Electrotechnology

6 courses

Electrical courses

Start your electrical career off on the right track with our electrical engineering courses. The learning curve can be steep in this industry and i...

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  • Certificate III Appliance Service

    UEE32120-01

    No two days will be the same, you'll travel to different worksites to install, service and repair high tech appliances and enjoy building ongoing trusting relationships. You can start your own appliance service business or take your studies further with transferrable skills and be dual qualified.

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  • Certificate III Electrical Fitting

    UEE33020-01

    Start your career as an electrical fitter and gain the technical skills needed to succeed. Learn from industry-experienced teachers in our simulated workplace workshops to build the skills to work for a company or start your own business.

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  • Certificate III ESI - Distribution Underground

    UET30821-01

    Have access to an electrical network facility on campus and work as an electrical powerline tradesperson. Test, install and maintain underground systems and launch your career in electricity network cabling and infrastructure.

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  • Certificate III Instrumentation and Control

    UEE31220-01

    Ensure engineering systems and processes operate effectively and safely and develop skills that are transferrable across a wide variety of developing industries. Learn the fundamentals of industrial automation, instruments, monitoring and control in this hands-on course.

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  • Certificate IV Instrumentation and Control

    UEE42220-01

    Level up your trade career and learn the skills you need to work as a senior technician or supervisor. Expand your capabilities so you can take on advanced positions in the instrumentation industry. Study as an apprentice or be recognised for your industry experience in this practical course.

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  • Diploma Electrical Engineering

    UEE50420-01

    Gain a whole new repertoire of skills to add to your talents as an electrician. You’ll develop your specialist knowledge and build industry networks so you can become the conduit between engineers and tradespeople to get the job done well.

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Electrical course information

When you choose to study an electrical engineering course, there are a wide range of flexible options available.

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Who is an electrical course good for?

Electrical tradespeople need more than just technical skill and the right training to succeed. It’s a complex field with many specialties. Soft skills can make the difference between a good electrical trades...

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Electrical career paths

Our electrical engineering courses prepare you for a variety of career opportunities in different industries and sectors. It’s a challenging industry anticipating rapid growth. From PLC programmers to senior...

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

How do I enrol?

At TAFE NSW you can apply or enrol to do a course.

If your course has no entry requirements, you can enrol directly. If there are entry requirements, you will need to apply to be accepted for a position in the course.

  1. Go to the TAFE NSW website to view the course you are interested in
  2. Check if there are any entry requirements, as you may be asked to supply additional information
  3. Select a course location to progress your enrolment
  4. Follow the prompts to complete
  5. You will receive an email confirming your enrolment or application status

If you need further assistance with your enrolment, contact TAFE NSW Student Services on 131 601 between 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday.

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