Certificate II In Electrotechnology - Pre-Vocational

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  • Objectives
    This prevocational electrical course is designed to provide an introduction for those interested in working in the electrical/electronics industries. Learn the basics of electrical theory and maths, and gain practical skills to make your more employable in the fast-growing electrical, security systems, refrigeration or airconditioning trades.
  • Entry requirements
    Year 10 (or equivalent) mathematics. Adequate literacy skills. Other Entry Requirements Students are selected through an interview process, which includes a numeracy and literacy assessment.
  • Academic title
    Certificate II In Electrotechnology - Pre-Vocational
  • Course description
    Key Study Areas 

     *  Electrical concepts and applications
        * Parts and component selection
        * Drawings and diagrams for electrical work
        * Introduction to the electrical trades
        * Basic electricity theory
        * Elecro technology engineering practices
        * Maths skills
        * Workshop practices
        * Communication skills
        * Work placement
        * OH&S

    • Bendigo (City Campus)

    Selection Process    
    • Individual Interview
    • Closed Book Test

    Employment Opportunities    
    Successful students may be able to find employment as a systems electrician, instrument mechanic, electronics tradesperson or lineworker, as well as in electrical fitting and assembly, refrigeration and air-conditioning services, data cabling installation and meter mechanics

    Further Study Options   
    All Electrotechnology Qualifications from the National Training Package contain pathways through to the Diploma Level.

    Assessment     You will be assessed as part of this course.

    Typical Course Content     (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)

    MEM12024A         Perform computations
    UEENEEC001B     Maintain Documentation
    UEENEED001B     Use Basic Computer Applications Relevant To A Workplace
    UEENEED002B     Assemble, Set Up And Test Personal Computers
    UEENEEE002B     Dismantle, Assemble And Fabricate Electrotechnology Components
    UEENEEE003B     Solve Problems In Extra-low Voltage Single Path Circuits
    UEENEEE004B     Solve Problems In Multiple Path D.C. Circuits
    UEENEEE005B     Fix And Secure Equipment
    UEENEEE007B     Use Drawings, Diagrams, Schedules And Manuals
    UEENEEE022B     Carry Out Preparatory Electrotechnology Work Activities
    UEENEEE033B     Document Occupational Hazards And Risks In Electrical
    UEENEEE040B     Identify And Select Components/Accessories/Materials For Electrotechnology

    Work Activities
    UEENEEE042B     Produce Routine Products For Carrying Out Electrotechnology Work Activities
    UEENEEK012B     Provide Basic Sustainable Energy Solutions For Energy Reduction In Domestic Premises
    UEENEEP002B     Attach Cords And Plugs To Electrical Equipment For Connection To A Single Phase 250 Volt Supply
    UEENEEP008B     Conduct In-service Safety Testing Of Electrical Cord Assemblies And Cord Connected Equipment

    Recognition of Prior Learning    
    Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.

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