Studying an Advanced Diploma of Process Plant Technology at TAFE Western Australia will help you to develop the skills and knowledge you need to have a successful career in the process plant industry.
During the course you will develop the practical skills and knowledge to participate in planning and managing plant shutdowns and modifications, taking a leading role in the establishment of systems intended to prevent or enable responses to incidents or emergencies and following environmental work practices. You will also learn about advanced safety case preparation, incident response management, plant documentation and environmental impacts of the process.
This course builds on skills and knowledge learnt in the Diploma course which is also on offer at TAFE WA, and provides career opportunities in various areas of the process plant technology industry including Project Close Out Coordinator, Joint Venture Coordinator, Petroleum Technician, Technical Assistant, and FLNG Operator.
The Advanced Diploma of Process Plant Technology is delivered at ACEPT (Australian Centre for Energy Process Training), a state of the art oil and gas training facility in Perth’s southern suburbs. ACEPT has links with big players in the oil and gas industry and provides real-world like exposure to working in the industry. Studying at a TAFE institute in Western Australia will also give you the opportunity for industry work experience and part-time work while you study, as Western Australia is a resource-rich growth state with low unemployment and has Australia's strongest economy. A TAFE qualification will provide you with practical skills and industry training that gives you skills employers need.
The Advance Diploma is a high-quality, nationally recognised course. All TAFE WA courses are government backed and guaranteed and international students can study certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas and associate degree qualifications. Your qualification can also provide pathways to further study at university.
Duration: 1 semester (6 months)
Course Fees: AUD $7,000. Additional resource and material fees may apply.
Intake: February and July
English Language: Students for whom English is not their first language, will need an IELTS score (academic) of 5.5 with no band score less than 5.0 or equivalent to gain entry to this course.