|Qualification: Certificate IV in Manufacturing Technology
Training Package: Competitive Manufacturing
This qualification is designed to prepare people to work as manufacturing technicians within a specific technical discipline such as metallurgy, mechatronics and robotics, computer aided design, product design, process management, quality assurance, polymer technology or engineering officer. It supports the Technology Cadetship at AQF IV level and cadets should be employed under this Cadetship to undertake this course. The Technology Cadetship allows you to be employed and to undertake formal training with an RTO while you learn on the job.
There is a range of career opportunities available to reflect the diverse skill needs of different manufacturing enterprises. The Certificate III in Manufacturing Technology course is embedded within the Certificate IV, so you can progress from the Certificate III to the Certificate IV. This provides the opportunity to achieve a broader range of competencies and/or achievement in more depth in particular areas. Students who achieve the Certificate IV will be able to function in the workplace in a broader range of tasks and operate at greater depth.
These qualification details are indicative only and not comprehensive and may vary in different States and Territories. It is recommended that you confirm all qualifications and training details prior to commencement of any course.
Certificate III and IV
Certificates III and IV recognise more complex vocational skills and knowledge that meet nationally endorsed industry/enterprise competency standards as agreed for those qualifications by the relevant industry, enterprise, community or professional group. They include training at the apprenticeship level, as well as more advanced skills in: literacy and numeracy; communication skills; workplace technology; and industry specific competencies. VET qualifications are offered by TAFE Institutes, private providers and some universities.
Manufacturing Skills Australia
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