UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical

National ID
UEE62111
WA Course Code
A175
CRICOS code
077193E
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Why choose this course?

Take your electrical engineering career to the next level with this qualification. This two-year course will fulfil your interest in electrical systems and infrastructure and will give you the skills to enter this exciting industry.

This course covers a range of capabilities such as electronic design, Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programming, motor control, sustainable practices, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and low voltage installations. You will also learn how to diagnose faults and malfunctions in electrical systems and have the knowledge to provide solutions to these problems.

Part of this course includes planning and writing specifications and developing your skills in order to manage large electrical projects including associated risks that can arise. When you finish this course, you will have the ability to work in this industry and be responsible for electrical and control support including administering and upgrading infrastructure.

A unique prototype facility on campus has been developed, which is based on an international model to support training in both emerging and current technologies and advanced automated manufacturing.

This facility allows the delivery of this course to be simulated towards a manufacturing and production outcome, improving levels of productivity in design and manufacture. The on campus computer-aided design (CAD) laboratories also reflect the technology and configuration found in an industrial setting.

On completion of this course you will have a solid foundation to advance your career or continue your studies at university level.

This course is superseded. You can still enrol in this course, and you will be contacted if you need to transition into the next version when it is available.

Career opportunities

  • Electrical Technology Advisors
  • Engineering Techician
  • Senior Technical Officer

  • An IELTS score (academic) of 5.5 with no band score less than 5.0 or equivalent.

  • Equivalent to Australian Year 12 with a pass in Year 11 Maths is required for entry into this course.

  • OR Completion of MEM30505 Certificate III in Engineering - Technical is required for entry into this course.

Please refer to the Non-Tuition Fees section of your Letter of Offer for any additional requirements where a cost may be incurred.

Your study options

Semester 2, 2023

At this campus
South Metropolitan TAFE has developed a unique PROTOTYPE facility (located at Munster Campus) based on an established international model to support training in both emerging and current technologies for advanced automated manufacturing. The PROTOTYPE facility allows us to contextualize the delivery towards a manufacturing and production outcome, improving levels of productivity in design and manufacture. South Metropolitan TAFE has also developed Computer Aided Design labs reflective of the technology and configuration found in an industrial setting.
Duration | 4 semesters
When | Semester 2, 2023
Where | South Metropolitan TAFE (52787)
How | On campus, to a minimum of 20 contact hours per week
Fees (total indicative for course)
  • Tuition fee: $30,800
  • Resources fee: $1,632
  • Materials fee: $2,040

Tuition fees are reviewed annually. If tuition fees are increased, you will be required to pay the new fees as they are introduced. You will be provided with an indicative schedule of fees in your Letter of Offer.

Resource fees are for consumables you use in your course e.g. paint, internet etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment. If your course goes longer than one semester, the resource fee may not need to be paid in one amount but may be spaced out over the duration of your course. Your college will advise you of the payment amount each semester.

Material fees are for items that remain your property after the course has been completed e.g. personal protective equipment, tools, text books etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment.

Work placement

There is no work placement requirement for this course.

Year 12
UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical - A175
4 semesters

To achieve this qualification, students must demonstrate competency in 41 units. These 41 are comprised of 28 core units and 13 elective units. Elective units listed below have been selected in consultation with industry.

Students who enrol into this qualification will be eligible for credit transfer of the units that they have already achieved. Fees paid by international students are set on a commercial basis and are paid as a whole of course fee - no refund will apply to credit transfers. Please refer to your letter of Offer for detailed duration and costings for your enrolment.

Core units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEED104A Use engineering applications software on personal computers
  • UEENEEE011C Manage risk in electrotechnology activities
  • UEENEEE015B Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEEE071B Write specifications for electrical engineering projects
  • UEENEEE080A Apply industry and community standards to engineering activities
  • UEENEEE081A Apply material science to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE082A Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE083A Establish and follow a competency development plan in an electrotechnology engineering discipline
  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEENEEE102A Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components
  • UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • UEENEEE107A Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications
  • UEENEEE117A Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures
  • UEENEEE124A Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report
  • UEENEEE125A Provide engineering solutions for problems in complex multiple path circuits
  • UEENEEE126A Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems
  • UEENEEE137A Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work
  • UEENEEG006A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines
  • UEENEEG033A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits
  • UEENEEG063A Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG101A Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits
  • UEENEEG102A Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits
  • UEENEEG106A Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits
  • UEENEEG107A Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG149A Provide engineering solutions to problems in complex polyphase power circuits
  • UEENEEG169A Manage large electrical projects
  • UEENEEG170A Plan large electrical projects
  • UEENEEK132A Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector
Elective units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEEC005B Estimate electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEED101A Use computer applications relevant to a workplace
  • UEENEEE105A Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment
  • UEENEEE123A Solve basic problems electronic and digital equipment and circuits
  • UEENEEE127A Use advanced computational processes to provide solutions to energy sector engineering problems
  • UEENEEE129A Solve electrotechnical engineering problems
  • UEENEEE190A Prepare engineering drawings using manual drafting and CAD for electrotechnology / utilities
  • UEENEEG143A Develop engineering solution for synchronous machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG144A Develop engineering solutions for d.c. machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG145A Develop engineering solutions for induction machine and control problems
  • UEENEEI150A Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers
  • UEENEEI151A Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers
  • UEENEEI152A Develop, enter and verify programs in supervisory control and data acquisition systems

Assessment methods

The methods of assessment used in this course include written tests, oral questions, direct observation of practical activities including role play and structured assessment activities such as projects, assignments, evidence portfolios and computer simulation.

These assessment strategies and evidence gathering are in accordance with the relevant training package or accreditation guidelines.  Detailed Information is available in the assessment matrix, learning plans and assessment tools for each of the units of competency.  Assessors use this matrix to ensure assessments, are undertaken across the duration of the course, rather than clustered together at particular times.

Learning resources, facilities and equipment

The following learning resources, facilities and equipment are available at each campus so that you can achieve the skill and knowledge requirements of this course.

Learning resources may include access to Blackboard, workbooks, learning guides and handouts.

Facilities and equipment may include access to general learning areas, specialist training rooms and laboratories, specialised software (MS Office, Multisim) LabVolt electrical machines, laboratory equipment including DC power supply, Oscilloscopes, function generators and mustimeters, hand soldering equipment, hand and power tools, LabVolt AC & DC machines, amplifiers, power supplies and three phase power systems.

Key dates

Semester and holiday dates are included in your Letter of Offer. View upcoming semester start and end dates.

Semester 1, 2024

At this campus
South Metropolitan TAFE has developed a unique PROTOTYPE facility (located at Munster Campus) based on an established international model to support training in both emerging and current technologies for advanced automated manufacturing. The PROTOTYPE facility allows us to contextualize the delivery towards a manufacturing and production outcome, improving levels of productivity in design and manufacture. South Metropolitan TAFE has also developed Computer Aided Design labs reflective of the technology and configuration found in an industrial setting.
Duration | 4 semesters
When | Semester 1, 2024
Where | South Metropolitan TAFE (52787)
How | On campus, to a minimum of 20 contact hours per week
Fees (total indicative for course)
  • Tuition fee: $30,800
  • Resources fee: $1,632
  • Materials fee: $2,040

Tuition fees are reviewed annually. If tuition fees are increased, you will be required to pay the new fees as they are introduced. You will be provided with an indicative schedule of fees in your Letter of Offer.

Resource fees are for consumables you use in your course e.g. paint, internet etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment. If your course goes longer than one semester, the resource fee may not need to be paid in one amount but may be spaced out over the duration of your course. Your college will advise you of the payment amount each semester.

Material fees are for items that remain your property after the course has been completed e.g. personal protective equipment, tools, text books etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment.

Work placement

There is no work placement requirement for this course.

Year 12
UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical - A175
4 semesters

To achieve this qualification, students must demonstrate competency in 41 units. These 41 are comprised of 28 core units and 13 elective units. Elective units listed below have been selected in consultation with industry.

Students who enrol into this qualification will be eligible for credit transfer of the units that they have already achieved. Fees paid by international students are set on a commercial basis and are paid as a whole of course fee - no refund will apply to credit transfers. Please refer to your letter of Offer for detailed duration and costings for your enrolment.

Core units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEED104A Use engineering applications software on personal computers
  • UEENEEE011C Manage risk in electrotechnology activities
  • UEENEEE015B Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEEE071B Write specifications for electrical engineering projects
  • UEENEEE080A Apply industry and community standards to engineering activities
  • UEENEEE081A Apply material science to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE082A Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE083A Establish and follow a competency development plan in an electrotechnology engineering discipline
  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEENEEE102A Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components
  • UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • UEENEEE107A Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications
  • UEENEEE117A Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures
  • UEENEEE124A Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report
  • UEENEEE125A Provide engineering solutions for problems in complex multiple path circuits
  • UEENEEE126A Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems
  • UEENEEE137A Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work
  • UEENEEG006A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines
  • UEENEEG033A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits
  • UEENEEG063A Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG101A Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits
  • UEENEEG102A Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits
  • UEENEEG106A Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits
  • UEENEEG107A Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG149A Provide engineering solutions to problems in complex polyphase power circuits
  • UEENEEG169A Manage large electrical projects
  • UEENEEG170A Plan large electrical projects
  • UEENEEK132A Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector
Elective units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEEC005B Estimate electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEED101A Use computer applications relevant to a workplace
  • UEENEEE105A Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment
  • UEENEEE123A Solve basic problems electronic and digital equipment and circuits
  • UEENEEE127A Use advanced computational processes to provide solutions to energy sector engineering problems
  • UEENEEE129A Solve electrotechnical engineering problems
  • UEENEEE190A Prepare engineering drawings using manual drafting and CAD for electrotechnology / utilities
  • UEENEEG143A Develop engineering solution for synchronous machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG144A Develop engineering solutions for d.c. machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG145A Develop engineering solutions for induction machine and control problems
  • UEENEEI150A Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers
  • UEENEEI151A Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers
  • UEENEEI152A Develop, enter and verify programs in supervisory control and data acquisition systems

Assessment methods

The methods of assessment used in this course include written tests, oral questions, direct observation of practical activities including role play and structured assessment activities such as projects, assignments, evidence portfolios and computer simulation.

These assessment strategies and evidence gathering are in accordance with the relevant training package or accreditation guidelines.  Detailed Information is available in the assessment matrix, learning plans and assessment tools for each of the units of competency.  Assessors use this matrix to ensure assessments, are undertaken across the duration of the course, rather than clustered together at particular times.

Learning resources, facilities and equipment

The following learning resources, facilities and equipment are available at each campus so that you can achieve the skill and knowledge requirements of this course.

Learning resources may include access to Blackboard, workbooks, learning guides and handouts.

Facilities and equipment may include access to general learning areas, specialist training rooms and laboratories, specialised software (MS Office, Multisim) LabVolt electrical machines, laboratory equipment including DC power supply, Oscilloscopes, function generators and mustimeters, hand soldering equipment, hand and power tools, LabVolt AC & DC machines, amplifiers, power supplies and three phase power systems.

Key dates

Semester and holiday dates are included in your Letter of Offer. View upcoming semester start and end dates.

Semester 2, 2024

At this campus
South Metropolitan TAFE has developed a unique PROTOTYPE facility (located at Munster Campus) based on an established international model to support training in both emerging and current technologies for advanced automated manufacturing. The PROTOTYPE facility allows us to contextualize the delivery towards a manufacturing and production outcome, improving levels of productivity in design and manufacture. South Metropolitan TAFE has also developed Computer Aided Design labs reflective of the technology and configuration found in an industrial setting.
Duration | 4 semesters
When | Semester 2, 2024
Where | South Metropolitan TAFE (52787)
How | On campus, to a minimum of 20 contact hours per week
Fees (total indicative for course)
  • Tuition fee: $30,800
  • Resources fee: $1,632
  • Materials fee: $2,040

Tuition fees are reviewed annually. If tuition fees are increased, you will be required to pay the new fees as they are introduced. You will be provided with an indicative schedule of fees in your Letter of Offer.

Resource fees are for consumables you use in your course e.g. paint, internet etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment. If your course goes longer than one semester, the resource fee may not need to be paid in one amount but may be spaced out over the duration of your course. Your college will advise you of the payment amount each semester.

Material fees are for items that remain your property after the course has been completed e.g. personal protective equipment, tools, text books etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment.

Work placement

There is no work placement requirement for this course.

Year 12
UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical - A175
4 semesters

To achieve this qualification, students must demonstrate competency in 41 units. These 41 are comprised of 28 core units and 13 elective units. Elective units listed below have been selected in consultation with industry.

Students who enrol into this qualification will be eligible for credit transfer of the units that they have already achieved. Fees paid by international students are set on a commercial basis and are paid as a whole of course fee - no refund will apply to credit transfers. Please refer to your letter of Offer for detailed duration and costings for your enrolment.

Core units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEED104A Use engineering applications software on personal computers
  • UEENEEE011C Manage risk in electrotechnology activities
  • UEENEEE015B Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEEE071B Write specifications for electrical engineering projects
  • UEENEEE080A Apply industry and community standards to engineering activities
  • UEENEEE081A Apply material science to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE082A Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE083A Establish and follow a competency development plan in an electrotechnology engineering discipline
  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEENEEE102A Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components
  • UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • UEENEEE107A Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications
  • UEENEEE117A Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures
  • UEENEEE124A Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report
  • UEENEEE125A Provide engineering solutions for problems in complex multiple path circuits
  • UEENEEE126A Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems
  • UEENEEE137A Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work
  • UEENEEG006A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines
  • UEENEEG033A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits
  • UEENEEG063A Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG101A Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits
  • UEENEEG102A Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits
  • UEENEEG106A Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits
  • UEENEEG107A Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG149A Provide engineering solutions to problems in complex polyphase power circuits
  • UEENEEG169A Manage large electrical projects
  • UEENEEG170A Plan large electrical projects
  • UEENEEK132A Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector
Elective units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEEC005B Estimate electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEED101A Use computer applications relevant to a workplace
  • UEENEEE105A Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment
  • UEENEEE123A Solve basic problems electronic and digital equipment and circuits
  • UEENEEE127A Use advanced computational processes to provide solutions to energy sector engineering problems
  • UEENEEE129A Solve electrotechnical engineering problems
  • UEENEEE190A Prepare engineering drawings using manual drafting and CAD for electrotechnology / utilities
  • UEENEEG143A Develop engineering solution for synchronous machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG144A Develop engineering solutions for d.c. machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG145A Develop engineering solutions for induction machine and control problems
  • UEENEEI150A Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers
  • UEENEEI151A Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers
  • UEENEEI152A Develop, enter and verify programs in supervisory control and data acquisition systems

Assessment methods

The methods of assessment used in this course include written tests, oral questions, direct observation of practical activities including role play and structured assessment activities such as projects, assignments, evidence portfolios and computer simulation.

These assessment strategies and evidence gathering are in accordance with the relevant training package or accreditation guidelines.  Detailed Information is available in the assessment matrix, learning plans and assessment tools for each of the units of competency.  Assessors use this matrix to ensure assessments, are undertaken across the duration of the course, rather than clustered together at particular times.

Learning resources, facilities and equipment

The following learning resources, facilities and equipment are available at each campus so that you can achieve the skill and knowledge requirements of this course.

Learning resources may include access to Blackboard, workbooks, learning guides and handouts.

Facilities and equipment may include access to general learning areas, specialist training rooms and laboratories, specialised software (MS Office, Multisim) LabVolt electrical machines, laboratory equipment including DC power supply, Oscilloscopes, function generators and mustimeters, hand soldering equipment, hand and power tools, LabVolt AC & DC machines, amplifiers, power supplies and three phase power systems.

Key dates

Semester and holiday dates are included in your Letter of Offer. View upcoming semester start and end dates.

Semester 1, 2025

At this campus
South Metropolitan TAFE has developed a unique PROTOTYPE facility (located at Munster Campus) based on an established international model to support training in both emerging and current technologies for advanced automated manufacturing. The PROTOTYPE facility allows us to contextualize the delivery towards a manufacturing and production outcome, improving levels of productivity in design and manufacture. South Metropolitan TAFE has also developed Computer Aided Design labs reflective of the technology and configuration found in an industrial setting.
Duration | 4 semesters
When | Semester 1, 2025
Where | South Metropolitan TAFE (52787)
How | On campus, to a minimum of 20 contact hours per week
Fees (total indicative for course)
  • Tuition fee: $30,800
  • Resources fee: $1,632
  • Materials fee: $2,040

Tuition fees are reviewed annually. If tuition fees are increased, you will be required to pay the new fees as they are introduced. You will be provided with an indicative schedule of fees in your Letter of Offer.

Resource fees are for consumables you use in your course e.g. paint, internet etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment. If your course goes longer than one semester, the resource fee may not need to be paid in one amount but may be spaced out over the duration of your course. Your college will advise you of the payment amount each semester.

Material fees are for items that remain your property after the course has been completed e.g. personal protective equipment, tools, text books etc. You pay this fee to your college at enrolment.

Work placement

There is no work placement requirement for this course.

Year 12
UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical - A175
4 semesters

To achieve this qualification, students must demonstrate competency in 41 units. These 41 are comprised of 28 core units and 13 elective units. Elective units listed below have been selected in consultation with industry.

Students who enrol into this qualification will be eligible for credit transfer of the units that they have already achieved. Fees paid by international students are set on a commercial basis and are paid as a whole of course fee - no refund will apply to credit transfers. Please refer to your letter of Offer for detailed duration and costings for your enrolment.

Core units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEED104A Use engineering applications software on personal computers
  • UEENEEE011C Manage risk in electrotechnology activities
  • UEENEEE015B Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEEE071B Write specifications for electrical engineering projects
  • UEENEEE080A Apply industry and community standards to engineering activities
  • UEENEEE081A Apply material science to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE082A Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • UEENEEE083A Establish and follow a competency development plan in an electrotechnology engineering discipline
  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEENEEE102A Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components
  • UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • UEENEEE107A Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications
  • UEENEEE117A Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures
  • UEENEEE124A Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report
  • UEENEEE125A Provide engineering solutions for problems in complex multiple path circuits
  • UEENEEE126A Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems
  • UEENEEE137A Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work
  • UEENEEG006A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines
  • UEENEEG033A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits
  • UEENEEG063A Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG101A Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits
  • UEENEEG102A Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits
  • UEENEEG106A Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits
  • UEENEEG107A Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations
  • UEENEEG149A Provide engineering solutions to problems in complex polyphase power circuits
  • UEENEEG169A Manage large electrical projects
  • UEENEEG170A Plan large electrical projects
  • UEENEEK132A Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector
Elective units
    National ID
    Unit title
  • UEENEEC005B Estimate electrotechnology projects
  • UEENEED101A Use computer applications relevant to a workplace
  • UEENEEE105A Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment
  • UEENEEE123A Solve basic problems electronic and digital equipment and circuits
  • UEENEEE127A Use advanced computational processes to provide solutions to energy sector engineering problems
  • UEENEEE129A Solve electrotechnical engineering problems
  • UEENEEE190A Prepare engineering drawings using manual drafting and CAD for electrotechnology / utilities
  • UEENEEG143A Develop engineering solution for synchronous machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG144A Develop engineering solutions for d.c. machine and control problems
  • UEENEEG145A Develop engineering solutions for induction machine and control problems
  • UEENEEI150A Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers
  • UEENEEI151A Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers
  • UEENEEI152A Develop, enter and verify programs in supervisory control and data acquisition systems

Assessment methods

The methods of assessment used in this course include written tests, oral questions, direct observation of practical activities including role play and structured assessment activities such as projects, assignments, evidence portfolios and computer simulation.

These assessment strategies and evidence gathering are in accordance with the relevant training package or accreditation guidelines. Detailed Information is available in the assessment matrix, learning plans and assessment tools for each of the units of competency. Assessors use this matrix to ensure assessments, are undertaken across the duration of the course, rather than clustered together at particular times.

Learning resources, facilities and equipment

The following learning resources, facilities and equipment are available at each campus so that you can achieve the skill and knowledge requirements of this course.

Learning resources may include access to Blackboard, workbooks, learning guides and handouts.

Facilities and equipment may include access to general learning areas, specialist training rooms and laboratories, specialised software (MS Office, Multisim) LabVolt electrical machines, laboratory equipment including DC power supply, Oscilloscopes, function generators and mustimeters, hand soldering equipment, hand and power tools, LabVolt AC & DC machines, amplifiers, power supplies and three phase power systems.

Key dates

Semester and holiday dates are included in your Letter of Offer. View upcoming semester start and end dates.

There may be further semester intakes available for enrolment. You can view any further intakes when you submit your online application(opens in a new tab).

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Last updated on November 29, 2022