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Apprentice & Trainee Training

XLT is a Government recognised training organisation authorised to deliver training and certification to apprentices and trainees. XLT consists of two world class welding apprentice facilities - one in Perth, Western Australia (WA), the other in Brisbane, Queensland (QLD).

Some of the course outlines offered are taken from the Metals and Engineering Training Package (MEM05) and include:

  • Apprenticeship - Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication) to Certificate IV in Engineering
  • Traineeship – Certificate II (Production)

Companies can commencBrisbane Welding Apprenticeshipe apprentices and trainees at any time throughout the year, unlike most TAFE’s where intake is only once per year.

Delivery of off the job training can be in block release or day release and is also flexible to fit in with the companies work loads. The cost of off the job training component is similar to TAFE charges, but many vary slightly due to the individualised nature of training content, (eg. off the shelf training program).

Employing of an Apprentice:

  • XLT can assist in interviePerth Welding Apprenticeshipwing and assessing applicants to determine attitude and aptitude against the requirement of the company.
  • A pre-apprenticeship course can follow to ensure applicant is more familiar with the training/skills requirements, and also to ensure that he/she is familiar with the work site/shop. This will include safety, general hand/power tools, and operating procedures.
  • You then sign the apprentice up with ApprentiCentre
  • XLT will then discuss with you (the company) and also with the Apprentice to choose the best possible training units to benefit company/apprentice and industry from the Metals and Engineering Training Package.
  • XLT will then discuss and organise with you (the company) about the best times for the off the job component of training for the Apprenticeship.
  • XLT will give you regular progress updates of apprentice, will carry out on the job assessments/training, and liaise with the company supervisor/manager to ensure all training outcomes are achieved.
  • Between XLT, the company, and the Apprentice, we will achieve the highest degree of craftsmanship skills, knowledge, values, and attitudes delivered to the highest levels of integrity and credibility.

Available units for the Certificate III in Engineering training program

Below is a list of the available units for the Certificate III in Engineering training program. XLT specialises in meeting the requirements of the employer as well as the individual's abilities when tailoring a training program to suit each student.

Fee for government funded courses = $2100 (indicative)-Certificate III in Engineering(Fabrication Trade)MEM30305 &  Certificate II - $2,300 (indicative)  in Engineering( MEM20105) (Please note that the fees are estimates for students enrolling in government funded courses in 2014 and indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees. For further details please contact: 08 9434 3774)

MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade

Unit Code         

Mandatory Units

MEM12023A         

Perform Engineering Measurements

MEM12024A

Perform Computations

MEM13014A

Apply Principle of Occupational Health and Safety in the Work Environment

MEM14004A  

Plan to Undertake a Routine Task

MEM14005A

Plan a Complete Activity

MEM15002A

Apply Quality Systems

MEM15024A

Apply Quality Procedures

MEM16006A

Organise and Communicate Information

MEM16007A

Work with Others in a Manufacturing, Engineering or Related Environment

MEM16008A

Interact with Computing Technology

MEM17003A

Assist in the Provision of On the Job Training

MSAENV272B

Participate in Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices

MEM10105 CERTIFICATE 1 - ENGINEERING

Unit Code

Mandatory units

MEM13014A

APPLY PRINCIPLES OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN THE WORK ENVIRONMENT

MEM14004A

PLAN TO UNDERTAKE A ROUTINE TASK

MEM15024A

APPLY QUALITY PROCEDURES

MEM16007A

WORK WITH OTHERS IN A MANUFACTURING, ENGINEERING OR RELATED ENVIROMENT

 

Specialisation units.  (24 points)

MEM11011B

UNDERTAKE MANUAL HANDLING

MEM12023A

PERFORM ENGINEERING MEASURMENTS

MEM12024A

PERFORM COMPUTATIONS

MEM15002A

APPLY QUALITY SYSTEMS

MEM16006A

ORGANISE AND COMMUNICATE INFORMATION

MEM05005B

CARRY OUT MECHANICAL CUTTING – 12023A & 18001C

MEM05007C

PERFORM MANUAL HEATING AND THERMAL CUTTING

MEM05012C

PERFORM ROUTINE MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING

MEM18001C

USE HAND TOOLS

MEM18002B

USE POWER TOOLS / HAND HELD OPERATIONS

Certificate II in Engineering( MEM20105)government Funding available(limited places only) , please contact XLT office to find out more.

 

Unit Code

Mandatory units

MEM13014A

APPLY PRINCIPLES OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN THE WORK ENVIRONMENT

MEM14004A

PLAN TO UNDERTAKE A ROUTINE TASK

MEM15024A

APPLY QUALITY PROCEDURES

MEM16007A

WORK WITH OTHERS IN A MANUFACTURING, ENGINEERING OR RELATED ENVIROMENT

Fabrication Trade stream / specialisation units

MEM05005B

CARRY OUT MECHANICAL CUTTING – 12023A & 18001C

MEM05007C

PERFORM MANUAL HEATING AND THERMAL CUTTING

MEM05012C

PERFORM ROUTINE MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING

MEM05013C

PERFORM MANUAL PRODUCTION WELDING

MEM05049B

PERFORM ROUTINE GAS TUNGSTEN WELDING

MEM05050B

PERFORM ROUTINE GAS METAL ARC WELDING

MEM09002B

INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWING

MEM11011B

UNDERTAKE MANUAL HANDLING

MEM12023A

PERFORM ENGINEERING MEASUREMENTS

MEM12024A

PERFORM COMPUTATIONS

MEM18001C

USE HAND TOOLS

MEM18002B

USE POWER TOOLS / HAND HELD OPERATIONS

Certificate IV in Engineering – MEM40105

Unit No

Mandatory units

MEM12023A

PERFORM ENGINEERING MEASUREMENTS

MEM12024A

PERFORM COMPUTATIONS

MEM13014A

APPLY PRINCIPLES OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN THE WORK ENVIRONMENT

MEM14004A

 

PLAN TO UNDERTAKE A ROUTINE TASK

MEM14005A

PLAN A COMPLETE ACTIVITY

MEM15024A

APPLY QUALITY SYSTEMS

MEM15024A

APPLY QUALITY PROCEDURES

MEM16006A

ORGANISE AND COMMUNICATE INFORMATION

MEM16007A

WORK WITH OTHERS IN A MANUFACTURING, ENGINEERING OR RELATED ENVIRONMENT

MEM16008A

INTERACT WITH COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY

MEM17003A

ASSIST IN THE PROVISION OF ON THE JOB TRAINING

MSAENV272B

PARTICIPATE IN ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE WORK PRACTICES

Fabrication Trade stream / specialisation units

MEM05004C

PERFORM ROUTINE OXY ACETYLENE WELDING

MEM05005B

CARRY OUT MECHANICAL CUTTING

MEM05007C

PERFORM MANUAL HEATING AND THERMAL CUTTING

MEM05010C

APPLY FABRICATION, FORMING & SHAPING TECHNIQUES

MEM05011D

(MMAW) ASSEMBLE FABRICATED COMPONENTS

MEM05012C

PERFORM ROUTINE MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING

MEM05013C

PERFORM MANUAL PRODUCTION WELDING

MEM05014C

MONITOR QUALITY OF PRODUCTION WELDING/FABRICATION

MEM05015D

WELD USING MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05016C

PERFORM ADVANCED WELDING USING MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05017D

WELD USING GAS METAL ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05018C

PERFORM ADVANCED WELDING USING GAS METAL ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05019D

WELD USING GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING PROCES

MEM05020C

PERFORM ADVANCED WELDING USING GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05023C

WELDING USING SUBMERGED ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05026C

APPLY WELDING PRINCIPLES

MEM05037C

PERFORM GEOMETRIC DEVELOPMENT

MEM05042B

PERFORM WELDS TO CODE STANDARDS USING FLUX CORE

MEM05044B

PERFORM WELDS TO A CODE STANDARD USING GAS TUNGSTAN ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05045B

PERFORM PIPE WELDS TOA CODE STANDARD USING MMAW WELDING PROCESS

MEM05046B

 

PERFORM WELDS TO CODE STANDARDS USING MMAW

MEM05047B

WELD USING FLUX CORE ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05048B

PERFORM ADVANCED WELDING USING FLUX CORE ARC WELDING PROCESS

MEM05049B

PERFORM ROUTINE GAS TUNGSTEN WELDING

MEM05050B

PERFORM ROUTINE GAS METAL ARC WELDING

MEM05051A

SELECT WELDING PROCESSES

MEM05052A

APPLY SAFE WELDING PRACTICES

MEM12006B

MARK OFF/OUT (GENERAL ENGINEERING)

MEM12007C

MARK OFF /OUT STRUCTURAL FABRICATIONS & SHAPES

MEM18001C

USE HAND TOOLS

MEM18002B

USE POWER TOOLS / HAND HELD OPERATIONS

Fabrication Trade Stream / Specialisation Units.

Unit Code

Manditory Units

MEM05005B         

Carry Out Mechanical Cutting – 12023A & 18001C

MEM05007C

Perform Manual Heating and Thermal Cutting

MEM05009C

Perform Automated Thermal Cutting – 05023A

MEM05011C       

Assemble Fabricated Components – Oxy 05019C, 05049B, 05051A, 05052A, 12023A ,18001C & 18002B

MEM05012C

Perform Routine Manual MApprentice & Trainee Trainingetal Arc Welding

MEM05013C

Perform Manual Production Welding

MEM05015C

Weld Using Manual Metal Arc Welding Process – 05012A, 05051A, 05052A, 12023A, 18001C & 18002B

MEM05016C

Perform Advanced Welding Using Manual Metal Arc Welding ProcessS – 05007C, 05012C, 05015A, 05051C, 05052A, 09002B, 12023A, 18001C & 18002B

MEM05017C

Weld Using Gas Metal Arc Welding Process – 05005B, 05050B, 05051A, 05052A, 12023A, 18001C & 01802B

MEM05018C

Perform Advanced Welding Using Gas Metal Arc Welding Process - 05007C,05017C, 05050A, 05051A, 05052A, 12023A, 18001C & 18002B

MEM05019C

Weld using Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Process – 05049B, 05051A, 05052A, 12023A, 18001C & 18002B

MEM05023C

Welding Using Submerged Arc Welding Process – 12023A

MEM05036C

Repair/Rplace/Modify Fabrication – 05005B, ,05007C, 05011C,  05012C, 05015C, 05051A, 05052A, 09002B, 12023A, 18001C & 18002B

MEM05037B 

Perform Geometric Development – 9002B, 12023A & 12024A

MEM05047B

Weld using Flux Core Arc Welding Process – 05050B, 05051A, 05052A, 18001C & 18002B

MEM05048B

Perform Advanced Welding using Flux Core Arc Welding Process – 05007C, 05047B, 05050B, 05051C, 05052A, 09002B, 18001C & 18002B

MEM05049B

Perform Routine Gas Tungsten Welding

MEM05050B

Perform Routine Gas Metal Arc Welding

MEM05051A

Select Welding Processes

MEM05052A

Apply Safe Welding Practices

MEM09002B

Interpret Technical Drawing

MEM18001C

Use Hand Tools

MEM18002B

Use Power Tools / Hand Held Operations

For more information regarding being an apprentice or trainee with XLT welding & technology institution, please contact either one of our campuses below:
 

WA TRAINING CENTRE (HEAD OFFICE)

Address: 33 Howson Way, Bibra Lake WA 6163
Phone: 1300 958 007 or [+61 8] 9434 3774
Fax: [+61 8] 9434 4177
Email: info@xlt.com.au

QUEENSLAND TRAINING CENTRE

Address: 340 Melton Road, Northgate QLD 4013
Phone: [+61 7] 3260 7201
Email: brisbane@xlt.com.au

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