MEM30319 Certificate III Engineering Fabrication Trade

We offer the following streams for this course.

- Boilermaking
- Boilermaking/welding
- Welding
- Sheet Metal Working


The client will generally work with heavy gauge steel: cutting, shaping, assembling and welding. Typically, they work for heavy engineering companies involved in the production, fabrication and development of items manufactured from plate materials, generally in steel of varying thickness but can be involved with non-ferrous materials. They may also be employed in the construction industry putting together steel components for major structures – buildings, bridges etc. Another application of the skill could involve the manufacture of cooling towers, pressure vessels, hoppers, mining equipment, excavation buckets, large trailer bodies, smoke stacks, transformer containers, storage bins and large pipe work.

Course Overview

This qualification provides a trade outcome as an Engineering Tradesperson – Fabrication in the metal, engineering, manufacturing and associated industries or other industries where Engineering Tradespersons – Fabrication (Boilermakers/Welders) work. Employment outcomes related to this qualification are found in a wide variety of manufacturing and engineering related sectors as well as Engineering Tradesperson – Fabrication roles in other industries.


RPL Course Fees


Fee for Service
$ 2950
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QLD Residents

If eligible funded by the Department of Small Business and Training (DESBT)
$ 1.60 per nominal hour
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Apprenticeship Pathway

MEM30319 Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade

Duration: Nominal term – 48 months


Location: On the job

Delivery model: Combination of online and face to face at your workplace


There are no formal entry requirements for you to undertake this qualification through an
apprenticeship pathway.

However, in order to successfully complete the course the following must be in place:

  • learner must be signed into a formal training contract
  • employed full time or part time
  • access to a workplace that provides the scope of work to complete the negotiated units of competency
  • access to a computer or suitable device, internet connectivity and intermediate computer
  • skills to complete online course work
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