Program Details - Metal and Engineering - Henley High School




Program TitleMetal and Engineering - Henley High School
Industry SectorEngineering
QualificationCertificate I in Engineering
Qualification CodeMEM10105
DescriptionThe course allows students to learn and develop new skills which they would use in the metal engineering or related industries. Students will undertake a range of experiences involving welding, fabrication and machining whilst there being a comprehensive emphasis on health and safety instruction and responsibilities. Students will develop skills in using hand tools, power hand tools, Lathe & Mill machining, Gas Metal Arc, Manual Metal Arc and Oxy/Acetylene Welding which are significant tools and skills in supporting the student in what they would encounter in Industry. By undertaking this course students will have a sound understanding in the metal, metal trades and metal engineering industry before they begin their career.
PathwaysCareer pathways include: Production Technology Worker, CNC Operator, Equipment Maintainer, Equipment Repairer, Trade Machinist, Toolmaking, Mechanical Maintenance, Mechanical Fitter, Engineering Tradesperson, CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) Designer, Mechatronics Designer, Instrument Technician, Service Technician, Engineering Draftsperson, CNC/Robotic Cell Designer. http://www.aapathways.com.au/Career-Resources/Job-Pathway-Charts-Link/Job-Pathways-Charts-PDF
Program Length2 semesters (1 year)
CoursesThe following courses are offered within this program

Metal and Engineering
Host    : Henley High School
Location(s) : Henley High School
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