Diploma of Electronics & Communication Engineering UEE50511

This program is designed to qualify graduates for employment opportunities at a paraprofessional level in a range of electronics and communication engineering roles. This program develops competencies to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electronic equipment and devices at component/sub-assembly level with options in communications, audio, video and TV, personal computer and networks, security and custom installations


Certification: Issued by Chisholm Institute, Melbourne, Australia; RTO 0260

Regulatory authority: Australian Skills and Quality Authority (ASQA)

Course Type

Full Time

Course Commencement Dates

March 2021

Duration

2 Years

Course Modules

Units

UEENEEA101A

Assemble electronic components | ELECTIVE

UEENEEA102A

Select electronic components for assembly | ELECTIVE

UEENEEC004B

Supply of materials and equipment for electrotechnology projects | ELECTIVE

UEENEEC005B

Estimate electrotechnology projects | ELECTIVE

UEENEEC021B

Competency development activities | CORE

UEENEED104A

Engineering applications on computers | ELECTIVE

UEENEEE038B

Develop a personal competency plan | CORE

UEENEEE101A

OHS in the workplace | CORE

UEENEEE102A

Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components | CORE

UEENEEE104A

Solutions in d.c. circuits | CORE

UEENEEE105A

Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment | ELECTIVE

UEENEEE107A

Drawings, schedules, standards and specifications | ELECTIVE

UEENEEE110A

Energy sector maintenance programs | ELECTIVE

UEENEEE117A

Energy sector OHS policies and procedures | CORE

UEENEEE124A

Produce energy sector reports | ELECTIVE

UEENEEE125A

Engineering solutions for multiple path circuits | ELECTIVE

UEENEEE126A

Solutions to engineering computational problems | ELECTIVE

UEENEEE137A

OHS risks in electrotechnology | CORE

UEENEEH102A

Repair electronic faults by replacement of components | CORE

UEENEEH111A

Troubleshoot single phase input d.c. power supplies | CORE

UEENEEH112A

Troubleshoot digital sub-systems | CORE

UEENEEH113A

Troubleshoot amplifiers in an electronic apparatus | CORE

UEENEEH114A

Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus | CORE

UEENEEH138A

Fault find and repair complex power supplies | CORE

UEENEEH139A

Troubleshoot basic amplifier circuits | CORE

UEENEEH145A

Engineering solutions to analogue electronic problems | ELECTIVE

UEENEEH146A

Solve electronic communications systems | CORE

UEENEEH148A

Design and develop advanced digital systems | ELECTIVE

UEENEEH167A

Commission electronics and communications systems | CORE

UEENEEH168A

Redesign of electronics and communications systems | CORE

UEENEEI155A

Develop programs to control external devices | ELECTIVE

UEENEEI156A

Develop and test code for microcontroller devices | ELECTIVE

UEENEEI157A

Configure and maintain industrial control system networks | ELECTIVE

UEENEEK142A

Environmental and sustainable procedures in the energy sector | CORE

UEENEEK145A

Environmental and sustainable policies and procedures | CORE

BSBWOR502B

Team effectiveness | ELECTIVE

CINEC

*Business English | CORE

Entry Requirements

A minimum of one (1) pass/ “S” at GCE (A/L) in either maths or physics or equivalent

Completion of CINEC engineering foundation program or equivalent

 

English entry criteria: A minimum of GCE (O/L) pass / “S” for English language subject or equivalent

Students completed high school years grade 6 – 13 in English medium will be exempted from meeting the English language criteria including 10 weeks of mandatory ELICOS program

Job Opportunities

Technical Officer (Electronic and Communications Engineering)

Telecommunications Technical Officer

Electronics & Communication Tradesperson

Security System Installer

Business Equipment Technician

Custom Electronics Installations Technician