If you're looking to enhance your employment opportunities within the field of engineering, then getting your existing experience recognised through RPL is a simple way of achieving professional accreditation as an engineering professional in order to meet national and international benchmarks. This includes, but is not limited to, experience in metal fabrication, mechanical engineering, and manufacturing at the Graduate Diploma, Advanced Diploma Diploma, Certificate IV, Certificate III and Certificate II levels. Get Qualified Australia currently offers the following qualifications within the Engineering Industry training package.
Use your supervisory level experience to achieve trade recognition as a Higher Engineering or Special Class Engineering tradesperson within mechanical, fabrication and electrical industries.
Use your entry level experience to enter the Engineering and Manufacturing industries as a Level IV employee, with this Certificate II level qualification.
Achieve trade recognition for your experience with mechanical equipment and machinery within metal, engineering and manufacturing industries. Become a formally recognised Mechanical Engineer.
If you're an experienced welder, sheet metal worker or other fabrication related tradesperson, then this Certificate III is an ideal way to work towards achieving trade recognition.