Introduction To Engineering Machining

Duration

6 weeks, 1 evening per week = 4 hours

Schedule

Tuesday evenings = 6 pm to 9 pm 

Pending interest please ‘Register Your Interest’ in this course by signing up to become a Short Courses Website member (or if an existing member, log in) and click on the ‘To Register Your Interest’ icon. We’ll then email you when dates for courses are scheduled and available to enrol in.

Prerequisites

Minimum entry age of 16 years old

Photo identification (including your date of birth).

PDF Download

Introduction to Engineering Machining Short Course.pdf

What You Learn

Skills and knowledge in the safe use of a variety of metal machining processes.

 

What You Get

Certificate of attendance.

Skills to be able to: 

Use a range of Mechanical Engineering Machinery to produce a project; 

This includes:   Lathes, Mills, Hand and Power Tools

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Materials to Bring

Pen and Notepaper

Photo identification (including your date of birth)

Dress Code

Appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

Participants in this course are required to provide and wear safety clothing and footwear which will include a long sleeve shirt, pants (preferably overalls) and full cover closed shoes, preferably work boots or shoes. Personal protective equipment such as eye, hearing and welding protection will be supplied; however participants may bring their own.

Description

Learn the skills to be able to: 

Use a range of Mechanical Engineering Machinery to produce a project; 

This includes:   Lathes, Mills, Hand and Power Tools

 

Student Support

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From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

  • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours

  • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team

  • Koorie Liaison Officer

  • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs

  • Library and Research Centre

  • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery

  • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy