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UEE50211

Diploma of Electrical and Instrumentation

(Nationally recognised Training)

Course Title : Diploma of Electrical and Instrumentation Diploma of Electrical and Instrumentation
Course Code : UEE50211 UEE50211
Students per Class : 3 3
Face to Face Practicals 3 Days 3 Days
Home study & Online : 200 hrs (for students with no experience) 200 hrs (for students with no experience)
Prerequisite : Cert III Instrumentation & Control Cert III Instrumentation & Control
Times : 8 am – 6 pm
 1 pm – 8.30 pm
Location : Brisbane Darwin
Course Fees 1500 1500
Subsidy 500 None
Total Fees : $ 1000* $ 1500*
Entry Requirements for UEE50211 Diploma of Electrical Instrumentation

To gain entry into UEE50211 Diploma of Electrical Instrumentation candidates are required to be the holder of an Unrestricted Electrical Licence and have a Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control. A current ‘Unrestricted Electricians’ licence issued in an Australian state or territory or (UEE30811 or equivalent) is required. Students who have completed UEE40411 Cert IV in Electrical Instrumentation and UEE31211 Cert III in Electrical Instrumentation will only have to complete the additional 4 units. Candidates must be reasonably fit as practical work involves a considerable amount of physical activity. A wheelchair user or someone with significant physical disabilities simply may not be able to fulfill the requirement of the course.

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Instrumentation Career

Instrumentation job roles associated with this qualification relate to instrumentation, manufacturing and process control. Possible instrumentation job titles and roles relevant to this qualification include:

plant instrumentation technician

Instrument technician

Plant operator

Process instrumentation Technician

Maintenance Instrumentation Technician

Clients

Clients enrolling in this instrumentation course are typically those electricians who desire to upskill and learn more about instrumentation which is a natural progression to the electrical trade.

Duration

Students have a maximum of 1 year to complete this instrumentation course from the date of enrollment. The assessments must be completed in class under the supervision of the trainer. The instrumentation course has an RPL component and fieldwork component which depends on the student’s experience and exposure to the type of work related to the competency. Regardless of the amount of instrumentation experience students must complete a challenge test to be granted an instrumentation RPL for that particular unit. Proof of 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 may require longer time frames if they do not have experience or exposure to instrumentation 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 instrumentation coursework.

Delivery of competencies

The units are delivered via online and 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 instrumentation course is organized into the following themes

Theory lectures

Assessment

Internet research

Observation

Face to face

Practical tasks

Group work

Activities in a simulated work environment (as per Training Package Requirements)

Each student’s achievement of each 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.

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). RPL takes into consideration the candidates’ previous instrumentation training, work, and life experience. Ausinet trainer/assessor will provide candidates with an 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 an RPL Self-Assessment Guide and instructions on how to prepare a 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.

Download the course brochure from the following link:

https://ausinet.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/UEE50211-Diploma-of-Electrical-and-Instrumentation.pdf

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