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UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Electrical

UEE62111 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Electrical

Categories: Electrical Courses
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Where can I study?

Perth, Karratha & Adelaide

Intake dates

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Funding available

SA

Course Duration

54 Days

    • To develop engineering specification and design briefs for electrical engineering projects
    • To broaden knowledge in understanding how processing plant architectures are put together
    • To write up plant control philosophy and project engineering specification
    • To design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – gas/ dust atmospheres/ pressurization/ coal mining
    • To plan and manage large electrical projects including contract variations, team effectiveness and facilitating continuous improvements
    • To solve problems in complex multiple path and polyphase power circuits
    • To solve electro-technology engineering problems using material science and physics
    • To open more doors for you in areas of electrical instrumentation and control system engineering and hazardous area technical authority managing projects and compliance in hazardous areas to local regulations and national standards.

    • To develop engineering specification and design briefs for electrical engineering projects
    • To broaden knowledge in understanding how processing plant architectures are put together
    • To write up plant control philosophy and project engineering specification
    • To design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – gas/ dust atmospheres/ pressurization/ coal mining
    • To plan and manage large electrical projects including contract variations, team effectiveness and facilitating continuous improvements
    • To solve problems in complex multiple path and polyphase power circuits
    • To solve electro-technology engineering problems using material science and physics
    • To open more doors for you in areas of electrical instrumentation and control system engineering and hazardous area technical authority managing projects and compliance in hazardous areas to local regulations and national standards.

Future Pathways

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Power) Honours, Course Code Y49,
  • or, Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Renewable Energy) Honours, Course Code W21,
  • or, Bachelor of Engineering (Instrumentation and Control and Automation) Honours, Course Code Y46

Curtin University

  • BH-ENGR Bachelor of Engineering (Honours),
  • or, MJRU-MTDSC Bachelor of Science (Multidisciplinary Science)