Key Study Areas
This course teaches you the fundamentals of electricity as well as the legal requirements and knowledge relating to safe working practices in the electrical industry. You will also learn about tools essential to the trade, and how to safely carry out your responsibilities to maintain and install electrical equipment and wiring.
• Bendigo (City Campus)
• Echuca Campus
The schooling component of this course is broken up into four years part time. For the first three years you are required to attend off-the-job training for a total of eight weeks, and in the forth year you are required to attend 1 week.
The on-the-job component is assessed over the four years by the work performance section of the competencies.
• No Selection Process Required
This qualification can be used in the following areas:
* Energy supply
* Fire protection installation
* Servicing (marinetime)
* Installation (mining)
* Plant servicing
* Process security
* Signalling (rail)
Further Study Options
Successful completion of this course can lead to further study at Certificate IV level.
You will be assessed as part of this course.
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
UTENES002A Attend to breakdown
UTENES009A Participate in the training of others
UTENES105GA Install And Terminate Wiring Systems (Cabling/Wiring Support And Protection)
UTENES105HA Install And Terminate Wiring Systems (Network Communications)
UTENES105JA Install And Terminate Wiring Systems (Power And Control - Low Voltage)
UTENES106BA Install Electrical/Electronic Apparatus (Electrical)
UTENES206BA Maintain & Repair Apparatus & Circuits (Electrical)
UTENES301BA Undertake commissioning of apparatus & circuits (Electrical)
UTENES402BA Test Apparatus And Circuits (Electrical)
UTENES501BA Diagnose And Rectify Faults In Apparatus & Circuits (Electrical)
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.