Testing of Electrical Hand Held & Portable Appliances
This course covers the unit UEENEEP008B Conduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord assemblies and cord connected equipment.
This course will teach you how to inspect, test and tag electrical hand held, portable appliances, cord extension sets and appliance leads. The course is lead by industry experts, with Geelong’s largest range of up to date testing equipment to satisfy current industry needs.
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Length
4 evening classes/ 2 day classes
Price
$220
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Electrical Engineering
Course Level
Short Course
If applying for a full time place for the first year of Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma course you MAY need to apply through the VTAC (Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre) system. VTAC application forms are available in the VTAC Guide from newsagents and the Gordon Bookshop. Alternatively, internet applications can be made by accessing the VTAC web site www.vtac.edu.au Closing dates for VTAC applications can be found in course brochures or from the Course Browse section of this website. Late fees apply for any applications received after the Timely Application closing date. It is important when applying to note Extra Requirements which are clearly indicated in the VTAC Guide. Applicants who do not fulfil extra requirements risk not being considered.
Length
4 evening classes/ 2 day classes
Price
$220
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Electrical Engineering
Course Level
Short Course
The Gordon Institute of TAFE grew out of the need for technical training in the brave new world of the 1800s industrial age. From its origins as a mechanics institute and a night school for tradespeople, the Gordon has become the embodiment of quality vocational education and training in Geelong and beyond. During the late 1800s, Geelong's increasing importance as an industrial centre, along with a worrying overseas trend showing Britain was losing its traditional markets to the United States and Europe, spurred leading Geelong citizens to campaign for greater technical training. However, it was another overseas event that hastened the Gordon's development. The heroic exploits of British general Charles Gordon had captured Geelong's imagination. His death during the siege of Khartoum in Africa prompted calls for a memorial. One proposal, backed by a military battalion brass band, suggested a statue but others wanted something more meaningful. What better memorial could there be, it was said, for a man whose life was devoted to civic duty and, especially, to the education of the disadvantaged, than a vocational institute? Since opening in 1887, in a single-storied hall and operating mainly night classes for tradespeople, the Gordon has developed into an institution operating across five campuses. The Gordon offers 220 nationally recognised courses in seven teaching schools, as well as 240 specialist courses exploring a wide range of career options. There is an annual enrolment of 26,000 students.
Length
4 evening classes/ 2 day classes
Price
$220
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Electrical Engineering
Course Level
Short Course