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Certificate II in Engineering is for students who want to develop a range of metal-work skills, including welding, metal-fab and cutting / grinding.
The course has had previous success in having apprentices for BHP Billiton selected from it. Apprenticeships are not, however, a guaranteed outcome of this course and students are always selected on other criteria besides course completion.

This course is done as two days a week over Stage 1.

Currently, Certificate II in Engineering is offered under the TGSS scheme and is funded by the Australian Government, but this is subject to change at any time and places in this course are not guaranteed from year to year

Stage 2: Automotive is accredited to students who have completed the Stage 1 requirements for Engineering and have returned for Stage II. It is completed over one day a week.

Basic skills in automotive are developed by students and they are given the opportunity to work on small petrol motors. This course is not a pre-requisite for those wishing to gain employment in the Automotive industry, but it is considered helpful. It does lead into (and helps with) study of Certificate III in Automotive which is studied as an apprentice.
CAD - CAM: Years 10 - 12

Certificate II in Construction Pathways

Certificate III in Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) - Year 12 only.

Electro technology: Years 10-11
Engineering:
Certificate II in Engineering- Year 11
Certificate II in Automotive - Year 12
BSB30707 Certificate III in Workplace Health and Safety (WHS)

BSBOHS301B Apply knowledge of WHS legislation in the workplace
•BSBOHS303B Contribute to OHS hazard identification and risk assessment
•BSBOHS304B Contribute to OHS hazard control
•BSBOHS305B Contribute to OHS issue resolution
•BSBOHS307B Participate in OHS investigation
•BSBWOR301B Organise personal work priorities and development
•BSBWOR401A Establish effective workplace relationships
•BSBINM301A Organise workplace information
•BSBINN201A Contribute to workplace innovation
•BSBWRT301A Write simple documents
•BSBOHS302B Participative effectively in OHS communication and
consultative processes
•BSBOHS306B Contribute to implementing emergency prevention activities
and response procedures
Possible Courses for 2018:
Certificate II in Construction Pathways
This qualification provides a pathway to the primary trades in the construction industry with the exception of plumbing. Trade outcomes are predominantly achieved through an Australian Apprenticeship.

Qualifications & Skills Covered
Certificate II in Construction Pathways (CPC20211)
You will learn about the processes, materials, tools and equipment used and develop specialised skills and knowledge associated with the industry. 6 core units plus 6 electives.
Not all courses are guaranteed to run - courses will only go ahead if we have enough student interest to make it viable to run.

Each course requires a payment of $250 per student, payable before commencement. The school subsidises the rest of the costs.
Check with your subject counsellor to see what courses will run.
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