Workshop Practices - Statement of Attendance
You can access Fyshwick Campus workshops to use specialist machinery to undertake individual projects. Specialist machinery may include milling, turning, welding, grinding, hand tools / power tools, engineering drawing, fitting and CNC machining.
You must supply your own project materials. A Materials fee of $50 covers the cost of incidental consumables. You must wear appropriate clothing and footwear when in the workshop.
To gain the Statement of Attendance - Workshop Practices you must successfully complete the following.
Core (complete all)
Entry advice / how to apply
- have a fitting and machining trade qualification OR equivalent experience using the equipment for the activity you wish to undertake
- demonstrate, at interview, an understanding of occupational health and safety procedures for trade workshop practice.
IMPORTANT - Before you apply/enrol
To study any course at CIT in 2015 and onwards (excluding degrees and non-accredited training), you must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). This includes new students and re-enrolling students.
If you don't have a USI that's ok, you can apply right now. It only takes two minutes, just go to usi.gov.au
Already have one? Great! Verify it in our student administration system now so your enrolment or graduation isn't delayed. (New CIT student will not be able to do this until they have been given their CIT number which will be given to you when you apply to study most CIT courses)
1. Login to CIT Self Service - www.cit.edu.au/selfservice
2. Click on the link for USI
3. Verify your USI
It's important that your first name, surname and date of birth in our student system match the ID you use to create your USI (eg if you are Christopher in USI database and Chris at CIT your USI will not verify).
If you need assistance you can go to http://cit.edu.au/study/unique_student_identifier , drop in to any CIT Library or CITSA office or contact CIT Student Services on 6207 3188.
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