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Energy Management and Control Technician

As an Energy Management and Control Technician you would develop strategies to reduce energy in buildings and recommend changes in the way in which energy is controlled in the building either by the installation of new control equipment or by the modification or re-programming of that existing. It includes ERAC requirements for an ’Electrician‘s licence‘.

Summary of Training

  • Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan
  • Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components
  • Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment
  • Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications
  • Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures
  • Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report
  • Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work
  • Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines
  • Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits
  • Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations
  • Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits
  • Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits
  • Install low voltage wiring and accessories
  • Install appliances, switchgear and associated accessories for low voltage electrical installations
  • Verify compliance and functionality of low voltage general electrical installations
  • Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits
  • Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations
  • Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits
  • Develop and connect electrical control circuits
  • Implement and monitor energy sector environmental and sustainable policies and procedures
  • Develop strategies to address sustainability issues for electrical installations
  • Assess energy loads and uses for energy efficiency in commercial facilities
  • Assess energy loads and uses for energy efficiency in large industrial properties and enterprises
  • Verify compliance and functionality of special LV electrical installations
  • Conduct compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations
  • Provide photometric data for illumination system design
  • Select effective and efficient light sources and luminaires for given locations and designs

Please note that this Job & Training Description provides an example of the selection of non-core units. Alternative combinations of units may be selected and in some cases prerequisite units may need to be completed. For advice contact Apprenticeship Network providers or an approved Registered Training Organisation.

This Australian Apprenticeship occupation may attract additional incentives under the Australian Government Australian Apprenticeships Incentives Programme. For more information contact an Apprenticeship Network provider, call the Australian Apprenticeships referral line on 13 38 73, or look at the National Skills Needs List.

 

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This occupation fits generally with these groupings

Industry Group
Electrical, Electronics & Utilities

Work Type
Analytic & Scientific
Organising & Clerical

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Commencements Change

The change in Australian Apprenticeships commencements in this overall industry in the past two years. Commencements in 2016: 10425

Source: NCVER Apprentice and trainee collection, 2017, unpublished. AATIS analysis.

Graduate Employment

Australian Apprentice graduates from this overall industry in employment (in any industry).

Source: NCVER National Student Outcomes Survey, 2017, unpublished. AATIS analysis.

Graduate Wage

Average wage of Australian Apprentice graduates from this overall industry employed full-time after training.

Source: NCVER National Student Outcomes Survey, 2017, unpublished. AATIS analysis.

Industry Growth

Growth in employment in this overall industry in the past 5 years.

Source: Department of Employment, 2017. AATIS analysis.

Industry Size

The number of employees in this overall industry compared with other Australian industries.

Source: Department of Employment, 2017. AATIS analysis.

Industry Wage

Average wage of employees in this overall industry.

Source: Department of Employment, 2017. AATIS analysis.

Availability Information

Energy Management and Control Technician - UEE41011
NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT
Full Time

(Nominal Duration)

48 mths 60 mths 48 mths
Part Time
Commencements 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Commencements

Commencement data source: National Apprentices and Trainees collection (June 2017 estimates), NCVER rounded estimates for the 2016 calendar year. Qualifications with no recorded commencements may not appear. This data is for general information purposes only.

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