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UEE62120 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Electrical – What to Expect from this Funded Course in South Australia 

Upgrade your skill to the next level!  Here is a chance to acquire the skills and knowledge required to become an electrical engineer. The field of electrical engineering is one of the fastest-growing industries in Australia, and it’s never been more exciting than now. Why not get started now? Connect with PMV to enrol on… Continue reading UEE62120 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Electrical – What to Expect from this Funded Course in South Australia 

Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas – Must Have Skills for Working in Hazardous Areas  

Upgrade your skills with the right training!   Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas: Electrical qualification is the perfect way for licensed electricians to upskill and stay ahead of the curve. With this qualification, you’ll develop the skills to safely select, install, commission, maintain and test explosion-protected equipment and systems. You’ll also understand how explosion protection techniques… Continue reading Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas – Must Have Skills for Working in Hazardous Areas  

Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) – What is it, and What are the Benefits? 

From generating electricity to producing food, many of the most critical industrial processes today are performed by automated machinery. Our ability to innovate and produce has been boosted by automation technology. However, our current level of automation is only possible with the invention of the programmable logic controller (PLC).  What Is a Programmable Logic Controller? … Continue reading Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) – What is it, and What are the Benefits? 

What is Classification of Electrical Hazardous Area?

Hazardous Area classification (HAC) is a method of analysing and classifying the environment where explosive gas atmospheres may occur to facilitate the proper selection and installation of equipment to be used safely in that environment.   For instance, oil and gas facilities, fertiliser plants, mineral processing facilities, gas stations or service stations are considered hazardous regions.… Continue reading What is Classification of Electrical Hazardous Area?

The Booming Future of Electrical Instrumentation

What is Electrical Instrumentation?   Today, nearly all industries are automatised. You can find instruments in laboratories, factories, and automobiles, as well as in the everyday items you use.   The automation of the industrial processes requires:    highly programmed electronic equipment to perform tasks that were once performed by humans;   skilled technicians to operate, maintain, upgrade, modify, and… Continue reading The Booming Future of Electrical Instrumentation

Solar Grid Connect : Things to know about

Over the past several years, the solar industry has experienced significant growth as the growing demand for renewable energy has led to an increased demand for solar panels.    What is Solar Grid Connect PV System?   A grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) system is one in which the solar modules are linked to the grid and can generate… Continue reading Solar Grid Connect : Things to know about

Stand Alone Power Systems

Over the last ten years, solar energy systems in Australia have become more popular as the cost of renewable energy has dropped significantly. According to several reports, in 2020-21, Australia generated around 10% of its electricity from solar PV, which is the fastest-growing power source.    What are Stand Alone Power Systems?   Stand Alone Power Systems… Continue reading Stand Alone Power Systems

PMV Industry News – May 2022

FEDERAL BUDGET The Federal Budget included numerous measures that will impact many electrical contractors around the country. These include: The temporary reduction in the fuel excise should lead to at least a 22 cent per litre decrease in petrol prices. And with petrol prices this high, Apprentices in high-demand industries will get up to $5000 in… Continue reading PMV Industry News – May 2022

Upskilling to Match Emergence of New Global Industry

In 2021, the World Economic Forum (WEF) warned of a major disruption in the labour markets of 15 developed and emerging countries that would lead to a net loss of over 5 million jobs and the emergence of millions of new jobs. COVID-19 is already seriously affecting the labour markets. Disruption have been experienced by many industries including, mining… Continue reading Upskilling to Match Emergence of New Global Industry

Renewable Energy Looking Forward

Despite the federal government’s inflexibility and political opposition to renewables, you cannot stop the momentum. Solar is now mainstream. It has caused a shake-up among regulators, generators, and policymakers.  Solar homeowners are fundamentally and irreversibly transforming the energy market. There are financial and environmental benefits of rooftop PV and the increasing appeal of battery storage,… Continue reading Renewable Energy Looking Forward