SHORT COURSE

Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding

Description

Ahead of increasing demand for experienced workers to join ‘Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise’, this 4 week (3-5 hours per week) self-paced online course aims to familiarise students with multiple aspects of the Naval Shipbuilding Industry in Australia. Introduction to Naval Shipbuilding will help you prepare for employment in the industry. The course introduces a range of key concepts, terminology, vessels and ship systems which are useful for new employees working in the industry and those who are interested in gaining employment. This course has been developed in close partnership with the Australian Government's Naval Shipbuilding College and contains quizzes, videos, illustrations and chat opportunities to help you engage with the material and other students as you progress through the course.

The following eight topics will be covered:
1. Importance of Naval Shipbuilding in the Mission of the Royal Australian Navy
2. Naval Vessels and Shipbuilding
3. Understanding the Customer and End User
4. Making Sense of Naval Shipbuilding
5. Speaking the Language of Naval Shipbuilding
6. General Systems and Components of Naval Vessels
7. Working Safety and Protecting the Environment
8. Conclusion and Where to now?

A ‘Acknowledgement of Achievement’ will be available upon successful completion of the course requirements.

The course introduces students to the complex technical language found in the Naval Shipbuilding industry. We recommend that students wishing to check their English language skills for this course visit the Naval Shipbuilding College website to complete the Taster Course which provides basic introduction. The Naval Shipbuilding College Taster Course is available at: https://www.navalshipbuildingcollege.com.au/taster/ (you will need to copy/paste this web address).

Students must be familiar with using a personal computer and navigating web pages.

  • As this is an online course, you will need a personal computer with internet access and speakers to watch video content. In some activities optional audio responses require the use of a microphone.

Short Course Delivery Locations Some short courses can provide accreditation for industry-specific registration, while others merely provide skills and knowledge in the subject area. Concession prices are available for some courses.

Location

Online

Start Date

Mon 19 Apr 21

End Date

Mon 17 May 21

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Cost

$220.00 GST inc

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Location

Online

Start Date

Mon 3 May 21

End Date

Mon 31 May 21

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Location

Online

Start Date

Mon 7 Jun 21

End Date

Mon 5 Jul 21

Student Visa (500)

Current VISA holders eligible

Contact

Cost

$220.00 GST inc

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