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DeliCVX_Logo_THEC_4-line_large_TM_RGB.jpgvered in partnership with Chevron Australia, the Women in Engineering program provides valuable foundation skills for gaining employment in Western Australia’s oil and gas and resources industry, or a pathway to higher level qualifications.  Students benefit from a supportive, applied learning environment and access to female role models.  There are 14 fully funded scholarships available. 

Applications for Women in Engineering 2020 have now closed.  

Express your interest in the 2021 program.


Course: MSM30116 Certificate III in Process Manufacturing

Duration: 20 weeks full time, commencing Monday 20 July 2020 

Location: Munster Campus 

Students also have the option to complete the the Certificate II in Process Plant Operations (PMA20116) in addition the Certificate III in Process Manufacturing (MSM30116), which will also be fully funded under the scholarship in order to further their career opportunities.  The Certificate II in Process Plant Operations (PMA20116) will also run at Munster campus in Semester 2, each Monday from 8.30am-3.30pm.


Course Aims

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


Entry Requirements

Applicants are required to be female, Australian residents and must be competent in communication and mathematics. These skills are equivalent to completion of Year 10, but may also be achieved through previous work or informal learning experiences. The course has been designed to meet the needs of women who are returning to work, seeking a career change, recently completed high school or as an alternative pathway to university. The learning environment is structured to provide a high level of support for students returning to formal education.


Industry Engagement

A key focus of the course is to provide participants with an insight into oil and gas operations from a female perspective and to address barriers that may discourage women from entering the industry.  As part of the course students will visit workplaces, have access to industry representatives and participate in valuable presentations.


Course Information

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More information

Please email should you have any questions about the program.

Page last updated July 20, 2020