Certificate II in Metal Engineering
The Certificate II in Engineering is a pre-apprenticeship course and provides a significant advantage for people seeking this pathway. Students will learn skills in using both hand and power tools, measuring and calculating, technical drawing and drafting, load shifting, thermal cutting, various types of welding and using both mills and lathes, as well as safety in the workplace and quality control.
Trade students are employed in engineering fabrication and mechanical operations, including the mining industry, shipbuilding, general fabrication, erecting and construction applications. Some trades include programming and operating Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines such as lathes and mills.
For more information on obtaining a Certificate II in Metal Engineering, please download the Course Guide.