There's a lot that goes into producing the goods and services that help keep Australia, and the rest of the world, running. Thousands of everyday items require specific skill and knowledge to produce in massive quantities. Whether you’re seeking a career as a manager or want to develop the skills to work on a high-tech assembly line, these nationally accredited courses give you a chance to choose from a range of qualifications to launch your production career. These courses focus on four production essentials; achieving quality standards, working to a production schedule, maximising operational efficiencies and maintaining workplace safety.
In addition to learning what it takes to be part of a skilled team working on a crowded, busy manufacturing floor, you can also find learning pathways that will prepare you for a career in managing personnel and production. The latter gives you a chance to learn about optimising production systems and addressing customer and employee issues quickly and efficiently. With this course matter, you'll have a chance to pursue junior roles including production worker and plant operator and mid-level roles such as production manager or operations officer. Depending on location and exact position, these roles can come with an average weekly salary of $960-$1,150.
Ready to be part of a team that helps keep Australia running? Get involved with these great production courses.
Sourced from The Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aapathways.com.au) funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and MySkills.gov.au
There are 7 courses available for people who want a career in Production. These are the most popular courses.