Learn about the electrotechnology industry and develop skills in domestic and commercial electrical work.
You’ll learn about workshop practices and hand skills, electrical wiring and equipment, electrical drawing, electrical regulations, test instruments, communications skills, computer software applications, applied electricity and workplace safety. If you gain an apprenticeship after successful completion of the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start), the schooling component of your apprenticeship training may be reduced.
This pre-apprenticeship is also offered as an intensive six-week, five-day-a-week course in January. Complete before most other students have started their training.
Recommended you have completed Year 10 or equivalent, with good reading, writing and communication skills.