S0063P S0063P Testing and Tagging of Portable RCD's Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Rockingham
Q000009

On completion of this course you will have the skills and knowledge to test and tag RCD's in accordance with AS/NZS 3760:2010.

Work Health and Safety Regulations state all businesses must have a RCD protecting all hostile circuits that must be tested to ensure it will respond in a timely manner during fault situations.

 

 

GAB10 GAB10 Weld Supervisor Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Naval Base
D000000

This course meets the requirements of AS1796-2001 Certificate 10 Weld Supervisor and MEM05024B – Perform Weld Supervision

Entry requirements: 
Candidates must meet any pre-requisite requirements of MEM05024B – Perform Weld Supervision and also meet AS1796-2001 section 3 pre-examination requirements

• Hold a welder certificate complying with AS1796-2001
• Have sufficient experience welding pressure equipment as defined by AS/NZS 1200 
• Have verbal and written communication skills and be able to write reports.

The course includes training and assessment needed to meet the requirements of Paper A and Paper B as required by the standard

  • Paper A – Welding Theory and Technology
  • Paper B – Application of Standards

2019 Dates

Wednesday March 6 - Wednesday December 11, 2019 (3 hrs x 40 weeks)

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