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The UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics is a nationally recognised qualification that prepares you for a career in electrotechnology work within the energy and utilities sector. Starting with the fundamentals of electrical safety, environmental regulations, and on-the-job safety protocols, you will learn how to fabricate and assemble electronic components, solve problems in DC circuits, and repair a range of electronics equipment. Depending on your actual job role and career aspirations, there is also scope to gain skills in administration, customer service, inventory control, and purchasing — as well as advanced technical skills. Enquire now for the full list of study units, graduation outcomes, and upcoming enrolment dates.
If you’re passionate about sustainability and looking for a career in the electrical trade the Certificate II in Sustainable Energy (Career Start) (UEE22111) could be perfect for you. This nationally recognised qualification teaches you how to apply environmentally sound (and sustainable) procedures in the energy sector. Graduate with the skills to help home owners reduce their energy consumption and to promote sustainable energy in the community. Enquire now to discuss your study options.
A Certificate II in Electrotechnology will introduce you to the practical skills you’ll need in the electrical industry. Whether you’re planning to work as an electrician, an electrical fitter, an air conditioning and refrigeration mechanic or an electrical engineering technician, this course will prepare to take on an apprenticeship or traineeship in these fields. This course provides basic electrical theory and practical skills with current industry practices.
The Certificate II in Electrotechnology covers a range of topics relevant to electrical job roles. Course delivery will vary depending on your provider, but you might cover topics including fixing and securing electrotechnology equipment, solving problems in ELV single path circuits and carrying out basic network cabling for ELV equipment and devices. Enquire now for a full list of study units, entry requirements and start dates.
Learn how to repair and rewind electric motors with the UEE30611 Certificate III in Electrical Machine Repair. The skills you’ll gain in this nationally recognised qualification can be applied to a wide range of industries including production machinery, manufacturing plant, refrigeration systems, instrumentation, and telecommunications equipment. The course covers: developing skills and competencies in electrical machine repair work, on-the-job safety, problem solving and diagnostic testing in AC and DC circuits, working from drawings and diagrams, single and three phase machines, working with electromagnetic devices, winding electrical coils, safely disconnecting and reconnecting motors, and much more. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements, career outcomes, and upcoming enrolment dates.
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