Chisholm Institute of TAFE RTO 0260
VET in schools multiplies opportunities for students. They enable students to complete a nationally recognised vocational qualification as well as contribute towards their VCE or VCAL Certificate. Classroom learning is combined with structured hands-on training and practice in industry. The program is delivered at Chisholm Institute of TAFE. The program is designed to provide training, practical skills and studies for students interested in investigating a career as an Electrician. The training is project-based and gives hands on experience in the workshop and an introduction to careers in Electrotechnology. The program has a focus on electical skills for the first year students. The second year of the program covers all theory needed for students to progress into an electrical apprenticeship or an career in te electrotechnology industry.
The training is project based and gives hands on experience in the workshop and an introduction to the various careers available in electrotechnology, these include electrical, electronics, renewable energy and telecommunications.
Students who complete both years of of the UEE2201 Certificatr II in Electrotechnology (career start) will have completed a nationally recognised pre-vocational qualification for careers in this industry. This may reduce future training in electrotechnology by up to 6 months.
Course Code and Course Title
UEE22011- Certificate II Electrotechnology (Career Start)
- Venue: Chisholm Institute of TAFE, Frankston campus
- Time: Wednesdays 9am - 3pm and Fridays 9am - 3pm
Students will require the following at each class:
- Safety work boots/shoes
- Short/long sleeved shirt (no singlets)
- Chisholm will provide safety glasses
Year 10 level of Maths and English is recommended.
Structured Workplace Learning
Structured Workplace Learning is not mandated in this program, however the VCAA strongly recommend all VET students undertake some work placement.
Contribution to the VCE and VCAL
The contribution to a student’s VCAL program is determined by the number of units of competence completed. This program will satisfy learning outcomes for the Industry Specific and Work Related Skills strands. This program may contribute to the VCAL at the Foundation, Intermediate or Senior levels. 1st year - 200 hours - accredited training.
Units of Competency
Units delivered over 2 years may include
Unit of Competency Name
|UEENEED001B||Use basic computer applications relevant to a workplace|
|UEENEEE001B||Document occupational hazards & risks in electrical work|
|UEENEEE003B||Solve problems in extra-low voltage|
|UEENEEE041B||Use of routine equipment/plant/ technologies in an electrotechnology environment|
|UEENEEE079A||Identify and select components/ accessories/materials for electrotechnology work activities|
|UEENEEK042B||Produce routine products for work|
|UEENEEE002B||Dismantle, assemble and fabricate electrotechnology components|
|UEENEEE004B||Solve problems in multiple DC|
|UEENEEE005B||Fix and secure equipment|
|UEENEEE048B||Carry out routine work activities in a electrotechnology environment|
|UEENEEE007B||Use drawings, diagrams, schedules and manuals|
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Training and Employment Outcomes
Employment opportunities exist in the electrical trades and in electronic installation, testing, repair or sales, working on audio systems, video systems, mobile phone systems, electronic security systems, care electronic accessories, electronic ticketing systems, and vehicle engine management systems and computer interfacing.
- Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (apprenticeship)
- Certificate III in Telecommunications
- Certificate II in Telecommunication Cabling
- Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications
- Diploma of Electronics and Communication Engineering
- Bachelor of Electronic Engineering;
- Bachelor of Engineering Electrical/Electronics