Starting off on the right foot. Make your career happen; be at the forefront of NBN technology, data point installation and cable access with the certificate II in data and voice communications.
Climb the ladder to electrical management. Combine your current electrical skills, logical mind and leadership qualities with a career that will see you in high demand.
Light up your career as an electrical project manager. Use your current electrical knowledge to step into the world of electrical project management – work at management level on large industrial, commercial and domestic projects and climb your career ladder.
Plug in to a new career - put your sharp mind and technical skills to work with an introduction to the electronics industry.
Plug in to a new career - use your sharp mind and technical skills to kick-start your career in the booming electronics communications industry
Start your career as an electrician today. Be in a career that allows you to use your technical mind and hands. Become a sole trader or work for a contracting company with a career in the electrotechnology industry.
Light up your career as an electrician. Start your career off on the right foot as an apprentice electrician. Open your own business or work as a contractor for a large firm – you will always be in a position for employment.
Take control of your career. Upgrade your electrical skills or branch off into this diverse career path with certificate III in switchgear and controlgear.
Enhance your employment prospects - be a sought after in the changing telecommunications industry with your eye for detail and quick thinking mind.
Open your career options - be a sought after employee in the changing telecommunications industry with your eye for detail and quick thinking mind.
Open Registration permits all types of telecommunications and data cabling to be installed on the customer’s side of the network boundary in domestic, commercial and industrial premises, including multi-building campus environments.
This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to fulfil the regulatory requirements of the Wiring Rules AS/NZS 3000 with regard to structural lighting with confidence and practical experience.
First Rate 5 training for building thermal perfomance assessors is provided for those looking to become accredited raters using the second generation House Energy Rating Software (HERS) First Rate 5.
This course will enable participants to install and terminate coaxial cabling. The endorsement for coaxial cabling will provide the participant with the necessary skills, knowledge and competency to install, maintain, modify and certify structured cabling to the level required by the Telecommunications industry.
This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to gain certification in the Construction Wiring Standard. Participants must be registered electricians or apprentice electricians.
This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to meet the rapidly growing demand for energy efficient technology, products and installations.
Completion provides skills and knowledge to plan and design solar systems to be connected to the power grid. Requires prior learning/pre-requisites. Topics include technical standards, regulations and codes; electricity distributors and supply requirements; electrical metering arrangements; occupational Health and Safety principles; electrical safe working practices; and grid connected inverters. This course provides credit for the national unit of competency UEENEEK305C Grid Connect Design.
Designed to give qualified, licensed electricians the skills and knowledge to safely plan, configure and install alternative power sources to the power grid. Topics include occupational Health and Safety principles; electrical safe working practice; photovoltaic power systems and grid connected inverters.
Designed to prepare for the third component of the LEA–LEP assessment for electricians.
Designed to prepare students for the second component of the LEA–LET assessment for electricians. Topics include electrical safety; wiring rules and regulations; selection of cables; maximum demand; voltage drop; transformers; MEN system of earthing; electric motors and motor starters.
Designed to prepare students for obtaining an electrician’s licence. Combines three separate assessments towards obtaining the licence: Safe Working Practice (SWP); Licensed Electrician Theory (LET); and Licensed Electrician Practical (LEP).
The Licensed Electrical Assessment (LEA) - Licenced Electrician Practical (LEP) is a practical, 3-hour assessment testing your competency in wiring a meter box and switchboard; MEN system testing; identifying visual defects; and testing an installation.
The Licensed Electrical Assessment (LEA) - Licenced Electrician Theory (LET) is a two hour assessment which tests your broad knowledge as a Electrician including electrical safety; wiring rules and regulations; selection of cables; maximum demand; voltage drop; current overload and shortcircuit current; and MEN system of earthing.
Safe Working Practice (SWP) for Electricians is a 40 minute assessment which tests your ability to undertake safe working practices in the disconnection and reconnection of electrical equipment and its associated wiring from the mains supply.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout will increase the demand for greater skills/knowledge in this future growth area of Telecommunications. This course will develop and enhance the skills and knowlege effectively Install, Terminate, Fusion Splice and Test Optical Fibre Cable within Customer Premises.
This qualification is a mandatory requirement under State Legislation for unrestricted A grade electricians where an A grade electricians intends to work under their own auspices. The qualification is also mandatory for any person who wishes to own and trade in an Electrical contracting business. Successful completion of the national units of competency from this course will earn you credits towards attaining the Certificate IV in Electrical 21767VIC.
A 7-week course designed to allow technicians, maintenance people and plumbers to disconnect and reconnect equipment for maintenance purposes.
In order to undertake this program, participants must be a fully qualified electrician, electrical or electronics engineer or have completed the basic electrical prerequisites of the Certificate III in Renewable Energy as required by the Clean Energy Council for accreditation. This program will teach participants how to install and design standalone power systems using renewable energy sources to charge batteries and inverters to supply 230V AC power to appliances, thus eliminating the need for a grid power connection.
This course will enable the participant to plan, install and certify a structured cabling installation, including Category 5A, 6 and 7. The endorsement for structured cabling will provide the participant with the necessary skills, knowledge and competency to install, maintain, modify and certify structured cabling to the level required by the telecommunication industry.
Teaches techniques for making portable electrical appliances and extension leads safe. Provides skills for in-service inspection and testing, plus cost-effective approaches to safety without excessive equipment downtime or jeopardising personnel safety.
This short course is for people who want to work as traffic controllers on public roads and other designated traffic management areas. This course allows operators to work safely setting up traffic control equipment and directing traffic around work areas. At the end of the course the participants will have the knowledge and skills required safely control traffic with a stop/slow bat in accordance with VicRoads requirements.