This course will give you the skills and knowledge to work under supervision as an electrician. You will learn to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment. You will learn to use electrical drawings, diagrams, schedules and manuals, to lay wiring, find and repair faults in circuits, check the safety of electronic equipment and circuitry. You can also choose from a range of electives such as customer advice and service or preparing quotes and invoices. This course meets the requirements for an Electrician’s License from the Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC), and some of the requirements for a Qualified Supervisor’s Certificate – Electrician from the NSW Office of Fair Trading. This course does not allow you to work unsupervised or to supervise others. This course replaces Course No 17751.
-Miller College offers the following elective streams: Data, Control/Security/PLC and Lifts
-Chullora College offers the following elective streams: Data, Control/PLC
-Granville College offers the following elective streams: Data, Control
On 25/06/2014 , between 10:00 am and 6.00 pm , F1.16, Level 1, Building F
8 hpw 3 yrs
Course start date
14/07/2014 - 28/11/2014
You must attend Miller College on Wednesday 25 June 2014 between the hours of 10.00 am and 6.00 pm to finalise your enrolment and to be placed in a class. Please come to room F.1.16, Level 1, Building F, and bring your apprenticeship documentation with you to assist in placement. Click here to apply
Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
TAFE NSW recognises the skills and knowledge you have gained in other courses, life
experience, work or training provided at work as 'prior learning'. You may
be able to have your prior learning recognised and credited against a course of
study. For more information please contact the teaching section offering your course.
This Institute provides Counselling and Careers support which may increase your
chances of success in this course. Other support services include Consultants for
people with disabilities, Child Care (at some Colleges), Learner Support, Student
Association, Library and the Aboriginal Education Unit.
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