Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade - Blacksmithing
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This qualification is part of the Metal and Engineering Training Package. It is for blacksmithing apprentices. Students will learn how to work with metal forging and heat treatment processes. This course will allow them to specialise in industrial blacksmithing applications on a broad range of ferrous and non-ferrous materials. Specialisations include: anvil, power hammer and drop forging processes, use and application of various welding processes and general fabrication techniques such as marking out, forming and assembly of metals.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Perform engineering measurements; Perform computations; Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment; Plan to undertake a routine task; Plan a complete activity; Apply quality procedures; Apply quality systems; Organise and communicate information; Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment; Interact with computing technology; Assist in the provision of on the job training. Stream: Perform hand forging; Perform hammer forging; Carry out heat treatment; Select heat treatment processes and test finished product; Perform drop and upset forging; plus more.
- Flexible Delivery
- Part-time internal
11 core units, and stream and specialisation units to a total value of 76 points (with at least 40 points taken from stream units)
Life after Study
Fabrication engineering tradespersons cut, shape, join and finish metal to make, maintain or repair metal products and structures.
They may produce moulds or patterns for metal castings, apply coatings and work with a variety of materials.