Weld to Life (Certificate I in Engineering and Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work)
MEM10105 – Provider No. 50901 and 52770WA – Provider No. 50901
The Weld to Life course is available to young people who are in year 11 or 12 that for a variety reasons are disengaged from traditional education, have been involved with the Youth Justice system, or are at risk of offending. The course is delivered at Rockingham PCYC, consisting of two components: Certificate I in Engineering and Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work.
Certificate I in Engineering (MEM10105 – Provider No. 50901)
Certificate I in Engineering provides students with an opportunity to learn in a simulated industrial work environment. Students learn the basics of welding as a first step to a potential career as a boilermaker or in other careers where welding is a required skill. During the course, students work as a team to build a tandem trailer. This requires significant communication, planning, problem solving, initiative, teamwork and use of technology. Job opportunities include a pathway into further study within the engineering industry.
Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work (52770WA – Provider No. 50901)
Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work is an ideal stepping stone for entry into other certified training courses and a pathway into various vocational qualifications. Participants gain general educational support in literacy, maths, technology as well as study and general work-readiness skills.