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Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

UEE22011
Average Price: $2570
Average Duration: 6 Months

Scope

This qualification covers competencies for work entry program providing grounding in safety and basic skills and knowledge for work in any electrotechnology discipline.

These are the outcomes of graduates surveyed six months after completing their training for Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

88.4%

Satisfied with the training
69.7%

Received job-related
benefits from training
Electrical Or Telecommunications Trades Assistant ( ANZSCO code 899914)
Expected job openings
Expected job openings are: high Low Below average Average Above average High
High
55,700 persons were employed as Other Miscellaneous Labourers in 2015. Job openings over the next 5 years are expected to be greater than 50,000.
Average weekly full time earnings
Average weekly full time earnings are: below average Low Below average Average Above average High
Below average
Average weekly full time earnings before tax for Other Miscellaneous Labourers in 2014 are: $1,045. Average earnings for all occupations are: $1,200
Source: Department of Employment. For full details on Other Miscellaneous Labourers visit Job Outlook
This qualification is available as an Australian Apprenticeship in the states and territories shown by blue colouring in the table below.

  1. ACT
  2. NSW
  3. NT
  4. QLD
  5. SA
  6. TAS
  7. VIC
For more information on apprenticeship pathways, please visit this course on aapathways.com.au
This course may be subsidised in the following state and territories

  1. ACT
  2. NSW
  3. NT
  4. QLD
  5. SA
  6. TAS
  7. VIC

For more information about financial support and subsidies for training, please refer to the Financial assistance page

Completion requirements

The requirements for granting this qualification will be met when competency is demonstrated and achieved for:

  • All the Core competency standard units, defined in the Core Competency Standard Units table below and
  • A combination of Elective competency standard units to achieve a total weighting of 140 points in accordance with the Elective Competency Standard Units table below.
  • Core Competency Standard Units

    All Core competency standard units to be achieved

    Weighting Points

    UEENEEE101A

    Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

    20

    UEENEEE104A

    Solve problems in d.c. circuits

    80

    UEENEEE141A

    Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment

    40

    UEENEEE148A

    Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment

    40

    UEENEEE179A

    Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities

    20

    UEENEEK142A

    Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector

    20

    Total points in core

    220

    Elective Competency Standard Units

    Complete Elective units to achieve a total of weighting of 140 points from the following groups:

    Group

    Minimum points

    Maximum points

    A

    Imported and Common Elective Units

    Imported units from other training packages and/or state accredited courses can be added to this group, but they must be selected from qualifications where the unit is first packaged at AQF level 2. If units have not being assigned a weighting by the relevant EE-Oz Industry Technical Advisory Committee, their weighting will be 10 points.

    0

    60

    B

    Group B – Qualification Elective Units

    You may select all your elective units from this Group

    80

    140

    Group A – Imported and Common Elective Units

    You may complete units to a maximum weighting of 60

    Weighting Points

    UEENEEC001B

    Maintain documentation

    20

    UEENEEC010B

    Deliver a service to customers

    20

    UEENEEE020B

    Provide basic instruction in the use of electrotechnology apparatus

    20

    CPCCOHS1001A

    Work safely in the construction industry

    10

    HLTAID001

    Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

    10

    Imported units from other training packages and/or state accredited courses can be added to this group, but they must be selected from qualifications where the unit is first packaged at AQF level 2. If units have not being assigned a weighting by the relevant EE-Oz Industry Technical Advisory Committee, their weighting will be 10 points.

    Note: For further information see Application of the NQC Flexibility Formula, UEE11 Electrotechnology Training Package, Version 1, Volume 1 Qualification Framework

    Up to 60 Points

    Group B – Qualification Elective Units

    Complete units to a minimum weighting of 80

    You may select all your elective units from this Group

    Weighting Points

    UEENEEA101A

    Assemble electronic components

    40

    UEENEEA102A

    Select electronic components for assembly

    20

    UEENEED101A

    Use computer applications relevant to a workplace

    20

    UEENEEE102A

    Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components

    40

    UEENEEE105A

    Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment

    20

    UEENEEE122A

    Carry out preparatory energy sector work activities

    60

    UEENEEE130A

    Provide solutions and report on routine electrotechnology problems

    60

    UEENEEE142A

    Produce products for carrying out energy sector work activities

    40

    UEENEEE143A

    Produce routine tools/devices for carrying out energy sector work activities

    40

    UEENEEH101A

    Repair basic computer equipment faults by replacement of modules/sub-assemblies

    40

    UEENEEH102A

    Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components

    40

    UEENEEJ103A

    Establish the basic operating conditions of vapour compression systems

    60

    UEENEEP024A

    Attach cords and plugs to electrical equipment for connection to a single phase 230 Volt supply

    20

    Note:
    1. Pre-requisite pathways shall be identified and met for all elective units selected.

    2. In selecting elective units considerations to career planning advice should be given to units that form part of a pre-requisite pathway for the progression to achieve particular competencies or qualification at a higher level

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    The following occupations relate to this qualification.

    Electrotechnology Career Start Trainee
    The following industry sectors relate to this qualification.

    Electrotechnology
    Systems Electrics
    Utilities Services



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    Student outcomes for Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

    These are the outcomes of graduates surveyed six months after completing their training for Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

    55.1%

    Of people who were not employed before starting their course were employed after completing it.
    Labourers
    5.6* %

    Other Labourers

    Of those employed after training, were in the same occupation as their course.
    Technicians and Trades Workers
    61%
    Technicians and Trades Workers
    Labourers
    18.7%
    Labourers
    Sales Workers
    6.5*%
    Sales Workers
    Median salary of those employed in their first full-time job
    (includes those employed prior to training)

    na

    na


    Destination
    after training
    This
    course
    Similar
    courses
    All Certificate II courses
    Employed or in further study after training (%) 87.7 87.6 81
    Employment outcomes:
    Employed (%)
    Full-time (%)
    Part-time (%)
     
    81.7
    57.5
    24.2
     
    82.5
    64.4
    17.5
     
    68.8
    40.5
    27.6
    Further study outcomes:
    Enrolled at University (%)
    Enrolled at TAFE (%)
    Enrolled at Other provider (%)
     
    -
    28.1
    15
     
    2
    10.1
    15.4
     
    4.1
    13.9
    16
    Satisfied with the training (%) 88.4 90.4 89.3
    Received job-related benefits from training (%) 69.7 64.2 65.5
    Received personal benefits from training (%) 90.7 85.5 89.3
    Achieved main reason for undertaking training (%) 71 84.2 80.4
    Recommend the training to other (%) 94.2 93.9 92.3

    Employment
    status
    This
    course
    Similar
    courses
    All Certificate II courses
    Median salary (Full-time) ($) - - na
    Top Occupations (%):
    Technicians and Trades Workers
    Labourers
    Sales Workers
     
    61
    18.7
    6.5*
     
    39.2
    22.5
    12.3
     
    28
    21.3
    13.6
    Top Industries (%):
    Construction
    Retail Trade
    Manufacturing
     
    51.2
    13
    8.1*
     
    29.3
    9.7
    9.5
     
    19.4
    9.9
    9.9

    Employment
    status
    This
    course
    Similar
    courses
    All Certificate II courses
    Employed after training (%) - 92.6 87.1
    Median salary (Employed full-time) ($) - - na
    Enrolled in further study (%) - 28.2 32.3
    Satisfied with the training (%) - 89.9 89
    Achieved main reason for undertaking training (%) - 88.4 84.8

    Employment
    status
    This
    course
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    Employed after training (%) 55.1 47.4 38.5
    Median salary (Employed full-time) ($) - - na
    Enrolled in further study ($) 45.5 26.7 38
    Satisfied with the training (%) - 90.8 89.9
    Achieved main reason for undertaking training (%) - 69.5 73.5

    Please Note:
    All statistics are supplied by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research.
    * The estimate has a relative standard error greater than 25% and therefore should be used with caution.
    ** NCVER does not report on estimates based on less than 5 respondents because the estimates are unreliable.
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    Construction
    51.2
    Construction
    Retail Trade
    13
    Retail Trade
    Manufacturing
    8.1*
    Manufacturing
    Electrotechnology
    Stream Certificate II Certificate III Certificate IV Diploma Advanced Diploma
    Systems Electrician          
    Electrical Instrumentation Control & Switchgear          
    Technical Support          
    Data Communications / Communications          
    Electronics Specialists          
    Computer Systems          
    Entertainment & Servicing          
    Appliances          
    Business Systems          
    Refrigeration & Air-conditioning          
    Renewable & Sustainable Energy          
    Photovoltaic Systems          
    Fire & Security Systems          
    Rail          
    Electrical Engineering - Coal Mining          

    Note: Information provided as a guide only.  Chart developed by the Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aatinfo.com.au). Information in this chart may be reproduced with acknowledgement of its source: "The Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aapathways.com.au/jpc) funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training".