TAFE Statement in Assessed to AS/NZS1554.1 Struc Purpose (SP) Welder

Course Code 158-17910V01 Available Campus
Qualification TAFE Statement
Industry Area Engineering
Course Brochure - PDF 1425KB

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Description

This recognition of skills assessment program is designed for those employed as fabricator welders working in a structural steel or allied industry. This is an assessment of the participant's knowledge and practical skills to apply a specific welding process in all weld positions to AS1554.1 Structural Purpose quality criteria.

Entry requirements

Applicants must have successfully completed one of the following courses: Manual Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding or Gas Tungsten Arc Metal Welding or the equivalent. All participants are required to provide and wear their own personal protective clothing during the course. This includes long sleeved cotton shirt and pants (jeans are acceptable) and steel cap boots. Participants are also required to use a welding mask shade, safety glasses and welding gloves. Some of these items are available for loan, but if you have your own, please bring them along. Otherwise, please contact the campus once your enrolment has been confirmed to find out what you'll need to bring.

NSI Plus program

NSI Plus programs are fast-tracked, commercial programs for individuals or customised for companies.

Please note that in addition to your formal training you may need to allow for additional study time. Your teacher will guide you in what is appropriate for you.

Fees

The fees shown below are commercial NSI Plus fees. No fee exemptions are available for NSI Plus courses.

For more information about fees, financial assistance and payment plans, go to Fees and Financial Assistance.

Course related charges

You may be required to pay a course related charge in addition to the course fee. Course related charges cover the cost of materials, resources, equipment or services you may need to participate in your course.

Course outcomes

Career options

Completion of one (1) or more of the AS1554.1 Structural Purpose (SP) modules contained in this TAFE Plus Statement will enhance your career prospects as a skilled welder and progression under the Federal Metal and Engineering Industry.

Future study options

Students need to be enrolled in a Metals and Engineering (MEM05) qualification or a Statement of Attainment (SOA) that contains the "Skill Set" of competency units included in a specific recognition module/s.

It is normally expected that students seeking recognition against one (1), or more, of the AS15554.1 assessment/recognition modules would be working or seeking employment as a Welder in a structural or allied metal industry.

Competency unit points achieved by successfully completing one (1), or a combination, of recognition modules will contribute towards the following Metal and Engineering (MEM05) Training Package qualifications:

- MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade
- MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering - Fabrication
- MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering
- MEM50105 Diploma of Engineering - Advanced Trade
- SOA in Manual Metal Arc Welding
- SOA in Gas Metal Arc Welding
- SOA in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
- SOA in Flux Core Arc Welding

TAFE NSW courses run only if there is sufficient demand and resources.

Course availability

Important Dates

Wednesday 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm.This certification course is designed for Engineering Fabrication/Welding trades people or those who have successfully completed a Statement of Attainment in Welding through to advanced welding levels. Assessments are conducted one on one. Please contact the campus for further details or to book an appointment. PLEASE NOTE: You must register for this course before attending the class. Places in this course are allocated upon receipt of payment and full payment is required BEFORE attending class.

Contact

For further information contact us on 131 674 or (02) 9942 0333.

Part Time Evening
Course Units
Wednesday 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm. This certification course is designed for Engineering Fabrication/Welding trades people or those who have successfully completed a Statement of Attainment in Welding through to advanced welding levels. Assessments are conducted one on one. Please contact the campus for further details or to book an appointment.
Commences 30 January 2017 - Classes held on Wednesday
Length 1 week, 3 hours per week
Entry requirements
Applicants must have successfully completed one of the following courses: 17434 - Manual Metal Arc Welding, 17435 - Gas Metal Arc Welding or 17436 - Gas Tungsten Arc Metal Welding or the equivalent. All participants are required to provide and wear their own personal protective clothing during the course. This includes long sleeved cotton shirt and pants (jeans are okay) and steel cap boots. Participants are also required to use a welding mask shade, safety glasses and welding gloves. Some of these items are available for loan, but if you have your own, please bring them along. Otherwise, please contact the campus once your enrolment has been confirmed to find out what you will need to bring.
Full fee $690.00
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