PMBWELD302E Join polyethylene plastic pipelines using electrofusion welding

PSAH Training and Recruitment (RTO#45691) offers the nationally recognised PMBWELD302E – Join polyethylene plastic pipelines using electrofusion welding with high quality course materials and premier student support. We deliver training that is customised to meet the needs of our students and employers.

PSAH Training and Recruitment Pty Ltd deliver the PMBWELD302E – Join polyethylene plastic pipelines using electrofusion welding unit in line with industry guidelines and the Plastics Industry Piping Association guidelines:

  • PIPA POP001 Electrofusion jointing of PE pipes and fittings for pressure applications
  • PIPA POP004 Polyethylene pipe and fitting compounds
  • PIPA POP 005 Packaging, handling and storage of polyethylene pipes and fittings
  • PIPA POP014 Assessment of polyethylene welds

 


Where can it take your career?

The PMBWELD302E Join polyethylene plastic pipelines using electrofusion welding is the latest nationally accredited unit of competency designed for students who want to achieve success in the electrofusion welding industry.

This unit is perfect for learners who are:

  • Seeking to gain the knowledge and skills to weld polyethylene (PE) plastic pipes using electrofusion undertaken in the field and in factory conditions, where pipelines may be for transmission of gas or liquids.

 


How is the unit delivered?

Training is delivered via face to face training and assessment.

Unit Duration: This unit is designed to be completed in up to 2 days.

Expected Study Hours: Typical learners are expected to spend up to 13.5 hours,  depending on existing knowledge, skills, and experience.

Note: Please read PSAH Training and Recruitment Student Handbook and other policies and procedures including Refund Policy, Complaints and Appeals Policy, RPL Procedure prior to enrolling.

 


What will you learn in PMBWELD302E?

This unit is designed to develop your expertise in industrial welding. Among others, you will learn to:

  • Identify compatibility of commercial electrofusion control systems
  • Maintain and calibrate electrofusion control unit equipment
  • Perform electrofusion welding to required standard
  • Assess quality of completed electrofusion joints
  • Identify compatibility of commercial electrofusion control systems

 


How is the unit structured?

All learners will be assessed through a combination of the following assessment methods:

  • Face to face training delivery
  • Trainer demonstration and Return demonstration
  • Self-paced learning
  • Scenario-based assessments
  • Practical skills demonstration assessments
  • Questioning – Written or Verbal

 


What are the entry requirements?

There are no formal pre-requisite requirements for this unit of competency according to the training package requirements.

 


What are the resources needed to complete the unit?

To support you in your new unit with PSAH Training and Recruitment, we will provide access to:

  • Learner Guide
  • Assessment Workbooks/Tools
  • Standards
  • All machineries and materials including:
    • Calibrated output electrofusion control units
    • Pipe clamp supports
    • Measurement devices, including:
      • Timers
      • Temperature probes
      • Callipers
      • Computer-based output monitors
    • Cleaning equipment
    • Spray equipment
  • Additional tools and equipment will be selected as required from:
    • Hand tools used in this process
    • Hoists/lifting equipment not requiring any special permits or licences
    • Manual handling aids, such as hand carts and trolleys
  • The following personal protective equipment:
    • Safety glasses/goggles
    • Earmuffs/earplugs
    • Safety gloves

To complete your unit, you will need ongoing access to the following:

  • Computer/laptop with relevant software such as, but not limited to, the following:
    • Internet access through Google Chrome
    • MS Word and PowerPoint
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) including:
    • Long pants
    • Long sleeves
    • Steel capped boots

On top of the resources for study, we also provide the following:

PSAH Morning tea and lunch

    • Morning tea supplied (Tea, coffee, and biscuits) but the students MUST supply their own lunch
    • There is a fridge and kitchen amenities available at the PSAH Training and Recruitment Pty Ltd facility

Parking at PSAH Training and Recruitment Pty Ltd facility

    • Onsite parking is limited at the PSAH Training and Recruitment Pty Ltd facility but there is parking available on Robson Street

 


What you need on the day of the course

For class, students will need to bring a valid drivers licence or valid form of Identification (Government issued I.D. card), ensure they are fit to work and not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and MUST supply their own lunch.
 


What is the unit fee?

  • Only $500.00 Upfront!

Please see Fees and Refunds Policy for more information.

 


Group bookings and Onsite course delivery

For group bookings and Onsite course delivery please get in contact with PSAH Training and Recruitment Pty Ltd for a quote.

 


What are the Qualification Pathways?

Once enrolled, you may also consider additional training to complement your welding skills with courses such as:

  • PMB30121 Certificate III in Polymer Processing*
  • PMB40121 Certificate IV in Polymer Technology*
  • UEG30120 Certificate III in Gas Supply Industry Operations*
  • UEG40220 Certificate IV in Gas Supply Industry Operations*
  • NWP30219 Certificate III in Water Industry Operations*
  • AHC32419 Certificate III in Irrigation Technology*

*These courses are not offered by PSAH Training and Recruitment

 


Is Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) available?

Due to the high-risk nature of the unit, RPL pathway is identical to the Assessment Only Pathway, where students are required to complete the assessment activities as a challenge test of their existing knowledge and skills competency.

Please read PSAH Training and Recruitment Student Handbook and other policies and procedures including Refund Policy, Complaints and Appeals Policy, RPL Procedure prior to enrolling.