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Second Year Electrotech

Course Title

Certificate II Electrotechnology Career Start - continuing


Southern Adelaide and Fleurieu Trade School

Host Organisation

Hallett Cove School

Course Length

2 semesters (1 year)
1 day per week for a full year—commences Week 2, Term 1


This qualification has been designed to enable students to have a taste of the electrotechnology industry as a whole. This course will provide an entry point for students wishing to gain entry into an apprenticeship and comprises of classroom based study, workshop practicals, one major written project and four weeks of self-organised work experience.


University Pathways: Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic), Construction Management and Electronics, Engineering (Computer Systems).

TAFE Pathways: Business Equipment, Computer Systems Equipment, Custom Electronics Installations, Data and Voice Communications, Appliance Servicing, Electrical Machine Repair, Switchgear and Control Gear, Electrotechnology Electrician, Electronics and Communications. Career Options: Electrician, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic, Electronic Trades Worker, Electrical Engineering Drafts People and Technicians, Electrical Engineer.


Completed first year units of competency. Steel capped boots.

Delivery Location(s)

Hallett Cove School

Gledsdale Road, Hallett Cove SA 5158

Phone: 8392 1020

Dates and Times

36 weekly sessions at Hallett Cove School on Tuesdays from 08:00 until 04:00
1 day per week for a full year—commences Week 2, Term 1

Work Placement

20 days
4 weeks self-organised structured work placement during term breaks

SACE Details

SACE Stage 1, 20 SACE credits


Certificate II (National code UEE22011)


PEER VEET (National Code 7027)




Apply environmentally and sustainable energy procedures in the energy sector (20 nominal hours)



Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities (20 nominal hours)



Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment (20 nominal hours)



Solve problems in d.c circuits (80 nominal hours)

Training Cost

To be advised
TGSS funded, upon meeting eligibility requirements

Other Costs

$200.00 including GST

Selection Process

Must attend information session to be held in Term 4.

Orientation Details

WHS requirements