More than wiring houses, this is a starting point for Communications Technician, Linesmen, Engineer, Refrigeration or Air Conditioning.
RTO – Diocese of Lismore Catholic Schools Limited 45649
Course Hours – 240hrs
Workplacement – Mandatory
Unit Value – 2 Unit Prelim, 2 Unit HSC
SBAT Available – Opportunity to progress through Stage One of their apprenticeship within the Electrotechnology Industry and gain credit towards their HSC.
Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) UEE22011
This course is designed to enable students to acquire knowledge and skills related to work, employment and further training in the electrotechnology industry.
Electrotechnology has many vocational fields including Electrical/Electricians. Electricians install, maintain, repair, test and commission electrical and electronic equipment and systems for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes. Electricians may also work on electrical transmission and distribution equipment.
NOTE: To best cope with the demands of this course, students considering studying Electrotechnology should be competent in Year 10 Maths (recommended minimum Maths 5.2) and prepared to continue HSC Maths Standard 2 in Year 11 and 12.
- Data Communications Worker
- Electronics Specialists
- Computer Servicing/ Assembly Worker
- Electronics Assembly and Repair Worker
- Antennae Equipment Installer
- Electrical Trades Assistant
- Renewable Energy Worker
- Electrical Wholesaling
- Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Mechanic and Lineworker
View more course details on the RTO Electrotechnology Flyer here.pdf