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MEM40119

Certificate IV in Engineering

Take your career in engineering to the next level with this advanced, post-trade qualification.

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STUDY LOCATIONS Greater Brisbane Gold Coast Darling Downs and South West Wide Bay Burnett Far North Queensland North Queensland
WAYS TO STUDY On campus Apprenticeships and traineeships
WHAT YOU'LL PAY
Concession
$14,280
Subsidised
$15,710
Full Fee
$22,390
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Course overview

Take your career in engineering to the next level with this advanced, post-trade qualification. You can choose to specialise your engineering skills in mechanical, electrical/electronic, fabrication, diesel fitting, or fitting and turning.

In this course you will further enhance your skills in your existing trade or add to your skill set from other trades. Depending on your specialisation you may develop advanced skills in the design, assembly, manufacture, installation, modification, testing, fault finding, commissioning, maintenance, and service of equipment and machinery. You may also gain skills in the fabrication of structures and assemblies, manufacture of sheet metal work, and use of relevant machinery, equipment and joining techniques. Our industry experienced teachers will provide you with the support you need to succeed.

Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to work across a variety of engineering related industries as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II . You will also have the ability to pursue further study in this area.

What can I do?

  • Higher Engineering Tradesperson
  • Special Class Engineering Tradesperson

Course outcome:

MEM40119 Certificate IV in Engineering

Trade skills assessment and gap training program

If you can demonstrate substantial competency in this qualification, you may be able to access funding for recognition of prior learning and gap training through the Trade Skills and Assessment Gap Training (TSAGT) program. TAFE Queensland is a proud recipient of funding from the Queensland Government, Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (DESBT) for this program. Only eligible participants may receive funding for eligible courses. Learn more about eligibility criteria.

Free apprenticeships for under 25s

The Queensland government is supporting young Queenslanders up to the age of 25 by providing access to fully subsidised training across a range of priority apprenticeship or traineeship qualifications. Learn more>

What you will study

The successful achievement of this qualification requires you to complete all core units listed below, plus a combination of elective units with a total value of 132 points. Please note, elective units have various points values. If you are doing this course as part of your apprenticeship, elective units will be selected in consultation with your employer and included on your training plan. Otherwise, please contact us for information about which electives should be included in your training package.
Possible qualification descriptors dependent on electives chosen include:  CNC programming, Fluid power, Boilermaking, Maintenance, Fixed and Mobile Plant Mechanic, Patternmaking, Sheet Metal, Welding, Blacksmithing.

  • UNIT CODE
  • UNIT NAME

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM09002
    Interpret technical drawing
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM09002
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to interpret technical drawings.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM12023 , MEM12024 , MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Interpret technical drawing

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM11011
    Undertake manual handling
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM11011
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to lift and move materials manually and/or using basic manual handling equipment in a wide range of environments

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Undertake manual handling

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM12023
    Perform engineering measurements
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM12023
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to perform measurements requiring straightforward use of mechanical measuring devices which incorporate visual inspections representing units of measurement and associated calculations in a range of manufacturing, engineering and related environments. Measurements may be expressed in metric or imperial units.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Perform engineering measurements

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM12024
    Perform computations
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM12024
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to estimate approximate answers to arithmetical problems, carry out calculations involving percentages and proportions, and determine simple ratios and averages.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Perform computations

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM13015
    Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM13015
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to work effectively in manufacturing and engineering work situations, including planning routine work and participating in and following work health and safety (WHS) procedures.
  • UNIT NAME
  • Work safely and effectively in manufacturing and engineering

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM14006
    Plan work activities
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM14006
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to plan familiar work activities, whilst following established procedures and work health and safety (WHS) policies and procedures of the organisation.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Plan work activities

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM16006
    Organise and communicate information
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM16006
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to access, organise and communicate information related to production, maintenance or associated processes or tasks that apply in manufacturing, engineering or related environments.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM13015
  • UNIT NAME
  • Organise and communicate information

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM16008
    Interact with computing technology
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM16008
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to use a range of computing technology typically used in manufacturing, engineering or related environments to access, input and store information.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Interact with computing technology

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM17003
    Assist in the provision of on the job training
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM17003
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to assist in the provision of on-the-job training to others while undertaking normal duties and it may involve the replacement of normal duties with training duties for limited periods of time.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Assist in the provision of on the job training

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM18001
    Use hand tools
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM18001
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to use a range of hand tools for a variety of general engineering applications.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM11011 , MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Use hand tools

  • UNIT CODE
  • MEM18002
    Use power tools/hand held operations
    UNIT CODE :
    MEM18002
    Unit description :
    This unit of competency defines the skills and knowledge required to use a range of hand held power tools and fixed power tools for hand held operations used in a variety of general engineering applications.

    Pre-requisite unit :
    MEM11011 , MEM13015 , MEM16006
  • UNIT NAME
  • Use power tools/hand held operations

  • UNIT CODE
  • MSMENV272
    Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
    UNIT CODE :
    MSMENV272
    Unit description :
    This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to comply with environmental regulations, identify environment issues and minimise the risks of negative impact on work and carry out improvements in own work area.
  • UNIT NAME
  • Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

  • You'll learn face to face with a teacher in a classroom or simulated workplace environment. You may access learning materials through our online learning management system Connect. Learn more

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  • You'll learn face to face with a teacher in a classroom or simulated workplace environment. You may access learning materials through our online learning management system Connect. Learn more

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  • You'll learn face to face with a teacher in a classroom or simulated workplace environment. You may access learning materials through our online learning management system Connect. Learn more

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CAMPUS STUDY MODE START DATE DURATION WORKLOAD WHAT YOU'LL PAY
Ipswich
On Campus
Anytime
up to 4 years
Part time
  • Concession: $14,280
  • Subsidised: $15,710
  • Full fee: $22,390
demo

Ipswich

On Campus

  • Online Time

    How much of the course will be delivered online. 

    0%
  • On Campus Time
    100%
START DATE

The date the course starts. Apply early as intakes fill up quickly. 

Anytime

The date the course starts. Apply early as intakes fill up quickly. 

DURATION

The total length of time it takes to complete the course.

up to 4 years

The total length of time it takes to complete the course.

Workload

The average amount of time students will need to allocate to study each week.

Part time

The average amount of time students will need to allocate to study each week.

WHAT YOU'LL PAY
  • Concession: $14,280
  • Subsidised: $15,710
  • Full fee: $22,390
Class format

Some courses include classes at scheduled times while others can be completed in your own time.

Teacher-led, Scheduled

Some courses include classes at scheduled times while others can be completed in your own time.

VIRTUAL CLASS

Scheduled online classes using video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

No

Scheduled online classes using video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

ASSESSMENT

The primary location assessments will take place. Some courses also require vocational placement.

On-Campus

The primary location assessments will take place. Some courses also require vocational placement.

TEACHER COMMS

The different ways you can contact your teacher throughout the course.

  • Phone, Email, Face-to-face, Zoom

    The different ways you can contact your teacher throughout the course.

CAMPUS STUDY MODE START DATE DURATION WORKLOAD WHAT YOU'LL PAY
Toowoomba
On Campus
Anytime
up to 4 years
Part time
  • Concession: $14,280
  • Subsidised: $15,710
  • Full fee: $22,390
demo

Toowoomba

On Campus

  • Online Time

    How much of the course will be delivered online. 

    0%
  • On Campus Time
    100%
START DATE

The date the course starts. Apply early as intakes fill up quickly. 

Anytime

The date the course starts. Apply early as intakes fill up quickly. 

DURATION

The total length of time it takes to complete the course.

up to 4 years

The total length of time it takes to complete the course.

Workload

The average amount of time students will need to allocate to study each week.

Part time

The average amount of time students will need to allocate to study each week.

WHAT YOU'LL PAY
  • Concession: $14,280
  • Subsidised: $15,710
  • Full fee: $22,390
Class format

Some courses include classes at scheduled times while others can be completed in your own time.

Teacher-led, Scheduled

Some courses include classes at scheduled times while others can be completed in your own time.

VIRTUAL CLASS

Scheduled online classes using video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

No

Scheduled online classes using video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

ASSESSMENT

The primary location assessments will take place. Some courses also require vocational placement.

On-Campus

The primary location assessments will take place. Some courses also require vocational placement.

TEACHER COMMS

The different ways you can contact your teacher throughout the course.

  • Phone, Email, Face-to-face, Zoom

    The different ways you can contact your teacher throughout the course.

Dalby
On Campus
Anytime
up to 4 years
Part time
  • Concession: $14,280
  • Subsidised: $15,710
  • Full fee: $22,390
demo

Dalby

On Campus

  • Online Time

    How much of the course will be delivered online. 

    0%
  • On Campus Time
    100%
START DATE

The date the course starts. Apply early as intakes fill up quickly. 

Anytime

The date the course starts. Apply early as intakes fill up quickly. 

DURATION

The total length of time it takes to complete the course.

up to 4 years

The total length of time it takes to complete the course.

Workload

The average amount of time students will need to allocate to study each week.

Part time

The average amount of time students will need to allocate to study each week.

WHAT YOU'LL PAY
  • Concession: $14,280
  • Subsidised: $15,710
  • Full fee: $22,390
Class format

Some courses include classes at scheduled times while others can be completed in your own time.

Teacher-led, Scheduled

Some courses include classes at scheduled times while others can be completed in your own time.

VIRTUAL CLASS

Scheduled online classes using video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

No

Scheduled online classes using video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

ASSESSMENT

The primary location assessments will take place. Some courses also require vocational placement.

On-Campus

The primary location assessments will take place. Some courses also require vocational placement.

TEACHER COMMS

The different ways you can contact your teacher throughout the course.

  • Phone, Email, Face-to-face, Zoom