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  1. What is the duration of the course?
    The course is spread over 7- 10 week’s highly intensive part time night study.
    For students wishing to do a full time the course begins every Mondays. There are home assignments and video lectures which they can follow.
  2. I have instrumentation experience do I still have to do 7 weeks, Can I finish early?
    If you are experienced you can finish the course early as you may be eligible for RPL. In the past highly experienced students have finished the course in 2 weeks.
  3. What if I miss a day?
    You will have to catch up with trainer and complete the assignment next day. Some topics have prerequisites so you won’t be able to progress to the next topic if you miss more than a week
  4. Can I do Cert III and Cert IV at the same time?
    Yes, the number of days per week will increase to 6, Alternatively the course could extend another two to three weeks depending on your capability
  5. Is there a discount to do both courses?
    Yes, 10% of the next course
  6. I don’t have Cert IV can I still enrol for Cert III?
    Yes, just means you will be enrolling into both courses which will double the assessments and practicals you have to do
  7. Is there a lot of homework assignments?
    The assessments for home are minimal unless you like to finish the course early. You will be given reading material and videos so that the in-class lectures don’t feel too intensive if you are new to the concepts of instrumentation. If you are experienced you can finish assignments during theory time and reduce the duration of the course
  8. Is funding available?
    Every individual circumstances are different, Call office for clarification
  9. Is this a dual trade qualification?
    Like any other vocational course this is a competency based training. If you demonstrate the required skills and knowledge along with the defined performance criteria for the nominal hours you will be deemed qualified
  10. Is the course duration fixed? Will everyone finish in 7-10 weeks?
    No, Everyone one comes with different level of knowledge. Some students may not finish in the allocated time as they could be inexperienced or have less grasping abilities of the concepts. Youwon’t walk away with a certificate just because you have attended the course and paid the fees. If one cannot demonstrate the required skills and knowledge along with the defined performance criteria for the nominal hours you won’t be rewarded with the qualification
  11. I am not good at Mathematics. Can I still do the course
    You don’t have to be an expert at Math but you must know the basics. This should have been covered during your Electrical apprenticeship. Basic concepts such as addition, division, multiplication, square roots, transposition of formula and such are required to complete this course. If you know how to calculate maximum demand and fault loop impedance then you are on your way. Let the trainer know If you require a Math refresher so you are not struggling in the class
  12. I have done my Cert 4 in Instrumentation but I can’t remember anything as it was online and I just googled the answers
    It is imperative to have the Cert 4 knowledge as it’s a prerequisite for the Cert 3 topics. You will need to do a Cert 4 refresher which is a part of this course and included in the cost
    1. Do I have to complete a log book?
      One has to demonstrate minimum 285 hours of previous or current instrumentation experience to achieve a Cert 3 qualification. The log book will be provided by Ausinet with complete instructions. Ask if you wish to organise traineeship for the hours
  13. Will I learn Instrument commissioning?
    This course has been focused on OIL and GAS sector which covers instrument commissioning and troubleshooting as a part of the modules. Commissioning a plant is one of the most important skills when it comes to employability.
  14. I have done my Cert 3 Instrumentation with another company but I haven’t learnt anything. Can I get a discount to repeat the course with your organisation as I have just paid more than $5000 which was a waste?
    The best we can do is give you a 20% discount to repeat the course with us. We won’t be issuing another certificate as you already have one.
  15. Why is the course so long?
    The course involves lots of essential practical and theory knowledge which cannot be covered in any less time. It’s not a Childcare or Security guard course which can be done in one day. Think of it this way if you had to do a full time course you would have to take annual leave or unpaid leave in addition to the course fees. This way it’s the fees only. There are other organizations which deliver this course in shorter periods. One can only imagine what you will learn there! I would recommend talking to those students so you get a feedback.
  16. Is there many practical’s?
    The course is practical based. But the theory to back the practical’s will be covered in the first stage. There are many optional practicals available to sharpen your skills. It would be a good idea to do the optional practicals to make sure that it becomes second nature.
  17. Is the course too difficult?
    Depends on your interpretation of difficult. If like to upskill and gain knowledge to advance your career then you will put in the hard work so it becomes easy. If you are person who is inquisitive, likes tinkering, won’t stop until its fixed then this course is definitely for you.
  18. Your course is expensive. I have found another company that does it cheaper?
    There are only a handful of organizations in Australia that are genuinely interested in delivering the course. If you have just completed your Cert 4 in instrumentation and you still feel lost then you have done the course through one of those “Incompetent” RTOs. Those companies are giving away certificates for money. To them you are just a number.Lot of these courses have been designed by inexperienced school teachers or engineers who have never done any work in the field. At Australian institute of Electro technology we take pride in our trade. Our trainers have 20 years’ experience in the field. They are subject matter experts. This course also covers process plant commissioning content as a part of this course. In effect the course fees for Cert III in instrumentation and control is lot less than what you would expect for a course of this calibre. Again get feedback from the students that are doing those courses and you will come to know the difference. Another test would be to check their instrumentation knowledge after you have finished your course. Your knowledge and employability will be better than the other students.
  19. What’s so special about the Australian Institute of Electro technology? Why should I do the course with you?
    From sketching a concept and then building it to completion, in this intensive course you will learn all about instrumentation and lead you down the path to gain more knowledge. On completion you will get a Certificate which is highly valid in the industry. Most of the course is Industry based assignments which will give you the experience to hit the ground running. The assessments are written by industry experts and not by someone who has never been in the field. There are many courses out there that expect you learn everything from just the theory assignmentswe all know that’s not now a tradesman learns. You can never learn to ride a bike by reading a book. The main focus of the course is empowering you with tools for achieving greater success. At the Australian institute of Electro technology the trainer is not here to tell you war stories instead he will be there to step you through the journey of transformation from a sparky to an competent instrument technician
    Unlike other training organizations Australian institute of technology is a specialized training organization and we only deliver Electro technology courses. As you have noticed we don’t deliver anything that is not related to our field. We are not just another training company. Our trainers are specialist in Electrical Instrumentation and Automation. They are subject matter experts. Our courses are reviewed by industry experts every 3 months.
    Once again welcome on board and congratulations on making an informed decision for the growth of your electrical instrumentation career. Call(08) 6244 2575 or speak to our trainer who will assist any further queries about this course
    *Above Information is subject the change call office for latest updates

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