Welding Certificate in Health and Safety Industry Practices (Micro-credential)
Future Skills Academy Limited
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- be a New Zealand or Australian citizen or permanent resident and be aged 16 years or over
- be physically capable of safely completing practical welding components
- be sufficiently competent in the English language, literacy and numeracy in order to be able to complete the micro-credential successfully
Preference will be given to applicants who have completed a qualification, or units towards a qualification, in engineering or automotive engineering at Level 1 or 2, OR have worked in an engineering environment and/or welding industry.
Each applicant will be interviewed and may be required to complete a literacy and numeracy assessment.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
To provide industry with individuals who understand health and safety requirements in the safe use and care of tools and machinery and can demonstrate safe workshop practices onsite.
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