10809NAT – Course in Electrician – Minimum Australian Context Gap

10809NAT – Course in Electrician – Minimum Australian Context Gap

Price

$7,200

(Tuition fee) Additional material $500 and $100 enrolment fees apply.

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Our nationally recognized industry-leading 10809NAT Gap Training provides the Minimum Australian Context Gap training to skilled migrants holding an OTSR (Offshore Technical Skills Record). If you are an overseas Electrician looking to catch up on the Australian standards and regulations, this is the right course for you.

The course includes units that will assist the student to understand how to apply Australian Work Health and Safety practices in the electrical workplace, Document and apply control measures for Australian electrical workplace hazards and risks, apply Australian standards and requirements to solve LV a.c. circuits/systems problems and select protection devices and systems for low voltage circuits and apparatus.

NAT 10809 Course in Electrician Minimum Australian Context Gap training course.

Overseas trained Electricians that hold a current Overseas Technical Skills Record (OTSR) are best placed to enter this course. The trade interview and skills test usually done through VETASSESS or Futureskills. They will hold a provisional License and are registered on Exemplar Profiling system to record their hours of work in Australia to build a record of 12-months work experience. Electricians that have already been working in Australia for 12 months can also fill out a detailed Previous Work Record (PWR) that can suffice.

STC is running an intense, blended course online and face to face that will require a commitment to study, attending training, and practical sessions (see below). This will get you through in the fastest possible time.

Weeks

Date

Day

Time in: (AEST)

Time in: (AEST)

Unit


Class / Practical

 

Week 1

16/04/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009001

Online

 

Week 2

23/04/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009001 + NAT108009002

Online

 

Week 3

29/04/2024

Monday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009003

Practical

 

30/04/2024

Tuesday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009003

Practical

 

 

30/04/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009002

Online

 

01/05/2024

Wednesday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009004

 

Practical

 

 

02/05/2024

Thursday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009004

Practical

 

Week 4

06/05/2024

Monday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009005

Practical

 

 

07/05/2024

Tuesday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009005

Practical

 

08/05/2024

Wednesday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009005

Practical

 

 

09/05/2024

Thursday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009005

Practical

 

Week 5 

14/05/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009003

Online

 

 

16/05/2024

Thursday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009003

Online

 

Week 6 

21/05/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009004

Online

 

 

23/05/2024

Thursday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009004

Online

 

Week 7 

28/05/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009005

Online

 

 

30/05/2024

Thursday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009005

Online

 

Week 8 

03/06/2024

Monday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

 

 

04/06/2024

Tuesday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

 

 

05/06/2024

Wednesday

8.00 AM

12.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

 

 

05/06/2024

Wednesday

12.00 PM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

Student only has to
attend 1 of the following days

 

06/06/2024

Thursday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

Week 9

10/06/2024

Monday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

 

11/06/2024

Tuesday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

 

12/06/2024

Wednesday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

 

13/06/2024

Thursday

8.00 AM

4.00 PM

NAT108009006

Practical

Week 10

18/06/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009006

Online

 

 

20/06/2024

Thursday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009006

Online

 

Week 11

25/06/2024

Tuesday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009007 + NAT108009013

Online

 

 

27/06/2024

Thursday

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

NAT108009013

Online

 

KEY:
UKT – Unit Knowledge Test (Theory Assessment done on online portal)
UST – Unit Skills Test (Practical Assessment done on campus)

  • NAT10809001 Apply Australian Work Health and Safety practices in the electrical workplace
  • NAT10809002 Document and apply control measures for Australian electrical workplace hazards and risks
  • NAT10809003 Apply Australian standards and requirements to solve LV a.c. circuits/systems problems
  • NAT10809004 Select protection devices and systems for low voltage circuits and apparatus
  • NAT10809005 Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage electrical installations
  • NAT10809006 Verify compliance, functionality, and aspects critical to the safety of electrical installations
  • NAT10809007 Use computer applications for electrical work in Australia
  • NAT10809014 Select wiring systems and cables for special low voltage electrical installations
  • NAT10809015 Install and maintain Australian electrical safety services

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After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify occupational health and safety hazard and risks and documenting control measures. It encompasses identifying workplace hazards, assigning levels of risk, developing control measures to eliminate and/or mitigate risks, reviewing risk control measures and maintaining documentation of hazards, risk control measures and their application in accordance with compliance procedures.
  • Inspect and test to verify whether an electrical installation is safe and complies with all requirements. It encompasses working safely, visual inspections and mandatory, optional, and functional testing following verification procedures, identifying non-compliance defects and mandatory reporting requirements.
  • Select wiring systems and cables for electrical installations operating at voltages up to 1,000V a.c. or 1,500 V d.c
  • Execute safe working practices, multi-phase circuit arrangements, issues related to fault protection, power factor and multiple earthed neutral (MEN) systems and solutions to circuit problems derived from calculated and measured parameters.

Applicants must:

  • Minimum language, literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Hold an Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR) for a UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (or successor)
  • Hold a provisional/restricted license issued by the regulatory authority responsible for regulating electrical work and licensing of workers in the jurisdiction where the training will take place.
  • Be engaged (employed) as an electrical worker or have access to a workplace environment that replicates workplace conditions
  • Hold a certificate of currency for resuscitation (CPR) within the last twelve months with a valid statement of attainment.
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