Career Pathways for Electricians and Instrumentation Technicians

Career Pathways for Electricians and Instrumentation Technicians

Nov 05, 2020


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The electrical industry is rapidly growing and will continue to produce the need for qualified professionals, with electrical and instrumentation technicians being amongst the highest-paid trade professionals. The key for industrial electricians to stay gainfully employed is to acquire skills and knowledge that will continue to be in demand during the plant operationphase i.e. EEHA, Instrumentation and Control, High Voltage Switching Operations and Battery Storage etc.

Continual professional development is required to stay up to date with current technologies and industry trends – these careers are financially rewarding and professionally satisfying, for those willing to up-skill and enhance their careers.

PMV offers nationally recognised training (courses and skillsets) in the following areas:

  • Instrumentation and Control
  • Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas (EEHA)
  • Renewable Energy
  • High Voltage
  • PLC Automation
  • Electrical Engineering

Instrumentation and Control Lead

The demand for Instrumentation and control (IC) technicians is on the rise in Australia in areas of process control, oil and gas, mineral processing, food, and chemical processing.

The courses provide competencies in process and control to select, install, commission, fault find and maintain electrical and instrumentation and control system.

PMV provides students with a career pathway in Instrumentation and Control to the highest vocational qualification in Australia – UEE61511 Advanced Diploma of Control and Instrumentation Engineering.

Most popular course in this field : UEE40411 Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation

* Funding available in WA, SA, and QLD for eligible participants

Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas (EEHA) Lead

EEHA courses focus on providing students with practical skills and training to select, install, maintain, and inspect electrical equipment in Hazardous Areas, such as gas, dust, and explosive atmospheres.

We can provide students with a career pathway in Hazardous Area to the highest vocational qualification in Australia – UEE61211 Advanced Diploma of Engineering – Explosion Protection.

These courses meet the expectations of students who what to make a professional, and well-paying career in EEHA as a subject matter expert (SME) in industry.

Most popular course in this field : UEE42611 Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas – Electrical

* Funding available in WA for eligible participants

Renewable Energy Lead

The renewable energy industry is booming in Australia, there is an increased demand for qualified electrical professionals who have specialised skills in Grid-Connect PV Solar Design & Install with Battery Storage.

Our courses focus on solving real world renewable energy scenarios in domestic, industrial, and solar farms.Our training is delivered uses current industry products in line with AS/NZS standards.

Most popular course in this field : Solar Grid Connect PV Design + Install

* Construction Training Fund (CTF) Rebate available in WA for eligible participants

PMV offers career pathways from Certificate IV to Advanced Diploma level, providing students with a variety of employment opportunities to earn key roles and higher wages.

We have established training centres in Perth, Adelaide, and Brisbane where we run courses regularly – we have also launched a new training centre in Karratha which is now open for bookings.

Contact the office for more course details and to find out what state funding is available.

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Both students and businesses can benefit from our training programs.
Get in touch with us to review courses, dates and enrolment options.

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