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MEM60112 | Advanced Diploma of Engineering

Course Title
Advanced Diploma of Engineering
National VET Code
MEM60112
CRICOS Course Code
098178G
Course Duration
107 weeks total, including 80 tuition (teaching) weeks and 27 holiday weeks
Intakes
– February 1st, 2021
– May 3rd, 2021
– July 5th, 2021
Modes of Delivery
OFFSHORE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
This course will be delivered blended (online & face to face in the classroom) 20 hours per week
– 1st Year: Face to face delivery via online mode

– 2nd Year: Face to face delivery via classroom mode

ONSHORE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
This course will be delivered face to face in the classroom for 20 hours per week

Assessment Methods
Written, oral and practical
Delivery Location
Brisbane Technology Park
Suite 1, Lower West Wing
1 Clunies Ross Court
Eight Mile Plains QLD 4113
Tuition Fees
AUD $29,000* (inclusion of $500 enrolment fee)
Scholarships available: for more information please contact international@outsourceinstitute.com.au
RPL / Credit Transfer
Fee reduction may apply for RPL and Credit Transfer. Please refer to the Course Credit / RPL Policy and Procedure for further information.

Course Description

The Advanced Diploma of Engineering is aimed towards those who are looking to advance in a technical paraprofessional role. This course has a strong combination of technical skills training and in-depth knowledge in how to apply engineering and scientific principles for those who manage, design and execute engineering projects.

Entry Requirements

  • English requirement: IELTS 5.5 (no individual band less than 5.0) or equivalent
  • Academic requirements: Completion of Year 12 or equivalent. Non-school-leavers must have relevant work experience or qualification that indicates likely success of course completion.
  • Every application is assessed individually.
  • On acceptance of the Letter of Offer, a statement of purpose will be required.

Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

  • Engineering Drafts Person
  • Production Engineer
  • Organise and communicate information
  • Interact with computing technology
  • Perform engineering activities
  • Manage self in the engineering environment
  • Select common engineering materials
  • Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment
  • Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
  • Completion of the seven (7) core units of competency listed, and
  • Completion of twenty three (23) elective units, to bring the total number of units to thirty (30)

Group A and Group B elective units must be selected as follows:

  • Up to eight (8) general elective units from the list in Group A
  • At least fifteen (15) specialist elective units from Group B, to bring the total number of elective units to twenty three (23)

Note that when selecting elective units any prerequisite units must also be completed and count towards the required number of elective units (refer to units for details).

Five (5) appropriate Group B electives may be chosen from other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses where those units are available for inclusion at Advanced Diploma.

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