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Qualification Name: Certificate I in Engineering (Release 1)

Qualification Code: MEM10119

Other Mode: Classroom – Study | Online | RPL | Credit Transfer

Offered By: Affiliated Institutions

This certification describes entry-level skills and knowledge to support staff getting into employment as engineering/manufacturing employees in the metal, architectural, manufacturing and associated industries.

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Why Study the MEM10119 Certificate I in Engineering?

The MEM10119 Certificate I in Engineering is focused on the real world and relevant contexts that make the student highly skilled and be ready by meeting industry benchmark. Going through the program will give the required skills you can use immediately and encourages you to think diversely.

This MEM10119 has become developed by industry specialists and endorsed by sector bodies and can be sure you have the practical knowledge to ‘hit the ground running’ in modest, medium or big organisations across the industry. 

Experience alone is no longer efficient; potential employers are looking for evidence of professional proficiency via a current formal qualification.

  1. 1
    Get your Skills Recognised

    The Certification I in Engineering provides you with an intro on which it indicates to become a boilermaker. The study course includes a small amount of employable trade skills.

  2. 2
    What Evidence you Need ?

    You should give a scope of proof to help your assessor to settle on a choice about your ability. The sorts of proof you might be approached to give can include:

    • ID
    • Resume
    • Job safety analysis
    • Job cards
    • Evidence of overseas qualifications.
    • Apprenticeship papers.
    • Safe work method statements
    • Payslips/work contract/ABN if self-employed
    • Letter of Employment
    • Videos or photos of your work.
    • Quotes/invoices and stock orders
    • OHS/WHS policies and procedures
    • Current employment contracts
    • Transcripts or assessments from related previous qualifications.
    • Maintenance reports and service sheets
    • Letters of reference
    • Testing and diagnostic sheets
  3. 3
    What are the Potential Job Opportunities?

    For a student, it is crucial to know the occupation he/she will eligible once finish a qualification successfully. If you complete this qualification, you will able to work with this role.

    • Boilermaker
  4. 4
    Packaging Rules

    To be awarded the MEM10119 Certificate I in Engineering units of competency to a value of 16 points must be achieved, chosen as outlined below:

    • core unit of competency listed below (totalling 2 points) and
    • elective units of competency to a value of 14 points from Group A.

    Appropriate elective units to the value of 4 points may be chosen from this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses where those units are available for inclusion at Certificate I. Only select units that would be suitable for occupational outcomes in an engineering/manufacturing environment.

    Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) must seek a determination from the industry parties in respect of the allocation of points values for units of competency drawn from other Training Packages or accredited courses. Determination of points requests are to be submitted to the industry parties through Innovation and Business Skills Australia (IBSA) Manufacturing. Refer to the MEM Companion Volume Implementation Guide for information on determination of unit points values.

    Prerequisites 

    Points associated with prerequisites count towards the total. Units with prerequisite requirements are marked with an asterisk (refer to the individual units for details). All prerequisites are included in the units listed.

     

    Core units of competency  

    Unit code 

    Unit title 

    P 

    Prereq 

    MEM13015

    Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering

    2

     

     

    Elective units of competency  

     

    Group A 

    Unit code 

    Unit title 

    P 

    Prereq 

    MEM03001

    Perform manual production assembly

    4

    *

    MEM03003

    Perform sheet and plate assembly

    4

    *

    MEM03004

    Perform electronic/electrical assembly (production)

    8

    *

    MEM04004

    Prepare and mix sand for metal moulding

    4

    *

    MEM04008

    Fettle and trim metal castings/forgings

    4

    *

    MEM05001

    Perform manual soldering/desoldering - electrical/electronic components

    4

    *

    MEM05003

    Perform soft soldering

    2

    *

    MEM05004

    Perform routine oxy fuel gas welding

    2

    *

    MEM05005

    Carry out mechanical cutting

    2

    *

    MEM05006

    Perform brazing and/or silver soldering

    2

    *

    MEM05007

    Perform manual heating and thermal cutting

    2

    *

    MEM05012

    Perform routine manual metal arc welding

    2

    *

    MEM05013

    Perform manual production welding

    2

    *

    MEM07001

    Perform operational maintenance of machines/equipment

    2

    *

    MEM07003

    Perform routine machine setting

    4

    *

    MEM07024

    Operate and monitor machine and process

    4

    *

    MEM07028

    Operate computer controlled machines and processes

    2

    *

    MEM07029

    Perform routine sharpening and maintenance of production tools and cutters

    4

    *

    MEM07032

    Use workshop machines for basic operations

    2

    *

    MEM08002

    Pre-treat work for subsequent surface coating

    4

    *

    MEM08004

    Finish work using wet, dry and vapour deposition methods

    4

    *

    MEM08009

    Make up solutions

    2

    *

    MEM08010

    Manually finish/polish materials

    6

    *

    MEM08011

    Prepare surfaces using solvents and/or mechanical means

    2

    *

    MEM08014

    Apply protective coatings (basic)

    4

    *

    MEM11005

    Pick and process order

    4

    *

    MEM11006

    Perform production packaging

    2

    *

    MEM11008

    Package materials (stores and warehouse)

    2

    *

    MEM11011

    Undertake manual handling

    2

    *

    MEM11013

    Undertake warehouse receival process

    4

    *

    MEM11016

    Order materials

    2

    *

    MEM12001

    Use comparison and basic measuring devices

    2

    *

    MEM12023

    Perform engineering measurements

    5

    *

    MEM12024

    Perform computations

    3

    *

    MEM13001

    Perform emergency first aid

    1

    *

    MEM13003

    Work safely with industrial chemicals and materials

    2

    *

    MEM15001

    Perform basic statistical quality control

    2

    *

    MEM15003

    Use improvement processes in team activities

    4

    *

    MEM16004

    Perform internal/external customer service

    2

    *

    MEM16005

    Operate as a team member to conduct manufacturing, engineering or related activities

    2

    *

    MEM16006

    Organise and communicate information

    2

    *

    MEM16008

    Interact with computing technology

    2

    *

    MEM18001

    Use hand tools

    2

    *

    MEM18002

    Use power tools/hand held operations

    2

    *

    MEM18013

    Perform gland packing

    2

    *

    MEM19002

    Prepare jewellery illustrations

    4

    *

    MEM19003

    Handle gem materials

    2

    *

    MEM19006

    Replace watch batteries

    1

    *

    MEM19010

    Produce rubber moulds for lost wax casting process

    2

    *

    MEM19011

    Perform wax injection of moulds for lost wax casting process

    2

    *

    MEM19014

    Perform hand engraving

    4

    *

    MEM20001

    Produce keys

    4

    *

    MEM20002

    Assemble and test lock mechanisms

    6

    *

    MEM20003

    Install and upgrade locks and hardware

    4

    *

    MEM27029

    Maintain wheels and tyres

    2

    *

    MEM50002

    Work safely on marine craft

    1

    *

    MEM50003

    Follow work procedures to maintain the marine environment

    1

    *

    MEM50004

    Maintain quality of environment by following marina codes

    1

    *

    MEM50009

    Safely operate a mechanically powered recreational boat

    2

    *

    MSMENV272

    Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

    3

     

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