SEMMA’s Students Build Welding Skills


SEMMA’s inaugural welding class have moved from theory to practical. After building their skills on the welding simulator, they are now welding independently and practicing clean joins.

This short course will equip participants to perform the work of “Class 2 Welders” – sufficient to meet over an estimated 70% of welding tasks required by manufacturers in the southeast.

View our week 2 highlights video below!




The program aims to address a widespread welding skills shortage through delivery of tailored and targeted training aligned to local employer skill requirements and industry needs. Participants will learn key welding skills and receive placement into full-time employment with a local manufacturer upon completion.

This program is delivered in collaboration with the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) and facilitated by Chisholm Institute. Thank you to member Hilton Manufacturing Pty Ltd for providing the use of their training room.

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