Certificate IV In Engineering [Electrical Instrumentation]
Applied Engineering - Mechanical ＆ Electrical/Electronic
Course code: WA97
National ID: MEM40105
About this Course
The Certificate IV in Engineering specifies the competencies required for employment as a Higher Engineering Tradesperson or a Special Class Engineering Tradesperson - Level II in mechanical, electrical/electronic or fabrication trade disciplines. The job role involves application of additional skills in the learner's trade or cross skills from other trades. Job roles may include the design, assembly, manufacture, installation, modification, testing, fault finding, commissioning, maintenance and service of equipment and machinery, the fabrication of structures and assemblies, manufacture of sheet metal work, as well as use of relevant
machinery, equipment and joining techniques. Machinery and equipment can include fluid power systems, stationary and mobile equipment, instruments, refrigeration, and the use of computer controlled machine tools. This course is only available as an Apprenticeship.
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- Study Plan
||Electrical Systems Safety - Monitoring Competency Development|
||Electrical Systems Safety|
||Organise And Communicate Information|
||Interact With Computing Technology|
||Perform Engineering Measurements|
||Apply Principles Of Occupational Health And Safety In The Work Environment|
||Perform Emergency First Aid|
||Apply Quality Procedures|
||Apply Quality Systems|
||Work With Others In A Manufacturing, Engineering Or Related Environment|
||Use Hand Tools|
||Use Power Tools/Hand Held Operations|
||Participate In Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices|
||Interpret Technical Drawing|
||Terminate And Connect Electrical Wiring|
||Perform Electrical/Electronic Measurement|
||Perform Precision Electrical/Electronic Measurement|
||Plan To Undertake A Routine Task|
||Plan A Complete Activity|
||Perform Routine Manual Metal Arc Welding|
||Fault Find/Repair Electrical Equipment/Components Up To 1000 Volts A.C./1500 Volts D.C.|
||Dismantle, Replace And Assemble Engineering Components|
||Maintain Instrumentation System Components|
||Disconnect/Reconnect Fixed Wired Equipment Up To 1000 Volts A.C./1500 Volts D.C.|
||Use Workshop Machines For Basic Operations|
||Install And Test Electrical Wiring And Circuits Up To 1000 Volts A.C. And 1500 Volts D.C.|
||Enter And Change Programmable Controller Operational Parameters|
||Commission Programmable Controller Programs|
||Fault Find, Test And Calibrate Instrumentation Systems And Equipment|
||Terminate And Connect Specialist Cables|
||Assist In The Provision Of On The Job Training|
||Shut Down And Isolate Machines/Equipment|
||Fault Find And Repair/Rectify Basic Electrical Circuits|
||Install, Maintain And Calibrate Instrumentation Sensors, Transmitters And Final Control Elements|
||Fault Find And Repair/Rectify Complex Electrical Circuits|
||Maintain, Repair Control Instrumentation - Single And Multiple Loop Control Systems|
||Tune Control Loops - Multi Controller Or Multi Element Systems|
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Indicative Tuition Fees in 2016.
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