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Engineering and Electrotechnology Courses

You’ll learn with specialist simulators, industry standard software and a range of renewable energy training facilities. You might even work on our mini-hydroelectric system or wind-powered generator.

Our learning environments are as industry realistic as possible. It could lead you to a wide range of industries including aviation, construction, manufacturing or even robotics. Whatever you do, you’ll be hands-on, work with different technologies, and have different challenges and rewards every day.

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Engineering Courses

Engineering courses allow students to work with the latest technology and learn how to apply their problem solving expertise in a business setting.

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Electrotechnology Courses

Electrotechnology courses offer students a chance to gain hands-on experience and apply their expertise in the electrical and construction industry.

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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Courses

Can you keep a cool head under pressure? Do you thrive on problem solving and love a challenge? Have you considered a career as a refrigeration and air-conditioning mechanic?

View our Refrigeration and Air Conditioning courses

Hidden Gem - Jennifer Electrical

Open up a world of opportunity

Jennifer Perkins

"Electricians can pick where they work, and who they work for. Once you finish your apprenticeship, the world really is your oyster."

- Jennifer, Team Leader of Electrical Trade at TAFE NSW

Jennifer Perkins studied at TAFE NSW, worked as an electrician for more than 30 years, then returned to become a teacher and team leader of electrical trade. Like all TAFE NSW teachers, she's an industry expert.

“Working at TAFE NSW has also given me the chance to pass on my knowledge to students, providing them with the skills and opportunity to progress into their own electrical careers, which is very rewarding,” says Jennifer.

From construction and industrial to automotive, maritime, telecommunications, entertainment, events and even teaching - there are a range of directions you could take an electrotechnology career.