Metalworking Courses

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Metalworking Courses

You don't have to like loud music to get involved with some heavy metal. Mould the career of your dreams with a nationally recognised metalworking qualification that focuses on the practical knowledge and hand-on job skills you need to work with metals and perform different types of welding. You'll graduate from these courses with those practical skills as well as the ability to carry out essential computations and take accurate measurements to ensure you get the job done time after time.

This is your chance to get a foot in the door in the industry, with junior roles like metalworker and metal assembly worker. Depending on location and organisation, these jobs can pay an average weekly salary of $865. These will give you the real-world experience needed to further your career, giving you a chance to work on exciting projects that contribute to the creation of everything from bridge and building parts to components for cars and planes.

Get your hands on some quality training with these nationally accredited metalworking courses.

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Here are some potential career pathways within Metalworking Courses. Click on the occupation for information on the course you should enrol in to start your journey.

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There are 1 courses available for people who want a career in Metalworking. These are the most popular courses.

MEM20105 Certificate II in Engineering

The Certificate II in Engineering MEM20105 is ideal for trade apprentices and metal engineering process workers needing hands-on skills in metal arc welding, tungsten arc welding, and manual heating/thermal cutting. The course also teaches students how to perform computations and engineering meas...

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