Manufacturing, Engineering, Transport and Logistics

Get your career moving with a course in manufacturing, engineering, transport or logistics!


If you are interested in designing, constructing and assembling products, or maintaining mechanical structures and systems, then a career in the manufacturing, engineering, transport and logistics industries could be the perfect fit.

Manufacturing Engineering Transport

Engineering and manufacturing trades
Did you know...
  • engineering and manufacturing trades student working on machinery.Metal fitters and machinists earned around $1500 per week before tax, nearly $350 more than the average weekly earnings for all other occupations.
Source: www.joboutlook.gov.au

For more detailed information on this industry, please visit the job outlook website. This will give you interesting facts and statistics, such as job prospects; weekly earnings and the size of the industry.

To see where a career in engineering and manufacturing can take you, have a look at our engineering, manufacturing and drafting career pathway.

Why study with TAFE SWSi

We have teachers who are experts in their trade and can give you the hands-on skills and knowledge you need to succeed. We also work closely with industry to provide you with the most up-to-date training.

TAFE SWSi also runs the state centre for Polymer Processing in NSW.

What we offer:

We offer short courses in Welding and also Certificate II to Diploma level in:
Visit our course search and get started on the path to a great career, or call 13 SWSi (13 7974) for more information.




 
Engineering industrial mechanical and production

Did you know...

  • Engineering student at the latest pneumatic equipmentThere were 31,000 mechanical engineers in Australia in 2012, most of whom were working full time (89%), earning an average wage of $1622 per week before tax.
Source: www.joboutlook.gov.au

For more detailed information on this industry, please visit the job outlook website. This will give you interesting facts and statistics, such as job prospects; weekly earnings and the size of the industry.

To see where a career in engineering can take you, have a look at our engineering, manufacturing and drafting career pathway.

Why study at TAFE SWSi

We have teachers who are experts in their trade and can give you the hands-on skills and knowledge you need to succeed. We also work closely with industry to provide you with the most up-to-date training.

What we offer:

Certificate III to Advanced Diploma accreditation in Engineering in Mechanical, Technical or Production specialist areas.

We also provide a Certificate IV in Drafting using the latest Computer Aided Design (CAD) software combined with traditional drafting skills.

Visit our course search and get started on the path to a great career, or call 13 SWSi (13 7974) for more information.



 
Transport and logistics

Did you know...

  • transport and logistics students in a warehouse.The Transport and Logistics Industry is a significant contributor to the nation's prosperity through the efforts of its 1.2 million-strong workforce.
  • There were 29,700 Transport and Despatch Clerks in Australia in 2012. Employment for Transport and Despatch Clerks is expected to grow by 2017.
Source: Transport & Logistics Industry Skills Council, www.tlisc.org.au and www.joboutlook.gov.au

For more detailed information on this industry, please visit the job outlook website. This will give you interesting facts and statistics, such as job prospects; weekly earnings and the size of the industry.

Why study at TAFE SWSi

We have teachers who are experts in their trade and can give you the hands-on skills and knowledge you need to succeed. We also work closely with industry to provide you with the most up-to-date training.


 

What we offer:

Certificate or Diploma level in
  • Warehouse operations
  • Logistics

as well as a range of short courses.

Visit our course search and get started on the path to a great career, or call 13 SWSi (13 7974) for more information.