Explore your options in the diverse engineering industry.
The Certificate II in Engineering provides participants with an overview of a range of specialist areas within the metals and engineering industry.
Participants will learn skills in:
- Using tools
- Measuring and calculating
- Technical drawing and drafting
- Load shifting
- Thermal cutting
- Using forging and casting equipment
Participant will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and maths. Participants will be able to practice the skills they have learned in a workshop environment.
This course is available at other campus locations upon request.
This course may require a work placement with an employer or participation in a 'live works' training area of the college. Prior to work placement with an employer or participating in a live works training area, you will need to be fully vaccinated, or you may not be able to successfully complete the course. For more information, visit our COVID-19 page.
- Apprentice electroplater
- Surface finisher
- Plant mechanic
- Ship builder
- Trades assistant
- Trainee engineer
- Process operator
Please note: Students must be engaged in a training contract with an employer in order to undertake the Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical, Fabrication or Industrial Electrician qualifications, which are apprenticeship-only courses.
Delivery locations and study options
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Our estimated fees are based on:
- Full time study in 2022
- A selection of elective units designed to meet local industry demand for skills (different unit selections will attract different fees)
- The government rate for Australian Citizens over the age of 18, permanent visa holders, visa sub-class 309, 444, 820 or a 457 dependent visa
These fees are estimates only and depend on your eligibility for government funding, concession rates, the units you choose to study or seek to be recognised under Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Additional resource, material and/or equipment costs may apply. Visit our Fees and Charges page for more information, including on consumer rights.