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About this course
Are you already studying an electrical apprenticeship and thinking of ways you can specialise in a certain area? Why not consider specialising in electrotechnology?
Designed to formally teach you the practical and theoretical components required to complement your work as an indentured electrical apprentice, this course will give you the skills to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in building and premises.
Taught one day a week for the duration of your electrical apprenticeship, the course is a dynamic option designed to be as flexible as possible to fit into your everyday life and current workload as an apprentice electrician.
You’ll be trained in theoretical, practical and online resources, and at the end of the course, you’ll be in even higher demand thanks to your specialised qualifications. This might mean studying a Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation or a Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control. Both of these qualifications will add to your skillset and improve your employment opportunities in the future, and we’ll be here to help you make those decisions when the time comes.
Please note, you need to be indentured as an apprentice electrician with a valid contract of training and registered on EPSILON to enrol in this course.
When you successfully this course, you’ll be nationally recognised in the field, leading you towards a career as an electrical tradesperson or a general electrician. You’ll also be able to work and earn, with the possibility of taking your studies and career even further.
Opportunities for Further Study
Certificate IV in Electrical - Instrumentation
Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control
Skills or Knowledge gained
You will learn to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical wiring, systems and equipment in many environments. Plug yourself in for this exciting course that includes ERAC requirements for an ‘Electrician’s License’.
Are there specified requirements for entry into the course/qualification?: No
Mandatory entry requirements:
Must be indentured as an apprentice electrician with a valid contract of training
and registered on EPSILON
Minimum Industry Requirement
Will this course/qualification or a constituent unit provide a pathway to an industry licence or regulated outcome: true
A Class Electrical License
Qualifications and Recognition - 2024
Upon successful completion of this course students will be eligible to receive the Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician.
Work Placement - 2024
Does this course require placement?: No
Further Information - 2024
|Fees and charges||Government subsidised concession||Government subsidised||Full-fee paying student|
|Maximum full course tuition fee* (GST exempt)||$1,064.70||$5,323.50||$21,118.50|
|Materials fee* (GST exempt)||$754.00||$754.00||$754.00|
The assessment for each course varies. It may include knowledge questions, practical skills tasks, projects, research work, on the job assessment, etc. Your assessor or educator will provide specific information on the requirements for your course.
You can expect that:
- assessment methods are clear
- assessment tasks are relevant and meet the requirements of your course
- assessor or educator demonstrate fairness and lack of bias when assessing your work
- educators will provide open and honest feedback about assessment tasks.