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41 An Information Session may be required. Check the Course Information Leaflet, contact the college or visit our website wsi.tafensw.edu.au. There are no fee exemptions or concessions available for WSI PLUS courses. For more information, visit wsi.tafensw.edu.au/wsiplus Key: Application required WSI PLUS fee applies International Student Code Certificate III in (NRT) Outdoor Power Equipment Course No: 17391 National Code: AUR30705 Duration: 3 years part-time Location: Blacktown Description: For employed trainees. You will be able to service, diagnose and repair faults in chain cutting, rotary cutting and line trimming systems. In addition to this, you will also be able to diagnose and repair electrical, hydraulic, fuel and industrial engine systems and components. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements. You must be employed as a trainee in the outdoor power equipment industry to be able to gain su cient experience to achieve the units of competence requirement. Career Opportunities: Outdoor Power Equipment Mechanic in the Automotive industry. Certificate II in (NRT) Outdoor Power Equipment Course No: 17390 National Code: AUR20805 Duration: 1 year part-time Location: Blacktown Description: For employed trainees. You will be able to service and repair minor faults in fuel systems, chain cutting and rotary cutting systems, line trimming systems, industrial engine systems and components. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements. You must be employed as a trainee in the outdoor power equipment industry to be able to gain su cient experience to achieve the units of competence requirement. Career Opportunities: Service Mechanic in the Automotive industry. TAFE NSW Attendance Certificate Paintless Dent Removal Course No: 27273 Duration: 4 weeks part-time Location: Mount Druitt Description: Paintless dent repair is a method of repairing hail damage dents on a vehicle without damaging the paintwork. This course covers tools and equipment used in paintless dent repairs; types of dents; repair methods including pressing, beating, reforming, levering and pulling, and finishing techniques. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements Career Opportunities: Vehicle repairer WSI PLUS fees apply TAFE NSW Attendance Certificate Soda Blasting Techniques Course No: 27668 Duration: 1 Day Location: Mount Druitt Description: Participants will gain the necessary skills and techniques used on soda blasting, which can be utilized in a variety of industries. You will learn how to safely operate Soda Blasting equipment and identify its potential use in industry situations. This course will cover OH&S requirements and application, characteristics of soda blasting, machine types, and mediums. Participants will also be provided with an understanding of Soda Blasting quoting and contractor requirements. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements Career Opportunities: Grafitti Removalist, Historic and Sandstone building restorer, transport trailer cleaner (stainless steel), Boat cleaner, Motor Vehicle Body Stripper WSI PLUS fees apply Certificate II (NRT) Transport and Logistics (Road Transport) Course No: 17614 National Code: TLI20207 Duration: 2 year on the job traineeship Location: Mount Druitt Description: This course contributes to requirements for employment in operations positions in the road transport sector. It is designed to provide you with underpinning knowledge and skills to perform a defined range of routine activities in a variety of contexts when working in road transport industry. If you are already employed in the road transport industry you will be able to acquire and apply basic competencies required for safe, e ective work practice. Entry Requirements: There are no formal educational requirements Career Opportunities: Driver, load handler. Amy McCue Diploma of Logistics Amy was presented with the Manufacturing, Engineering and Transport Student of the Year at the 2010 TAFE NSW --Western Sydney Institute Student Excellence Awards Amy was nominated for this award because of her consistently high results, her conscientious attitude and the leadership she demonstrated throughout her Diploma. Described by her teacher as having a 'keen intelligence and sound commonsense', Amy works as a Distribution Resource Planning Controller for CSR Gyprock. Amy has excelled both in her workplace and at TAFE, and has achieved great things within a traditionally male-dominated industry. She is well deserving of this award. "I enjoy working within the logistics and transport industry as it is challenging, innovative and rewarding. I really enjoyed getting to know a lot more about my industry during my course." 60 SECONDS WITH...