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Saving time studying. Saving the world.
“As a species we need to evolve our environmental practices, otherwise we perish. That is where engineers come in – we solve problems.”
Bradley Scott completed a Renewable Energy Engineering course, launching him into the final year of a degree at the University of Newcastle.
“Now I have finished my TAFE NSW studies I am completing my Bachelor studies and then plan to specialise in chemical engineering, specifically in biomass.” Bradley says.
While Bradley’s passion helps him earn his degrees, it’s that same passion for renewable energy that could help the whole world.
“Put simply, it’s about working with our region’s plant materials and exploring how to extract the energy out of them.”
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Electrical engineers design, build, and maintain a variety of electrical products and systems, focusing on safety, sustainability and value for money.
Electrical engineers mostly work with large-scale electrical systems, however a wide range of technologies are being developed in many areas, including transportation, IT, manufacturing, power and construction, and the telecommunications industry.
When you study an electrical engineering course with TAFE NSW, it could lead towards a career working with:
- car, aircraft, and train manufacturers
- energy providers
- health and biomedical companies
- research and development teams
- electronic and technological component manufacturers
Depending on the specific electrical engineering qualification you’re after, there are a variety of requirements. We also offer a range of electrical engineering short courses that have no requirements for enrolment. Contact TAFE NSW and discover the requirements for the electrical engineering course that you’re interested in.
Electrical engineering covers a wide range of industry areas. TAFE NSW has electrical engineering courses that cover areas like renewable energy, industrial electronics, communications, and more. Contact TAFE NSW to discover the ideal electrical engineering qualification for your interests.
TAFE NSW has a range of electrical engineering courses, from short courses through to advanced diplomas. So depending on which course you enrol in, the length of time will vary.
TAFE NSW has a range of electrical engineering qualifications designed to get you a career as an electrical engineer. From electrical engineering short courses to give you a taste of the industry, through to advanced diplomas to take your career even further.
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What job opportunities could an electrotechnology course lead to?
An electrotechnology course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from working in electrical engineering to becoming an electrician. This is an ever changing and expanding field, and can be quite lucrative: the average weekly salary for an electrician is $1,365.
Qualifications in electrotechnology can lead job roles like:
- Electronics Engineer
- Special Class Electrician
- Air-conditioning Technician
Whether you're just starting out in your electrotechnology career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you.
TAFE courses in the area include Electrical Engineering, Electrician, Irrigation, Industrial Electronics and Control, Audiometry, Aeroskills, Electrotechnology, Security Equipment.