Engineering

Certificate IV

National Code: MEM40105

Course information

About the course

Course Number: MEM40105-01V08

Are you looking to build on your background in engineering and develop higher skills for promotion in the workforce? Our Certificate IV in Engineering teaches trade-level and post-trade-level skills and knowledge in the fitting and machining, metal fabrication and welding industries. Successful graduates will gain a higher level Industry qualification, find improved workplace satisfaction and be eligible for higher wages.

Our qualified teachers have direct industry connections, meaning the course is based on skills and knowledge that are relevant to current industry practices. Delivered in the workplace and face-to-face at a North Coast TAFE campus, this Certificate suits practical, hands-on people, with a desire to improve, achieve higher level skills, or those looking for promotion.

Students must be working in the industry, have had significant industry experience, be under an apprenticeship contract, or have completed a Certificate III in Engineering qualification. Students will be assessed via practical and theoretical examination.

This qualification is suitable for an Australian apprenticeship pathway. 

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