Electrotechnology Job Pathways Chart

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Electrotechnology Job Pathways
UEE07
Potential Australian Apprenticeships Job Outcomes
Stream
Systems Electrician
Certificate II
Certificate III
• Electrotechnology – Career
Start Trainee*
• Electrician - General
• General Electrician
• General Electrician
(Explosion Equipment)
• Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Protected
Equipment Overhaul
• Instrument Fitter /
Electrician – Hazardous
Areas
• General Electrician –
Hazardous Areas
• Lift Electrician / Mechanic
• Telecommunications
Technician – General
Electrician
•
• Electrical Mechanic or
Fitter
• Electrical Instrumentation
Tradesperson
• Switchgear Tradesperson
• Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson –
Switchgear & Controlgear
• Electrician – Switchgear &
Controlgear
• Instrumentation & Control
Technician
• Industrial Electronics and
Control Technician
* Entry-level training for any
sector of the industry
Electrical
Instrumentation
Control & Switchgear
Further Job & Study Options
Certificate IV
•
•
•
•
General Electrician - Special
Class
Electronics Equipment
Tradesperson/Systems
Electrician
Electronics Technician –
Special Class, Hazardous
Areas
Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Hazardous
Areas
Lifts Systems Electrician
Diploma
•
Technical Officer – Electrical
Engineering
Advanced
Diploma
•
Senior Technical Officer Renewable Energy
Engineering
• Technical Officer – Electrical &
Instrumentation
Entry level is usually at Certificate II or III or at any level with Recognition of Prior Learning assessed on existing
industry experience and/or qualifications
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Australian Apprenticeships job titles may link to more online detail at www.aapathways.com.au. To view Australian
Apprenticeships jobs and training descriptions in other industries go to www.aapathways.com.au.
This chart is provided as a guide only. Further detail can be obtained from the Industry Skills Council, an Australian
Apprenticeships Centre or Registered Training Organisation.
Contacts
Industry Skills Council: ElectroComms & EnergyUtilities Industry Skills Council
Website: www.ee-oz.com.au
Ph: (02) 6154 5180 Fax: (02) 6257 4222 Email: [email protected]
Chart developed for DEEWR by the Australian Apprenticeships Training Information Service www.aatinfo.com.au. Current: October 2010. Version UEE07V3.1
Electrotechnology Job Pathways
UEE07
Potential Australian Apprenticeships Job Outcomes
Stream
Technical Support
Certificate II
•
•
•
•
•
Electrical Trade Assistant
Armature Winder
Electronic Component
Assembler
Remote Area Power Supply
Maintenance Operative
Remote Area Essential
Service Operative
Certificate III
• Electrical Machine Repair
Tradesperson
• Electrical Equipment
Tradesperson – Electrical
Machine Repair
Further Job & Study Options
Certificate IV
•
Inspections and Audits –
Installation Technician
Diploma
•
Research & Development
Officer
Advanced
Diploma
•
•
•
•
Data Communications
/ Communications
•
Data & Voice
Communications Cabler
• Data & Voice
Communications
Tradesperson
• Cable Joiner/Data & Voice
Communications
Tradesperson
• Cabler/Data & Voice
Communications
Tradesperson
• Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Data &
Voice Communications
• Telecommunications
Technician – Data &
Voice
• Telecommunications
Lineperson – Data &
Voice
•
•
•
•
Senior Technical Officer Automated Systems
Maintenance
Engineering
Senior technical Officer Explosion Protection
Engineering
Senior Technical OfficerElectrical - Technology
Senior Technical Officer
– Electronics and Control
Engineering
Telecommunications
Linesworker - Data & Voice
Communications
Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Data & Voice
Communications
Electronics Equipment
Tradesperson Communications
Telecommunications
Technician – Electronics &
Communications
Entry level is usually at Certificate II or III or at any level with Recognition of Prior Learning assessed on existing
industry experience and/or qualifications
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Australian Apprenticeships job titles may link to more online detail at www.aapathways.com.au. To view Australian
Apprenticeships jobs and training descriptions in other industries go to www.aapathways.com.au.
This chart is provided as a guide only. Further detail can be obtained from the Industry Skills Council, an Australian
Apprenticeships Centre or Registered Training Organisation.
Contacts
Industry Skills Council: ElectroComms & EnergyUtilities Industry Skills Council
Website: www.ee-oz.com.au
Ph: (02) 6154 5180 Fax: (02) 6257 4222 Email: [email protected]
Chart developed for DEEWR by the Australian Apprenticeships Training Information Service www.aatinfo.com.au. Current: October 2010. Version UEE07 V3.1
Electrotechnology Job Pathways
UEE07
Potential Australian Apprenticeships Job Outcomes
Stream
Electronics Specialists
Computer Systems
Entertainment &
Servicing
Appliances
Certificate II
•
•
•
•
•
Electronics Operative
Computer Assembler
Home Theatre Assistant
Installer
Antennae Installer
Gaming Machine
Maintenance Technician
• Appliance Servicing
Technician
Certificate III
Certificate IV
• Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson –
Electronics and
Communications
• Telecommunications
Technician – Electronics
& Communications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson –
Computer Systems
Custom Electronics
Installations Technician
Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Custom
Electronics Installations
Gaming Electronic
Tradesperson
Further Job & Study Options
Electronics Technician Communications
Diploma
•
•
•
Electronics Technician –
Computer Systems
Electronics Equipment
Tradesperson – Computer
Systems
•
Video & Audio Electrician
•
Advanced
Diploma
Technical Officer – Electronic
& Communications
Engineering
Industrial Electronics &
Control Engineer
•
Technical Officer - Computer
Systems Engineering
•
•
•
Senior Technical Officer –
Electronic Technology
Senior Technical Officer Electronics Engineering
Senior Technical Officer Computer Systems
Engineering
Senior Technical Officer –
Computer Technology
Electrical Appliance
Serviceperson
Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Electrical
Appliance Servicing
Electrician – Appliance
Servicing
Entry level is usually at Certificate II or III or at any level with Recognition of Prior Learning assessed on existing
industry experience or qualifications
Page 3 of 5
Australian Apprenticeships job titles may link to more online detail at www.aapathways.com.au. To view Australian
Apprenticeships jobs and training descriptions in other industries go to www.aapathways.com.au.
This chart is provided as a guide only. Further detail can be obtained from the Industry Skills Council, an Australian
Apprenticeships Centre or Registered Training Organisation.
Contacts
Industry Skills Council: ElectroComms & EnergyUtilities Industry Skills Council
Website: www.ee-oz.com.au
Ph: (02) 6154 5180 Fax: (02) 6257 4222 Email: [email protected]
Chart developed for DEEWR by the Australian Apprenticeships Training Information Service www.aatinfo.com.au. Current: October 2010. Version UEE07 V3.1
Electrotechnology Job Pathways
UEE07
Potential Australian Apprenticeships Job Outcomes
Stream
Business Systems
Certificate II
•
Business Equipment
Service Person
Renewable &
Sustainable Energy
•
Air-conditioning SplitSystem Installer
• Renewable Energy
Operative
• Sustainable Energy Career
Start Trainee
Certificate IV
Diploma
Advanced
Diploma
• Business Equipment
Technician
•
Explosion Equipment
Refrigeration &
Air-conditioning
Certificate III
Further Job & Study Options
General Electrician
(Explosion Equipment)
• Refrigeration & Airconditioning
Mechanic/Fitter
• Renewable Energy
Tradesperson
• Air-conditioning Technician –
Split Systems
• Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Airconditioning Split Systems
• Refrigeration & Air-conditioned
Servicing Mechanic /
Technician
• Refrigeration & Air-conditioning
Systems Mechanic /
Technician
•
• Renewable Energy Technician
• Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Renewable
Energy
• Renewable Energy Electrician
• Energy Management & Control
Technician
• Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Energy
Management & Control
• Renewable Energy Engineer
•
Technical Officer – Airconditioning & Refrigeration
Refrigeration & Airconditioning Engineer
Entry level is usually at Certificate II or III or at any level with Recognition of Prior Learning assessed on existing
industry experience or qualifications
•
•
Senior Technical Officer Refrigeration & Airconditioning Engineering
Senior Technical Officer Refrigeration and Airconditioning Technology
• Senior Technical Officer Renewable Energy
Engineering
• Senior Technical Officer Renewable Energy
Technology
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Australian Apprenticeships job titles may link to more online detail at www.aapathways.com.au. To view Australian
Apprenticeships jobs and training descriptions in other industries go to www.aapathways.com.au.
This chart is provided as a guide only. Further detail can be obtained from the Industry Skills Council, an Australian
Apprenticeships Centre or Registered Training Organisation.
Contacts
Industry Skills Council: ElectroComms & EnergyUtilities Industry Skills Council
Website: www.ee-oz.com.au
Ph: (02) 6154 5180 Fax: (02) 6257 4222 Email: [email protected]
Chart developed for DEEWR by the Australian Apprenticeships Training Information Service www.aatinfo.com.au. Current: October 2010. Version UEE07 V3.1
Electrotechnology Job Pathways
UEE07
Potential Australian Apprenticeships Job Outcomes
Stream
Certificate II
Certificate III
•
Electrician - Photovoltaic
System
Fire Protection Electrician
Electronic Equipment
Trades – Fire Protection
Electrician
Security Equipment
Installation Tradesperson
•
Fire Protection Control
Systems Technician
Rail Electrician
Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Rail
Communications &
Network
Telecommunications
Technician – Rail
Communications &
Network
•
•
Electrician - Rail Signaling
Electronic Equipment
Tradesperson – Rail
Communications & Network
Systems
Systems Electrician – Rail
Communication & Networks
Telecommunications
Technician – Rail
Communications & Network
Systems
Photovoltaic Systems
Fire & Security
Systems
•
•
Fire Alarm Technician
Security Cabler
•
•
•
•
•
Rail
•
Certificate IV
•
•
Further Job & Study Options
Diploma
Entry level is usually at Certificate II or III or at any level with Recognition of Prior Learning assessed on existing
industry experience or qualifications
Advanced
Diploma
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Australian Apprenticeships job titles may link to more online detail at www.aapathways.com.au. To view Australian
Apprenticeships jobs and training descriptions in other industries go to www.aapathways.com.au.
This chart is provided as a guide only. Further detail can be obtained from the Industry Skills Council, an Australian
Apprenticeships Centre or Registered Training Organisation.
Contacts
Industry Skills Council: ElectroComms & EnergyUtilities Industry Skills Council
Website: www.ee-oz.com.au
Ph: (02) 6154 5180 Fax: (02) 6257 4222 Email: [email protected]
Chart developed for DEEWR by the Australian Apprenticeships Training Information Service www.aatinfo.com.au. Current: October 2010. Version UEE07 V3.1
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