L1 Engineering - Semester A

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr R. Fowler

Level 1 Engineering - Engineering Preload

Why should students take this course?

Students that take this course will be able to use engineering hand tools and machinery with confidence.

Operate a Centre Lathe, Mill machine, Mill drill and a Pedestal drill. Learn how to be a confident welder using a MIG, TIG, Arc and the Oxygen Acetylene welding plant.

Experience the power of using the Plasma 40 cutter that cuts 20mm thick steel instantly at the press of a button.

What curriculum skills will students learn in this course? 

  • thinking.

  • using language, symbols, and texts.

  • managing self.

  • relating to others.

  • participating and contributing.

Special Information

This is a ONE semester only course. It can only be taken in Semester A or B. Not both.


None. Yr 10 Engineering provides the confidence required for stepping into Yr 11.


L2 Engineering - Semester A, L2 Engineering - Semester B

Credit Information
Internal or
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
U.S. 29579 v1 Demonstrate knowledge of good work habits and safe work practices in the automotive industry
U.S. 32053 v1 Demonstrate knowledge of and apply good work practices when performing machining operations in MaPS environment
U.S. 32055 v1 Demonstrate knowledge of and apply good work practices when performing simple fabrication operations in MaPS environment
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 18 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 18 credits.

Pathway Tags

Fabrication Engineer, Saw Doctor, Mining Engineer, Aeronautical Engineer, Air Force Airman/Airwoman, Mechanical Engineering Technician, Aircraft Loader, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Aircraft Refueller, Product Assembler, Building Surveyor, Architect, Army Soldier, Heavy Truck Driver, Electronics Engineer, Collision Repair Technician, Automotive Electrician, Automotive Technician, Automotive Refinisher, Metal Worker, Boat Builder, Building Contractor, Building and Construction Labourer, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Building and Construction Manager, Earthmoving Machine Operator, Line Mechanic, Textile Process Operator, Carpenter, Civil Engineer, Civil Engineering Technician/Draughtsperson, Watchmaker and Repairer, Coachbuilder/Trimmer, Miner/Quarry Worker, Mine/Quarry Manager, Telecommunications Technician, Industrial Designer, Concrete Worker, Stonemason, Quantity Surveyor, Crane Operator, Plumber, Gasfitter and Drainlayer, Driller, Electrician, Electrical Engineering Technician, Lift Technician, Energy and Chemical Plant Operator, Engineering Machinist, Environmental Engineer, Plasterer, Welder, Fencer, Plastics Worker, Marine Engineer, Forestry and Logging Worker, Game Developer, Landscape Architect, Glass Processor, Joiner, Locksmith, Refrigeration/Air-conditioning Technician, Navy Sailor, Navy Officer, Pulp and Paper Mill Operator, Plastics Technician, Roading Construction Worker, Roofer, Wood Processing Worker, Scaffolder, Water/Wastewater Treatment Operator


Selection of a course does not guarantee entry into the course. Courses may not run due to low numbers and timetable clashes may occur. In both of these situations, the student will be consulted about alternative courses during the Course Confirmation process.