NAT10809 Course in Electrician Minimum Australian Context Gap

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Course Description

The NAT10809 Course in Electrician – Minimum Australian Context Gap is the delivery and assessment of six core units designed to bridge the gap of an electrical qualification to the standards required of a UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician in Australia. This is most commonly utilised by overseas electricians seeking an Australian electrical licence once emigrated.

Completing this qualification alone will not grant the learner a UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician. To achieve this qualification the learner must also complete the elective units and e-profiling requirements as per the training packaging requirements. Details on how to obtain these requirements can be found below.

Only on successful completion of the total requirements, will the learner be eligible for a UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician and will be able to apply for an unrestricted electrical licence allowing them to perform electrical work in Australia.

Delivery Models

PEER offers flexibility to suit the learners needs:

  • Blended approach – Predominantly a self-paced remote learning platform with a face-to-face practical assessment prior to completion.

Blended Approach

The theory components of units NAT10809001 – NAT10809005 are delivered remotely, online. They are self-paced with a completion guideline of 80 hours depending on the learner’s personal circumstances.

The practical components of NAT10809001 – NAT10809005 along with both theory and practical components of NAT10809006 are delivered face to face at PEER in Adelaide.

The learner will have direct contact with a PEER trainer for any concerns during normal business hours.

PEER also offers an online system to allow students to communicate together outside of business hours.

PREREQUISITES FOR ENTRY INTO THIS COURSE

Entrants to the NAT10809 Course in Electrician – Minimum Australian Context Gap must:

  • Hold an Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR) for a UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology (Electrician) (or successor)
  • Hold a provisional/restricted licence 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 for Rescue and Resuscitation course (HLTAID001) and Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation and UETTDRRF06B Perform rescue from a live LV panel

Download the Course Outline and Information here

HOW TO APPLY?

To apply and book a spot for the next intake email us at PEER customerservice@peer.com.au

For more information on the course structure and your eligibility please email the MACG team macg@peer.com.au

Alternatively call us on 8348 1200

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"Both our PEER Trainers and Assessors have completed this course as skilled migrants themselves. Completing this training will give you a nationally recognised electrical licence, and open the doors to work in Australia as an Electrician"

PETER NOLAN
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


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