Department overview

Our supportive team of staff are focused on students’ well-being and learning requirements. Lecturers have extensive industry experience and lots of enthusiasm for the subjects they teach. Ongoing professional development is a big priority for us, so staff are continuously upgrading their knowledge and expertise in all aspects of their industry.

The Department of Transport Technology is committed to practice-based learning. For students this means they spend time doing: having experiences that represent current industry practice and exposure to technological advances.

Programmes and study path

Start with a programme that suits your qualifications and/or experience, then progress to a level that achieves your goals.
PROGRAMME LEVEL DURATION CAREER OPTIONS
Certificate in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering 3 Full-time for one year Apprentice mechanic, Apprentice mechanical engineer
Certificate in Applied Technology (Automotive Engineering) 4 Full-time for one year or part-time (day) options available Apprentice mechanic
Certificate in Applied Technology (Autotronics) 4 Full-time for one year or part-time (day) options available Apprentice auto electrician
Certificate in Applied Technology (Welding and Fabrication) 4 Full-time for one year Heavy/light fabrication engineer, Welder
National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical Engineering) 4 Part-time, ongoing Automotive electrical engineer
National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Engineering) 4 Part-time, ongoing Automotive engineer, Automotive technician, Heavy equipment technician, Powerboat engineer, Small engine technician
Bachelor of Applied Technology - Automotive Engineering 7 Full-time for three years or part-time (day) options available Car design and building, Vehicle sales and service
Bachelor of Applied Technology - Marine 7 Full-time for three years or part-time (day) options available Marine designer or draftsperson, Project manager

Staff