What is this course all about?
This course provides the training required for licence to install split air conditioning systems. You will learn skills in using tools, measuring and calculating, technical drawing and drafting, load shifting, thermal cutting, using forging and casting equipment, and welding. You will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and maths. You will practice the skills you have learned in a workshop environment.
What are the course outcomes & career opportunities?
Certificate III engineering qualifications, Apprenticeship/traineeship.
Certificate III engineering qualifications Apprenticeship/traineeship
Successful completion of this qualification provides you with the opportunity to become a trades assistant, gain an apprenticeship in to become an electroplater, surface finisher, foundry worker, plant mechanic or ship builder, or gain a traineeship in engineering. You will need to be employed and registered as an apprentice/trainee before you can commence apprenticeship/traineeship training.
Where can I study this course?
- course details
More information Established in the 1960’s, our Carlisle campus is now known as one of Perth's best kept secrets. On the outskirts of the Perth CBD, Carlisle’s modest buildings house some of the most sophisticated equipment in the world. Our Carlisle campus houses some of the most sophisticated training equipment in the world and is Western Australia's major centre for automotive studies and panel beating.
- Carlisle Campus
- What is the study commitment?
- Part time
- What sort of course is it?
- Employment in the relevant industry required
- What do I learn?
- Certificate II in Engineering (Split System Air Conditioning) Default Curriculum for WT35 Default Curriculum for WT35
- What is the next step?
- This course was available for Semester 2, 2013.
This course is available for Semester 1, 2014.
What are the entrance requirements?
How much does this course cost?
Students from overseas, please check http://www.polytechnic.wa.edu.au/international for the course costs.
For Australian citizens (and / or permanent residents) residing in Western Australia:
Polytechnic West’s estimated fees for 2014 are now available at the following link: http://www.polytechnic.wa.edu.au/pwa/future-students-1/fees-charges/
Students in Diploma and above qualifications may be assisted through having access to a loan under the Commonwealth Government's VET FEE-HELP scheme, if they are a Citizen of Australia (OR on a Permanent Humanitarian Visa and resident in Australia for the duration of the course).
Concessions will continue to be available for eligible courses at certificate levels I through to IV. Eligible students include holders of either a health care or pensioner concession card, recipients of AUSTUDY, ABSTUDY, or Youth Allowance, and young people aged 15 to 17 years.
These fees were current as at August 2013. More detailed information is available here
Important dates for applicants are here
- Pre-enrolment Information
Some things you should know