Manufacturing Courses

This is a full list of available courses.

MSM30116 Certificate III in Process Manufacturing

This qualification reflects the role of individuals to undertake work in a manufacturing work place with a focus on production support. To develop and build a broad range of knowledge and skills to carry out a range production activities to work safely, quality standards, complete production orders and provide support to the team.

This course can be delivered in a flexible program of classroom training and self-paced learning activities and students have up to 24 months to complete the course.

Possible job roles include:

  • Production assistant
  • Process operator – general
  • Process operator – cablemaking
  • Process operator- composites
  • Process operator- injection moulding
  • Process operator- tyre retreading

MSS30316 Certificate III in Competitive Systems and Practices

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge to look at how to improve workplace practice by applying a mixture of skills in competitive systems and practices. To develop and build a broad range of knowledge and skills. To use tools that could improve individual or team performance and help sustain continuous improvement efforts and provide support to the team.

This course can be delivered in a flexible program of classroom training and self-paced learning activities and students have up to 12 months to complete the course.

Possible job roles include:

  • Manufacturing operator
  • Production support worker
  • Process operator – cablemaking
  • Process operator – general
  • Process operator- composites
  • Process operator- injection moulding
  • Process operator- tyre retreading

MSS40316 Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge on how to implement competitive systems and practices into an area of work. To use tools and continuous improvement techniques designed to improve individual or team performance to the organisation. This course can be delivered in a flexible program of classroom training and self-paced learning activities and students have up to 6 months to complete the course.

Possible job roles include:

  • Team leader
  • Production operator
  • Manufacturing team leader

Due to Australia’s vast landscape, the country has ample space for warehousing and other industrial buildings. Hence, Australia’s manufacturing sector employs a significant number of people every year, and is the third largest employing industry in South Australia. Technicians and trade workers in the manufacturing field perform a variety of skilled tasks, applying their specialist industry knowledge to a variety of well-paying roles. Over the past five years, around 110,700 new jobs were created in manufacturing and this sector accounts for 7% of total employment.

Possible jobs in this industry include:

  • Steel trade worker
  • Welding trade worker
  • Production manager
  • Metal fitter
  • Metal machinist
  • Packer
  • Food and drink factory worker

So if you’re good with hands-on work and are interested in process manufacturing or competitive systems and practice, consider working in this economically strong industry.

Source: Department of Jobs and Small Business, Australian Jobs 2018 Report, 2018.