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Engineering Studies Tutors and Teachers

Teaching All Over has qualified and experienced Engineering Studies tutors and teachers who are able to assist students with homework help, exam preparation and general assistance with Engineering Studies coursework.

Our experience in providing Engineering Studies tutors and teachers enables us to match the requirements of the student with our database of qualified tutors and teachers.

Our Engineering Studies tutors and teachers are available in both face to face tuition and online tuition formats. They have a thorough knowledge of Stage 6 Engineering Studies syllabi and we have access to many tutors who are expert's tertiary Engineering Studies tuition. For all your Engineering Studies tuition requirements please contact us.

Our Engineering Studies tutors and teachers are able to assist students with all aspects of the Engineering Studies course, including, at stage 6 level; household appliances, engineering mechanics and hydraulics, mass and force scalar and vector quantities, engineering materials, classification of materials, properties of materials, physical and mechanical properties, structure of materials, atomic structure, bonding, metals, ferrous metals including mild steel, non-ferrous metals including, copper, brass and bronze, joining and cutting methods, polymers, thermoplastics, thermosets, ceramics, types used, engineering electricity/electronics, basic principles, potential difference, current, simple circuits and components, electrical safety, related Australian electrical standards, induction fundamental AC and DC circuits, electric motors, communication, freehand sketching, research methods including the Internet, CD-ROM and libraries, collaborative work practices, engineering report writing, historical and societal influences, the historical development of landscape products, the effect of engineering innovation on people's lives, environmental implications from the application of landscape products engineering mechanics and hydraulics, forces, nature and type of forces, addition of vectors, space and free body diagrams, resultants and equilibrants, transmissibility of forces, 3 force rule for equilibrium, moments of a force, force/couple systems, equilibrium of concurrent forces, simple mechanisms - inclined plane, lever, screws, wheel and axle, pulley, gears, engineering materials, modification of materials, work hardening, heat treatment, nature of composites, engineering applications of materials, recyclability of materials, implications for recycling, recyclable materials including steel, aluminum, brass, plastics and rubber, costs and benefits of recycling materials, communication, orthogonal drawings, Australian Standards AS1100, dimensioning, materials lists, introduction to computer assisted drawing (CAD), discuss the social implications of technological change in engineering as applied to landscape products, apply mathematical and/or graphical methods to solve problems related to landscape products investigate and interpret the concept of equilibrium in the mechanics of landscape products, examine and analyse the function of simple mechanisms conduct simple tests aimed at improving materials' properties through work hardening, heat treatment and composites, analyze the properties, uses and appropriateness of materials for landscape products, explain the benefits of recycling materials, produce orthogonal assembly drawings applying appropriate, Australian Standard (AS 1100), research methods including the Internet, CD-ROM and libraries, collaborative work practices, engineering Report writing. friction (without calculations), stress and strain, stress (tensile and compression), load/extension diagram, strain (tensile and compression), work, power, energy (without calculations), fluid mechanics, Pascal's and Archimedes' principles, hydrostatic pressure applications to braking systems, engineering materials, materials for braking systems, steels, cast irons, composites, manufacturing/forming, processes of composites, testing of materials, tensile and compression test, hardness test, communication, pictorial, orthogonal and detail drawings, graphical mechanics, graphical solutions to simple mechanical problems computer graphics, stress and strain, shear stress, engineering and working, stress, yield stress, proof stress, toughness, Young's modulus, Hooke's law, engineering applications, factor of safety, stress/strain diagram, truss analysis, method of joints, method of sections, bending stress induced by point loads only, concept of shear force and bending moment, shear force and bending moment diagrams, concept of neutral axis and outer fibre stress, bending stress calculation (second moment of area given), uniformly distributed loads, crack theory, crack formation and growth, failure due to cracking, repair and/or elimination of failure due to cracking, testing of materials, x-ray, specialized testing of engineering materials and/or systems, ceramics, structure and property relationship, applications, glass, cement, composites, timber, concrete (reinforced and prestressed), asphalt, laminates, geotextiles, corrosion, corrosive environments, dry corrosion, wet corrosion, stress corrosion, recyclability of materials. Please contact us if you have any query in relation to our Engineering Studies tuition.

Our Engineering Studies tutors and teachers are able to assist with courses in the following jurisdictions: ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC and WA. For online tuition purposes, the close parallels with course content across the country makes it possible for tutors to have a thorough working knowledge of all courses across Australia. Regardless, if students require a tutor located in their own state, this can be arranged. For face to face tuition purposes our educators will naturally be located in the jurisdiction of the client.

Our Engineering Studies tutors and teachers provide:

  • Online or face to face tuition and teaching
  • No lock in contracts
  • Stage 6 tuition in all jurisdictions: ACT (Year 12 Certificate), HSC (NSW), NTCE (NT), QCE (QLD), SACE (SA), TCE (TAS), VCE (VIC), WACE (WACE) or the international baccalaureate
  • Lectures and tuition with multiple participants
  • One to one lectures and tuition
  • Lectures upon student demand in a particular topic
  • Screened and qualified tutors
  • Exam preparation
  • Coursework assistance
  • Assignment help

Our strict employment criteria ensures that all Engineering Studies tutors and teachers comply with Working with Children Check legislation and that their qualifications and experience are in keeping with Teaching All Over's expectations.