Electrotechnology includes the design, maintenance, installation and repair for all electrical and electronic equipment.
The technology stretches across many sectors including mining, manufacturing, ICT and communications, construction, renewables, domestic and commercial refrigeration and air-conditioning.
The Electrical Services industry (a subsector within Electrotechnology) involves electrical wiring or fittings in buildings and other construction projects, and repair and maintenance of existing electrical equipment and fixtures.
The Electrotechnology industry is an $87.11 billion revenue industry employing almost 340,000 people nationwide, providing solid career prospects now and into the future.
The Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) is ideal for Year 11 and 12 students wanting to gain an insight into the electrical industry.
The Certificate III in Electrical Fitting course is designed for those looking to work as an Electrical Fitter.
The Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician is a restricted program only for those undertaking an apprenticeship as a licensed electrician.
The Course in Electrician - Minimum Australian Context Gap course is for overseas workers who want to come to Australia and gain an electrical licence.
The Australian Trade Training College offers individuals and groups of employees, training in the specified units to obtain a restricted electrical licence in Queensland.
This skill set covers the testing, tagging and reporting of portable/handheld low voltage electrical equipment using a portable appliance tester (PAT).
This course provides the required units to become a Queensland Electrical Contractor — Qualified Business Person (QBP) or Qualified Technical Person (QTP)