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

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 practices, consider working in this economically strong industry.

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