Course Content and Modes of Study and Assessment
XLT College of Welding provides the following course over a period of 20 hrs per week, 10 week terms, 6.3 terms (80 weeks including holidays) with a combination of classroom and practical training approaches. Assessments include project, portfolio workbook, practical demonstration, knowledge based test and observation. (Duration of the course is listed below)
Students study competency based training and assessment methods and will be assessed according to established industry standards that will equip the student with the essential skills and knowledge to gain a firm footing in their chosen industry area.
Students who successfully complete their course will be awarded with qualifications that are nationally recognized.
Qualification and Course Duration
The following qualification is offered by XLT College of Welding in two options:
This program is delivered over a period of 45 weeks (approx. 30 hours per week), including one break of two weeks, 5 days per week contact days involving theory classes & working in the XLT practical classrooms
This program is delivered over a period of 96 weeks (approx. 20 hours per week), including two breaks of two weeks and one break of eight weeks providing a total of 12 weeks of break time, 5 days per week contact days involving theory classes & working in the XLT practical classrooms.
The units of competency are organised into program areas or clusters based workplace tasks to ensure that learning is undertaken in a holistic manner as recommended by the MEM05 Metals and Engineering Training Package.
Students are expected to complete 456 hours (1 block of 12 weeks with each week comprising 38 hours per week) unpaid supervised relevant work experience at a welding business as part of the CRICOS registered course.
XLT College of Welding training facility is located at:
33 Howson Way, Bibra Lake, Western Australia 6163
Phone: [+61 8] 9434 3774
Fax: [+61 8] 9434 4177
The facilities at XLT College of Welding include air-conditioned and heated classrooms with internet and computer access areas available for enrolled students.
All training is conducted with ample tools and equipment available to students Supplementary research materials and resources are within easy access.
18 WELDING BAYS
17 WELDING MACHINES (MIG, STICK, OXYACETYLENE, SUB ARC)
6 GRINDING BAYS
2 PROFILE CUTTER/RADIAL OXY CUTTING
1 HYDRAULIC PRESS, GUILLOTINE,LATHE
1 4 TONNE LIFT TRUCK, ELECTRODE OVEN, 22 SEATER BUS
2 5TONS OVER HEAD CRANES
Course Enrolment Transfer
Once enrolled, students may apply to XLT College of Welding Management for a transfer of enrolment to attend another Educational Provider offering courses to International Students.
In order to qualify for course transfer the student must have completed at least six months of their principal course of study unless:
Reasonable circumstances or compassionate grounds can be established, such as undue hardship or sickness in the family that prevents travel to or from XLT College of Weldings location of training
XLT College of Welding has ceased to be registered as a Provider on CRICOS or the course has ceased to be registered.
XLT College of Welding has a had a sanction imposed on its registration by the Australian Government or state or territory government that prevents the student from continuing his or her principal course, or
Any government sponsor of the student considers the change to be in the student’s best interest and has provided written support for that change.
Any government sponsor of the student deems that a transfer is in the student’s best interest and supports the transfer request in writing.
Should an application for Course Enrolment Transfer be successful the student will be supplied with a letter of release.
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