Certificate III Engineering fabrication trade (Heavy fabrication)

Certificate III Engineering fabrication trade (Heavy fabrication)

Duration - 4 years
Study - TAFE

Tasks

  • Handle metal
  • Use mechanical and thermal cutting tools
  • Weld metal
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Use computer controlled equipment to bend and shape metal
  • Structural steel erection
  • Metal polishing

Future prospects

  • Certificate IV in engineering
  • Diploma of engineering

Also known as

  • 1st Class welder
  • Welder
  • Boilermaker

If you like

  • Workshop and site based environments
  • Welding
  • Practical hands-on work
  • Working with metals and machines
  • Critical thinking

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We look after

  • Wages
  • Allowances
  • Annual leave & annual leave Loading
  • TAFE/RTO fees
  • Mentoring & support
  • WHS/PPE

Fact

Structural steel and welding trades workers work in most parts of Australia. (Joboutlook.gov.au)

 

 

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