UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace (CT)
UEENEEE102A Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components (CT)
UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits (CT)
UEENEEE105A Fix and secure electro technology equipment (CT)
UEENEEE107A Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications (CT)
UEENEEE137A Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electro technology work (CT)
UEENEEG006A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines (CT)
UEENEEG033A Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits (CT)
UEENEEG063A Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations (CT)
UEENEEG101A Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits (CT)
UEENEEG102A Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits (CT)
UEENEEG103A Install low voltage wiring and accessories (CT)
UEENEEG104A Install appliances, switchgear and associated accessories for low voltage electrical installations (CT)
UEENEEG105A Verify compliance and functionality of low voltage general electrical installations (CT)
UEENEEG106A Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits (CT)
UEENEEG107A Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations (CT)
UEENEEG108A Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits (CT)
UEENEEG109A Develop and connect electrical control circuits (CT)
Instrumentation Jobs or instrument technician jobs
Job roles associated with this qualification relate to instrumentation, manufacturing and process control. Possible job titles and roles relevant to this qualification include:
UEE40411 Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation – Students have maximum of 1 year to complete this instrumentation course from the date of enrolment. The assessments must be completed in class under the supervision of the trainer. The course has a RPL component and fieldwork component which depends on the student’s experience and exposure to type of work related to the competency. Regardless of the amount of Instrumentation experience students must complete an Instrument technician challenge test to be granted an RPL for that particular unit. Proof of Instrumentation experience should be provided and will be reference checked by the Trainer. Refer to the customised Instrumentation RPL kit provided by your trainer for further information. Further extension may be granted by the trainer on request. Some students or Instrumentation apprentices may require longer timeframes if they do not have experience or exposure with instrument technician work. Students are welcome to sit in the forthcoming classes at no additional fees to seek further assistance from the trainer to finish the remainder of Practical Assessment and course work. For the schedule of forthcoming classes speak to the trainer.
Delivery of competencies
The units are delivered via face to face delivery mode. The core units and the elective units are arranged in topics and are completed throughout the online and face to face delivery and via the learner’s self-paced completion of project assessment work.
The course is organized into the following themes
Each student’s achievement of each Instrumentation unit of competency within the qualification is assessed by their completion of written, practical tests, assignments and the observation of the competency in practical projects, in varying contexts on a number of occasions.
Clients enrolling in this course are typically those electricians who desire to up skill and learn more about instrumentation which is a natural progression to the electrical trade.
Recognition of Prior Learning
RPL Fees – $495/unit (non-refundable). The competencies in this qualification may be attained through the process of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Instrumentation RPL takes into consideration the candidates’ previous Instrumentation training, work and life experience. AUSINET trainer/assessor will provide candidates with a RPL Application Form at enrolment, to assist the candidate in determining if RPL is an appropriate pathway to gain the qualification. If appropriate, candidates will be provided with a RPL Self-Assessment Guide and instructions on how to prepare an Instrumentation portfolio of evidence. The RPL documentation is available on request.
RPL also includes an open book challenge test which has to be completed at Ausinet premises under the supervision of a trainer. A booking with Ausinet admin is essential to organise this test.
Course Fees, Payments and Refunds
Instrumentation course Fees paid in Advance
The RTO requires a minimum deposit, which will not exceed $1500 per individual student, prior to Instrumentation course commencement. If the full course fees are below $1500, the full fees may be required to be paid prior to course commencement. Following Instrumentation course commencement, full fees will be required to be paid by either a payment plan (if remaining fees are over $1500), or in full (if the remaining fees are below $1500) for tuition and other services yet to be delivered.
Complaints and Appeals
If a student, trainer or staff member is experiencing any difficulties, they are encouraged to discuss their concerns with Senior Management. The RTO administrative staff will make themselves available at a mutually convenient time if a student wishes to seek assistance. If a Staff member or Student wishes to make a formal complaint they are required to complete a Complaints and Appeals Form, which is included in the Student Handbook. Once the form has been completed, the form should be submitted to the RTO for taking action. Please refer to the Student Handbook for more details on the complaints and appeals process.
The RTO caters to diverse client learning needs and aims to identify and respond to the learning needs of all clients. Clients are encouraged to express their views about their learning needs at all stages of their learning experience from the initial enrolment and induction stage. The RTO will analyse who the target candidates are and whether an individual, a specific group or a broad target group and will determine the key characteristics and needs of candidates.
The RTO is committed to providing clients requiring additional support, advice or assistance while training. To achieve this and to ensure the quality delivery of training and education, The RTO provides client vocational counselling to improve and extend training outcomes. Students are advised to make an appointment with their trainer in the first instance, if required the student can then schedule an appointment with the RTO for further counselling.
RTO’s Training Obligation and Guarantee
Ausinet is committed to provide quality training to all the students. We have best trainer from the industry with Instrumentation qualification and expertise to deliver the Instrumentation course. On successful completion of the course you will receive nationally recognised Instrumentation certificate which meets the AQF i.e. UEE40411 Certificate IV in Electrical-Instrumentation. We deliver training assessment and support services that meet student’s needs, in accordance with student’s rights and obligations. We provide students with timely access to current and accurate records of their participation and progress.
On completion of the Instrumentation course the RTO is responsible for issuance of AQF certification document i.e. UEE40411 Certificate IV in Electrical-Instrumentation
The RTO will guarantee to complete all training and/ or assessment once the student has commenced study in their chosen qualification or course of study, unless the student submits a formal Letter of Withdrawal notifying the RTO that they wish to withdraw.
Contact Details/Trainer Details
Kevin is one of our best trainers and is available on 0468 836 679 during business hours for any Instrumentation training or course related inquiry.
Unit 104, 5 Mccourt Rd, Yarrawonga NT-0830
3 Westlink Court, Westlink Green, Darra, QLD - 4076