Certificate II In Electrotechnology (Career Start) [Electrotechnology Pre-Apprenticeship]
Course code: AA41
National ID: UEE22011
About this Course
This entry level qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to work safely in an electrotechnology environment, solve problems in multiple d.c. circuits and extra low voltage single path circuits. You will learn skills that will enable you to identify the required components/materials and use routine equipment, plant or technology.
This qualification will provide the practical skills and knowledge to install, operate, and maintain electrical and communications equipment and systems in electrical generation for domestic, business and industrial markets.
You will learn skills that enable you to use tools, take electrical/ electronic measurements, interpret technical drawings, and solder materials. You will also learn about maths, safety in the workplace and quality control procedures. You will practice the skills you have learned in a workshop environment and undertake a supervised work placement.
Completion of this qualification covers part of the first year of apprentice training in this trade. This qualification aims to provide you with the initial skills and knowledge that prospective employers are looking for, and enhances apprenticeship opportunities.
Pre-apprentice graduates need to be indentured by an employer before they can progress to apprentice training. However, pre-apprentice course graduates have an improved chance of gaining an electrical apprenticeship, as they will have already developed some essential skills in the electrical trade area.
Note: Competitive entry. Colour vision clearance is also required.
This qualification is run at South Metropolitan TAFE over a 15 week period, where there are two courses running each semester (6 month time period).
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- Study Plan
5 Work Practice Coordination Modules
||Module 1 (Placement Arranged)|
||Module 2 (Commenced)|
||Module 3 (Mid-Point)|
||Module 4 (Completed)|
||Apply Occupational Health And Safety Regulations, Codes And Practices In The Workplace|
||Fabricate, Assemble And Dismantle Utilities Industry Components|
||Solve Problems In D.C. Circuits|
||Work Safely In The Construction Industry|
||Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation|
||Fix And Secure Electrotechnology Equipment|
||Use Computer Applications Relevant To A Workplace|
||Identify And Select Components, Accessories And Materials For Energy Sector Work Activities|
||Carry Out Routine Work Activities In An Energy Sector Environment|
||Apply Environmentally And Sustainable Procedures In The Energy Sector|
||Attach Cords And Plugs To Electrical Equipment For Connection To A Single Phase 230 Volt Supply|
||Select Electronic Components For Assembly|
||Use Of Routine Equipment/Plant/Technologies In An Energy Sector Environment|
These fees are estimates only for students enrolling in government funded courses in 2016 on a full time basis.
The indicative fees for a course may differ between training providers due to the units they have included in the course outline. These differences generally result from adapting courses to meet local industry needs. The actual cost of a course will also vary if different electives are chosen by the student.
Nominal hours are not hours of training or instruction. They are used to determine course fees and subsidy levels to reflect the cost to deliver quality training.
Fees have been quoted on the basis of 2016 fee rates only. These are expected to change in 2017. Other charges may apply.
Indicative Tuition Fees in 2016.
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For entry into for some courses you may need an existing lower-level qualification. For other courses, you may need to demonstrate that you meet a certain level of communication and maths skills.
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