Apprenticeships and Training
On Site (Workplace) Training
On-Line Training Courses
Certificate III and Certificate IV Courses in Engineering:
- Patternmaker https://tafeqld.edu.au/courses/17960/certificate-iii-in-engineering-fabrication-trade
Course Overview: Gain skills in the latest design and manufacturing technology with this apprenticeship qualification. Become a trade-qualified patternmaker and progress your career in engineering design and fabrication.
Course Outcome: MEM30305 / 31729 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade – Patternmaking.
- Casting & Moulding https://tafeqld.edu.au/oneweb/courses/17660/certificate-iii-in-engineering-fabrication-trade
Course Overview: Progress your career in manufacturing with this specialised, skilled qualification.
Complete this course as part of your apprenticeship to become a trade qualified caster/moulder.
Course Outcome: MEM30305 / 31729 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade – Casting & Moulding.
- Foundry Technology https://tafeqld.edu.au/oneweb/courses/17664/certificate-iv-in-engineering
Course Overview: Take your career in the foundry industry to the next level with this post-trade, advanced qualification.
Develop the specialised skills and knowledge required to work as a metallurgical or materials technician.
Course Outcome: MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering – Metallurgical or Materials Technician.
Non-Accredited Short Courses (NONAC):
- Foundry Skills https://tafeqld.edu.au/courses/18549/foundry-skills
Course Overview: This course would be suitable for you if you are interested in learning how to make sand moulds and cast metal parts of different basic shapes and sizes.
Course Outcome: The course is practically designed for you to produce quality ferrous and non-ferrous casting and gain knowledge about the workings of a foundry.
Topics include: moulding methods, mixing and preparing moulding sand, melting and pouring molten metal and basic pattern types.