Course Details - UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (Hamilton Secondary College)



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Course TitleUEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)
RTOPEER (National Code 7027)
Host OrganisationHamilton Secondary College
Course Length2 semesters (1 year)
DescriptionThis course is designed to help students prepare for undertaking an apprenticeship in the Electrotechnology industry. It will provide students with an opportunity to experience what the Electrotechnology industry is all about. The student will learn Technical skills. The student will use a variety of tools and equipment. It starts with basic equipment and correct techniques, right through to more complex and technical tasks such as reading and interpreting wiring diagrams, and then constructing the circuit from scratch. Employability skills, this is a Career-Start course, and there is unit of competency which assists students with understanding the industry, preparing Resume’s and Job applications, as well as participating in Job interviews. It is recommended to have above basic mathematics (Algebra & Transposition etc.) When the student covers electrical fundamentals, such as ohm’s law, this involves principles that are often complex and need the student to be able to apply physical laws as well as solve mathematical problems. Assessment is done in a variety of ways including, Exams, Practical projects, Research projects and Assignments. Expectations, Students to wear Peer provided Peer shirt and have suitable PPE during practicals, and all assessment tasks to be completed on or before the due date. Electives and course days may be subject to change.
PathwaysFurther Education Pathway - UEE30811 – Certificate III in Electrotechnology – Electrician Career Pathway - This course will provide an entry point for students wishing to become an apprentice Electrician, Data Technician or Refrigeration Mechanic
Entry RequirementsIt is recommended that all students have a good understanding of both English and Mathematics
Other RequirementsPen, pencil and ruler Notebook School diary Enclosed shoes when in classroom. Steel capped safety boots when completing practical/workshop activities. 100% cotton long sleeve shirt high vis (supplied by PEER) and pants. No Polyester brands.
Delivery Location(s)Hamilton Secondary College, 815 Marion Road, MITCHELL PARK, SA, 5043
Dates and Times40 weekly sessions at Hamilton Secondary College on Thursdays from 08:00 until 16:00
Commencement date 06/02/20
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 1, 50 SACE credits
Up to 50 at Stage 1 - upon completion of 3 semesters
QualificationCertificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (National code UEE22011)
Units Of Competency
CoreUEENEEE101AApply occupational health and saftety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace20 nominal hours
 UEENEEE141AUse of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment60 nominal hours
 UEENEEE148ACarry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment40 nominal hours
 UEENEEE179AIdentify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities20 nominal hours
 UEENEEE102AFabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components40 nominal hours
 UEENEEE104ASolve problems in d.c. circuits80 nominal hours
 UEENEEK142AApply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector20 nominal hours
 UEENEEE038BParticipate in development and follow a personal competency development plan20 nominal hours
 HLTAID001Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation4 nominal hours
 UEENEEE137ADocument and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work20 nominal hours
 UEENEEH102ARepairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components40 nominal hours
 UEENEED101AUse computer applications relevant to a workplace20 nominal hours
 UETTDRRF06BPerform rescue from live LV panel0 nominal hours
Nominal hours are used for SACE purposes and are not reflective of actual delivery hours
Total Training CostNone
Course fee is $0 if covered by TGSS

Total course cost for non-TGSS students is $2850
Cost NotesIn addition to the course cost, an administration fee will apply as follows: Non-ISCA DECD school - $50 per enrolment Non-DECD school - $250 per enrolment (refer to member school tab for list of ISCA schools)
Number Of StudentsMinimum    10
Maximum   12
Selection ProcessTGSS available
Orientation DetailsStudents will be taken through an orientation on day 1 of the course (Tuesday 6th February)
Public TransportM44 Bus: Stop 22 West Side, Stop 21 East Side; Train: Marion or Ascot Park Stations.
Contact PersonMs Desanka Arezina, Email desanka.arezina@hamcoll.sa.edu.au
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