Certificate II in Electrotechnology
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Offers a pathway to a
career in the Electrical and allied trades industries.
Thirteen units of competency
required to gain full certificate (360 points).
Main topics include:
OH&S, electrical principles, measuring instruments, use of hand and power
tools, sustainability, First Aid, white card, computing and electronics.
Assessment consists of
online knowledge tests and observation of practical performance.
Some homework will be required if students are not
punctual and consistent with their attendance.
Most course content is available online at lms.energyspace.com.au (once registered) and can be accessed out of
normal class hours.
opportunities will be made available to students deemed suitable.
A good understanding of how
to apply mathematical formulas along with the ability to manipulate large
(kilo, mega) and small (milli, micro) values is essential and will be covered
in the course.
As a great deal of the content is self-paced students will
need to demonstrate responsibility for managing their learning.