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Diploma of Engineering – Advanced Trade – MEM50119

 

MEM50119

Diploma of Engineering

Start Date 1st of February 2022

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Face-to-Face on Campus at Brendale

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This course is ideal for existing engineering tradespersons looking to up-skill to an advanced qualification through an RPL/ gap training process

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Completion  year 12 schooling; or completion of a Certificate IV level qualification or higher;

or successful completion of an ASG LLN test at exit level 3.

Minimum age 18 years

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge required for employment as an engineering advance tradesperson –within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries, specialization in Maintenance. This course is suited for persons looking to pursue a career in Engineering with a diesel fitter/welding specialization.

The MEM50119 Diploma of Engineering – Advanced Trade

consists of 43 units of competency:

Units Of Competency

MEM09002: Interpret technical drawing

MEM11011    Undertake manual handling

MEM12023    Perform engineering measurements

MEM12024    Perform Computations

MEM12025    Use graphical techniques and perform simple statistical computations

MEM12026    Perform advanced trade calculations in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment

MEM13015    Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering

MEM14006    Plan work activities

MEM16006    Organise and communicate information

MEM16008    Interact with computing technology

MEM16009    Research and analyse engineering information

MEM16011    Communicate with individuals and small groups

MEM16012    Interpret technical specifications and manuals

MEM16014    Report technical information

MEM17003    Assist in the provision of  on the job training

MEM18001    Use hand tools

MEM18002    Use power tools/hand held operations

MSMENV272  Participate in environmentally sustainability work practices

MEM05005    Carry out mechanical cutting

MEM05007    Perform manual heating and thermal cutting

MEM05012    Perform routine manual metal arc welding

MEM05015    Weld using manual metal arc welding process

MEM05017    Weld using gas metal arc welding process

MEM05050    Perform routine gas metal arc welding

MEM05051    Select welding processes

MEM05052    Apply safe welding practices

MEM18003    Use tools for precision work

MEM18005     Perform fault diagnosis, installation and removal of bearings

MEM18006    Perform precision fitting of engineering components

MEM18012    Perform installation and removal of mechanical seals

MEM18020    Maintain Hydraulic system components

MEM18055    Dismantle, replace and assemble engineering components

MEM27002    Test and repair compression ignition systems

MEM27004    Maintain and repair engine lubrication systems

MEM27005    Tune Diesel engines

MEM27006    Diagnose and rectify batteries, low voltage sensors and circuits

MEM27008    Maintain induction, exhaust and emission control systems

MEM27009    Diagnose and rectify braking systems

MEM27010    Diagnose and rectify low voltage charging systems

MEM27012    Maintain mobile plant suspension systems

MEM27013    Maintain steering system

MEM27015    Diagnose and rectify drive line and final drives

MEM12003    Perform precision mechanical measurement

MEM12004    Perform precision electrical/electronic measurement

MEM18011    Shutdown and isolate machines and equipment

MEM18010    Perform equipment condition monitoring and recording

MEM18021    Maintain hydraulic systems

MEM17001    Assist in development and deliver training in the workplace

MEM17002    Conduct workplace assessment

Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade (Maintenance Fitting/Machining) – MEM30219

MEM30219

Engineering Mechanical Trade (Maintenance - Fitting/Machining)

Australian Skills Group

MEM30219 Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade (Maintenance – Fitting/Machining)

This qualification provides skills and knowledge required for employment as an Engineering Tradesperson – Mechanical within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries. Mechanical trade work includes fitting, assembly, manufacture, installation, maintenance and service of mechanical equipment

Units

The MEM30219 – Engineering Mechanical Trade (Maintenance – Fitting/Machining)

qualification consists of 29 units of competency:

12 Core Units

17 Elective Units

Core Units

  • MEM09002: Interpret technical drawing
  • MEM11011: Undertake manual handling
  • MEM12023: Perform engineering measurements
  • MEM12024: Perform Computations
  • MEM13015: Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
  • MEM14006: Plan work activities
  • MEM16006: Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008: Interact with computing technology
  • MEM17003: Assist in the provision of on the job training
  • MEM18001: Use hand tools
  • MEM18002: Use power tools/handheld operations
  • MSMENV272: Participate in environmentally sustainability work practices

Elective Units

  • MEM05005: Carry out mechanical cutting
  • MEM07005: Perform general machining
  • MEM07006: Perform lathe operations
  • MEM07007: Perform milling operations
  • MEM12006: Mark off/out (general engineering)
  • MEM18003: Use tools for precision work
  • MEM18005: Perform fault diagnosis, installation, and removal of bearings
  • MEM18006: Perform precision fitting of engineering components
  • MEM18007: Maintain and repair mechanical drives and mechanical transmission assemblies
  • MEM18018: Maintain pneumatic system components
  • MEM18020: Maintain Hydraulic system components
  • MEM18055: Dismantle, replace, and assemble engineering components
  • MEM05006: Perform brazing and/or silver soldering
  • MEM05007: Perform manual heating and thermal cutting
  • MEM05050: Perform routine gas metal arc welding
  • MEM18009: Perform precision levelling and alignment of machines and engineering components
  • MEM18011: Shutdown and isolate machines and equipment

DURATION

Maximum of 4 Years Delivered Over 4 Stages

Delivery Model

Workplace

Entry Requirments

Minimum Age of 15 Years

Fees

A student co-contribution fee is required in accordance with QLD government User Choice Policy.

Certificate III in Engineering – Fixed and Mobile Plant Mechanic – MEM31419

MEM31419

MEM31419 Certificate III in Engineering – Certificate III in Engineering – Fixed and Mobile Plant Mechanic

Australian Skills Group

MEM31419 Certificate III in Engineering – Certificate III in Engineering – Fixed and Mobile Plant Mechanic

This qualification provides skills and knowledge required for employment as an engineering tradesperson in diesel fitting and plant mechanics within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries.

It includes the manufacturing, assembly and commissioning of mobile and stationary plant, servicing, diagnosis and rectification of faults, condition monitoring and preventative maintenance.

Units

MEM31419 Certificate III in Engineering – Certificate III in Engineering – Fixed and Mobile Plant Mechanic qualification consists of 29 units of competency:

19 Core Units

10 Elective Units

Core Units

  • MEM09002: Interpret technical drawing
  • MEM11011: Undertake manual handling
  • MEM12023: Perform engineering measurements
  • MEM12024: Perform Computations
  • MEM13015: Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
  • MEM14006: Plan work activities
  • MEM16006: Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008: Interact with computing technology
  • MEM17003: Assist in the provision of on-the-job training
  • MEM18001: Use hand tools
  • MEM18002: Use power tools/handheld operations
  • MEM18055: Dismantle, replace, and assemble engineering components
  • MEM27006: Diagnose and rectify batteries, low voltage sensors and circuits
  • MEM27016: Diagnose and maintain electronic controlling systems on mobile and stationary plant
  • MEM27017: Maintain, fault find and rectify hydraulic systems for mobile plant
  • MEM27019: Diagnose, repair, and replace diesel engines in stationary and mobile plant
  • MEM27020: Apply knowledge of large combustion engine operations to service and maintenance tasks
  • MEM27023: Diagnose and rectify fieldbus circuits in mobile and stationary plant and equipment
  • MSMENV272: Participate in environmentally sustainability work practices

Elective Units

  • MEM13001: Perform emergency first aid
  • MEM27001: Maintain and repair stationary and mobile plant engine cooling systems
  • MEM27002: Test and repair compression ignition systems
  • MEM27007: Diagnose and rectify low voltage starting systems
  • MEM27009: Diagnose and rectify braking systems
  • MEM27010: Diagnose and rectify low voltage charging systems
  • MEM27012: Maintain mobile plant suspension systems
  • MEM27013: Maintain steering system
  • MEM27015: Diagnose and rectify drive line and final drives

DURATION

Up to 4 years

Delivery Model

Workplace

Entry Requirments

Minimum age of 14 years

Fees

Please enquire with ASG regarding course fees.

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Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/Welding) – MEM30319

MEM30319

Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/Welding)

Australian Skills Group

Offered as an Apprenticeship pathway, the MEM30319 – Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/Welding) provides the skills and knowledge to work with heavy gauge steel: cutting, shaping, assembling and welding. It also includes the production, fabrication and development of items manufactured from plate materials, generally in steel of varying thickness but can also involve non-ferrous materials. It also requires the construction or repair of metal products by joining parts using a variety of welding methods either manually or by machine.

The pathway selected by ASG contains 30 units of competency but this can be adjusted to meet individual learner needs, provided packaging rules are met. It is available as a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway.

Units

The MEM30319 – Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/Welding) qualification consists of 31 units of competency:

12 Core Units

18 Elective Units

Core Units

  • MEM09002: Interpret technical drawing
  • MEM11011: Undertake manual handling
  • MEM12023: Perform engineering measurements
  • MEM12024: Perform Computations
  • MEM13015: Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
  • MEM14006: Plan work activities
  • MEM16006: Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008: Interact with computing technology
  • MEM17003: Assist in the provision of on-the-job training
  • MEM18001: Use hand tools
  • MEM18002: Use power tools/handheld operations
  • MSMENV272: Participate in environmentally sustainability work practices

Elective Units

  • MEM05004: Perform routine oxy fuel gas welding
  • MEM05005: Carry out mechanical cutting
  • MEM05007:  Perform manual heating and thermal cutting
  • MEM05008: Perform advance manual thermal cutting, gouging and shaping or MEM5009 perform automated thermal cutting
  • MEM05010: Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques
  • MEM05011: Assemble fabricated components
  • MEM05012: Perform routine manual metal arc welding
  • MEM05015: Weld using manual metal arc welding process
  • MEM05017: Weld using gas metal arc welding process
  • MEM05036: Repair, replace and/or modify fabrications
  • MEM05037: Perform geometric development
  • MEM05051: Select welding processes
  • MEM05052: Apply safe welding practices
  • MEM12007: Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes
  • MEM05049: Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding
  • MEM05018: Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc welding process
  • MEM13001: Perform emergency first aid

DURATION

Up to 4 years delivered over 4 stages

Entry Requirements

Minimum age of 15 years

Delivery Model

Workplace

Fees

A student co-contribution fee is required in accordance with QLD Government User Choice Policy.

Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Sheetmetal) – MEM30319

MEM30319

Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light Fabrication - Sheetmetal)

Australian Skills Group

Offered as an Apprenticeship pathway, the MEM30319 – Certificate III in – Engineering Fabrication Trade (Light Fabrication – Sheetmetal) provides the skills and knowledge for the production, manufacture and repair of a wide range of light metal products using thin, flat sheets of metal. The metal sheets are mainly of zinc-covered steel, stainless steel, vinyl covered steel, copper and aluminium and usually are not more than 3mm thick. A range of equipment would be used, usually including welding equipment (mig & tig) guillotines; rollers; pan brakes; materials cut machinery; electric and/or hand shears; soldering & brazing equipment presses.

The pathway selected by ASG contains 28 units of competency but this can be adjusted to meet individual learner needs, provided packaging rules are met. It is available as a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway.

Units

The MEM30319 Certificate III in – Engineering Fabrication Trade (Light Fabrication – Sheetmetal) qualification consists of 28 units of competency:

12 Core Units

16 Elective Units

Core Units

  • MEM09002: Interpret technical drawing
  • MEM11011: Undertake manual handling
  • MEM12023: Perform engineering measurements
  • MEM12024: Perform Computations
  • MEM13015: Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
  • MEM14006: Plan work activities
  • MEM16006: Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008: Interact with computing technology
  • MEM17003: Assist in the provision of on-the-job training
  • MEM18001: Use hand tools
  • MEM18002: Use power tools/handheld operations
  • MSMENV272: Participate in environmentally sustainability work practices

Elective Units

  • MEM05005: Carry out mechanical cutting
  • MEM07032: Use workshop machines for basic operations
  • MEM05007: Perform manual heating and thermal cutting
  • MEM05010: Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques
  • MEM05011: Assemble fabricated components
  • MEM05017: Weld using gas metal arc welding process
  • MEM05019: Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process
  • MEM05037: Perform geometric development
  • MEM05049: Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding
  • MEM05050: Perform routine gas metal arc welding
  • MEM05051: Select welding processes
  • MEM05052: Apply safe welding practices
  • MEM08010B: Manually finish/polish materials
  • MEM12007: Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes
  • MEM18055: Dismantle, replace, and assemble engineering components
  • MEM05036: Repair, replace and/or modify fabrications

POTENTIAL CAREER PATHWAYS

Metal Tradesperson

Fabrication Tradesperson

Sheetmetal Worker

DURATION

Maximum of 4 years delivered over 3 Stages

Delivery Model

Delivery Model

Entry Requirments

Minimum Age of 15 years

Fees

A student co-contribution fee is required in accordance with QLD Government User Choice Policy.

Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade (Fitting) – MEM30219

MEM30219

Certificate III in
Engineering – Mechanical Trade
(Fitting)

Australian Skills Group

This qualification provides skills and knowledge required for employment as an Engineering Tradesperson – Mechanical within the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries. Mechanical trade work includes fitting, assembly, manufacture, installation, maintenance and service of mechanical equipment.

Units

The MEM30219 Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade (Fitting) qualification consists of 30 units of competency:

12 Core Units

18 Elective Units

Core Units

  • MEM09002: Interpret technical drawing
  • MEM11011: Undertake manual handling
  • MEM12023: Perform engineering measurements
  • MEM12024: Perform Computations
  • MEM13015: Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
  • MEM14006: Plan work activities
  • MEM16006: Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008: Interact with computing technology
  • MEM17003: Assist in the provision of on-the-job training
  • MEM18001: Use hand tools
  • MEM18002: Use power tools/handheld operations
  • MSMENV272: Participate in environmentally sustainability work practices

Elective Units

  • MEM05005: Carry out mechanical cutting
  • MEM07005: Perform general machining
  • MEM10006: Install machine/plant
  • MEM12006: Mark off/out (general engineering)
  • MEM18003: Use tools for precision work
  • MEM18004: Maintain and overhaul mechanical equipment
  • MEM18005: Perform fault diagnosis, installation, and removal of bearings
  • MEM18006: Perform precision fitting of engineering components
  • MEM18007: Maintain and repair mechanical drives and mechanical transmission assemblies
  • MEM18009: Perform precision levelling and alignment of machines and engineering components
  • MEM18012: Perform installation and removal of mechanical seals
  • MEM18013: Perform gland packing
  • MEM18055: Dismantle, replace, and assemble engineering components
  • MEM05006: Perform brazing and/or silver soldering
  • MEM05007: Perform manual heating and thermal cutting
  • MEM12003: Perform precision mechanical measurement
  • MEM18010: Perform equipment condition monitoring and recording
  • MEM18011: Shutdown and isolate machines and equipment

DURATION

Maximum of 4 Years Delivered Over 4 Stages

Delivery Model

Workplace

Entry Requirments

15 Years

Fees

A student co-contribution fee is required in accordance with QLD government User Choice Policy.

Certificate II in Engineering – MEM20105

MEM20105

Certificate II in
Engineering

Australian Skills Group

The MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering qualification is offered as a traineeship pathway and is designed to provide the minimum skills and knowledge required for working in the engineering/ manufacturing industry and also includes meaningful credit towards an Australian Apprenticeship in an engineering related field. ASG have selected electives with a welding/fabrication focus but these can be modified to suit workplace requirements.

Units

The MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering qualification consists of 18 units of competency:

5 Core Units

13 Elective Units

Core Units

  • MEM13014A: Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment
  • MEM14004A: Plan to undertake a routine task
  • MEM15002A: Apply quality systems
  • MEM15024A: Apply quality procedures
  • MEM16007A: Work with others in a manufacturing engineering or related environment

Elective Units

  • MEM05007C: Perform Manual heating and Thermal cutting
  • MEM18001C: Use hand tools
  • MEM16006A: Organise and Communicate information
  • MEM05004C: Perform routine Oxy/Acetylene welding
  • MEM05005B: Carry out mechanical cutting
  • MEM05006C: Perform brazing and/or silver soldering
  • MEM05012C: Perform routine manual arc and/or gas metal arc welding
  • MEM05050B: Perform routine gas metal arc welding
  • MEM07032B: Use workplace machines for basic operations
  • MEM09002B: Interpret technical drawing
  • MEM11011B: Undertake manual handling
  • MEM12023A: Perform engineering measurements
  • MEM18002B: Use power tools/hand held operations

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Age: 14 years

DURATION

Up to 12 months

Delivery Model

Workplace

Fees

A student Co-Contribution fee is required in accordance with QLD government User Choice Policy.

Certificate II in Engineering Pathways – MEM20413

MEM20413

Certificate II in
Engineering Pathways

Australian Skills Group

Very practical in nature, the MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways course delivers a range of engineering skills fundamental to various engineering career pathways. It also provides you with the trade-like skills and knowledge required of workers employed in a range of different engineering related fields and can be used towards an Australian Apprenticeship program.

Units

The MEM20413 Certificate II In Engineering Pathways qualification consists of 12 units of competency

4 Core

8 Elective

Core Units

  • MEM13014A: Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment
  • MEMPE005A: Develop a career plan for the engineering and manufacturing industry
  • MEMPE006A: Undertake a basic engineering project
  • MSAENV272B: Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Elective Units

  • MEM16006A: Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008A: Interact with computing technology
  • MEM18001C: Use hand tools
  • MEM18002B: Use power tools/handheld operations
  • MEMPE001A: Use engineering workshop machines
  • MEMPE003A: Use oxy-acetylene and soldering equipment
  • MEMPE004A: Use fabrication equipment
  • MEMPE002A: Use electric welding machines

Potential Career Pathways

Engineering Apprentice

Trade Assistant

Boilermaker

Sheet Metal Worker

Mechanical Fitter

Fitter Machinist

Diesel Fitter

DURATION

4 Weeks; 5 Days Per Week

Delivery Model

Face-to-Face in Brendale

Fees

This program is funded through the Queensland Government’s and a Student Co-contribution Fee is required.

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Certificate III in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – MEM31319

MEM31319

Certificate III in
Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning

Australian Skills Group

Offered as trade skills recognition option, MEM31319 Certificate III in Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning recognises the knowledge and skills required to install, repair and service refrigeration and air conditioning systems including the fabrication of pipes and component fitting and working with electrical/electronic circuits and refrigerant gasses.

It contains 28 units of competency and is available as a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway.

Units

The MEM31319 Certificate III in Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning qualification consists of 27 units of competency:

12 Core Units

16 Elective Units

Core Units

  • MEM09002: Interpret technical drawing
  • MEM11011: Undertake manual handling
  • MEM12023:  Perform engineering measurements
  • MEM12024: Perform Computations
  • MEM13015: Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
  • MEM14006: Plan work activities
  • MEM16006: Organise and communicate information
  • MEM16008: Interact with computing technology
  • MEM17003: Assist in the provision of on-the-job training
  • MEM18001: Use hand tools
  • MEM18002: Use power tools/handheld operations
  • MSMENV272: Participate in environmentally sustainability work practices

Elective Units

  • MEM05006: Perform brazing and/or silver soldering
  • MEM10002: Terminate and connect electrical wiring
  • MEM10009: Install refrigeration and air-conditioning plant and equipment
  • MEM10010: Install pipework and pipework assemblies
  • MEM12002: Perform electrical/electronic measurement
  • MEM18049: Disconnect/reconnect fixed wired equipment up to 1000 volts a.c/1500 volts d.c.
  • MEM18055: Dismantle, replace and assemble engineering components
  • MEM18046: FAULT FIND AND REPAIR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT/COMPONENTS UP TO 1000 VOLTS A.C./1500 VOLTS D.C
  • MEM18083: Handle fluorocarbon refrigerants according to regulations
  • MEM18085: Install, service and repair domestic air conditioning and refrigeration appliances
  • MEM18086: Test, recover, evacuate and charge refrigeration systems
  • MEM18088: Maintain and repair commercial air conditioning systems and components
  • MEM10011: Terminate and connect specialist cables
  • MEM16005: Operate as a team member to conduct manufacturing, engineering or related activities
  • MEM18089: Maintain and repair central air handling systems
  • MEM18092: Maintain and repair commercial and/or industrial refrigeration and/or air conditioning controls

DURATION

Maximum of 4 years Delivered over 4 Stages

ENTRY REQUIRMENTS

Minimum age of 15 years

Delivery Model

Workplace

Fees

A student co-contribution fee is required in accordance with QLD Government User Choice Policy.

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