The manufacturing industry creates new products from raw materials. Products include food and beverages, chemicals, machinery and more. This industry also covers parts assembly, like prefabricated sections.
There are also high-tech careers in advanced manufacturing. These jobs require skilled workers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
How do I get into the industry?
Some courses in this industry may include:
- Certificate II in Engineering
- Certificate III in High Volume Baking
- Certificate III in Pulp and Paper Operations
- Advanced Diploma of Supply Chain Management
Jobs in this industry
Potential jobs may include:
- welders, fitters and machinists
- supply, distribution and procurement managers
- industrial, mechanical and production engineers
- factory workers, bakers and carpenters.
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