This is a specialist welding course and covers the use of oxyacetylene, Mig, Tig and Arc welders, along with stainless steel, aluminium and mild steel fabrication. This is a very practical course.
This course, similar to the National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 2), is a very practical course. Students achieve results through practical workshop based projects plus some classroom based unit standards.
There is a fee attached to this programme if you are aged 20+, however, due to cross-over credits from Mechanical Engineering (Level 2) the fee is substantially reduced. Ask us for more details.
|National Certificate in Welding (Level 3)|
Any minimum or preferred criteria for entry to this qualification.
Applicants must have achieved the National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 2).
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|Student Fees||$4058 for those aged 20+ (A substantial reduction available - contact us for more details)|
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Welders make, join and repair metal parts for machinery and equipment using welding techniques.
Fabrication engineers make, install and repair metal products such as vents, handrails, boilers, aircraft and boat parts, or beams and girders for construction projects.
Engineering machinists use machines to cut and shape precision parts and equipment. They create, install, maintain and repair metal products, including machinery and equipment in factories.
|Campus||Start Date||Domestic||International *|
|Hamilton||23 July 2018||$4058.00||Unavailable|
Fees listed are indicative only and may vary with course selection. Exact fees can be confirmed
when you enquire or apply.
* International learners are required to pay additional costs to attend one of our courses or programmes. These additional costs include medical and travel insurance cover.