Courses

Certificate III in Locksmithing – Apprenticeship

Code

MEM30805

Campuses

Heidelberg

Department

Trades College

03 9269 8400

Duration

Part-time: 3 years

Modes of Delivery

Classroom

2018 Fees

$5150

Materials: $1300

Visit www.skills.sa.gov.au for eligibility criteria. See the Eligibility Calculator and Subsidised Training List page on the Skills and Employment website.

Assessment Methods

Assessment is by completion of all learning outcomes for each unit and all units are competency based

Materials

What we will supply
Resource books are online and we will supply you with student workbooks
What you will need to supply
You will need to purchase your hand tools (compulsory) and PPE including safety boots (compulsory), safety glasses (compulsory) and earmuffs (optional)

Entrance Requirements

You must be employed and formally registered as an Apprentice with an Apprenticeship Network Provider (ANP). Melbourne Polytechnic receives notification directly from the ANP of your request to commence training. To find the ANP closest to you, click here.

Pathways to further study

You may be interested in specialised courses when choosing a particular field within the security technology industry

Career Pathways

Locksmithing is a career that can take you to many places and graduates of this course have a very high chance of finding employment. The security industry is large and diverse and includes fields such as locksmithing, electronic access and automotive work

Enrolment Intake

  • February

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