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Short courses

Short courses are a great way to pick up new skills for professional and personal development. In addition to courses that commence each term, South Metropolitan TAFE has a range of shorter courses that take ongoing enrolments. That means you can get started with your study sooner, getting you on the right track to boost your career options.

Our short course program has been designed to focus on providing vocational skills, aligned to the needs of employers and industry. This will help you gain the skills you want now and create a pathway to consider further education and training options.

If you would rather talk to someone we have our course information team available to take your call on 1800 001 001, or you can send an email to info@smtafe.wa.edu.au.

National ID State ID Title Qualification level Study mode Campus
S0088P S0088P AMPA Coxswain External Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus

2019 Dates

  • Tuesday August 6 - Wednesday August 7, 2019
  • Tuesday September 3 - Wednesday September 4, 2019
  • Tuesday November 5 - Wednesday November 6, 2019
  • Tuesday December 3 - Wednesday December 4, 2019
S0091P S0091P AMPA Coxswain Internal Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus

2019 Dates

Monday September 2, 2019

S0090P S0090P AMPA MEDII External Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus

2019 Dates

  • Tuesday August 6 - Wednesday August 7, 2019
  • Tuesday September 3- Wednesday September 4, 2019
  • Tuesday November 5 - Wednesday November 6, 2019
  • Tuesday December 3 - Wednesday December 4, 2019
S0092P S0092P AMPA MEDII Internal Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus

2019 Dates

  • Monday August 26, 2019
  • Monday November 18, 2019
S0089P S0089P AMPA Master Under 24m External Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus

2019 Dates

  • Tuesday August 6 - Wednesday August 7, 2019
  • Tuesday September 3 - Wednesday September 4, 2019
  • Tuesday November 5 - Wednesday November 6, 2019
  • Tuesday December 3 - Wednesday December 4, 2019

 

S0093P S0093P AMPA Master Under 24m Internal Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus

2019 Dates

Monday September 23, 2019

CHCSS00067 AD127 Administer and Monitor Medication Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Workplace
Bentley Campus
Rockingham Campus

Do you work in a caring or support role in the community services industry?  This skill set will develop your skills so you can support people to self-administer medication.   

You will gain the skills and knowledge required to prepare for and provide medication assistance, and complete medication documentation.  You must be working in the health or community services industry with authority in your state or territory to assist with the administration of medication. 

This skill set has been endorsed by industry as suitable for people who hold a qualification at Certificate III level or higher in an area involving provision of direct client care or support.

Covering topics including basic anatomy and physiology, physical assistance skills and techniques and incident reporting and standard documentation, you will need to complete two units of competency, detailed below.

  • HLTAAP001 Recognise healthy body systems
  • HLTHPS007 Administer and monitor medications

 

 

GAB13 GAB13 Advanced Diving Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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This course is available to those who already have their Open Water Diver qualification, and are looking to increase their skills and confidence in the water.

There are no theory days nor pool days in this course.

Simply ocean diving - most of which will be made from our dive vessel, the Maritime Image.

Within the dives that you will complete as part of this course, you will also gain experience in deep diving, and night diving.

S0022P S0022P Advanced Training for Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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CRN# FMO054

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

2019 Dates

There are currently no dates available for semester two.

GAA29 GAA29 Applied Engineering Drawing and CAD Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster Campus
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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 Campus
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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)
GAA48 GAA48 Apply Maritime Resource Management Principles Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus

The Maritime Resource Management (MRM) course is a further development of the original SAS Bridge Resource Management course; it is more inclusive of the entire vessel. Maritime Resource Management is defined as the use and co-ordination of all the skills, knowledge, experiences and resources available to the crew to accomplish or achieve the goals of safety and efficiency.

The course is designed minimise risk of incidents by favouring good personal communication, excellence in leadership skills and compliance with operating procedures. We are an accredited training establishment to run the MRM course on behalf of The Swedish Club. It includes the principles regarding BRM as outlined in the STCW Code.

  • Attitude and management skills
  • Workload
  • Cultural awareness
  • The state of the bridge
  • Communications and briefings
  • Human involvement in errors
  • Challenge and response
  • Judgement and decision making
  • Short term strategy
  • Leadership in emergencies
  • Authority and assertiveness
  • Crisis and crowd management
  • Management styles
  • Automation awareness
  • Situation awareness

Please Note

  • Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received.
  • Course positions are limited. 100% attendance is required.
  • Minimum dress standards apply to campus attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn (no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire. Shorts and t-shirts are acceptable.

2019 Dates

2019 dates will be scheduled subject to sufficient numbers expressing interest

CHCSS00070 AD172 Assist Clients with Medication Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Workplace
Rockingham Campus

Advance your skills in the community services or health industry by gaining the skills to offer assistance to clients requiring medication.  This skill set will improve your confidence and ability in a range of community, residential and heath-care settings. 

You must already be working in a patient support position or working as a carer in the community service sector. This skill set has been endorsed by industry for people who hold a Certificate III qualification or higher in an area that involves providing direct support or care to patients.

This skills set provides you with the ethical and legislative knowledge to assist clients with medication as well as an understanding of the body in a health care setting.  On completion of this skill set you will be qualified to assist clients with medication in residential, community and health care settings.  

  • HLTHPS006  Assist clients with medication    
  • HLTAAP001 Recognise healthy body systems
S0049P S0049P Basic Combustion, Flueing and Exhaust Principles Short Course Part Time
Rockingham Campus
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The Gas Legislation and Safety course comprises three modules (Gas Standards Legislation, Gas Safety and  Basic Combustion, Fluing and Exhaust Principles), and two parts - Learning and Test

Learning is available online or on a face to face basis (whichever is most suitable for the individuals’ needs) and this ends with the test that is mandated by Energy Safety, the State regulator.

Learning
The online course is available to anyone who enrols and is self-paced, auto-marked and successful completion produces a letter for the student to bring to us, which enables them to take the test. The face to face course is available to anyone who enrols and is run from Rockingham campus on any Tuesday during teaching weeks only. Successful completion of the course enables the student to take the test.

Test 
The test can only be conducted on a face to face basis (Not available online) and is available from Rockingham campus on any Wednesday during teaching weeks only. Successful completion of the test enables students to apply for their restricted Class G permit through Energy Safety.

2019 Dates

  • Wednesday September 25 - Thursday September 26, 2019
  • Wednesday December 4 - Thursday December 5, 2019
     
S0086P S0086P Best Ways to Lead, Manage and Retain an Indigenous Workforce Short Course Part Time
Murdoch Campus

Improving retention through self reflection

Making the decision to employ Aboriginal people is only just the beginning. Taking the time to put some practical strategies in place to create a supportive and culturally secure workplace for Aboriginal employees will not only help to increase retention rates but also produce higher productivity levels for your business.

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2019 Dates

Tuesday September 17 - Wednesday September 18, 2019 (08:30 to 15:30)

S0002P S0002P Brow Stylist Short Course Part Time
Mandurah Campus
Murdoch Campus
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This short course will train students in brow styling, this includes shaping, basic waxing, tinting, lash lifting and henna. This course has been designed to meet the beauty industry demand for brow stylists to work in the industry.

Students will learn the latest techniques and skills from qualified beauty trainers who are currently working in the beauty industry. This course requires fine hand and eye coordination and attention to detail.

Students are required to provide models, this will be advised by your lecturer on your first class.

Course induction material provided on the first night with all learning material to match your course.

Free parking.

Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

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2019 Dates

Mandurah
  • Monday August 12 - Monday September 9, 2019 (18:00 to 20:00)
  • Monday October 21 - Monday November 25, 2019 (18:00 to 20:00)
Murdoch
  • Monday August 12 - Monday September 9, 2019 (18:00 to 20:00)
  • Monday October 21 - Monday November 25, 2019 (18:00 to 20:00)
S0101P S0101P CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional Exam Preparation Short Course Part Time
Murdoch Campus
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CISSP® Certified Information Systems Security Professional Exam Preparation.

Come study with our expert lecturers and make connections in the industry you want to work in. Our CISSP® Certified Information Systems Security Professional Exam Preparation course will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to succeed.

There has never been a better time to enter the security workforce. Enhance your career prospects now!

Study the following Domains of security to become a Security expert;

  • Security and Risk Management
  • Asset Security
  • Security Architecture and Engineering
  • Communication and Network Security
  • Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • Security Assessment and Testing
  • Security Operations
  • Software Development Security

You will need a solid understanding of Networking and System Administration.

To complete the CISSP® Certified Information Systems Security Professional exam and be certified you will be required to meet (ISC)² requirements.

2019 Dates

Term 3

Tuesday July 23 - Tuesday September 24, 2019 (18:00 - 21:00)

Term 4

Tuesday October 8- Tuesday December 10, 2019 (18:00 - 21:00)

S0121P S0121P Cisco CCNA : Introduction to Networks Short Course Part Time
Murdoch Campus
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Come and study your Cisco CCNA R&S: Introduction to Networks

Use our state of the art lab environment to learn from expert trainers in how to use configure and master Cisco to get you started on your Cisco journey.

Cisco is an industry standard, and recognised world wide. If you want to be successful in an IT career Cisco training can help.

CCNA R&S: Introduction to Networks First step toward a networking career

Begin preparing for a networking career with this introduction to how networks operate. This includes learning the architecture, structure, and functions needed to support the operations and priorities of Fortune 500 companies to small innovative retailers. You will even get the chance to configure a network yourself, such as a simple LAN (Local Area Network). After completing this course, you will have a working knowledge of routing, switching, network applications and protocols. This is the first course in a 4-course series designed to prepare you for entry-level networking jobs. No prerequisites required.

S0100P S0100P Cisco CCNA Security (Prepare yourself for CCNA Security Certification) Short Course Part Time
Murdoch Campus
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Come and study your Cisco Security exam preparation!

Use our state of the art lab environment to learn from expert trainers in how to secure networks and master Cisco to pass your Security exam.

Cisco is an industry standard, and recognised world wide. If you want to be successful in an IT career a Cisco Security certification can help.

Build and secure networks. Prepare for CCNA certification.

Picture yourself as a security professional with the mission to protect your company’s data from theft, damage or disruption. Potential harm can come from a variety of sources. And the risk can quickly scale to a high-consequence event where you’ll have to react using the right knowledge. CCNA Security prepares you for tasks like these by developing the skills needed to design, implement and support security for network devices and ensure their integrity. Start building your expertise today and become an in-demand security professional tomorrow! Course prepares you for CCNA Security Certification. Prerequisite Cisco CCENT or equivalent knowledge required.

2019 Dates

Tuesday July 23 - Tuesday December 10, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

GAA95 GAA95 Civil Construction Design pre-requisite Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster Campus
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2019 Dates

Wednesday July 24 - Wednesday September 25, 2019

GAA34 GAA34 Civil Structural Design, Model and Drafting Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster Campus
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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)
S0102P S0102P CompTIA Security Plus Short Course Part Time
Murdoch Campus
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CompTIA Security+ is a global certification that validates the baseline skills you need to perform core security functions and pursue an IT security career.

In this course you will learn about;

  • Threats, Attacks & Vulnerabilities
  • Technologies & Tools
  • Architecture & Design
  • Identity & Access Management
  • Risk Management
  • Cryptography & PKI

To be able to complete this course you need to have a solid understanding of Networking and Computer and Server administration and Support.

2019 Dates

Term 3

Tuesday July 23 - Tuesday September 24, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

Term 4

Tuesday October 8 - Tuesday December 10, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

GAA78 GAA78 Construction Apprenticeship Ready Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Thornlie Campus
Q000003

This five-day short course will provide students with a taste of the Construction industry, as well as an opportunity to obtain a White Card.

Students will complete five-days of workshop training where they will obtain a White Card whilst learning about basic hand skills, how to mix mortar, how to handle a trowel and lay bricks and how to identify and use bricklaying tools and equipment. 

Successful completion of the course may lead to further apprenticeship studies in brick/blocklaying. 

Entrance requirements 
To be eligible for a Western Australian apprenticeship you must 
be either 
•an Australian citizen or have Australian citizenship
•be a permanent resident
•be the holder of a passport with Visa subclass 309, 310, 820,
826, 851; or
•be a dependant on a 457 Visa.
You MUST provide proof of your status at your first class, by showing either your Australian passport, Australian Citizenship Certificate, Australian Birth Certificate, Overseas Passport with Permanent Residency Visa or Visa subclass, Medicare Card, Commonwealth Health Care Card or Commonwealth Seniors Health Card.

Resource requirements Steel capped boots are mandatory for this course. We also suggest wearing work attire such as shorts or pants with a t-shirt. 
 

GAB15 GAB15 Cosmetic Tattooing Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Mandurah Campus
Murdoch Campus
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Want to work as a certified cosmetic tattooist?

This course includes the pre-requisite unit: SHBBINF001 Maintain Infection Control Standards.

Students are required to hold the unit: SHBBMUP002 Design and Apply Makeup (or equivalent) as a minimum entry level requirement to this course.

You will learn:

  • Eye liner tattoo
  • Eye brow tattoo
  • Lip line tattoo
  • Plus gain knowledge in infection control and topical anaesthetic application

You will also gain skills in eye brow design, tattoo pigment, skin analysis, Fitzpatrick types and colour theory for cosmetic tattoo application.

Students are required to provide models for practice and assessments. This will be advised by your lecturer at the first class.

A cosmetic tattoo kit for class and home use plus all other learning material is included in your course.

Free parking is available.

Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

Course outline:

Students will receive a Statement of Attainment for the following units:

  • SHBBSKS003 Design and Provide Cosmetic Tattooing
  • SHBBINF001 Maintain Infection Control Standards

Other Requirements:

  • Black pants and black top with closed in shoes
  • Hair must be off the face and tied up if long
  • 2 large white towels, 1 hand towel
  • A camera or mobile phone to take before and after photos
  • Note book and pen

2019 Dates

Mandurah

Tuesday August 13 - Tuesday November 12, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

Murdoch

Wednesday August 14 - Wednesday November 13, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

UEESS00052 AB672 Data Communications - Install and Modify Performance Data Communication Structured Cabling Skill set Full Time
Thornlie Campus
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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.
 

S0103P S0103P Dermaplaning Short Course Part Time
Mandurah Campus
Murdoch Campus
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Advance your employability skills and build your treatment menu with our Dermaplaning workshops.

Pre – Requisite: Certificate IV in beauty therapy or Diploma of beauty therapy or qualified enrolled / Registered Nurse qualified

Dermaplaning is a growing treatment within salons and dermal clinics due to its amazing and visible results. Dermaplaning is the use of a single use, sterile surgical scalpel/blade to manually remove fine vellus hair and excess dead skin cells of the stratum corneum to enable increased penetration of products and treatments leaving the skin smooth and glowing.

Dermaplaning can treat a variety of skin concerns including fine lines, dull skin, dry skin, blocked pores and lifted pigmentation and leaves the epidermis intact without damage to the stratum corneum.

This course is essential for anyone wishing to perform Dermaplaning and advance their aesthetic skin treatment knowledge.

This course will cover:

  • The Structure of the skin
  • Treatment Indications and contra-indications
  • Consultation process
  • Benefits of Dermaplaning
  • Advantages / disadvantages
  • Pre and post treatment protocols

Course induction material provided on the day with all learning material to match your course. A dermaplaning kit is included in this course.

Students will receive a Certificate of Attendance on completion.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

Free parking is available on campus. Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

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2019 Dates

Murdoch
  • Monday September 2, 2019 (09:00 to 15:30)
  • Monday November 11, 2019 (09:00 to 15:30)
Mandurah
  • Monday August 26, 2019 (09:00 to 15:30)
  • Monday November 4, 2019 (09:00 to 15:30)
GAA87 GAA87 Design and Size Consumer Gas Installations Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Rockingham Campus
Q000012
GAA90 GAA90 Digital Photography Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Rockingham Campus
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Are you interested in learning how to use a Digital Camera? Learn from our Expert Lecturer Ben how to make the most of your camera and produce the best photos you can do!

  • Learn the features of your digital camera
  • Improve photography skills (Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture, Macro, Still Life, Sport, Night Photography)
  • Connecting to computer/organising photos
  • Digitally Enhance your images (using Gimp, Adobe Photoshop)
  • Editing and re-touching

2019 Dates

Thursday October 10 - Thursday December 12, 2019

GAA35 GAA35 Drafting and Estimates Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster Campus
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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)
S0010P S0010P Electrical Contractors Nominees Licence/Electrical Contractors Licence Course Short Course Part Time
Thornlie Campus
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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

Please visit the individual Unit pages for dates

GAB08 GAB08 Electrical Navy Gap (ET and MT) Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Rockingham Campus
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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 Campus
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 Campus
Thornlie Campus
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

 

GAA31 GAA31 Engineering Energy Sector Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster Campus
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)
GAA80 GAA80 Engineers Australia Skill Set Skill set Full Time
Munster Campus
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 Campus
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

GAA43 GAA43 Follow Vessel Security Procedures Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
Security, awareness, maritime, wg409, sat, p000000, p000012, wh831, marf003, gaa43

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

  • Maritime security terms and definitions, including elements that may relate to piracy and armed robbery
  • International maritime security policy and responsibilities of governments, companies and persons
  • Maritime security levels and their impact on security measures and procedures aboard ship and in port facilities
  • Security reporting procedures and security related contingency plans
  • Techniques used to circumvent security measures
  • Recognition of potential security threats, including piracy and armed robbery
  • Recognition of weapons, dangerous substances and devices, and awareness of the damage they can cause
  • Handling of security related information and communications
  • Training, drill and exercise requirements under the relevant conventions, codes and IMO circulars, including those relevant to anti-piracy and anti-robbery

2019 Dates

Wednesday December 4 - Thursday December 5, 2018 (08:30 to 15:30)

S0025P S0025P GMDSS Revalidation Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System)

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

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

Permits persons who hold a GMDSS General Operators Certificate (GOC), but do not satisfy AMSA’s revalidation requirement of 12 months of GMDSS equipment use in the last 5 years, to revalidate their GOC.

If you have had 12 months use of GMDSS equipment in the last 5 years, please contact AMSA directly to discuss revalidation of your GOC through them.

Prerequisite:

  • Must hold a GMDSS GOC, please bring to class.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.

Please Note:

  • Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received.
  • Course positions are limited. 100% attendance is required.
  • Minimum dress standards apply to campus attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn ( no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire. Shorts and t-shirts are acceptable.

2019 Dates

Monday September 16 - Thursday September 19, 2019

S0048P S0048P Gas Safety Short Course Part Time
Rockingham Campus
Q000012

The Gas Legislation and Safety course comprises three modules (Gas Standards Legislation, Gas Safety and  Basic Combustion, Fluing and Exhaust Principles), and two parts - Learning and Test

Learning is available online or on a face to face basis (whichever is most suitable for the individuals’ needs) and this ends with the test that is mandated by Energy Safety, the State regulator.

Learning
The online course is available to anyone who enrols and is self-paced, auto-marked and successful completion produces a letter for the student to bring to us, which enables them to take the test. The face to face course is available to anyone who enrols and is run from Rockingham campus on any Tuesday during teaching weeks only. Successful completion of the course enables the student to take the test.

Test 
The test can only be conducted on a face to face basis (Not available online) and is available from Rockingham campus on any Wednesday during teaching weeks only. Successful completion of the test enables students to apply for their restricted Class G permit through Energy Safety.
 

2019 Dates

  • Wednesday September 25 - Thursday September 26, 2019
  • Wednesday December 4 - Thursday December 5, 2019
S0047P S0047P Gas Standards Legislation Short Course Part Time
Rockingham Campus
Q000012

The Gas Legislation and Safety course comprises three modules (Gas Standards Legislation, Gas Safety and  Basic Combustion, Fluing and Exhaust Principles), and two parts - Learning and Test

Learning is available online or on a face to face basis (whichever is most suitable for the individuals’ needs) and this ends with the test that is mandated by Energy Safety, the State regulator.

Learning
The online course is available to anyone who enrols and is self-paced, auto-marked and successful completion produces a letter for the student to bring to us, which enables them to take the test. The face to face course is available to anyone who enrols and is run from Rockingham campus on any Tuesday during teaching weeks only. Successful completion of the course enables the student to take the test.

Test 
The test can only be conducted on a face to face basis (Not available online) and is available from Rockingham campus on any Wednesday during teaching weeks only. Successful completion of the test enables students to apply for their restricted Class G permit through Energy Safety.

2019 Dates

  • Enrolments can occur through the year.
  • Students must attend campus for final test.
  • Participants should allow 1.5 days but completion is usually achieved in 1 day
  • Courses are generally held on Tuesdays after sufficient enrolments occur
  • Dates are subject to flexible scheduling and individual circumstances
S0059P S0059P General Legislative Requirements Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Thornlie Campus
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 Campus
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 Campus
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 Campus
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.

GAA97 GAA97 Introduction to Furniture Making Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Thornlie Campus
Q000002, Furniture, making, gaa97,

The introduction to Furniture Making Skill Set is suitable for participants wishing to gain basic furniture and cabinet making skills. Participants will be taught the set up and safe use of a wide variety of furniture/cabinet making hand tools and power tools to construct a Spice Rack Cabinet, complete with two doors and an adjustable shelf. Participants will also learn how to prepare all surfaces of this project in readiness for applying a finish. Students who successfully complete this course could continue their studies with a pre-apprenticeship and/or apprenticeship in the furniture and cabinet making field Units: MSMWHS200 Work safely (AWC15) MSFFM2001 Use furniture making sector hand and power tools (WI410) MSFFF2004 Prepare surfaces for finishing (WI316)

2019 Dates

  • Friday July 26 - Friday September 27, 2019
  • Friday October 11 - Friday December 13, 2019
GAA02 GAA02 Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Workplace
Jandakot Campus
Thornlie Campus
P000000, P000007, O000000, O000001, ZZ000000, Mechanical, Vehicle, Servicing, Heavy, Road, Transport, lf, class, plant, truck, bus, mechanic, fork, lift, warehouse, licence, operate, forklift, d5241, TAFE13, AWL73, TLILIC2001, gaa02

On successful achievement of competency, participants will be issued with nationally recognised statement of attainment to operate a forklift truck. TLILIC2001

The theory component is done online and the assessment and driver training is conducted face to face over 3 nights or 2 days for full time. The 2 day full-time option is dependent on numbers.

GAA32 GAA32 Machines and Motors Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Munster Campus
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 Campus
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)
GAA19 GAA19 Makeup Artistry Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Mandurah Campus
Murdoch Campus
beauty, makeup artistry, makeup, makeup artist, diploma of makeup, makeup qualifications, certificate ii in makeup services, certificate iii in makeup, awpo, awp0, awpo 5, awp0 5, shb30215, J000000, J000011, smt0084, GAA19

This course enables you to work as a freelance makeup artist or in a hair or beauty salon performing makeup.

Students learn how to:

  • design and apply day makeup
  • evening, bridal and photographic makeup
  • how to analyse face shapes
  • apply colour principles and design
  • contouring and highlighting techniques
  • eyeshadow shading techniques to create fashion, bridal and photographic designs

This course also covers current makeup trends, latest design techniques and how to consult with clients to meet their needs at a commercial level.

This course enables you to work as a freelance makeup artist or in a hair or beauty salon performing makeup.

Students in this course are trained with MAC Cosmetics, Kryolan and learn to use Dermalogica skincare.

On successful completion of this course students will have achieved national recognised units of competence which are part of the new SHB30215 Certificate III in Makeup Services qualification.

Students are required to provide models, this will be advised by your lecturer on your first class. Students are also required to practice their skills at home during this course.

Course induction material provided on the first night with all learning material to match your course.

Free parking. Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

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Course Outline:

  • SHBBMUP002 Design and apply make-up
  • SHBBMUP003 Design and apply make-up for photography
  • SHBBMUP004 Design and apply remedial camouflage make-up

Other requirements:

  • Student are required to have access to a computer,be able to read and understand English.
  • Basic Makeup Brush Set Included
  • All products are provided for each class. MAC, Kryolan, Mehron and Dermalogica.
  • Students are required to bring a black hand towel, tweezers, wear black pants and black top with enclosed shoes
  • Hair must be tied back neatly and professional presentation of makeup is required
  • Students are recommended to bring a camera or mobile phone to take before and after photos
  • Models will be required for practical classes – this information will be provided in your first class
  • Students will be supplied with learning material

2019 Dates

Mandurah

Wednesday August 7 - Wednesday October 23, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

Murdoch

Wednesday August 7 - Wednesday October 23, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

GAA45 GAA45 Manage Firefighting and Fire Prevention Activities on Board a Vessel Skill Set Skill set Full Time
Part Time
Fremantle Campus
wg420, fire, fighting, p000000, p000012, wh839, marf011, gaa45, D000001

AMSA refer to this Unit as "Advanced Fire".

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

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

  • Management of shipboard fire prevention techniques
  • Coordination of tactical fire fighting methods
  • Use/maintenance of fire fighting equipment
  • Fire detection material

Prerequisites:

  • Students must have obtained an AMSA approved Basic Fire Fighting before attending the Advanced Fire course (please provide a copy of your Basic Fire Certificate to Maritime Commercial Course Coordinator, before course commencement).
  • AMSA requires that you have FOUR (4) MONTHS BREAK between completing the Basic Fire course and attending the Advanced Fire course. (Contact AMSA for clarification if required, ph: 9430 2100)

Please note:

  • Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received.
  • Course positions are limited. Practical component conducted at ERGT Jandakot. 100% attendance is required.
  • Minimum dress standards apply to campus and ERGT Jandakot attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn (no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire.
  • It is not acceptable for clothing displaying pictures and or/messages likely to cause offence to others 
  • It is a requirement that men be clean-shaven for the practical components conducted at ERGT Jandakot. Facial hair can affect the sealing capability of the face mask.

2019 Dates

Monday October 21 - Wednesday October 23, 2019

GAA70 GAA70 Manage Pests by Applying Pesticides Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Bentley Campus

2019 Dates

  • Monday September 16 - Friday September 20, 2019
  • Monday November 11 - Friday November 15, 2019
GAA47 GAA47 Manage Provision of Medical Care On Board A Vessel Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
wh843, medical shipmasters, maritime, p000000, p000012, marf015, GAA47

This course provides the candidate with the knowledge and skills required to take charge of a medical emergency on board ship, to seek assistance from shore based medical advisers, and carry out medical procedures as directed from shore based medical advisers. 

The course is conducted entirely at Royal Flying Doctors Service - Jandakot.

Courses offer a combination of theory and practical sessions involving direct lectures from trained medical practitioners and hospital staff, group discussions, case studies and direct observation of medical cases. This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved.

Main body structure and functions 
Resuscitation techniques 
Initial patient assessment 
Principles of managing medical emergencies and injuries 
The measures for disease prevention and industrially related medical conditions 
Medical diagnosis of infectious diseases and other conditions which may present at sea and port 
Actions to take in the event of medical emergencies 
Management of alcohol and drug abuse 
Prerequisites:

An AMSA approved Medical First Aid 
Please Note:

Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received. 
Course positions are limited. 100% attendance is required. 
Minimum dress standards apply to both Royal Flying Doctor Service and Hospital attendance. 

2019 Dates

There are no future dates for semester two at present
 

MARSS00010 AC870 Marine Radio Operator's VHF and HF Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
marine, radio, operator, operators, mar020, marc020, aug86, p000000, p000012, D000001

This unit acts as an additional module to Coxswain and Master Under 24M. Priority of placing will be given to students undergoing this study pathway.

Minimum age 16 years.

Equipment required:

Pens and notepad 
Current passport sized photo 
For more info: please visit the AMSA website following this link, Marine Radio Qualifications

2019 Dates

There are no future dates for semester two at present
 

S0026P S0026P Masters Revalidation Part A Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus
STCW95, STCW95-2, Master, Deck, Officer, P000000, P000012, S0161, 09134, s0161 09134, smt0109,

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

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

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

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

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

Prerequisite:

A valid or expired Australian Master or Deck Officer Certificate of Competency

S0087P S0087P Masters Revalidation Part B Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus
STCW95, STCW95-2, Master, Deck, Officer, P000000, P000012, S0161, 09134, s0161 09134, smt0109,

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

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

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

Revalidation PART B, common to Masters and Deck Officers

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

Prerequisite:

A valid or expired Australian Master or Deck Officer Certificate of Competency
 

GAA20 GAA20 Nail Technology (Acrylic Nails) Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Mandurah Campus
Murdoch Campus
beauty, nail artistry, acrylic nail, gel nails, nail qualification, certificate ii in nail technology, certificate iii in nail technology, nail technician, nail courses, awo9, aw09, awo9 4, aw09 4, shb30315, J000000, J000013, smt0079, GAA20, J000011, J000012

This course consists of the skills and knowledge to apply, maintain and remove acrylic and gel nails, apply advanced nail art and the use of the electric drill. You will learn how to consult with clients, select suitable products and techniques, and apply nail enhancements that include overlays, refills, tips, and French.

Qualified Nail Technician trainers currently working in the nail and beauty industry, provide quality up to date skills and knowledge in nail technology.

This course requires fine hand and eye coordination skills and attention to detail.

Students are required to provide models, this will be advised by your lecturer on your first class.

Course induction material is provided on the first night. We will advise you on the purchase of a suitable nail kit at an approximate cost of $155.95. All other course materials are supplied.

On successful completion of this course students will have achieved national recognised units of competence which are part of the SHB30315 Certificate III in Nail Technology qualification.

Free parking. Security is present on the premises for evening classes.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

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Course Outline:

  • AVG21 SHBBNLS003 Apply acrylic nail enhancements
  • AVG42 SHBBNLS002 Apply gel nail enhancements
  • AVG24 SHBBNLS004 Apply nail art
  • AVG65 SHBBNLS006 Apply advanced nail art
  • AVG05 SHBBNLS005 Use electric file for nail services

Other requirements:

  • Students are required to have access to a computer, be able to read and understand English.
  • Basic acrylic nail kit
  • 2 hand towels
  • Students are required to wear black pants and black top with enclosed shoes
  • Hair must be tied back neatly and professional presentation is required
  • Models will be required for practical classes – this information will be provided in your first class

2019 Dates

Mandurah

Tuesday August 6 - Tuesday November 12, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

Murdoch

Tuesday August 6 - Tuesday November 12, 2019 (18:00 to 21:00)

GAA44 GAA44 Operate Survival Craft and Other Lifesaving Appliances Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
WG416, Proficiency, rescue, survival, craft, p000000, p000012, wh835, MARF007, GAA44, D000001

AMSA refer to this Unit as "Proficiency in Survival Craft other than Fast rescue Boats - PSC" 

A comprehensive mix of theory and practical sessions intended to provide candidates with the skills and knowledge required to perform survival craft operations during shipboard emergency response situations. This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved.

Emergency response organisation techniques 
Escape routes 
Lifesaving appliances 
Personal preparation for abandonment & threats to survival 
Abandonment 
Personal protection techniques against hypothermia 
Pyrotechnics 
EPIRBS, SARTS, AUSREP & AMVER 
Handling survival craft (life raft, lifeboat open & enclosed) 
Prerequisites:
Students must be at least 18 years of age 
Students must have completed at least 6 months of sea service on SOLAS certified vessels. 
Please Note:
Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received. 
Course positions are limited. Practical component conducted at ERGT Jandakot. 100% attendance is required. 
Minimum dress standards apply to college and ERGT Jandakot attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn ( no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire. Shorts and t-shirts are acceptable. 
Please be aware that ERGT Jandakot will provide attendees with overalls, but participants will need to provide their own swimming costume (and wet weather jacket and pants if it is raining). 
 

2019 Dates

Monday November 18 - Wednesday November 20, 2019

GAA23 GAA23 Operate and Maintain Chainsaws Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Murdoch Campus
C000000, C000010, C000002, C000006, chainsaw, maintenance, osh, ohs, whs, wsh, D454SHORT, AHC20410, d454, smt0089, ahcmom213, BAS06, GAA23

In this course you'll learn how to cross-cut fallen timber and the cutting techniques to maximise volume and quality recovery. You'll also learn about complying with the mandatory codes of practice and legislation to safely operate a chainsaw in the workplace.

Application of skills and knowledge to cross-cut fallen timber 
Identify cutting techniques to maximise volume and quality recovery 
Comply with mandatory codes of practice and relevant legislation to safely operate chainsaws in the workplace along with duty of care to self, others and the environment 
This course is suitable for people who operate chainsaws in an urban environment (it does not cover remote operators working in state forest.

Competency unit covered in this course:

BAS06 AHCMOM213 Operate and Maintain Chainsaws 
Additional Requirements 

Participants are required to wear appropriate PPE (All PPE must comply with the relevant Australian Standards) for this course:

Safety helmet 
Safety glasses AS1337 min 
Hearing protection class 5 
Steel capped safety boots 
Gloves (optional) 
Long trousers 
No loose fitting items of clothing, jewellery, long hair contained.

2019 Dates

  • Thursday November 7 and Thursday November 14, 2019
S0060P S0060P Operation (Electrical) Legislative Requirements Short Course Part Time
Thornlie Campus
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
S0038P S0038P PVC Pipe Handling and Installation Short Course Part Time
Rockingham Campus
0512SHORT1, pvc, pipe, laying, water corp, water, corporation, Q000000, Q000012, Q000004, smt0056, s0038p,

This course is a Water Corporation of WA accredited program, for operatives in the civil and construction areas working on land development projects where PVC pipe laying is required.

The accredited program provides essential knowledge and practical skills for PVC Pipe layers. The course provides updated theory provided by the Water Corporation to address new requirements. Assessment methods include theory and practical assessing.

Candidates must be over 18 years of age.

2019 Dates

Monday 14 October 2019

GAA58 GAA58 Painters Registration - Business and Estimating Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Self Paced
Thornlie Campus
Q000000, Q000006, painter, painters, painting, decorating, registration, building, painter's, painters', yw10, yw1o, TAFE13, Construction, Signcraft, license, licence, ZZ000000 smt0147, GAA58

There are two units of the Course in Painters Registration included in this short course.

AUL08 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business (BSBSMB401)

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to identify and comply with all regulations affecting the business. It applies to individuals operating a small business who use analytical skills to interpret legislation and regulations and develop procedures to manage compliance.

W9241 Identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects (CPCCBC4004A)

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to establish the estimated costs associated with the acquisition of materials and labour on building and construction sites, together with the application of relevant overhead costs and margins. Knowledge of physical resource and supplier identification, assessment of the availability of and requirements for skilled labour and application of appropriate codes, regulations and approvals gaining processes is essential.

Participants must have previous experience in the painting industry and be seeking licensing with the Building Commission.

Completion of all four units from the Course in Painters Registration will satisfy requirements for licensing.

For Business and Estimating

  • BSBSMB401 AUL08 Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements of Small Business (CBT)
  • CPCCBC4004A W9241 Identify and Produce Estimated Costs for Building and Construction Projects (CBT)

For Prepare Surfaces and Wallpapering

  • CPCCPD3021A D7385 Prepare Surfaces for Painting (CBT)
  • 82985 PRB Colour and Wallpapering (CBT)

The Course in Painters Registration will provide you with the skills and knowledge to work as a contractor in the painting and decorating industry. You will learn about surface preparation, coating systems, colour theory and wallpapering techniques. You will also learn how to estimate costs associated with the acquisition of materials and labour on building and construction sites and understand the practice of running a painting and decorating business.

2019 Dates

  • Online study
  • Intensive (5 days full-time)
  • Evenings (2 nights a week for 16 weeks)
  • Online has continuous enrolments
  • For the latest dates for Intensive or Evening, contact SMTAFE on 1800 001 001
GAA61 GAA61 Painters Registration - Prepare Surface for Painting and Colour and Wallpapering Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Self Paced
Thornlie Campus
Q000000, Q000006, painter, painters, painting, decorating, registration, building, painter's, painters', yw10, yw1o, TAFE13, Construction, Signcraft, license, licence, ZZ000000, smt0144, GAA61

This short course covers two units from the Course in Painters Registration.

D7385 Prepare surfaces for painting (CPCCPD3021A)

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to restore, repair and prepare different material surfaces for the application of paint.The unit includes planning and preparation for the work, preparation of new or uncoated surfaces, preparation of previously coated surfaces, preparation of previously wallpapered surfaces for painting and completion of clean-up activities.

82985 PRB colour and wallpapering (82985)

2019 Dates

Ongoing enrolments for online study

GAA40 GAA40 Plumbing Contracting Licensing (Business) Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Bentley Campus
Rockingham Campus
Q000000, Q000012, plumbing, license, J497short, CPC40912, plumbers, contracting, contractor, contractors, licensing, smt0141, j497, Gaa40, GAA41,

Pre requisites
Must have completed a plumbing trade qualification.

Books (Note: All books apart from the Regulations/Standards are included in the fees)
Business:
• ISBN: (9781921734045) BSBSMB401A Textbook Establish Business Legal Requirements
• ISBN: (2770000021524) BCPCM4002A Estimate & Cost Plumbing Theory Notes
• IBSN: (2770000021517) BCPCM4001A Carry Out Risk Control Processes Theory Notes

Regulations/Standards:
• Health Regulations Standards Act ISBN: (RKH028) Treatment of Sewerage, Disposal of Effluent & Liquid Wastes
• Water Regulations Standards ISBN: (RKP 097) Plumbers Licensing and Plumbing Standards Regulations 2000
• AS/NZS 3500 Plumbing Code ISBN: 2770000019835 2015 Edition

  • Business Units Self Paced (mainly online, plus two days mandatory attendance) - 12 weeks

2019 Dates

You may enrol anytime for this 12 week long course. There are mandatory attendance dates at campus below with the rest of the study to be done at home.

Thursday 24 and Friday 25 October, 2019

  • Work based risk control processes
  • Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business
  • Estimate and cost work
GAA41 GAA41 Plumbing Contracting Licensing (Specialist) Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Bentley Campus
Rockingham Campus
Q000012

The following theory components of the course require you to complete a workbook for each. You will be required to present these completed workbooks on the commencement of each theory class.
• Drainage
• Sanitary
• Backflow
• Water Supply

Pre requisites
Must have completed a plumbing trade qualification.

Books (Note: All books apart from the Regulations/Standards are included in the fees)

Drainage Units:
• ISBN: (9781742058115) CPCPDR4013A BC1909 Domestic Treatment plant Disposal Systems
• ISBN: (9781742058139) CPCPDR4011A BC1911 Sanitary Drainage systems.

Backflow Units:
• ISBN: (9781742058108) CPCPWT4012A BC1908

Commission & Maintain Backflow Prevention Devices Sanitary Units:
• ISBN: (9781742058054) CPCPSN4011A BC1901

Design and size sanitary plumbing system Water Units:
• ISBN: (9781742056951) CPCPWT4011A BC1907 Design and size Heated and cold water Services and system
• ISBN: (9781742058122) CPCPWT4003A BC1910 Commission and maintain Heated Water Temperature

Regulations/Standards:
• Health Regulations Standards Act ISBN: (RKH028) Treatment of Sewerage, Disposal of Effluent & Liquid Wastes
• Water Regulations Standards ISBN: (RKP 097) Plumbers Licensing and Plumbing Standards Regulations 2000
• AS/NZS 3500 Plumbing Code ISBN: 2770000019835 2015 Edition

2019 Dates

All courses are run on an "as needed basis" and are subject to sufficient numbers of participants

Drainage
  • Monday 7 to Friday 18 October, 2019
Sanitary
  • Monday 28 October to  – Friday 1 November, 2019
Backflow
  • Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 November, 2019
Water Supply
  • Thursday 14 to Thursday 21 November, 2019
Assessment Re-sit
  • Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 November, 2019
S0004P S0004P Pregnancy Massage Workshop Short Course Part Time
Murdoch Campus
Pregnancy, massage, smt0041, J000000, J000009, 08655, smt0149, S0004P

This workshop delivers both the theory and practical components that will enable you to safely and confidently provide a full body massage, with specific treatment outcomes for women throughout their pregnancy and during the early months of motherhood.

Industry position statement: It is safe to provide massage to women in all 3 trimesters with referral from GP and therapist to have undergone specific pregnancy massage training. Massage associations recommend that massage therapists have specialised training in pregnancy massage.

This course is ideal for students who are studying or have achieved a Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice or Diploma of Remedial Massage and wish to enhance their current skills.

Content

  • Gain an understanding of the physiological changes during the trimesters of pregnancy.
  • Learn contraindications for massage during pregnancy.
  • Learn correct draping & positioning for comfort on the massage table.
  • Receive a comprehensive workbook.

Outcomes

  • Participants will have a new skill they can include in their massage skill tool box.
  • Accrue CPE Points
  • Advanced Techniques in Treatments that are not part of massage training.
  • Increase skill base to become more employable and/ or offer more service to clients.

2019 Dates

2 day workshop

Friday November 1 - Friday November 8, 2019 (09:00 to 17:00)

GAA46 GAA46 Provide Medical First Aid On Board a Vessel Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
WH841, Medical, first, aid, p000000, p000012, MARF013, GAA46, D000001

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

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

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

Prerequisites:

  • Provide First Aid (HLTAID003)

Please Note:

  • Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received
  • Course positions are limited. 100% attendance is required.
  • Minimum dress standards apply to campus attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn (no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire. Shorts and t-shirts are acceptable.

2019 Dates

Monday December 2 - Thursday December 5, 2019

GAA24 GAA24 Residential Turf Management Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Murdoch Campus
turf, greenkeeping, greenkeeper, groundsperson, SMT0102, C000000, C000002, Horticulture, Lawn, mowing, weeds, plant, nutrition, GAA24

A course for residential and commercial Lawnmowing/Lawncare contractors or employees.

This course covers a wide range of topics, all relevant to the domestic and small commercial mowing contractor.

Topics include WHS, fertilisers and pricing, soils and soil preparation, turf recognition, plant structure and function, mowing techniques, turf renovation, irrigation, pests and diseases, sales and marketing, planning, debtor control and summer and winter survival.

Content:

  • WHS –  Workplace Health & Safety
  • Plant nutrition, Soil Wetting Agents, Calibration, Application
  • Turf Recognition, Different Species, External Features, Growth Habits
  • Plant Physiology, Structure and Function, Root Systems
  • Soil Components, pH Levels, Soil Preparation, Install and Establish Turf
  • Lawn Care and Maintenance,
  • Mowing Techniques and Renovation
  • Preparation of machinery and equipment
  • Pests and Diseases, Identification, Treatment
  • Irrigation Systems, Installation, Maintenance, Troubleshooting
  • Sales and Marketing in Lawnmowing Buying and Selling Clients, Maximising Income
  • Planning Your Work, Expanding Your Business
  • Maintaining Your Business, Debtors, Summer/Winter Survival

Competency Units in this course:

  • BAL98 AHCPMG302 Control Plant Pests, Diseases and Disorders
  • BAO01 AHCPM301 Implement a plant nutrition program
  • BAO73 AHCTRF303 Implement a grassed area maintenance program
  • BAP15 AHCBUS404 Operate within a budget framework

2019 Dates

Tuesday 28 May to Tuesday 3 September (16:00 to 20:00)

S0096P S0096P Restricted Plumbers Licence Short Course Part Time
Rockingham Campus
Q000012

Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to obtain a restricted licence from the Plumbing Licensing Board.

A Restricted Plumbing Licence qualifies the holder to remove and replace water heaters and disconnecting, removing, installing and reconnecting compression unions, temperature/pressure relief valves and expansion control valves.

Scope of work authorised under a restricted plumbing permit:

There are two criteria for determining the type of plumbing work permitted to be carried out by the holder of a restricted plumbing permit.

Criteria 1

The plumbing work to be carried out must only be in the course of:

a. removing a water heater; or
b. removing and reinstalling a water heater; or
c. replacing a water heater.

Criteria 2

The work to be carried out is limited to disconnecting, removing, installing and reconnecting:

a. a compression union;
b. a temperature/pressure relief valve; or
c. an expansion control valve.

Only licensed electrical workers and licensed gasfitters are eligible to obtain a restricted plumbing permit.

GAA25 GAA25 SMARTtrain Chemical Application Course (Level 3) Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Murdoch Campus
C000000, C000010, C000002, c000009, chemical, pesticide, D473SHORT2, pest, risk, environment, smarttrain, smartrain, AHC30710, SMT0091, GAA25

This course is for people who use pesticides with powered and hand-held application equipment. You will gain the skills and knowledge to apply, transport and store chemicals safely.

  • Determine the need for chemical use
  • Identify the appropriate chemical
  • Prepare for chemical use according to label and MSDS
  • Identify conditions for safely applying chemicals
  • List procedures for cleaning up following chemical application
  • Record application details
  • Determine how to transport and handle chemicals
  • Identify how to store chemical safely
  • Record storage details
  • Read and interpret label and MSDS directions for safe transport, handling and storage

Competency units covered in this course:

  • BAP97 AHCPMG301 Control Weeds
  • BAN65 AHCCHM303 Prepare and Apply Chemicals
  • BAN70 AHCCHM304 Transport and Store Chemicals

Competent students will receive a Statement of Attainment. Successful completion of this course will give participants the qualifications required to apply for a basic weed spraying licence from WA Department of Health.

Other Information:

  • Covered shoes or boots must be worn
  • Pen and calculator required

Participants will receive the following resources:

  • A reference manual
  • An assessment guide

2019 Dates

  • Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 September, 2019 (8am to 4pm)
  • Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 October, 2019 (8am to 4pm)
  • Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 November, 2019 (8am to 4pm)
  • Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 November, 2019 (8am to 4pm)
  • Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 December, 2019 (8am to 4pm)
GAA26 GAA26 SMARTtrain Chemical Risk Management (Level 4) Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Murdoch Campus
C000000, C000010, C000002, c000009, chemical, pesticide, D503SHORT, pest, risk, environment, smarttrain, smartrain, AHC40410, SMT0092, GAA26

This course is suitable for training supervisors and managers with risk management skills to manage the transportation, storage, application and record keeping of agricultural chemicals (including biological pesticides). Participants must be accredited at Level 3 to achieve competence at Level 4.

Course structure

  • Introduction to risk management
  • Integrated resistance and pest management
  • Chemical application management
  • Chemical risk management
  • Environmental risk management
  • Residue risk management
  • Records management
  • Comply with mandatory codes of practice and relevant legislation to safely transport, store and handle chemicals in the workplace
  • Identify integrated management strategies to control pests
  • Select appropriate chemicals for application to an identified pest problem at a particular site
  • Establish procedures to ensure chemicals are applied according to the label
  • Assess the risk of residues in commodities and as contaminants in the environment during and following chemical application
  • Design and implement recording systems for chemical storage

Competency units covered in this course

  • BAL98 AHCPMG302 Control plant pests, diseases and disorders
  • BAM93 AHCCHM401 Develop procedures to minimise risk in the use of chemicals
  • BAL49 AHCCHM402 Plan and implement a chemical use program

Competent students will receive a Statement of Attainment

The successful completion of this course in conjunction with units from the level 3 SMARTtrain course will enable the operator to obtain a contract operator's license from the Department of Health WA.

Pre-requisite

SMARTtrain Chemical Application Course (Level 3)

Requirements

  • Covered shoes or boots must be worn
  • Pen and calculator required

Participants will receive the following resources

  • A reference manual
  • An assessment guide

2019 Dates

Monday November 25 and Monday December 2, 2019

MARSS00007 AC720 Safety Training Certification Skill Set Skill set Full Time
Fremantle Campus
STCW95, Maritime, Safety, P000000, P000012, stcw95-1, awo1, aw01, wh834, wh836, wh837, wh831, wh831 34 36 37, marf003, marf006, marf008, marf009, MARSS00007, D000001

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

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

The Certificate of Safety Training is made up of (5) components - as follows. Please note that we only conduct the first 4 units here, and not the first aid component. Senior First Aid will therefore need to be done separately.

MARF008 Prevent and fight fires on board a vessel - State ID WH836 
MARF006 Observe personal safety and social responsibility - State ID WH834 
MARF009 Survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment - State ID WH837 
MARF003 Follow vessel security procedures - State ID WH831 
Elementary First Aid (equivalent to Senior First Aid) 
Please Note:

Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received. 
Course positions are limited. Practical component conducted at ERGT. 100% attendance is required. 
Minimum dress standards apply to campus and ERGT attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn ( no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire. 
It is a requirement that men be clean-shaven for the practical component of the fire fighting, conducted at ERGT. Facial hair can affect the sealing capability of the face mask during fire training. 
Contact us for individual component fees and dates. 
Certification from the college must be lodged using AMSA form 419 through an AMSA allocated Post Office and there will be a fee involved. 

2019 Dates

November 25 - December 5 (Monday - Friday) & December 7-8 (Monday - Tuesday), requires student to bring "Provide First Aid Certificate" HLTAID003

GAA99 GAA99 Scuba Dive in Open Water to a Maximum Depth of 18 Metres Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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This entry level SCUBA diving course teaches beginners how to dive in a safe and enjoyable manner. Once qualified, you are able to dive to a maximum depth of 18m (60ft) with another person of similar qualification or higher.

The course is held over 4 days, including a day of dive theory and equipment familiarisation, a day of learning dive skills in a controlled environment such as a swimming pool, and 2 days of diving in the ocean (with one of these days aimed to include diving off of our diving vessel, the Maritime Image).

This is a PADI certification.

You require a recreational diving medical that meets Australian standard AS4005.1

SISOSCB301A Scuba dive in open water to a maximum depth of 18m
 

GAA37 GAA37 Service Type A Gas Appliances Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Rockingham Campus
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Applicants must hold a G Class gas permit from Energy Safety W.A.

This course will train and assess students in the skills and knowledge required to competently service Type A gas appliances.

Students completing this course can apply to Energy Safety W.A. to have 'Servicing' endorsed on their G Class permit.

Students will need to conduct self-directed computer based training using Blackboard.

Course Outline:

  • basic electrical theory 
  • characteristics of electromotive force (EMF) 
  • characteristics of fuses
  • circuit breakers
  • residual current devices and earthing systems 
  • combustion characteristics and effects 
  • conduction 
  • current flow 
  • ignition systems 
  • insulation 
  • isolation procedures 
  • Ohm's law 
  • burners and burner adjustment 
  • characteristics of conversion from one gas type to another 
  • classification of appliances and identification of related components 
  • electrical safety, including isolation procedures and requisite precautions 
  • gas appliance regulators 
  • gas appliance thermostats 
  • gas safety, including:
  • combustion characteristics and effects 
  • isolation procedures 
  • job safety analysis (JSA) and safe work method statements (SWMS) 
  • operation of flame failure systems used in Type A gas appliances

2019 Dates

Day blocks

Monday August 5 - Friday August 16, 2019

Night classes

Thursday July 25 - Thursday December 12, 2019 (16:00 to 20:00)

MARSS00008 AC773 Shipboard Safety Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
D000001, P000012

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

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

The Certificate of Safety Training is made up of (5) components - as follows. Please note that we only conduct the first 4 units here, and not the first aid component. Senior First Aid will therefore need to be done separately.

  • MARF008 Prevent and fight fires on board a vessel - State ID WH836
  • MARF006 Observe personal safety and social responsibility - State ID WH834
  • MARF009 Survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment - State ID WH837
  • MARF003 Follow vessel security procedures - State ID WH831
  • Elementary First Aid (equivalent to Senior First Aid)

Please Note:

  • Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received.
  • Course positions are limited. Practical component conducted at ERGT. 100% attendance is required.
  • Minimum dress standards apply to campus and ERGT attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn ( no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire.
  • It is a requirement that men be clean-shaven for the practical component of the fire fighting, conducted at ERGT. Facial hair can affect the sealing capability of the face mask during fire training.
  • Contact us for individual component fees and dates.
  • Certification from the college must be lodged using AMSA form 419 through an AMSA allocated Post Office and there will be a fee involved.
  • Students will be required to provide a Provide First Aid Certificate HLTAID003.

2019 Dates

Monday November 25 - Tuesday December 10, 2019

S0005P S0005P Skin Needling Workshop (Collagen Induction Therapy) Short Course Part Time
Mandurah Campus
Murdoch Campus
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Advance your employability skills and build your treatment menu with our upcoming Skin Needling Workshops. Skin needling is a growing treatment within salons and dermal clinics due to its visible results.

Skin Needling, also referred to as; Percutaneous Collagen Induction (PCI), Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), Dermal Rolling or Dermal Stamping all involve creating a microscopic pin-prick wound with a needle device creating tiny channels into the epidermis engaging the body’s natural wound healing response. Skin Needling is a procedure for the reduction of wrinkles, thin skin density, hyper-pigmentation, photo ageing, scars, and stretch marks.

Skin Needling leaves the epidermis intact without damage to the stratum corneum. It promotes wound healing while encouraging an even deposition of collagen and elastin.

This course is essential for anyone wishing to perform Skin Needling and advance their aesthetic skin treatment knowledge.

This course will cover:

  • The Wound Healing Process
  • Skin Needling Depths and Different Interactions
  • Treatment Indications and contra-indications
  • Consultation process
  • Treatment Parameters and Protocols

Students will receive a Certificate of Attendance on completion.

Students are required to be able to speak and understand English.

Pre – Requisite: Certificate IV in beauty therapy or Diploma of beauty therapy or qualified enrolled / Registered Nurse qualified

2019 Dates

Mandurah

Wednesday November 20, 2018 (09:00 to 15:30)

Murdoch

Monday November 18, 2018 (09:00 to 15:30)

S0029P S0029P Tanker Familiarisation (Liquefied Gas Tanker) Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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CRN# FMO061

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

This course is one of the requirements for issuance of AMSA Electro-Technical Officer qualification.

2019 Dates

Monday October 21 - Tuesday October 22, 2019

S0030P S0030P Tanker Familiarisation (Oil & Chemical) Short Course Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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CRN#FMO052

STCW Reg V/1-1 and Code Section A-V/1-1, paragraph 1, Table A-V/1-1-1

This course is one of the requirements for issuance of AMSA Electro-Technical Officer qualification

2019 Dates

  • Wednesday July 24 - Thursday July 25, 2019
  • Wednesday October 23 - Thursday October 24, 2019
S0062P S0062P Testing and Tagging - Using a Portable Appliance Tester Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Rockingham Campus
Q000009
S0063P S0063P Testing and Tagging of Portable RCD's Short Course Part Time
Self Paced
Rockingham Campus
Q000009
GAA50 GAA50 Transmit and Receive Information by the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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This is a fully accredited course of study and instruction for the GMDSS General Operators Certificate (GMDSS GOC), complying with National and International Standards. Our course meets the requirements of Marine Orders Part 6 (AMSA), is fully accredited by AMSA and audited annually.

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

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

This course meets the requirements of STCW and is AMSA approved.

  • GMDSS skills.

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age

Please Note:

  • Your position will not be confirmed until payment has been received.
  • Course positions are limited. 100% attendance is required.
  • Minimum dress standards apply to campus attendance: ie closed in shoes be worn (no sandals, thongs or bare feet), neat casual attire. Shorts and t-shirts are acceptable.

2019 Dates

Monday October 21 -Friday November 1, 2019

S0081P S0081P Try A Trade (ABBTF) Short Course Part Time
Rockingham Campus
Q000008
S0079P S0079P Try A Trade (Construction Training Fund) Short Course Part Time
Mandurah Campus
Rockingham Campus
Q000003
GAA49 GAA49 Use an Electronic Chart Display and Information System to Navigate Safely Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus
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This aim of this course is to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to understand the capability and limitations of ECDIS as used during a navigational watch, to operate, interpret and analyse information obtained from ECDIS, and manage ECDIS operation, system files and data. This course meets the requirements of STCW as revised by Manila Amendments 2010, and is AMSA approved. It also meets the requirements of IMO Model 1.27 (2012).

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

  • Elements of ECDIS
  • Watch keeping with ECDIS
  • ECDIS Route Planning and Monitoring
  • ECDIS Targets, Charts and Systems
  • ECDIS Responsibility

Prerequisites:

  • must have previously obtained formal instruction in Terrestrial Navigation and be familiar with visual navigation
  • must have served a period of supervised Bridge Watch - keeping duties
  • must have completed a Basic Radar / ARPA and ENS course
  • basic computer skills

2019 Dates

Monday November 11 - Friday November 15, 2019

GAB10 GAB10 Weld Supervisor Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Naval Base Campus
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)

S0017P S0017P Welding Introduction Short Course Part Time
Thornlie Campus
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The Welding Introduction course is for candidates who have never welded before and provides an opportunity for candidates to try a range of welding processes over a five week course.

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

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

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

No previous experience required.

You’re welcome to bring your own projects, and discuss their suitability with the lecturer.

You are required to wear personal protective clothing at all times which includes steel capped safety boots, clear safety glasses, long pants and cotton drill shirt.

2019 Dates

  • Wednesday August 28- Wednesday September 25, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Wednesday October 9 - Wednesday November 6, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
  • Wednesday November 13 - Wednesday December 11, 2019 (17:30 to 20:30)
GAA98 GAA98 Work Ready Painting and Decorating Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Thornlie Campus
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This five-day short course will provide students with a taste of the Painting industry, as well as an opportunity to obtain a White Card.

Due to the nature of the course activities, all participants of this course will need to wear work attire suitable for workshop environment.

2019 Dates

  • There are presently no dates available for semester two
  • Last run Monday June 17 - Friday June 21, 2019
GAA05 GAA05 Work Safety in Confined Spaces on a Vessel Skill Set Skill set Part Time
Fremantle Campus

On successful completion of this training, participants will be able to: Identify the legislative requirements applicable to entry into confined spaces in the State of Western Australia. Identify what constitutes a confined space. Understand the hazards associated with entering a confined space. Understand contaminated atmospheres. Be able to execute a Confined Space Entry (SCE) permit. Know the minimum safety requirements for entry into a confined space including risk assessment and risk control. Be able to participate in a CSE risk assessment.
 

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