Engineering courses

If you are technically mind and have a natural ability for working with your hands, then why not consider a career in mechanical engineering? Our engineering courses will equip you with highly sought-after, transportable skills that could see you working in production and manufacturing across the world.

As an apprentice studying a Certificate III course in engineering or fabrication trade, mechanical trade or manufacturing technology you will gain solid skills to start your engineering career. Your training can qualify you to work in the engineering industry at C10 level.

The Certificate IV in Engineering focuses on skills in specific areas such as in welding, fabrication, maintenance, diagnostics and electrotechnology. You can enter the Certificate IV directly or you can complete one of the trade Certificate III courses and gain credit for units completed against the Certificate IV.

For apprentices who would like to specialise in pneumatics or hydraulics and the maintenance of fluid power systems, NSI offers a Certificate IV in Engineering (Fluid Power).

Our NSI Plus engineering programs provide specialist or advanced training in areas such as welding, lathes and mills, AutoCad, and solidworks.

Browse our engineering courses below or visit our engineering industry page.