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Engineering - Mechanical Trade RPL

If you have a wide range of experience but haven’t completed your qualification for whatever reason, then you’re in the right place.

Course Overview

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About The Certification

The Engineering - Mechanical Trade RPL program defines defines the skills and knowledge required of an engineering tradesperson – mechanical within metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries. This qualification is designed to provide an industry recognised skills profile related to trade work as an Engineering Tradesperson - Mechanical.

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Scope of work

The Engineering- Mechanical Trade scope of work includes but is not limited to performing tool and cutter grinding operations, perform complex milling operations, perform electro-discharge machining (EDM) operations, perform general machining, maintain and overhaul mechanical equipment, perform precision levelling and alignment of machines and engineering components, maintain pneumatic system components and dismantle, replace and assemble engineering components.


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Experience Requirements

At least 2 years relevant industry experience in a wide range of Metal Fabrication/Welding work with a licensed person.

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Eligibility

100 Pts ID JP Certified, White Card JP Certified, Referee Testimonial Min 2 yrs Exp, Video, Photo

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Regulatory Licensing Requirements

According to NSW Fair Trading, to become registered as a Mechanical Engineer, applicants with the relevant knowledge and industry experience in work related to devices, machines, structures and systems involving mechanical elements must hold a qualification in either mechanical engineering or Engineering.

Tradies who are looking for new opportunities to advance their careers can consider:

1) MEM30219 - Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade

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Summary

PROGRAM: Engineering - Mechanical Trade

LOCATION:Online, Australia Wide

Engineering - Mechanical Trade RPL

CAREER OUTCOME: Mechanical Engineering Tradesperson

PRICE:Price Beat Guarantee

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