Course overview

Manual Metal Arc Welding (ARC)

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)

Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)

This course is designed to teach participants the basic skills and knowledge required to safely weld a wide range of metals using the three welding processes.

The course is specifically focused on students that have little or no welding experience who wish to gain some basic welding expertise.

This course is taught by industry professionals with current trade experience ensuring you are exposed to the most relevant welding methods being used by trades people in industry.

Participants will receive a Certificate of Participation as this is a non-accredited course.

Clothing OH&S requirements

Students will be required to wear the correct Personal Protective attire; cotton long sleeve overalls (NO JEANS), work boots, and clear safety glasses.

If you do not adhere to the OHS of the workshop, you will be asked to leave for your own safety and the safety of others.

  • Swinburne student operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and gear. Swinburne students operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and gear.
    Swinburne student at work during their basic introduction to welding short course.
  • Swinburne students operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and gear.
    Swinburne students at work during their introduction to welding short course.
  • Swinburne students engaging with teachers and specialised welding tools during their basic introduction to welding short course class.
    Swinburne students engaging with teachers during their basic introduction to welding short course class.
  • Swinburne student operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and gear. Swinburne students operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves.
    Swinburne student at work during their basic introduction to welding short course.
  • Swinburne student operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and gear. Swinburne students operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and head gear..
    Swinburne student at work during their basic introduction to welding short course.
  • Swinburne student operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and gear. Swinburne students operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves, helmet and gear.
    Swinburne student at work during their basic introduction to welding short course.
  • Swinburne student operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective gloves and gear. Swinburne students operating welding soldering equipment whilst wearing protective helmet and gloves.
    Swinburne student at work during their basic introduction to welding short course.

Intakes

This course is offered during the night or on a Saturday.

The night class will run for two consecutive weeks on Wednesday and Thursday from 6pm–9.30pm.

The Saturday class will run for two consecutive weeks from 8.30am–4pm with a one-hour lunch break. Tea and coffee provided.

Course code WELTD70W
Area of study Engineering
Cost

 A$490.00 (materials and GST inclusive)

Note: Payments will be processed seven days prior to the commencement date of your enrolled intake. In the case of late enrolments, payments will be processed earlier than seven days prior to course commencement.

Campus Wantirna campus

Saturday classes (runs over 2 days) – Wantirna campus

Code Class Day Date Time Registration deadline
SG9 Class 1 Saturday 27 August 2022 8.30am – 4.00pm Last registration date: 12pm, Thursday 25 August 2022
Class 2 Saturday 3 September 2022 8.30am – 4.00pm
SG11 Class 1 Saturday 8 October 2022 8.30am – 4.00pm Last registration date: 12pm, Thursday 6 October 2022
Class 2 Saturday 15 October 2022 8.30am – 4.00pm

Weeknight classes (runs over 4 nights) – Wantirna campus

Code Class Day Date Time Registration deadline
NG4 Class 1 Wednesday 19 October 2022 6.00pm – 9.30pm Last registration date: 12pm, Monday 17 October 2022
Class 2 Thursday 20 October 2022 6.00pm – 9.30pm
Class 3 Wednesday 26 October 2022 6.00pm – 9.30pm
Class 4 Thursday 27 October 2022 6.00pm – 9.30pm

How to register

To register, please complete and email your completed registration form to trades@swinburne.edu.au by the registration deadline for your chosen intake.

The maximum class size is 12 participants so we encourage you to act quickly to secure your place.

Note: Participants under the age of 18 are welcome but must enquire further via email before registering to enrol.

Register to enrol

Looking for more information?

For all enquiries, please email trades@swinburne.edu.au.

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