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18 weeks part time
The electrotechnology industry is experiencing job growth, particularly in the construction, building and maintenance fields, providing plenty of opportunities for qualified electricians. This course provides you with the framework to start your electrical apprenticeship.
In particular, this electrotechnology course provides training in basic electrical theory, electrical workshop practices, wiring and basic installation skills, the use of hand and power tools and an overview of the electrotechnology industry, and the range of occupations within.
Let Melbourne Polytechnic’s qualified and trade-experienced teachers guide you through your pre-apprenticeship studies. You will have access to the latest industry technology and learn trade terminology and techniques as you study a Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Pre-vocational) 22499VIC.
Our excellent facilities include an industry standard fabrication workshop, wiring workshop and PC and electrical laboratories. You will learn thorough Energyspace®, an online Learning Management System, for all of our content delivery and assessment requirements.
Our teachers focus on your progress throughout the course, providing quality personal attention to ensure that you are industry ready.
This course is aligned with the general electrical contracting industry in association with apprentice employers, and is recognised by state and national training boards.
This pre-vocational course is mainly aimed at school leavers or new entrants into the workforce. It provides the opportunity for those wishing to gain employment in the electrotechnology industry with the required prerequisite knowledge to gain access to a wide range of apprenticeships offered within the industry.
You will be assessed through written and oral questioning, observation of practical tasks and project work.
With a Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Pre-vocational) 22499VIC comes a luxury of opportunities for qualified electricians, particularly in the construction, building and maintenance fields. These areas lead to an exciting career in the electrical trades as an electrician, electrical fitter, electrical machine repairer, renewable energy installer, refrigeration mechanic and instrument technician. You can also pursue further studies with a Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician.
Each course has a dedicated learning method that is designed to let you thrive in your studies.
Interactive learning in a face-to-face environment. Classes will be held at a Melbourne Polytechnic campus or partner institute. Visit the How You'll Study page for more information.
Part time: 18 weeks, three days per week
The hours displayed are nominal, actual classroom hours delivered may differ. Please contact us for the latest student contact hours information.
|CPCCWHS1001||Prepare to work safely in the construction industry||Core||6|
|HLTAID003||Provide first aid||Core||18|
|UEENEEE101A||Apply occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace||Core||20|
|UEENEEE102A||Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components||Core||40|
|UEENEEE103A||Solve problems in ELV single path circuits||Core||40|
|UEENEEE105A||Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment||Core||20|
|UEENEEE141A||Use of routine equipment plant technologies in an energy sector environment||Elective||60|
|UEENEEJ104A||Establish the basic operating conditions of air conditioning systems||Core||20|
|UEENEEP024A||Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 volt supply||Elective||20|
|VU21544||Install a sustainable extra low voltage energy power system||Core||30|
|VU22333||Perform intermediate engineering computations||Core||40|
|VU22670||Provide an overview of the electrotechnology industry||Core||30|
|VU22671||Use test instruments in the electrotechnology industry||Core||20|
|VU22672||Carry out basic electrotechnology project||Core||40|
|VU22673||Carry out basic network cabling for extra low voltage (ELV) equipment and devices||Core||30|
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|Free TAFE||Concession||Government subsidised fee||Non-subsidised fee|
|Maximum annual amenities||$250||$175||$250||$250|
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This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Contact us to find out if you’re eligible for a Government subsidy.
Melbourne Polytechnic offers a range of payment options to help you pay your tuition fees, so you can get on with your studies.
Fees displayed are effective for new applications received on or after 1 November 2021. Tuition fees do not include textbooks, course materials or overseas student health insurance and visa fees.
After initial deposit, international students are able to pay tuition fees in installments, four times per year.
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Nationally Recognised Training This course is government accredited and has national recognition.
Local student means; you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident, a New Zealand citizen or a permanent humanitarian visa holder.