International Course Info
This course is for those planning a career or already working as engineering technicians on electronics and communications systems. You will learn how to develop, select, commission, maintain and diagnose faults/malfunctions of electronic components/sub-assemblies, apparatus and systems.
This course is offered as a package, comprising of the Certificate IV in Electronics and Engineering UEE40711.
Work Placement Hours:
Workplace learning (on the job training) of 144 hours in total, is required for the achievement of competencies to receive the Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering. A teacher will assist with securing a work placemen for you and assist in the organization of the workplace learning and associated workplace activities in line with TAFE NSW policy.
Subject area: Engineering Studies
|Ultimo||Total course fee: A$7,430||Enrol: Jul|
|Ultimo||Total course fee: A$7,650||Enrol: Feb , Jul|
COURSE STRUCTURE AND UNITS
To receive the Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering students must complete all core units and, if available, a range of additional units.
Note: Additional units contain compulsory and elective units which may vary between each semester and campus, and will depend on a number of considerations including the packaging rules for the qualification and demand for the unit.CORE UNITS ADDITIONAL UNITS
Course fees and duration can vary based on the Institute you want to study at, the entry requirements for the course, and the year you will begin study.
Additional costs for uniforms, equipment, textbooks and materials (if applicable) range from A$300 - $1,000 per course.
Electronics and communications engineering technicians.
TAFE NSW allows for two or more courses to be packaged together, either to meet the prerequisite requirements for a course or to plan your studies around your career goals. You can submit a single TAFE NSW application form and will be able to apply for one Student Visa for the full duration of the package.