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Objectives:
The Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology) will equip you with comprehensive skills and knowledge to work in the computer and information technology industries. The course incorporates theoretical, practical and hands-on education and training in the areas of computer applications, computer hardware and operating systems installation and configuration and support. Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology) graduates will be equipped for employment in a technical support role assembling computers, conducting computer maintenance and installing system software.
Entry Requirements:
You will need to complete a Direct Entry Application Form. There are no specific entry requirements for Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology). However, your reading and writing skills and general maths concepts should be equivalent to a Year 10 qualification. You may also be required to attend an information session and the above skill requirements may be assessed. * If you cannot read, write documents and complete maths work to the level required you may be accepted to study Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology), but you may be enrolled in additional subjects to help you build the skills required to complete the course.
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Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology)
Course Description:
Modules / Units of Competency
There are a number of Modules / Units of Competency that form the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology). The Modules / Units of Competency and hours listed below are included in the current Gordon course structure and are subject to change.
 
Title     Approx. Hours

Identify and Select Components/Accessories/Materials for Electrotech Work Activities     80
Apply Technologies and Concepts to Electrotech Work Activities     100
Carry Out a Shared Technology Project     60

Computer System Networks:
Provide Network Systems Administration     40
Install, Maintain and Modify Customer Premises Communications Cabling - ACA Restricted Rule     60
Perform Basic Network and Computer Assembly     30
Perform Basic Network and Computer Maintenance     30
Install and Configure Basic Network and Computer Operating System     40
Install and Test a Home Entertainment System     30

Wireless Communications:     
Build a Small Wireless LAN     30
Install and Test a Wireless Intercom System     30
Conduct Site Survey for a Wireless Network     30
Set Up and Operate a Wireless Communications Link     30
Install Communications Antennae     30

Energy Generation:
Operate a Small Power Supply System     30
Assemble and Connect an Extra Low Voltage Battery Power Source     30
Maintain Rechargeable Battery Systems     30
Identify and Locate Building Blocks of a Centralised Power Generation System     30
Set Up an Extra Low Voltage Emergency Power Supply System (Not Exceeding 32V)     30
Install a Sustainable Extra Low Voltage Energy Power System     30

Robotics and Embedded Controllers:
Set Up and Test an Embedded Control System     30
Test and Verify Correct Operation of a “By-Wire” Control System     30
Implement a Digital Circuit Using a Programmable Logic Device (PLD)     30
Construct and Configure a Basic Robotic System     30
Program a Basic Robotic System     30

Photonics:
Place, Secure and Terminate Optical Fibre Cable     30
Plan and Build a System Using Photonic Equipment     30
Use Photonic Equipment in Engineering Technology     30
Use Photonic Equipment in Communications Technology     30
 
Duration
The Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology) is a full-time six month course*. Student intakes are generally in July and students can expect approximately 24 hours of classroom attendance per week.

* Selected units may be available on a part time basis. To check availability please contact Course Information.

Selection Criteria
Students who meet the above entry requirements will be accepted to study Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology) in date order of their application.

Pathways
Links and options exist between various levels of study. Accredited pathways exist enabling students to move between courses within the Gordon and to other higher education institutions.

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Shared Technology)

    * Technical support officer

        
Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering
        
Bachelor of Computing
 
Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be given for skills and knowledge gained through previous study or other relevant experience. For further information refer to the RPL brochure that can be found under Downloads & Forms.
 
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