L2 Engineering - Semester B

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr R. Fowler

Level 2 Engineering - Manufacturing for Engineering - Semester B

Why should students take this course?

Students taking this course will work towards a National Certificate in Engineering. This course is designed to be a full year course. However, it is optional. 

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

Semester A is preferred  for entry into Semester B

Taking both semesters  will enable the opportunity  to build a motorbike from scratch as a take home project. Cost of kits to be confirmed at the ended of 2020 


None. Completing Level 1 Engineering  is an advantage


L3 Engineering - Semester A

Credit Information
Internal or
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
U.S. 2395 v9 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of the selection, use, and care of engineering hand tools
U.S. 3047 v9 Demonstrate knowledge of, interpret, and sketch process drawings for an energy and chemical plant
U.S. 4436 v7 Select, use, and care for engineering marking-out equipment
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 12 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 12 credits.

Pathway Tags

Mining Engineer, 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, Fabrication Engineer, 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, 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, Landscape Architect, Glass Processor, Joiner, Locksmith, Refrigeration/Air-conditioning Technician, Navy Sailor, Pulp and Paper Mill Operator, Plastics Technician, Roading Construction Worker, Roofer, Saw Doctor, 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.