New automation courses lead the way at South Metropolitan TAFE
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New automation courses lead the way at South Metropolitan TAFE

New automation courses lead the way at South Metropolitan TAFE

Premier Mark McGowan and Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery recently announced two new automation courses that will be available at South Metropolitan TAFE's Munster campus from Semester 2, 2019.

This is the first achievement for the Resource Industry Collaboration between the McGowan Government, South Metropolitan TAFE and Rio Tinto, with Rio Tinto contributing $2 million towards the new training program.

The two new courses are:

Premier Mark McGowan and Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery recently announced two new automation courses that will be available at South Metropolitan TAFE's Munster campus from Semester 2, 2019.

This is the first achievement for the Resource Industry Collaboration between the McGowan Government, South Metropolitan TAFE and Rio Tinto, with Rio Tinto contributing $2 million towards the new training program.

The two new courses are:

  • Working Effectively in an Automated Workplace — this micro-credential course offers a skill set that trade qualified workers and apprentices can use to improve or upgrade their skills in automation to meet future workforce and industry needs; and
  • Certificate II in Autonomous Workplace Operations — to be delivered as a pilot VET course for secondary students from Cecil Andrews College, Gilmore College, Baldivis Secondary College and Karratha Senior High School.

For further information contact South Metropolitan TAFE on 1800 001 001

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Page last updated March 23, 2020