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Study to be an Electrical Engineering Technician

After completion of this course students will be ready to work in the electronics industry as an electrical engineering technician

Course Overview

Electrical Engineering Technician is currently on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)

Throughout your studies you will learn technical knowldge that will allow you to give advice to clients in a sales environemtn.  Students will also gain skills in variable speed drivers, analogue and digital electronics, programmable logic controlles and renewable energy. When you finish the course, students wil have the ability to design and evaluate electrical systems and equipment.

Course Overview (with video)

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Certificate

Course Duration

24 months

Intake Dates

Jan and July

Locations

Brisbane

Cost

$12,000 per year

The Course Details – Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Electrical

Graduate Outcome

Graduates will be skilled in many aspects of electronic engineering technician including:

  • Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector.
  • Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components.
  • Solve problems in d.c. circuits.
  • Repair basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components.
  • Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus.
  • Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • Fault find and repair complex power supplies.
  • Design and develop advanced digital systems.
  • Troubleshoot communication systems.
  • Develop, enter and verify  control progams for programmable controls
  • Provide engineering solutions to problems in complex polyphase power circuits

This course also offers pathways into university courses and students may be able to apply for recognized prior learning to earn credit towards a bachelor degree.

Job Forecast & Career Information

  • Electronic engineer technicians average weekly earnings is $1430 per week.
  • The average hours worked in Australia are 37.5 per week.
  • Employment for this occupation rose very strongly in the past five years and fell in the long-term.
  • Electronic engineering draftspersons, technicians have a high proportion of full-time jobs (93 per cent).
  • They can work independently or be part of a larger energy company, mining company and government.

Common Course Requirements

  1. Must have graduated year 10 in home country.
  2. Must have a minimum of IELTS 5.5 overall.
  3. This course includes 360 hours of vocational placement.

Education Pathways

Note: It is never recommended to undertake study for the sole purpose of trying to gain a visa to Australia.
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Graduate Visa

The Graduate Visa (Subclass 485) allows recent university or certain vocational graduates to remain in Australia and work after their studies have finished.

Education Pathways

Note: It is never recommended to undertake study for the sole purpose of trying to gain a visa to Australia.
Graduate Visa - Pathway To Aus

Graduate Visa

The Graduate Visa (Subclass 485) allows recent university or certain vocational graduates to remain in Australia and work after their studies have finished.

Get in Touch

Contact Information

Phone 0755 265 900
Skype: pathwaytoaus
Email: [email protected]

Offices

Gold Coast Office
2575 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach, QLD, 4215

Adelaide Office
Level 5 Tower 2 /121 King William Street – Adelaide 5000

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