Global Engagement / Industry Sectors

Engineering, Mining and Gas

Civil Construction

Develop practical and technical skills to design and draft various engineering applications and drawings for transport systems, pipelines, dams, bridges, high-rise buildings, plant, mining and industrial water and waste management. Employers actively seek our students for cadetships due to the industry-relevant and practical training. Graduates of this program can work successfully as an engineering professional: setting up machinery to enable the manufacture of engineering products; repairing and replacing components; designing and manufacturing modifications to existing component parts; maintaining plant and equipment; and constructing and commissioning work.



This course provides the expertise skills to design and validate electrical equipment / systems which contain communication equipment, variable speed drives, analogue / digital electronics, programmable logic controllers and renewable energy (design and application).



This course provides a comprehensive theoretical and semi-technical base for working in the mechanical, mechatronic,manufacturing and maintenance fields at the para-professional level. This program emphasises the transfer of theoretical concepts to practical, real world applications. Upskill your employees in mathematics, science, materials, engineering drawing, graphics and computing, management and maintenance strategies.


Fabrication (Welding)

This qualification has been designed to provide the necessary skills required to be eligible for trade recognition as a Boilermaker or Welder. Your employees will learn how to assemble fabricated components, perform sheet and plate assembly, interpret technical drawings, perform gas tungsten arc welding, manual metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding and welding to code standards.


Mechanical (Fitting and Turning)

This program will allow your employees to work effectively in your business as a general mechanical engineering tradesperson including a fitter and turner. They would be generally involved in the setting up of machinery to enable the manufacture of engineering products; repair and replacement of components; design and manufacture of modifications to existing components parts and other items; maintenance of plant and equipment; and construction and commissioning work.


Instrumentation and Control Engineering

This qualification provides competencies to install, set up, test, develop, select, commission, maintain and diagnose faults / malfunctions of equipment and systems for the measurement, recording, monitoring and control of physical / chemical phenomenon and related process control systems.


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