This course will teach you how to safely and professionally use common welding equipment, including MIG, TIG, and ARC welders. Welding skills are highly sought after in a huge range of industries, especially when you have been taught the proper way to use equipment while keeping your safety and your workplace’s safety in mind.
The skills you learn during this course will help you to create your own welding projects, complete repairs to the highest standards, and maintain your equipment and materials. Learn how to weld the right way and you’ll open doors to meaningful employment.
These courses run on an Expression of Interest basis and are ongoing throughout the year.
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Qualifications and RecognitionUpon completion of this course students will receive a Statement of Participation.
Opportunities for Further Study
Course and Entry Requirements
Specialist Course Information
Pathway to Industry Licence
Material and Equipment supplied by students
Students will be required to bring their own safety gear which includes full length overalls OR suitable Hard yakka type pants and full length shirt, safety boots, hearing protection, welding helmets, Oxy glasses, Safety glasses, Welding gloves, Pliers and a Welding jacket
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There is no assessment for this course.