This unit covers a person planning their own work where tasks involve one or more steps or functions and are carried out routinely on a regular basis. It includes the concepts of following routine... More > instructions, specifications and requirements.
Topic 1 – Planning Activities:
Topic 2 – Planning Processes:
Topic 3 – Successful Planning & Implementation:
Topic 4 – Accountability:
Topic 5 – Skills for Self-Management:
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This unit covers basic skills for Computer Operations, Word Processing, Spreadsheets, CAD, Cloud Technology, Accounting software, and Screen Capture.
This unit is aimed at students who have had no,... More > or little exposure to computers; it is recommended that more advanced students study the alternate MEM16008A resource.< Less
This unit covers interpreting and constructing graphs and charts from given or determined data, and performing basic statistical calculations.
Graphs and charts may be applied to information from... More > various work contexts, quality processes, production and market trends and other engineering applications. A range of devices may be used to assist with calculations.< Less
This unit covers applies the concepts of mathematics to appropriate and simple engineering situations within the individual's area of engineering expertise
This unit applies to technician level work... More > that requires basic algebraic, trigonometric and statistical knowledge and skill.
Topic 1 – Learning to Understand Formulae
Topic 2 – Using & Applying Formulae
Topic 3 – Indices & Scientific Notation
Topic 4 – Algebra
Topic 5 – Polynomials
Topic 6 – Pythagoras Theorem
Topic 7 – Trigonometry
Topic 8 – Coordinates & Statistics
Topic 9 – Straight Line Geometry< Less
This unit covers preparing materials and performing routine oxy acetylene welding.
This unit applies in a maintenance or manufacturing environment where the welding is not required to meet an... More > Australian standard or equivalent. Fillet and butt welds would typically be performed on low carbon/mild steels.
Where welding is required to meet Australian Standard 1554 General Purpose or equivalent codes, OHS regulations and/or licensing requirements, Unit MEM05022C (Perform advanced welding using oxy acetylene process) should be selected.
Topic 1 – P.P.E. & Safe Working Practices:
Topic 2 – Oxy-Acetylene Basics:
Topic 3 – Equipment for Oxy-Acetylene Welding:
Topic 4 – Oxy-Acetylene Gas Cylinders:
Topic 5 – Welding Cast Iron:
Topic 6 – Additional Ferrous Metal Welding:
Topic 7 – Welding Non-Ferrous Metals:
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This unit covers recognising common materials used in engineering, assisting in the selection of a material for a specific application, and using test results to evaluate the properties of... More > materials.
Topic covered include:
Topic 1 – Properties of Materials:
Topic 2 – Properties Data:
Topic 3 – Materials Testing:
Topic 4 – Structure and Properties:
Topic 5 – Processing of Materials:
Topic 6 – Selection of Materials:
Topic 7 – Safety Parameters:
The unit covers estimating approximate answers to arithmetical problems, carrying out basic calculations involving percentages and proportions, and determining simple ratios and averages. The unit... More > includes producing and interpreting simple charts and graphs.
The unit applies in manufacturing, engineering or related environments. It includes the application of the four rules of algebraic expressions, extracting information from drawings, diagrams, graphs and charts and producing simple charts and graphs.
Data may be derived from readings taken or may be computer generated. Applications can include computations associated with pressure, volume, temperature, heat, speed, power, elasticity, density, mass, force etc. Calculations may be performed using pen and paper or on a calculator.< Less
This unit covers producing drawings to Australian Standard 1100 or equivalent where the critical dimensions and associated tolerances for components and/or materials are selected from... More > supplier/manufacturers' catalogues using design specifications.
Manual drafting or drawing equipment is used or where a CAD (Computer Aided Design) system is used, Unit MEM09009C (Create 2D drawings using computer aided design system) and/or Unit MEM09010C (Create 3D models using computer aided design system) should also be considered.
A CD containing the skill practice drawing templates can be obtained by contacting email@example.com for $10 plus postage.< Less
The resource covers producing basic engineering drawings using a CAD system.
This unit applies to the production of three dimensional models using computer aided design and drawing software and... More > associated equipment. This will include the use of region and solid modelling techniques, section views, and pre-drawn library files. Work also includes extraction of properties and application of basic rendering techniques.
This unit covers producing basic engineering drawings using a CAD system, under the direction of a supervisor.
This unit applies to the production of three dimensional models using computer aided design and drawing software and associated equipment. This will include the use of region and solid modelling techniques, section views, and pre-drawn library files. Work also includes extraction of properties and application of basic rendering techniques.
A CD containing all drawing templates can be purchased by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org for $10 plus postage.< Less
This unit covers understanding and calculating force systems within simple beam structures and applies them to solving simple engineering problems involving forces, moments and basic stress and... More > strain calculations, and determining nominal sizes of simple beams subject to loading.
A CD containing drawing & exercise templates can be obtained by contacting email@example.com for $10 plus postage.< Less