Program Details - MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways - Le Fevre High School

Program TitleMEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways - Le Fevre High School
Industry SectorEngineering
DescriptionSouth Australia is the national centre of naval shipbuilding and submarine sustainment, and the confirmed location for Australia’s next generation Future Submarines and Future Frigates. This course aims to provide students with skills and competencies required in Engineering Trades that will be in high demand. Students will learn skills that are applicable to a range of engineering trades, as well as required theory. Metal machining using a lathe and milling machine, together with a range of specialised equipment will be introduced during the course. Oxy/Acetylene and MMA welding techniques are used. Projects, design work and testing are integral components of the course. Students will be supported by local industry partnerships for visits and workplace learning.
PathwaysThis course may lead to an Engineering Trades, Fabrication, Mechanical Fitter, Automotive, Diesel, Ship Building, Plumbing or Electrical Apprenticeship. It may also lead to Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Engineering or Bachelor Degree in Engineering. The maritime content will highlight the history of both the school and the region in providing a highly skilled workforce for the maritime and allied industries.
Program Length2 semesters (1 year)
CoursesThe following courses are offered within this program

Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
Host    : Le Fevre High School
Location(s) : Le Fevre High School - South Australian Maritime TTC
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