This nationally recognised "hands-on" course covers the safety testing of electrical cord equipment and cord assemblies to AS/NZS3760 requirements. It encompasses working safely, using portable apparatus tester, identifying faults, applying tagging, arranging for repair of faulty equipment and the completion of testing documentation.
The course is delivered over 2 days and covers “UEENEEP026A Conduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord connected equipment and cord assemblies” and “UEEMEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace”.
OHS and general trade’s personnel, with or without technical skills, who wish to safely test items that others could come in contact with and/or those who have the responsibility for the safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment.
At the end of the course participants should gain a basic electrical knowledge and understanding of voltage values, surge arrestors, flexible cords and power boards, common cable types and the use of electrical testers such as a multimeter for testing and tagging on single and multiphase equipment.
There is no pre requisite(s) for this course.
All relevant course materials are included.
On successful completion of this course participants will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment for UEENEEE101A and UEENEEP026A.
Once you have registered and paid for your course through the RMIT Short Courses website, there will be an additional enrolment step. This is because you will be studying a nationally endorsed unit(s) of competency. You will be contacted shortly by our Administration team regarding the next step for online enrolment into an accredited unit(s).
When the Administration team contacts you, they will ask for your DOB and Citizenship to set you up in our RMIT University recording system. You will then be sent instructions on how to complete the online enrolment for a unit of competency, which is relatively simple, but if you have issues the Administration team will be very happy to assist.
Unique Student Identifier
All learners undertaking nationally recognised training are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) issued by the Australian Government.
If you do not have a USI you will need to go www.usi.gov.au and create one.
Course Presenter - Frank Zahra
Frank has over 31 years of experience in the electrical industry working across Electrical installation works, maintenance, manufacturing, educating, assessing, auditing, inspecting, consulting, report writing and authoring electrical technical publications. In 2004 Frank combined his passion for holistic education and commenced a 3 year project with a colleague to produce a Test and Tag educational manual which was later published and now used as a text reference in many Australian RTOs. Frank is also working as an electrical safety auditor to Victoria’s electrical regulatory authority EnergySafe Victoria.