CIV Engineering Final Assessment Day

Today marks the final day for the 8 students undertaking the Certificate IV in Engineering MEM40105.

The students have had 4 blocks of 4 days face to face training in the Toronto Training Centre with various trainers from APT.



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L to R Jay, Lachlan, Jake, Daniel, Jakob, Jayden, Reed and Simon.

The feedback has been constructive and favourable with each student feeling they have accomplished a great deal each visit.

All students have been assessed as competent throughout the 16 days and on successful completion of today’s practical based assessment they will have achieved completion of a Certificate IV in Engineering (Fluid Power) MEM40105.







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Thanks to each of our dedicated APT Trainers. In green Left – Dave Thomas, Back – Scott Hayes and Right – Scott Lockett.

The students carried out their practical assessments whilst under the watchful eye of not only the APT Trainers, but also representatives from HVTC, and their respective employers.

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Feedback from the students included:-

  • Systematic Fault finding has helped greatly in determining failures and problems.
  • Final practical assessment is in a very effective and enjoyable format. Being able to identify symbols and how they work in a system has helped.
  • Hydraulic and Schematic reading was very helpful. Practicals supported the theory very well.
  • Course content has assisted with workplace miner rebuild by understanding what each component does.
  • Took lots away from course, no boring bits. Great explanation by trainers/presenters – easy to understand.
  • Course content and layout very well thought out by APT and flowed smoothly and in a relevant application.
  • Course has covered principles and strategies along with circuits and equipment that will benefit me at my worksite now and into the future.
  • Clear understanding of hydraulics and pneumatic components and applications. Better understanding of electrical fault finding procedures.

All students enjoyed presenters/trainers and found assessment/practicals challenging yet achievable.