Manufacturing & Engineering Technology

Construction Steel Work

Structural steel construction workers assemble rigging gear to move and position equipment and structural components, erect scaffolding, position and secure steel reinforcing in concrete forms, and erect and dismantle structural steel frames. Construction steel work involves marking out, cutting, assembling,…

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Electrical Control

Electrical control technicians are responsible for performing repairs and preventive maintenance of facility equipment and machinery to maintain optimal up time of production equipment. They may perform wiring, plumbing, electrical or mechanical maintenance repair work and installation. Competitors will be…

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Fitting

A fitter and machinist sets up and operates precision metal cutting and grinding machines to fabricate and repair parts and products made from metals, plastics, rubber textiles, fibreglass and space age alloys. They are required to determine dimensions by logic…

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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

Mechatronics technicians apply their knowledge of engineering to solve technical problems and maintain automated mechanical equipment. They work beside engineers and scientists, often assisting in the research and development of production. Mechatronics involves working with constantly evolving technology in the…

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Sheetmetal Technology

The sheet metal trade is one of the most varied of all trades. Sheet metal workers’ skills include drawing interpretation, job planning, marking out, geometric development, radial line and triangulation, cutting and notching, forming and shaping, joining seams, assembly and…

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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 covers all aspects of electrical, electronic, instrumentation and communication technologies. It incorporates traditional light and power, hardware platforms and networking automation, virtual enterprise, the internet and fibre optics. The spread of new information processing and communication technologies means that…

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VETiS Metals & Engineering

Manufacturing and engineering is one of the largest industries in Australia, with workers in a wide range of sectors using metal to make, maintain or repair a variety of metal products and structures. Innovations in efficient practices and new technologies…

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VETiS Primary Industries

People working in primary industries provide vital products and services which influence the daily lives of all members of society. Working in primary industries offers an opportunity to develop a range of skills including technical, personal and organisational skills. Examples…

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Welding

Welding is the process of fusing parent materials, usually metals, with a filler material and creating a joint between the pieces. Welding is a highly respected trade with countless applications in many industries, including the automotive industry, building construction, pipelines,…

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