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Recognise and extend your engineering skills

This Free Tafe course, Certificate IV in Engineering, consist of 1360 hours of nominal training which has specialised electives to suit the modern industry requirements.

Learners undertaking this qualification will study part time (12 hours) per week for a duration of three years. This qualification would ideally suit someone already working in the industry and wanting additional skills and knowledge or someone that is interested in pursuing a career in engineering.

When you complete the Certificate IV in Engineering, you’ll have the specialist skills required to build a career in the manufacturing and engineering industries.

Learners can undertake the following elective streams:

• Mechanical/Welding for students interested in maintenance roles within manufacturing and construction industries.
• Mechanical/Mechatronic/Welding for students interested in manufacturing environments and using current technology (industry 4.0) to produce engineering products to high quality standards.
• Mechanical/Welding for students interested in working to high welding standards to work in welding environments such as onsite welding, construction, maintenance, oil and gas.
• Mechanical/CNC/CAD for students interested working in manufacturing environments that involve computer design, CNC machining, precision machining and toolmaking.

This course is delivered both days and nights.
Days are from (8am till 4 pm) and nights (5.30pm- 9pm) on selected days depending on elective stream between Monday to Friday.

Students are recommended to attend at least 12 hours a week.

Course code
On campus
Dandenong, Frankston, Workplace
Not available Online
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Full Time, 2 years. Part Time, 3 years.
Start dates
Feb 2020 followed by ongoing enrolments