Northern Adelaide State Secondary Schools Alliance
Program Details - Engineering Pathways




Program TitleEngineering Pathways
Industry SectorEngineering & Construction Industries
QualificationNot applicable
Students will complete core competencies and electives from MEM20413 Certificate II in Engineering Pathways and competencies toward MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication.
Qualification CodeMEM20413 & MEM30305
DescriptionThis program provides participants with knowledge, skills and understanding of essential engineering practices and is a good foundation for the broader range of occupations in the Engineering Industry. Students devise their own career plan for the engineering or manufacturing industry. Safe working practices are emphasised as they use hand and power tools and they use a range of workshop machines to produce a basic engineering project. Students entering this course need to have a sound level of science and numeracy skills and they should enjoy these subjects. A theory workbook is required for each competency and a theory assessment will be required for some competencies.
PathwaysThis program can lead to work in a wide range of trades including; Engineering Draftsperson, Boilermaker, Welder, Fabricator, Die Maker, Fitter Machinist, Mechanical Fitter, Mechanical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Foundry Tradesperson, Sheet metal Worker, Composites Tradesperson, Jewellery Maker, Locksmith, air conditioning and plumbing etc.. With further training and entry into university, this course could lead to Mechanical Engineering.
Program Length2 Semesters (1 year)
CoursesThe following courses are offered within this program

Certificate II in Engineering Pathways - Year 1 (Working towards)
Host    : Playford International College
Location(s) : Playford International College
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Certificate III in Engineering Pathways - Year 1 (Working towards)
Host    : Playford International College
Location(s) : Playford International College
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