Certificate II in Electrotechnology - FIRST YEAR (Partial Completion)
If electrical systems ignite your passion, power up with skills across a range of sectors, including electrical, electrotechnology and refrigeration. Learn the skills and knowledge to enhance your employment prospects in a range of industries. You will learn how to use tools, electrical wiring and equipment of the trade. Access new technologies as they’re introduced in energy efficiency and sustainability. Students must be in Year 11.
33 weeks plus holiday block
One afternoon block of delivery each week, plus holiday block training during term 2 school holidays period.
All students must provide a USI number at the point of enrolment.
What you learn
Entry level employment prospects in apprenticeships and traineeships in a range of industries
What you get
Contribution to ATAR score
Accredited entry level for other TAFE and university courses
Partial completion of Certificate II in Electrotechnology
Materials to bring
Materials that are to be brought to class are to be purchased from Campions Bookstore
Please refer to the attached PDF document outlining the required resources
Solid enclosed footwear - NOT runners (Steel capped work boots are best)
Cotton clothing - NOT tracksuit pants / NO nylon
Long pants - Jeans are ideal but they MUST NOT have frayed edges
Long sleeved shirt or top
There is a strong industry involvement focus. Students are required to perform a work placement in the community services sector.
Contribution to the VCE
VCE VET Electrical Industry provides a Unit 1-4 sequence for satisfactory completion purposes. Students undertaking the program are eligible for credit of up to five VCE VET units on their VCE Statement of Results: three units at Unit 1-2 level and two at Unit 3-4 sequence. Students may accumulate VCE VET units over more than one year.
VCE VM students will complete a minimum of 180 nominal hours a year to obtain their senior secondary certificate.