This hobbyist course is designed for participants to develop skills and knowledge in mechanical fitting in an engineering environment.
|22 April – 24 June 2021||5.30–9.30pm||Term 2 - Every Thursday, commencing 22 April 2021 (for 10 weeks) – 5.30-9.30pm|
|15 July – 16 September 2021||5.30–9.30pm||Term 3 – Every Thursday, commencing 15 July 2021 (for 10 weeks)|
|7 October – 9 December 2021||5.30–9.30pm||Term 4 – Every Thursday, commencing 7 October 2021 (for 10 weeks)|
This short course is delivered one (1) night a week over 10 weeks, from 5.30-9.30pm.
You will get hands-on experience in mechanical fitting in an engineering environment and develop knowledge and skills in:
- mechanical fitting in an engineering environment
- basic problem solving
- working with other to develop technical skill
- team work
- basic engineering techniques for a DIY home project.
This hobbyist course is designed for participants to develop skills and knowledge in mechanical fitting in an engineering environment. Basic problem solving and the ability to work with others to develop technical and team work skills can be immediately applied efficiently and productively. Demonstrating commitment and the desire to learn also means absorbing new technologies and keeping updated in your industry.
The short course is delivered one (1) night a week over 10 weeks 5:30pm - 9:30pm and open to learners who are interested in learning basic engineering techniques for a DIY home project, as an introduction to further studies in this area or those exploring new employment opportunities. Other participants interested in this course may be experienced engineers who are keen to maintain their skills and use industrial machining equipment to complete projects for personal use.
Admission & pathways
Meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee you entry into this course. Some courses receive more applications than the number of places available. In this situation we will also assess your education, work and other relevant experience.
All applicants must be over eighteen (18) years of age.
It is expected that all participants will provide their own, basic personal protective equipment (PPE), steel capped or approved footwear, safety glasses and hearing protection, which is a requirement to enter the workshop.