Certificate IV in Polymer Technology
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Garbutt||Yes||Part-time internal, Weekend||
No minimum education
|Mount Gravatt||No||Flexible Delivery, Part-time internal|
This qualification is part of the Plastics, Rubber and Cablemaking Training Package. It is intended for senior operators and polymer technicians. These technicians may be process-based and directly involved in production, or they may be based elsewhere, such as in a laboratory, although they will typically still have functions on the production floor. The technician will typically be involved in trialling and in solving more complex problems which require greater theoretical knowledge, combined with an understanding of the production process and equipment.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Apply quality standards; Work safely; Achieve work outcomes; Process and record information. Electives: Optimise process/plant area; Trial new process or product; Identify problems in fluid power system; Trial a new, advanced or complex mould; Predict polymer properties and characteristics; Lead change in a manufacturing environment; Identify equipment faults; plus more.
About PARTEC InstitutePARTEC is a Registered Training Organisation and an industry-owned skill centre based in Brisbane. Training is offered for a range of apprenticeships in the plastics and rubber industry, including toolmaking apprenticeships. Training is provided for the Queensland trades of plastics fabricator, composites technician level III, extrusion technician level III, blow moulding operator, blown film operator, injection moulding operator, polyurethane manufacturer and rotational moulding operator. Short courses in a range of plastics industry specialisations, including CNC machining are also conducted, depending on demand. PARTEC Townsville conducts training in the composites apprenticeship, in a variety of fibreglass skills and in pipe welding. RTO code: 0195
Certificate IVCourse code: PMB40107
- Part-time internal
- Flexible Delivery
- Part-time internal = 5 days
28 units: 4 core; 24 elective.
No minimum education
Life after Study
Chemical plant operators control the operation of chemical production equipment used in processing minerals and in manufacturing a range of products such as drugs, textiles, ammunition and plastics.
Plastics and composites processors handle machinery that manufactures or finishes plastic or composite products by injection moulding, extrusion, blow moulding, blow film extrusion and other processes. They may also finish, repair, and refinish damaged products.