Diploma of ESI – Power Systems UET50219

This Electrotechnology program develops the skills to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in building and premises, as well as a broad understanding of electrical and telecommunications cabling. You will learn range of high-level skills in design and the skills to work on a variety of electrical installations, including commercial, residential and industrial wiring applications, testing, repair and troubleshooting of electrical and electronic circuits.

In studying Diploma of ESI (Electrical Supply Industry) you will gain specific skills in the design and protection of distribution systems, management and implementation of environmental and sustainable systems in the electrical field, overseeing the construction of electrical substations and related projects within the ESI. It also includes managing personnel, the business aspects of projects and giving specialist advice to deal with day-to-day issues and problems.


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

UEENEEC020B

Electrical work and competency development | CORE

UEENEED101A

Computer applications for energy sector | CORE

UEENEED104A

Engineering software on computers

UEENEEE101A

OHS in the workplace | CORE

UEENEEE102A

Fabricate, assemble & dismantle industry components | CORE

UEENEEE104A

Solve problems in D. C. circuits | CORE

UEENEEE105A

Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment | CORE

UEENEEE107A

Drawings, schedules, codes and specifications

UEENEEE124A

Produce energy sector reports | CORE

UEENEEE125A

Engineering solutions in multiple path circuit | CORE

UEENEEE126A

Solutions to engineering computational problems | CORE

UEENEEE137A

Control OHS risks with electrotechnology | CORE

UEENEEE190A

Engineering drawings using manual drafting and CAD

UEENEEE191A

Drawings using manual drafting and CAD equipment

UEENEEF102A

Cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services | CORE

UEENEEG006A

Solutions in single and three phase low voltage machines | CORE

UEENEEG033A

Solutions in single and three phase low voltage circuits | CORE

UEENEEG063A

Arrange circuits, control and protection for installations | CORE

UEENEEG101A

Solutions in electromagnetic devices and circuits | CORE

UEENEEG102A

Solutions in low voltage a.c. circuits | CORE

UEENEEG103A

Install low voltage wiring and accessories | CORE

UEENEEG104A

Install appliances, switchgear and accessories | CORE

UEENEEG105A

Compliance of low voltage electrical installations | CORE

UEENEEG106A

Terminate cables & cords for low voltage circuits | CORE

UEENEEG107A

Wiring systems and cables for low voltage installations | CORE

UEENEEG108A

Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage circuits | CORE

UEENEEG109A

Develop and connect control circuits | CORE

UEENEEG149A

Engineering solutions to polyphase power circuits | CORE

UEENEEH102A

Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults | ELECTIVE

UEENEEH112A

Troubleshoot digital sub-systems | ELECTIVE

UEENEEH139A

Troubleshoot basic amplifier circuits | ELECTIVE

UEENEEI155A

Programs to control external devices | ELECTIVE

UEENEEK142A

Environmental and sustainability in energy sector | CORE

UETTDREL11A

Sustainable energy and environmental procedures | CORE

UETTDREL16A

Working safely | CORE

UETTDRIS62A

OHS policies, procedures, and programs | CORE

UETTDRIS63A

Environmental & sustainable energy management policies & procedures | CORE

UETTDRIS67A

Solutions in energy supply network equipment | ELECTIVE

UETTDRIS68A

Solutions in energy supply network protection equipment and systems | ELECTIVE

UETTDRTS28A

Repair, test and calibrate protection relays and meters | ELECTIVE

BSBINN502

Build an innovative work environment| ELECTIVE

BSBLED501

Develop a workplace learning environment | ELECTIVE

BSBWOR502

Lead and manage team effectiveness | ELECTIVE

CINEC

*Business English | CORE

Entry Requirements

A minimum of one (1) pass/ “S” at GCE (A/L) in either mathematics 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

  • High Voltage (HV) Substation Project Manager
  • Electricity Supply Industry Senior Systems Operator
  • Power Systems Technical Officer
  • Electrician