Manufacturing Technology Engineering is one of the most fundamental disciplines in the developing economy. Its practitioners are in demand over a wide field of businesses and organization’s providing infrastructure. Indeed, any installed process machines, plants require operational and maintenance experts to manage its day-to-day running and execute repairs in a timely and efficient manner. Industries as diverse as textile manufacturers to food and pharmaceutical producers to energy suppliers and to the hospitality industry all require suitably qualified personnel in this field of an engineer.
The program is offered provides a recognizable qualification and a sound base for mechanical engineering students intending to specialize in trade practices in Plant Maintenance and Manufacturing Engineering. The training develops student skills and knowledge of the processes involved. The course aims to develop the skills in the operation of machines, maintenance aspect of Manufacturing Technologies, and Quality Controls.
In this course, you can study either full-time 2 years, or part-time until completion, mainly day classes. Night classes may be scheduled, particularly for part-time students. You will learn Engineering skills & concepts both technical and practical in-classroom delivered units in Samabula CEST Campuses (Hands tools, Lathe machines grinding machines, pressing machines, Program logic Controls, Electrical, pumps, power transmission devices, hydraulic and pneumatic plant, lifting material Handling, Diesel and Petrol engines, Boiler operations etc., at the engine rooms boiler rooms and workshops).
a) Completion of Fiji Year 12 Certificate Examination or Fiji Year 12 Annual Exam/Assessment with a pass in English or 12 years of education with continuous progression, or equivalent or Completion of Certificate III programme.
b) Applicant may also be admitted to the programme who may not meet the requirement on the years of continuous education progression, but who are able to demonstrate their ability to succeed in programmes at these levels on the basis of their maturity, work experience or prior learning and are 17 years of age.