MSM30116 Certificate III in Process Manufacturing

Process manufacturing traineeships are available for manufacturing companies and employees looking at implementing structured training programs within the workplace and to formally recognise employees skills and knowledge that relate to the job and industry in Australia.

Nationwide Training is always supportive and informative. Extremely professional and easy to deal with.

— K.Anderson, Mainfreight

My trainer was awesome. Very helpful, knowledgeable and industry experienced.

— M.Antonio

Thanks to all staff at Nationwide Training because with all of your help I have finished my Certificate III. I hope we will meet again.

— J.Fernandes, Conoco Phillips

The trainer listened and understood my industry. He was very knowledgeable in all areas of the course.

— M.Chmaberlain, Transdev

With over ten years experience in the industry, I find I am learning new things - which is interesting and refreshing.

— D.Tracey, BGC

My trainer is very understanding and always on point. Great person to talk to.

— S.James, Transdev

Excellent broad based theoretical assessment and combined with focused practical observations. The trainer is very skilled and knowledgeable. The operators enjoy their sessions with her.

— T.Kuusk, Brikmakers

I have definitely seen an improvement in all our trainees as new knowledge is gained.

— J.Menzies Brikmakers

The training gave me more knowledge about the process of how things work and apply it to my job. The staff assists me and answer my questions effectively if I needed some answers regarding to training.

— R.Manongsong, Brikmakers

Traineeship Eligibility

Employees who have been working for your company for less than three (3) months full time may attract employer incentives and funding. Existing workers attract no employer incentives, but may be eligible for funding with no prior qualifications.

Employer Incentives

  • $1,500.00 – six (6) months from commencement;
  • $2,500.00 – on completion.

Trainees are exempt from payroll tax.

Duration

24 months for full time employees

Delivery

Workplace-based training is delivered face to face and includes pre-reading, practical training and observation of you performing routine work tasks while on-the-job.

Entitles the learner to a maximum of 12 scheduled workplace training visits.
Refer to Nationwide Training’s schedule of fees for additional workplace training visits.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available.

Funded Course Fees

2018 New Workers Certificate III in Process Manufacturing Assumes all units are commenced in 2018 $1,894.75

Note: Fees and charges are based on the Department of Training and Workforce Development Fees and Charges Policy in line with Nationwide Training’s recommended training plan. Any changes to the training plan may see an alteration to these fees. Incentives and eligibility are subject to Australian Apprenticeships Incentives Programme. Fees are GST free. Fees are only for units started in 2018. Fees for units started in future years are yet to be determined by the government.

“The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees”. source DTWD Business Rules

Non-Funded Course Fees

Perth Metro Area:
Certificate III in Process Manufacturing $4,200.00 GST free three payments of $1,400.00

Regional WA Centres:
Certificate III in Process Manufacutring Price on application.

On Successful Completion

On successful completion of a qualification you will receive a Certificate issued by Nationwide Training:

MSM30116 Certificate III in Process Manufacturing

Nationally Recognised Training Jobs and Skills WA

Qualification Structure

A total of twenty one (21) units are required for this qualification.

Block 1
MSMSUP210 Process and record information Core
MSMSUP309 Maintain and organise workplace records Group A Elective
MSMWHS100 Follow WHS procedures Group B Elective
MSMWHS200 Work safely Core
PMBHAN103 Shift materials safely by hand Group B Elective
MSS402051 Apply quality standards Core
MSMSUP200 Achieve work outcomes Group B Elective
MSMENV272 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices Core
MEM03001B Perform manual production assembly Group A Elective
MSMSUP230 Monitor process operations Group B Elective
MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations Group B Elective
MEM15004B Perform inspection Group A Elective
MSMSUP303 Identify equipment faults Group A Elective
MSMOPS102 Perform tasks to support production Group B Elective
MSMOPS200 Operate equipment Group B Elective
MSMSUP240 Undertake minor maintenance Group B Elective
MSMSUP390 Use structured problem solving tools Group A Elective
MSMSUP100 Apply workplace context to own job Group B Elective
MSMSUP101 Clean workplace or equipment Group B Elective
MSMSUP102 Communicate in the workplace ♦ Elective
MSMSUP106 Work in a team Group B Elective

♦ Imported units