Are you interested in a career in Electrotechnology?
This course is an introduction to the electrical trade. It covers competencies for work entry programs providing grounding in safety, basic skills and knowledge for work in an electrotechnology discipline.
Certificate 3 Guarantee Funding
Certificate 3 Guarantee is State Government funding for eligible people who do not already hold, or are not currently enrolled in, a post-school certificate III or higher level qualification, such as a Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma or University level qualification, but with the exception of some Foundation skills courses (i.e. literacy and numeracy based courses). A qualification attained overseas only prevents eligibility if it is one recognised by an industry or professional body as meeting Australian or Queensland registration or licensing requirements for a specific occupation. To meet the eligibility criteria, you must also be aged 15 years of age or above, no longer at school, and be either an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or a New Zealand citizen, and permanently residing in Queensland. Although this funding is predominantly available to fund study in Certificate III courses, it is not actually available for all Certificate III courses, as it has been allocated by the Government for use to target areas in which there is more of an industry need for skilled workers. For details of funding programs available for lower and higher level courses, please contact GCIT on (07) 5581 8300.
If you are not eligible for a concession but are eligible for Certificate 3 Guarantee funding you will need to pay a contribution (Student Contribution Fee and Tuition Fee) towards your training. Concessions are only available for those who hold an eligible Health Care Concession Card or Pensioner Concession Card, partners or dependants of those who hold such a card and are named on that person’s card, and those of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.
If you are eligible for a concession and for Certificate 3 Guarantee funding you will still need to pay an amount towards your training, but this amount will be charged at a concessional rate. Concessions are available to holders of a Health Care Concession Card or Pensioner Concession Card, partners or dependants of those who hold such a card and are named on that person’s card, and those of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.
For more information visit http://www.training.qld.gov.au/information/investing-in-skills/certificate3/students.html
Fee For Service
The fee charged for a program if a student is not eligible for any Government funding or does not wish to utilise Government funding. For more information visit http://gcit.edu.au/resources/pdf/gcit-student-information-flyer.pdf
Graduates of this course will gain credits towards the underpinning knowledge of a Trade Certificate (First Year Apprenticeship) in the electrical trade.
Classes are held from 8.00am-3.45pm (Wednesday classes commence 9.30am).
See 'Cost Information' field above for clarification on funding eligibility.
Vocational Placement is used to link the skills and knowledge acquired during your qualification. It provides the opportunity to develop your skills in a practical environment. The Certificate II in Electrotechnology requires you to undertake a minimum of 80 hours of vocational placement to attain your certificate. We encourage all students to be proactive in finding a placement as an opportunity to develop a relationship within the Electrical industry. You may find your placement prior to the commencement of your course, however for legal, liability and insurance reasons you must not start at your agreed workplace until after your course has commenced and insurance is in place.
Finding a placement:
For further details or to commence the necessary paperwork for the insurance agreement please contact April Gall on 5581 8432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
IS THIS THE RIGHT COURSE FOR YOU?
To find out what language, math and science knowledge are required to enter the Electrotechnology trade, follow this link for further helpful information including an online 'Self-Assessment tool' - http://www.ulmitb.com.au/PreApprenticeshipPracticeTest/eeozGetInto.html
Students will require protective clothing, steel capped boots, scientific calculator, a ring binder with suitable ruled paper, and a pen. Students are to bring a calculator on the first day.
An optional text book "Electrical Principles" (approximately $105.00) can be ordered from the Students Bookshop, Ashmore Campus, A Block, Level 2.
|Unit code||Unit name||Unit type|
|UEENEEE101A||Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace||Core|
|UEENEEE104A||Solve problems in d.c. circuits||Core|
|UEENEEE141A||Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment||Core|
|UEENEEE148A||Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment||Core|
|UEENEEE179A||Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities||Core|
|UEENEEK142A||Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector||Core|
|UEENEEE107A||Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications||Elective|
|UEENEEE020B||Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus||Elective|
|UEENEED101A||Use computer applications relevant to a workplace||Elective|
|UEENEEE102A||Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components||Elective|
|UEENEEE105A||Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment||Elective|
There may be one or more elective competencies, these may differ between institutes. Please contact the institute for more information.
Information is correct at the time of publication; however, Institute policies, fees and details are subject to change without notice. Course commencement is dependent on sufficient enrolments, accreditation and registration requirements.