PMV (Project Management Vision) is one of the most dynamic and professional post-trade electrical training institutes in Australia. PMV was established as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in 2005. Our campuses are located across Australia with head office in Perth, and other campuses in Brisbane, Adelaide, and Karratha. We are committed to providing high-quality training programs and have successfully trained more than 7000 students till now.
PMV offers 20+ nationally recognised training programs and certificate courses in Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas (EEHA), Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation and Control, Plan and Perform High-Voltage Switching Operations, and Solar PV Design and Install with Battery Storage.
We have a team of industry-based professional trainers who have over 260 years of combined industry experience. At PMV, students have access to state government funding available for many of our in-demand courses.
Our courses align with AS/NZS and IEC standards and have been developed to encapsulate both theoretical and practical aspects of training, with a heavy focus on providing hands on experience with the latest industry trends in equipment and installation.
PMV focuses on the growth and career opportunities of students by providing maximum possible exposure in site-based equipment and practices. We are listed as one of the finest training providers and electrical training institutes in Australia.
Industry Based Coursework
Our competency-based training reflects current industry practices in Australia and worldwide.
Experienced & Skilled Trainers
Our courses are delivered and assessed by industry experienced vocational trainers.
All our courses have been developed in consultation with industry subject matter experts.
We offer small size classes with flexible training to accommodate difficult rosters / work schedules. We can also customise delivery of training courses tailored to suit client site specific requirements and installations.
Value for Money
Our course fees are competitive without compromising the quality of our delivery. Students can also benefit from a variety of state funding options available.
PMV’s purpose built EEHA and Instrumentation Control skids have been designed in house, providing hands-on experience with the latest industrial equipment used on site.
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Both students and businesses can benefit from our training programs.
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