Monday 13 August 2018, 9am – 3pm
Open to students from the Murraylands interested in studying a Certificate II Engineering Pathways in 2019.
The Unity College Trade Skills Centre will open its doors to students in the region to come and try Engineering. Students can participate in a full day of activities with a TAFE Lecturer giving them a first-hand experience of what it would be like to study Certificate II Engineering Pathways in 2019.
This certificate provides the opportunity for participants to gain industry accepted skills within the field of workshop machinery, gas metal arc welding, power tool training and interpreting technical drawings.
At the ‘Come and Try’ Engineering Day students will:
- Learn about exciting job prospects for Engineering in our state.
- Gain an insight into the Certificate II Engineering Pathways and the major class project for the course (building of a Go-Kart).
- Have a try at metal fabrication and manufacturing by building your own outdoor brazier to take home.