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CERTIFICATE IV IN ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS

National ID: UEE40711 | State ID: A137

 

Are you ready for an electronics career helping others get the message?

When you complete the Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications you'll be well on your way to a career as an electronic technician.

You will gain the practical skills and knowledge to assemble, test, maintain, and troubleshoot a range of electronic components and devices. You will develop your skills to fault-find power supplies, amplifiers, communications systems, digital and microcontroller systems. You will write and test programs to control external devices, and utilise workplace health and safety and sustainability practices.

Your qualification prepares you for roles such as:

When you complete the Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications you'll be well on your way to a career as an electronic technician.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see
http://joboutlook.gov.au/

Further study opportunities:

Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering

Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering

Course overview

Course details

Course Overview

Where Thornlie
Duration

Three semesters or one year full time following completion of UEE21911 Certificate II in Electronics

How Full Time (On Campus)
Part Time
Traineeship
When This course is available for Semester 1, 2017.

When you complete the Certificate IV in Electronics and Communications you'll be well on your way to a career as an electronic technician.

For information about jobs and pathways, please see
http://joboutlook.gov.au/

Further study opportunities:

Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering

Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

These fees are estimates only for students enrolling in government funded courses on a full time basis.

The indicative fees for a course may differ between training providers due to the units they have included in the course outline. These differences generally result from adapting courses to meet local industry needs. The actual cost of a course will also vary if different electives are chosen by the student.

Nominal hours are not hours of training or instruction. They are used to determine course fees and subsidy levels to reflect the cost to deliver quality training.

Other charges may apply.

Indicative Tuition Fees in 2017

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International students

Fees, charges, available locations, applications, and enrolment procedures for international students are different to those applicable to local students.

International students can only study full-time.

For information on international student fees and application, please follow this link to the  TAFE International WA website 

Core Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Fault find and repair complex power supplies UEENEEH138A WC566
Troubleshoot single phase input d.c. power supplies UEENEEH111A WC541
Implement and monitor energy sector environmental and sustainable policies and procedures UEENEEK145A WC714
Solve problems in d.c. circuits UEENEEE104A S7309
Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report UEENEEE124A WC429
Solve fundamental electronic communications system problems UEENEEH146A WC572
Troubleshoot digital sub-systems UEENEEH112A WC542
Troubleshoot amplifiers in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH113A WC543
Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus UEENEEH114A WC544
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan UEENEEE038B W7839
Troubleshoot basic amplifier circuits UEENEEH139A WC567
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components UEENEEE102A S7308
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace UEENEEE101A S7307
Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures UEENEEE117A WC423
Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components UEENEEH102A WC532
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work UEENEEE137A S7314

Group A Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Use computer applications relevant to a workplace UEENEED101A WC385

Group B Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Select electronic components for assembly UEENEEA102A WC375
Develop web pages for engineering applications UEENEED129A WC404
Develop software solutions for microcontroller based systems UEENEEH115A WC545
Troubleshoot microcontroller based hardware systems UEENEEH166A WC592
Use engineering applications software on personal computers UEENEED104A WC388
Select and arrange equipment for wireless communication networks UEENEEF108A WC464
Assemble, set-up and test computing devices UEENEED102A WC386

Group C Elective Units

Unit Title National ID Unit of Study
Supervise and coordinate energy sector work activities UEENEEE114A WC422
Evaluate and modify object oriented code programs UEENEED103A WC387
Estimate electrotechnology projects UEENEEC005B W7735
Develop and implement energy sector maintenance programs UEENEEE110A WC421
Develop structured programs to control external devices UEENEEI155A WC671
  • For TAFE Admissions full-time courses, apply at tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au/ when applications are open. Semester One applications open in September of the prior year, Semester Two (mid-year) applications open in May.
  • Online courses normally have enrolments available ongoing at any time, for help enrolling or for more information
    call: 1800 001 001 or email: info@smtafe.wa.edu.au
  • For apprenticeships and traineeships, you must be employed in a training contract by an appropriate organisation to study.
  • For international students, contact
    www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au.
  • For all other courses, or if you need help or have questions please call us on
    1800 001 001 or email us at info@smtafe.wa.edu.au

Please note: All enrolling students will require a Unique Student Identifier number.

Entrance Requirements

School Leaver Non-School Leaver AQF
C Grades in Year 11 WACE General English, and OLNA or NAPLAN 9 Band 8 C Grades in Year 11 English and Maths or equivalent Certificate II or Certificate III

South Metropolitan TAFE maintains strong relationships with a number of universities. On completion of diploma and advanced diploma courses, students may be eligible for credit towards a South Metropolitan TAFE associate degree or higher education diploma, or a bachelor degree at one of our university partners. For details of our university pathway options, visit our Uni Pathways page.

Please note: Different university entrance arrangements may apply to international students. For further details please contact the individual Universities directly.

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