Workshop Practices - Statement of Attendance

Trades

Course Image 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.

Qualification:

 

Statement of Attendance
Workshop Practices

Program No:

 

XA-TC01

Campus:

 

CIT Fyshwick 

Duration:

 

9 weeks part-time (approx. 4 hours per week)

Additional Information

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.

Subject information

To gain the Statement of Attendance - Workshop Practices you must successfully complete the following.

Subject

Course No

Title

Nat/State ID

Core (complete all)

MFAB

190

Workshop Activity

-

Entry advice / how to apply

You must
- have a fitting and machining trade qualification OR equivalent experience using the equipment for the activity you wish to undertake
AND
- demonstrate, at interview, an understanding of occupational health and safety procedures for trade workshop practice.

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