Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) provides entry-level training for people wanting a career in the electrical industry, and also enhances the opportunity to gain an electrical apprenticeship.
Major areas of study include occupational health and safety, electrical concepts and applications, parts and components, communication, mathematics, electrical wiring and equipment, drawings and diagrams and introduction to welding.
Students can expect approximately 24 hours of class attendance each week over three days. Note: This course runs for 13 weeks consecutively and continues over term breaks when they occur.
Student intakes are run a number of times throughout the year, generally in February, May and August
Applicants must be aged 16 or over Applicants are expected to have language, literacy, numeracy and communication skills to at least Year 10 level. Contact the Customer Liaison Office on 03 5225 0800 for more details on eligibility for a government subsidised place and how to apply.