Short Courses

Electrical

Electrician

Our electrical short courses are the ideal way to improve your electrical knowledge.

Looking for the Licensed Electrical Assessment (LEA) courses? Find them here

You can gain additional skills and knowledge from our range of Electrical short courses and charge your career.

Study topics include:

  • Disconnect/reconnect registration
  • Testing and Tagging equipment
  • Open Cabling Registration (ACMA Cabling)
  • Optical fibre cabling
  • Coaxial and Structure Fibre Endorsement
Short Courses
Grid Connect Install for Qualified Electricians
Melbourne Polytechnic’s Grid Connect Install short course is designed to give qualified, licensed electricians the skills and knowledge necessary to safely plan, configure and install alternative power sources to the power grid.

Grid Connect Design
Melbourne Polytechnic’s Grid Connect Design short course will provide you with the requisite skills and knowledge to plan and design solar energy systems that can be connected to the power grid.

Stand Alone Power Supply Systems (SPS)
In order to undertake the Melbourne Polytechnic Stand Alone Power Supply Systems (SPS) short course, participants must be fully qualified electricians, electrical or electronics engineers or have completed the basic electrical prerequisites of the Certificate III in Renewable Energy as required by the Clean Energy Council for accreditation.

Testing and Tagging of Portable Electrical Appliances
Are your portable electrical appliances and extension leads safe? If you need to be able to correctly test and tag portable electrical equipment, Melbourne Polytechnic’s Testing and Tagging course covers the principle requirements specified in Australian Standard AS/NZS 3760:2010 and AS/NZS 3012.

Registered Electrical Contractor (REC)
Melbourne Polytechnic is offering the Registered Electrical Contractor (REC) short course, for participants wishing to be registered as an Electrical Contractor.



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