Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical

Jobs and Skills WA: Engineering courses
Charge up your career in electrical engineering!

This qualification gives you the skills for the implementation of smart homes (Internet of Things), automated industrial production line mechatronics, administering or upgrading infrastructure for small to large scale businesses among many other innovative applications.

You will learn how to program logic controllers using the industry-based system Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), electrical design, motor control, computer programming, diagnose faults or malfunctions in electrical systems, provide alternative approaches or solutions, software applications and pneumatic systems.

This qualification may provide advanced standing for university-level study. 

Half price
VET Student Loans (VSL)
STEM
Industry: Defence | Engineering and Mining |
National course code: UEE62111 | WA State ID: A175

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This course leads to a job of the future with STEM skills highly prized in the implementation of smart homes (Internet of Things), automated industrial production line mechatronics, administering or upgrading infrastructure for small to large scale businesses among many other innovative applications.

Gain these skills:

  • programmable logic controllers using the industry-based system Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
  • electrical design
  • motor control
  • computer programming
  • diagnose faults or malfunctions in electrical systems
  • provide alternative approaches or solutions
  • software applications
  • pneumatic systems

Specialist applied engineering facility at Munster campus

Students study this course at our state-of-the-art Applied Engineering building at Munster campus, featuring mechatronics labs and technical engineering workshop rooms. In our courses, you'll have access to modern equipment such as 3D printers, laser cutters, civil engineering compression labs to name just a few.

High school students can enter directly into this qualification upon completion of high school if they have obtained their WACE General or ATAR (Minimum C Grades) equivalent.

Good news!

This course is going to transition to a new training package in 2023. This means that students starting in 2023 will transfer during their study to new units developed to meet current and future industry needs.


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