The Certificate IV in Electrical – Instrumentation provides a pathway for a licensed electrician to gain a nationally recognised qualification in instrumentation. The course provides introductory knowledge and skills in instrumentation and process automation.
This course provides introductory knowledge and skills in instrumentation and process automation.
This qualification is made up of 27 core units and a range of elective units of competency. In order to attain this qualification, some of the units are credit transferred from a student’s electrical trade training. The remaining units are completed in two phases:
On enrolment, participants will be provided with a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Kit for 4 core units of the qualification. The RPL Kit provides guidance through the process of gathering evidence in support of the assessment application. The kit contains questions and recommended documents for submission to provide the assessor with sufficient evidence to determine whether the student is competent in these units.
The classroom component of the course consists of two 5-day blocks of training, scheduled approximately one month apart. The course covers the following topics:
Both components of the course must be successfully completed before the qualification can be issued.
UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology, or equivalent.
Some of the core units of the Certificate IV in Electrical – Instrumentation are credit transferred from the Certificate III in Electrotechnology. Evidence of prior attainment of this qualification or an unrestricted electrical licence will be required.
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This course is intended for qualified electricians seeking to upgrade their qualifications with an initial instrumentation fundamentals training course in an industrial environment.