CPCCWHS1001 – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

CPCCWHS1001 – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry

This unit of competency specifies the mandatory work health and safety training required prior to
undertaking construction work. The unit requires the person to demonstrate personal awareness and
knowledge of health and safety legislative requirements in order to work safely and prevent injury
or harm to self and others. It covers identifying and orally reporting common construction hazards,
understanding basic risk control measures, and identifying procedures for responding to potential
incidents and emergencies. It also covers correctly selecting and fitting common personal
protective equipment (PPE) used for construction work.

This unit meets the general construction induction training requirements of:

• Part 1.1 Definitions and Part 6.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety Regulations;

• Division 11 of Part 3 of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 for Western
Australia; and

• Division 3 of Part 5.1 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 for Victoria.

It is expected that site-specific induction training will be conducted prior to conducting
construction work.

Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit. Relevant work
health and safety state and territory regulatory authorities should be consulted to confirm
jurisdictional requirements.

Pre-Requisites:

No Pre-Requisite is required for this unit.

Course Duration:

Approximately up to a one day course depending on class size (7:30am start)

Course Delivery;

Face-to-Face on campus training

Course Dates:

Please click on the following link for available course dates:
http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Dates:

Please click on the following link for available course dates:
http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Fee:

$15– If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding (CSQ will fund $70) while available
$85 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $70.
Conditions apply to eligible applicants.
Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility
requirements

Students will finish with a Government White Card. Photographic ID will need to be provided.

Health and Safety Representative Training Course

electrogroup

 

WHSQHSRNCB01- Health and Safety Representative Training Course

(5 day course)

Course overview

This course will provide participants with information and skills that will assist HSRs to carry out their role and functions under the WHS legislation including:

  • an understanding of the work health and safety (WHS) legislation
  • an understanding of how it applies to their role as elected HSRs and deputy HSRs; and
  • the knowledge and skills necessary to use their additional powers under the WHS legislation to issue PINs and direct that unsafe work cease.

The course is intended to assist HSRs in understanding their roles and functions and how the WHS legislation will influence health and safety outcomes in their workplace. The course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to fulfil their role as HSRs.

Course learning outcomes

The aims of this course are to provide HSRs with information and skills relating to:

  • WHS legislative framework
  • the role and functions of WHSQ and their interaction with HSRs
  • duties and responsibilities of PCBUs, officers, workers and other parties under the legislation
  • the nature of the consultation process with workers as required of the primary PCBU by the WHS Act
  • the purpose and formation of a workgroup (or workgroups) within the workplace
  • election process for HSRs/Deputy HSRs and disqualification provisions
  • Health and Safety Committees (HSCs)
  • the entitlements, rights and protections of an elected HSR/Deputy HSR
  • using negotiation, communication and problem-solving skills and strategies as a HSR to represent a work group and to resolve work health and safety issues
  • risk management and the use of risk controls, including the duties and responsibilities of various PCBUs under the legislation
  • how HSRs can use their functions and powers to contribute to risk management activities in the workplace
  • PINs and the right to cease, or direct the cessation of, unsafe work.

 

Participants must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Provide 100 points of ID
  • Must attend all 5 days
  • Must be HSRs or deputy HSRs elected under the WHS Act.

Please refer to Section 72 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (Commonwealth) for PCBU’s obligations to train HSRs. Electrogroup Training Queensland is a QLD Government approved training provider

Pre-Requisites:

Persons eligible for WHSQ HSR Training are HSRs or deputy HSRs elected under the WHS Act.

Course Duration:

5 days on Campus

Course Dates:

Please click on the link below for available course dates

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Fee:

$510– If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding (while available)

$750 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $240. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72  for more  information  on  eligibility requirements

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CSQ Enrolment Form SCG V4.2

Training Enrolment Form (NON FUNDED)

Certification

Participants will receive a Workplace Health and Safety Queensland, Health and Safety Representative Training Course certificate. This certificate is issued by Electrogroup Training Qld RTO # 30185 as a Queensland Government approved training provider.

Qualified Technical Person (QTP) Course:

Qualified Technical Person (QTP) Course:

UEENEEG122A Conduct Compliance Inspection of LV Electrical Installations Single Phase and with demand exceeding 100A Per Phase:

UEENEEG123A A Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

UEENEEG197A Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations:

 

UEENEEG122A Conduct Compliance Inspection of LV Electrical Installations Single Phase and with demand exceeding 100A Per Phase:

UEENEEG123A A Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

This is an accredited course. These units are part of the package for QTP nominees who must hold a current Queensland electrical mechanic work licence and must have completed, within the last three years;

  • UEENEEG197A – Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations
  • UEENEEG122A – Conduct Compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations, AND
  • UEENEEG123A – Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

Day 1: UEENEEG122A Conduct compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations

This unit covers inspection of single phase domestic installations for demand not exceeding 100 A for varying compliance with electrical safety regulations. It encompasses working safely, conducting tests and inspections, documenting non-compliance defects, taking/recommending actions resulting from non-compliance defects, applying regulatory requirements and completing inspection reports.

Enterprise customer relations protocols encompassing:

  • Purpose of customer relations
  • Procedures for dealing with customers
  • Dealing with customer issues

Electricity regulatory safety requirements encompassing:

  • Regulatory requirements for ensuring the safety and integrity of electrical installations.

Regulatory requirements are relative to the jurisdiction for which competency is sought

  • Types and scope of electrical inspections and safety audits
  • Authority of electrical inspectors

Electrical installations, single phase inspections encompassing:

  • Scope of inspection of single phase installations.
  • Processes for inspection of single supply arrangements, main switchboard and earthing
  • Actions and procedures for dealing with non-compliance defects.

Day 2: UEENEEG123A Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

This unit covers inspection of general electrical installations for verifying compliance with electrical safety regulations. It encompasses working safely, conducting tests and inspections, documenting non-compliance defects, taking/recommending actions resulting from non-compliance defects, applying regulatory requirements and completing inspection reports.

Electrical installations, inspections and safety compliance audits  of multiphase LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase encompassing:

Inspection types and their scope:

  • inspection of general electrical installations, special electrical installations, hazardous areas installations, safety audits and investigations.
  • Inspection procedures
  • Processes for confirming that performance standards have been met.
  • Actions and procedures for dealing with non-compliance defect

Students will also need to complete an assignment before attending college.

Duration:                  2 Days; 7:30am to 4.00pm

Course dates:          Please select the following link for course dates:

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Locations:                Electrogroup, 9 Railway Terrace, Rocklea, Brisbane QLD 4106

Registration:            Complete enrolment form

Electrical Contractors Licence Enrolment Form v4.3

Course Fee:

$305 If you are eligible for CSQ Funding-while available (CSQ will fund $685)

$990 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $685. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72  for more information on eligibility requirements

Students will receive a ‘Certificate of Attainment’ after successful completion of this course

For the separate course on UEENEEG197A – Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations, refer to the information below.

 

UEENEEG197A Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations:

This unit covers current practices in working safely and verifying compliance of electrical installations that affect the currency of competencies held as well as an overview of the Queensland Electrical Safety Act and Regulations. It encompasses working safely, procedures for rescue from contact with live parts and for applying emergency first aid. It also encompasses current practices in visual inspections and mandatory compliance testing, identifying non-compliance defects and mandatory
reporting requirements.

Pre-Requisites:

Competency in this unit can only be gained by persons who hold a current ‘Unrestricted Electrician’s Licence’ issued in an Australian State or Territory.

Students will also need to complete a pre-reading.

Course Duration:

One day Course

Course Dates:

For course dates please select the following link

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Fee:

$240 – If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund $240)

$480 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

*Different costs apply for those enrolling under Section 64c. Please advise when enrolling and availability of course dates can be different. A copy of your disciplinary letter may need to be provided.

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $240. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

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Electrical Contractors Licence Enrolment Form v4.3

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment.

 

Qualified Business Person (QBP) Course

Qualified Business Person (QBP) Course

BSBSMB401A- Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business

UEENEEG175A- Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business

UEENEEE101A- Apply Occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

 

BSBSMB401A- Electrical Contracting focus: Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify and comply with the regulatory, legal, taxation and insurance requirements, and risk management needs of small and medium businesses.

Specific legal requirements apply to the management of a small and medium businesses.

The unit is suitable for existing micro and small businesses or setting up a new business.

This unit outcome:

  • Identify appropriate legal business structures to meet the requirements of small to medium businesses in an electrical contracting context.
  • recognise legal and regulatory requirements of small business.
  • develop policies and procedures to ensure compliance with relevant legal and regulatory requirements of small business.
  • arrange and negotiate contracts in the context of a small to medium electrical contracting  business.

Qualified Business Person:

This unit is part of the requirements for people who are applying for an electrical contractor’s licence from the Electrical Safety Office (ESO) to become a Qualified Business Person (QBP).

Pre-Requisites:

No Pre-Requisite is required for this unit.

Students will need to complete an assignment before course commencement.

Course Duration:

One day Course

Course Dates:

Please click on the following link for available course dates:

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Fee:

$80– If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund $360)

$440- Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

*Different costs apply for those enrolling under Section 64c

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $360. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

Sign up now:

Electrical Contractors Licence Enrolment Form v4.3

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment.

For the separate unit as part of the Qualified Business Person (QBP) requirements: UEENEEG175A Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business, refer to the information below.

UEENEEG175A- Qualified Business Person (QBP): Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business

This unit covers the development of plans and policies to ensure regulatory requirements are met in conducting a contracting business, regulatory compliance, occupational and workplace relation requirements associated with functions and responsibilities of a contracting business. It encompasses applying knowledge of compliance regulations and standards, legislated obligations in relation to safety, the environment, heritage sites and employment and human resources.

Pr-Requisites:

Granting competency in this unit shall be made only after competency in the following unit has been confirmed.

UEENEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace.

Students will also need to complete an assignment before course commencement. Basic Literacy and Computer skills are required for this course.

Course Duration:

One day

Course Dates:

Please select the following link for course dates

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Fee:

$50 – If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund $750)

$800 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

*Different costs apply for those enrolling under Section 64c

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $750. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

Sign up now

Electrical Contractors Licence Enrolment Form v4.3

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment.

UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

This unit specifies the mandatory requirements of occupational health and safety and how they apply to the various electrotechnology work functions. It encompasses responsibilities for health and safety, risk management processes at all operative levels and adherence to safety practices as part of the normal way of doing work.

Pre-Requisites:

No Pre-Requisite is required for this unit.

Course Duration:

One day Course

Course Dates:

Please click on the following link for available course dates:

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Fee:

$240 – If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund $240)

$480 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $240. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

Sign up now:

Electrical Contractors Licence Enrolment Form v4.3

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment.

 

Electrical Contractors Licence Queensland Training Course for Qualified Business Person (QBP) and Qualified Technical Person (QTP)

UEENEEG197A – Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations

UEENEEG175A – Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business

UEENEEG122A – Conduct compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations

UEENEEG123A – Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

UEENEEE101A- Apply Occupational health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

BSBSMB401A – Establish legal and risk management requirements

of small business     

                                                                      

Electrical Contractors Licence Queensland Training Course for Qualified Business Person (QBP) and Qualified Technical Person (QTP)

This course provides units requirements for people who are applying for an electrical contractor’s licence from the Electrical Safety Office (ESO) to become a Qualified Business Person (QBP) and Qualified Technical Person (QTP).

Pre-Requisites:

Must be a holder of a Nationally Recognised Unrestricted Electrical license

Students will need to complete pre-reading and assignments for units below before course commencement for:

UEENEEG197A – Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations – pre-reading required

UEENEEG175A – Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business – Students will also need to complete an assignment before attending college.

BSBSMB401A – Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business – Students will also need to complete an assignment before attending college

UEENEEG122A – Conduct compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations and UEENEEG123A – Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase – Students will also need to complete an assignment before attending college.

Course Duration:

Five day (one week) Course

Course Dates:

Please click on the following link for available course dates

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Sign up now:

Electrical Contractors Licence Enrolment Form v4.3

Course Fee:

$795 If you are eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund $1,915)

$2,710.00 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

Or contact us on Eligibility for Funding for Specific Units

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $1,915. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72  for more information on eligibility requirements

For the separate units as part of the Qualified Business Person (QBP) and Qualified Technical Person (QTP) refer to the information for each individual unit on the below link

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/category/courses/

Initial Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) & Low Voltage Switchboard Recuse

 

 

 

HLTAID001/ UETTDRRF06B

 

Initial Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) & Low Voltage Switchboard Recuse

Training and assessment of this essential skill set for all electricians and trades assistants. All students involved in electrical work which is required to maintain skill levels in low voltage rescue procedures as part of their duties. This CPR & LVR course is specifically designed to provide students with the knowledge and practical skills to perform a safe rescue of a casualty who has received an electric shock or other injuries while working on low voltage conductors or equipment (LVR).

Pre-Requisites:

Not Applicable

Course Duration:

4 Hours

12pm-4pm

Course dates:

Please select the following link for course dates

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Course Fee:

$20 If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund $50 for LVR Component only)

$70 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

*Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $50 for LVR component only. Conditions apply to eligible applicants

Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

Sign up now:

CSQ Enrolment Form SCG V4.2        Training Enrolment Form (NON FUNDED)

What competencies will be delivered in the course?

Core Units

HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

UETTDRRF06B Perform rescue from a live LV panel

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment and card for initial course.

 

Electrical Estimating and Tendering Training Course

UEENEEC005B  Estimate electrotechnology projects

UEENEEC003B  Provide quotations for installation or service jobs

UEENEEC009B  Provide quotations for inspection and compliance audit services

 

ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING AND TENDERING TRAINING COURSE

This accredited training course enables Electricians, Supervisors and Project Managers, Electrical Contractors and Business Owners to work from Small Quotes to Large Tenders.

Included in this course for use during training:

  • FREE Access to PDF Screen Take-off Software and measuring wheel for manual take-offs.
  • FREE Access to Electrical Estimating Software.

Students will also need to complete an assignment before attending college.

 Duration:            3 Days; 7:30am to 4.00pm

Course dates:    Please select the following link for course dates

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Location:            Electrogroup, 9 Railway Terrace, Rocklea, Brisbane QLD 4106

Registration:      Complete enrolment form

Electrical Estimating and Tendering Training Course Enrolment Form

Course Fee:

$277 If you are eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund the remainder)

Full Fee Value $1,252 – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

$690 Electrogroup Course Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for CSQ Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $975. Conditions apply to eligible applicants.

Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72  for more information on eligibility requirements

Students will receive a ‘Certificate of Attainment’ after successful completion of this course

Sign up now:

CSQ Enrolment Form SCG V4.2

Course Outline:

The Key benefits you will gain from this training are:

 Easily respond to constant changes in construction methods, tools, equipment and still produce fast accurate estimates

  • Ability to read electrical plans and complete electrical take-offs with precision
  • Increased profitability
  • Improved negotiating skills
  • Makes estimating easy – so you can save time and win more work
  • Simplify the entire electrical estimating and tendering process in your business and projects

Electrical Estimating and Tendering Process

Electrical Estimating Process deals with the essential components of estimating and is designed to give the participants an introduction to the following:

  • Preparation of a quotations and tenders from plans and specifications
  • Quantity take-offs manually and PDF on-screen
  • Material and Labour pricing Costing the job
  • Tender Breakdown of costs
  • Tender submission letter
  • Life cycle costing analysis
  • Documenting estimations and costing.
  • Evaluating estimates and costs

Small Electrical Installation or Service Jobs Quotations and Quotations for Inspection and Compliance Audit Services

Understanding of installation or service jobs quotations and inspection and compliance audit services quotations to an extent indicated by the following aspects:

  • Enterprise communication methods
  • Work activities records
  • Enterprise customer relations
  • Costing methods in an enterprise
  • Costing small jobs

 Electrical Estimating and Tendering Domestic Project

As a participant you will do practical work which includes pricing the electrical installation of a domestic installation and preparing the documentation for a quotation submission including:

  • Preparation of a domestic quotation from plans and specifications
  • Quantity take-offs
  • Material and Labour pricing Costing the job
  • Quotation Breakdown of costs
  • Quotation submission letter
  • Documenting quotation and costing.
  • Evaluating quotation and costs
  • Document and Submit Quotation

Electrical Estimating and Tendering Commercial / Light Industrial Project

This session will consist of a more detailed process and essentially will be the preparation of a tender submission for a medium sized commercial/light industrial installation; complete a quotation and tender letter using the electrical estimating software with review and completion of the tender will include the following elements:

  • Purpose and sources of a tender
  • Documents supplied with a tender
  • Typical special conditions included in a tender
  • Tender submission requirements
  • Ascertain Extent of the Project and Tender Requirements
  • Estimate Project and Assemble Tender Submission
  • Document and Submit Tender

Electrical Estimating and Tendering Training Course Requirements

 Essential electrical estimating tools are:

  • Laptop Computer to accept Microsoft Word and Excel programs
  • USB Drive
  • Scale Ruler with common scales of 1:100; 1:200; 1:500 etc
  • Metric Scale Map measuring wheel for measuring lengths of cables, cable ladder/tray, conduit etc. (Electrogroup to supply for class use only)
  • Highlight pens of various colours.
  • Pencils and eraser
  • Black or blue pen
  • Standard Calculator
  • AS/NZS3000 Wiring Rules
  • AS/NZS3008 Electrical installations – Selection of cables
  • Access to Internet for sending and receiving emails and use File Sharing Software such as DropBox.

Open Cabler Registration

Nationally_Recognised_TrainingICTCBL237

Open Cabler Registration

This course is for telecommunications, security, data, fire protection and audiovisual installers to gain their ACMA Open Registration / previously known as Austel Licence.

Pre-Requisites:

  • ICTWHS204 Follow work health and safety and environmental policies and procedures
  • ICTTEN201 Use electrical skills in telecommunications work

Or equivalent

Course Duration:

Five day Course

Course Dates:

Brisbane – Rocklea Campus

Please select the following link for course dates:

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Rockhampton Campus

TBA

Course Fee:

$40– If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available

(CSQ will fund $480 for the ICTCBL236 competency and an additional $480 for the ICTCBL237 competency)

$1000 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $480 for the ICTCBL236 and $480 for the ICTCB237 Competency. Total CSQ funding $960) Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

Sign up now

CSQ Enrolment Form SCG V4.2

Training Enrolment Form (NON FUNDED)

What competencies will be delivered in the course?

Core Units

ICTCBL236 –  Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Restricted Rule

ICTCBL237 – Install, maintain and modify customer premises communications cabling: ACMA Open Rule

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment

Combined Coax, Structured and Optical Fibre

Nationally_Recognised_TrainingICTCBL303/ICTCBL301/ICTCBL302

Combined Coax, Structured and Optical Fibre

This telecommunications course builds on Optical Fibre, Coaxial and Structured Cabling.

Optical Fibre:

This course will provide participants with the underpinning knowledge and skills to work with optical fibre telecommunications cabling.

By completing this course, learners will gain the necessary specialist competency (previously known as endorsement) to undertake optical fibre cabling work.

The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s (ACMA) new cabling provider rules require technicians undertaking structured cabling work to complete this competency.

Coaxial Cabling;

This course covers the installation and termination of coaxial cabling in the customer premises environment.

Structured Cabling;

This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge to install, terminate and certify structured cabling.

By completing these courses, learners will gain the necessary specialist competency (previously known as endorsement) to undertake coaxial cabling and structured cabling work. The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s (ACMA) new cabling provider rules require technicians undertaking coaxial cabling and structured cabling work to complete this competency.

Pre-Requisites:

Learners with an Open Cabler Registration qualify to receive the coaxial cabling specialist competency (endorsement).

Course Duration:

Four Day Course

Course Dates:

Brisbane – Rocklea Campus

Please select the following link for course dates:

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Rockhampton Campus

TBA

Course Fee:

$218 If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund the Structured Cabling and Optical Fibre units only)

$900 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $682. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

Sign up now

CSQ Enrolment Form SCG V4.2

Training Enrolment Form (NON FUNDED)

What competencies will be delivered in the course?

Core Units

ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation

ICTCBL302 Install and terminate optical fibre cable on customer premises

ICTCBL303 Install and terminate coaxial cable

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment

Coaxial and Structured Cabling Only

Nationally_Recognised_Training

ICTCBL303/ICTCBL301

Coaxial and Structured Cabling Only

This course allows technicians to obtain a specialist competency (endorsement) to undertake structured telecommunications cabling work. It also covers the installation and maintenance of coaxial cabling in the customer premises environment and provides for the Coaxial Cabling endorsement for those who hold Open Cabler Registration.

Coaxial Cabling;

This course covers the installation and termination of coaxial cabling in the customer premises environment.

Structured Cabling;

This course provides learners with the skills and knowledge to install, terminate and certify structured cabling.

By completing these courses, learners will gain the necessary specialist competency (previously known as endorsement) to undertake coaxial cabling and structured cabling work. The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s (ACMA) new cabling provider rules require technicians undertaking coaxial cabling and structured cabling work to complete this competency.

Pre-Requisites:

Learners with an Open Cabler Registration qualify to receive the coaxial cabling specialist competency (endorsement).

Course Duration:

Two day Course

Course Dates:

Brisbane – Rocklea Campus

Please select the following link for course dates

http://www.electrogroup.com.au/new-course-dates-2019-2020/

Rockhampton Campus

TBA

Course Fee:

$50– If you are Eligible for CSQ Funding- while available (CSQ will fund the Structured Cabling unit only)

$560 Full Fee – If you are NOT Eligible for Funding

 

 

Fee is calculated through a Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) funded subsidy of $480. Conditions apply to eligible applicants. Go to http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?id=49&v=72 for more information on eligibility requirements

Sign up now

CSQ Enrolment Form SCG V4.2

Training Enrolment Form (NON FUNDED)

What competencies will be delivered in the course?

Core Units

ICTCBL301 Install, terminate and certify structured cabling installation

ICTCBL303 Install and terminate coaxial cable

*Students will complete with a statement of attainment