Trans Tank International
An opportunity to work in a leading and innovative manufacturing business. Trans Tank® International (TTi) is based in the town of Nathalia, a 35-minute drive northwest of the regional city of Shepparton in Victoria. The company have been manufacturing rotationally moulded polyethylene tanks for nearly 20 years to the agricultural and industrial industries.
It is a rotational work placement in which you would be working in the following areas:
• fabrication – assembling steel framework
• pre-assembly – bolting and assembling onto the framework
• warehouse – pick parts and jobs
• sub assembly – warehouse
• mould tanks
Skills You Might Learn
Students may have the opportunity to attain a broad range of skills while on work placement. These may include valuable general employability skills such as:
- Problem solving
- Initiative and enterprise
- Planning and organising
Students may also attain vital industry specific skills which will relate to their studies such as:
o Hands-on practical experience
o Observing and learning from industry qualified and experienced professionals
o Working in real-life scenarios and environments
o Working with tools and equipment necessary to the occupation and business
o Liaising and working with colleagues, bosses, customers/clients and suppliers.
Typical Tasks & Duties
Rotation across 5 key areas.
1. Fabrication/preparation – steel framework
2. Pre-assembly – bolting onto the framework
3. Warehouse – pick parts and jobs
4. Sub-assembly – items stored in warehouse
5. Mould tanks
10 week rotational work placement; 5 key areas listed above x 2 days in each area.
AVAILABLE FROM TERM 2 ONWARDS
Once a student ‘shares an opportunity’ with Teacher, then the company would prefer a Teacher to make contact to advise a student will be calling to organise an interview – please ask for Richard Southall at TTI.
Student organises interview
Attends interview, advised of role, key aspects they need to be aware of, including company values, confidientiality etc.
If appropriate, dates identified and Structured workplacement lock in for 10 week period over a School Term, incorporating 10 days; rotated within 5 key areas.
Students must adhere to the following dress requirements:
Steel cap boots
Long pants (jeans okay)
Polo shirt (in mould area – must wear long sleeve shirt)
Special Transport Requirements
VLINE train to Shepparton Train station
VLINE Bus transport from Shepparton to Nathalia
(limited timetable refer to VLINE)
RELATED COURSES INCLUDE
- MEM30305 - Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade