Manufacturing & Engineering Technology

Construction Steel Work

Construction Steel Workers often work in building construction. Steel Workers are primarily responsible for the erection and completion of a building’s framework with iron or steel girders and columns with welding, riveting, and related construction methods.

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Electrical Control

The electrical control systems worker installs, maintains, tests, troubleshoots and repairs electrical equipment and other types of electrical and electronic controls on various types of equipment used in the manufacturing industry.

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Fitting

A fitter is an engineering specialist who installs, maintains and/or repairs machines and equipment for a large variety of industries such as manufacturing, aeronautical, maritime, mining and food processing. Without skilled fitters, these mechanical technology-based industries would grind to a…

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Manufacturing Team Challenge (MTC)

Manufacturing Team Challenge is an International Competition category that Australia competes in. It involves the vocational skills of manufacturing and engineering fields such as turning, electronics, computer assisted machining and many more.

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Mechatronics

Mechatronic technicians are responsible for manufacturing products we use in everyday life, from a can of baked beans to a high-performance car. It is considered to be a multidisciplinary field of engineering encompassing electrical and mechanical competencies.

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Sheetmetal Technology

Described by some as origami with metal, Sheetmetal Workers manufacture a variety of products and components using thin sheetmetal materials. Some of the many projects these skilled professionals create include; industrial kitchen bench tops, outdoor gas heaters, refrigerators and cake…

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Turning

Take a look at a car – the steering column, axles and crankshaft will all have been produced by a Turner. How do they do it? A Turner works with a variety of machines, including a lathe, which spins materials…

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VETiS Electrotechnology

Electrotechnology is an industry which covers all aspects of electrical, electronic, instrumentation and communication technologies. The technology ranges from traditional light and power, hardware platforms and networking automation to virtual enterprise, the internet and fibre optics. The spread of new…

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VETiS Metals & Engineering

A career within metal and engineering allows you to work with metal to make, maintain or repair metal products and structures giving you the opportunity to diversify and work in many fields.

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VETiS Primary Industries

Do you enjoy being outdoors? Have you ever considered working on the land? Then maybe a career in Primary Industries is right for you. People who work in this field provide vital products and services which influence the daily lives…

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Welding

Welders permanently join pieces of metal together through various processes. Almost all of the metal structures and machinery we use on a daily basis, such as cars and bicycles, have been welded together. Welders can work in a variety of…

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