Gain welding certification (AS1796) by completing this short course which includes statutory and regulatory requirements, interpret welding terms, codes and symbols, effects of heat treatment, sequencing and planning as well as practical elements in either gas tungsten arc welding, alloy steel pipe, or alloy steel pipe over 270mm diameter. To qualify for the full Welders Certification students will be required to complete the theory unit, MEM05026C from the short course Welding Certification - Theory (ACC00006) as well as the practical units from Welding Certification - Practical (ACC00005).
Participants need to have a trade background in boilermaking, metal fabrication or fitting trades to undertake this course. To be eligible copies of completed qualification/s which include any pre-requisites must be provided to the teacher prior to enrolment. If students do not hold a trade qualification, students must supply evidence of 200 -300 hours of welding experience. It is recommended students complete Welding Certification - Theory (ACC00006) prior to Welding Certification - Practical (ACC00005).
|Course Type||Short Course (Accredited)|
|How to Apply||Please Enquire or Apply Now|
Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
Successful completion of one theory and one practical unit from from the Welders Certification course will lead to the person to possess a range of engineering skills including mechanical, electrical/electronic and fabrication, at the post Certificate lll trade level which is designed to improve your employment opportunities in the engineering field. Upon successful completion of an accredited unit, students will be issued a Statement of Attainment for the accredited unit of competency MEM05026C ‘Apply welding principles’. Both theory (ACC00006 - MEM05026C - Apply welding principles) and practical (ACC00005 - Welding Certification - Practical) must be completed to gain your Welding Certificate.
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
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To qualify for the full Welders Certification students will be required to complete the theory unit, MEM05026C from the short course Welding Certification - Theory (ACC00006) as well as the practical units from Welding Certification - Practical (ACC00005). Students need to be enrolled into the following unit to satisfy the theory components of this course. To satisfy the practical components, students will need to speak with teaching staff prior to enrolment. Enrolment into practical units will vary depending on the students desired course outcome.
|MEM05026C||Apply Welding Principles||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|Unit Code||Unit Name|
|MEM05026C||Apply Welding Principles|
|Dates||Start Time||End Time||Room|
|18th November 2019 - 22nd November 2019||8:00 AM||4:45 PM||Rockhampton City Campus|
What else might I find useful?
Financial assistance with fees may be available through concessions or via ‘Time to Pay’ payment plan. This and other information such as student support, study and library assistance can be found at www.cqu.edu.au/current-student.
It is recommended that you speak with a teacher prior to enrolment to ensure that you are enrolled as per the Welding Certification outcome you are wanting to gain. Please contact the Rockhampton Metal Fabrication Team on 07 4920 2723.
What job could training lead to?
Successful completion can broaden your industry skills and improve your employment opportunities in the engineering field.
Can I go on to further training?
This course covers units from the national training package, so you may receive recognition towards engineering qualifications. Completion of this course can contribute towards the competencies required to undertake Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) exams for International Welding Specialist Certificate or International Welding Practitioner Certificate. Contact WTIA for more information: Phone 02 9748 4443 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org