Develop foundational practical and technical skills to help you on your path to a rewarding career as an engineer. The Diploma of Engineering Technology is your blueprint to a bright future in engineering, drafting and design. Engineering job vacancies have eclipsed the general employment market in every state and territory in recent years. Secure a career for the future today with this student-centered, industry-accredited course.Build on your workshop engineering skills
This course equips you with the basics of engineering before you specialise in one of two exciting streams - Civil Engineering or Mechatronic Engineering. In the Civil Engineering stream, you'll learn from and work with senior civil and structural engineers involved in the design and construction of buildings, bridges, airports, dams and reticulation systems. In the Mechatronic Engineering stream, you'll assist senior designers, production supervisors and engineers involved in the design and management of mechanical and mechatronic systems. Melbourne Polytechnic's dedicated state-of-the-art engineering facilities include a purpose built Building and Construction training centre, AutoCAD Training Centre, industrial robots and fully equipped workshops.Graduate with specialised skills
Completion of this course creates exciting opportunities to enter the workforce or can put your on the path to further study. You'll have gained comprehensive practical experience in areas like 2D/3D/BIM drafting, solid modelling, design and construction principles, surveying, robotics and engineering mechanics, and graduate ready to join one of the most diverse professions in the world. From designing handheld devices like mobile phones to designing planes, skyscrapers, sewage systems and amusement park rides, there are countless places you can go with a qualification in engineering.
As a graduate of this course, you may gain employment in your specialised industry covering building and structural construction, steel detailing and fabrication, machinery/material handling or food and beverage production.
You can seek Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) where your work experience or qualifications of an advanced and related nature have been undertaken. RPL is individually assessed based on evidence submitted by the student to the teaching department. Applications for RPL will be assessed by relevant Melbourne Polytechnic trainers, academics and where appropriate, industry experts.