10809NAT Course in Electrician — Minimum Australian Context Gap

This course provides Minimum Australian Context Gap training to holders of an Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR) for the UEE30820 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (or successor) who then may apply to the relevant Australian state and territory licensing authority for an unrestricted Electrician Licence (or equivalent).

The Australian Trade Training College delivers this course to those wishing to apply for an Electrical Licence in Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, South Australia and Northern Territory. Due to specific requirements, Australian Trade Training College does not deliver to Western Australia.

Learn more by viewing the Course Information Guide.

On successful completion of this course a Statement of Attainment will be issued. Participants can then apply with the Registered Training Organisation responsible for issuing the OTSR for the issuance of UEE30820 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (or successor).

Units of Competency

NAT10809001 — Apply Australian Work Health and Safety practices in the electrical workplace

NAT10809002 — Document and apply control measures for Australian electrical workplace hazards and risks

NAT10809003 — Apply Australian standards and requirements to solve LV a.c. circuits/systems problems

NAT10809004 — Select protection devices and systems for low voltage circuits and apparatus

NAT10809005 — Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage electrical installations

NAT10809006 — Verify compliance, functionality and aspects critical to the safety of electrical installations

NAT10809007 — Use computer applications for electrical work in Australia

NAT10809013 — Lay and connect Australian telecommunication services for multiple access

Course Fees

$4,500.00

  • Enrolment payment — $1,500.00 payable upon commencement
  • Progression payment — $1,500.00 payable 3 months from commencement
  • Completion payment — $1,500.00 payable on completion

Pre-Requisites

  • Obtain an Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR)
  • Occupational licence/ training permit

For information on how to apply for an OTSR please contact 1300 017 199 or visit Trades Recognition Australia website

Licence & Regulatory Requirements/Information

For more information on how to apply for an occupational licence/permit please visit the relevant Licensing authority website.

Course Duration

12 months

Delivery Method

Blended — online (self-paced) via Learning Management System Lighthouse, and face-to-face (practical)

Online component to be completed prior to the practical component at your own location.

Delivery Location

During the entire program you will have access to your trainer via phone or email during normal business hours, should you have any questions throughout completing the course.

  • Online — own location, home, workplace.
  • Practical component — Banyo Campus 17 Armada Place, Banyo

Resources Required

  • Access to a laptop / computer, stable internet connection and a current email address
  • It is also recommended you have access to AS/NZS 3000 (known as the Electrical Wiring Rules)

Funding options

There is no Government Funding available for this course.

  • Fee for service

CLICK TO ENROL NOW

 

10809NAT Course in Electrician — Minimum Australian Context Gap is Nationally Recognised Training.

10809NAT

Course in Electrician — Minimum Australian Context Gap

Get more information about this course

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

More Electrotechnology Courses


Explore Other Industries

Why Study With ATTC | Australian Trades Training College (ATTC)

Building and Construction

Receive a nationally recognised qualification in the building and construction industry. From carpentry and plumbing, to roofing and any field under general construction, you will learn all the right skills to work onsite with success competently and safely.

View Courses
Engineering | Australian Trade Training College

Engineering

Become qualified in an engineering trade specialising in a mechanical or fabrication career. You will gain practical and technical skills required for a manufacturing function, creating potential career opportunities across the resources and mining industries.

View Courses
Telecommunications | Australian Trade Training College

Telecommunications

These programs teaches you the skills and knowledge of the technical functions behind general information and communications technology.

View Courses