UEE41920 Certificate IV in Electrical – Renewable Energy

UEE41920 Certificate IV in Electrical – Renewable Energy

Where can I study?

Perth, Karratha, Adelaide

Intake dates

Funding available

WA

Course Duration

12 Days

To provide a pathway for electricians to be Accredited to Clean Energy Council for:

  • Grid connect PV system design and install
  • Battery storage system with grid connect PV system design and install
  • Stand-alone renewable energy (RE) power system design

This qualification provides competencies to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in buildings and premises.

Full Qualification – UEE41920 Certificate IV in Electrical – Renewable Energy

Students will hold an unrestricted electrical license issued by a state or Territory and successfully prove competence in both theoretical and practical training, and complete all units of competency in the training package (refer https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/UEE41920), will receive the full

 

Statement of Attainment (SOA) – UEE41920 Certificate IV in Electrical – Renewable Energy

This Statement is issued to a student who has successfully completed one or more units of competency but does not meet the requirements for a full qualification (as specified in the training package) and to Graduate Electrical Engineers.

This competency-based training program is delivered face to face theory and practical content delivery with a comprehensive note, ongoing tutor support and a practical design and installation task.

Statement of Attainment provides competencies to undertake design, install, configure, test and commission grid connected power supply systems to AS/NZS 5033:2014.

After obtaining the Statement of Attainment, the student can apply to the Clean Energy Council of Australia for Design & Installation of Grid Connected PV Systems Accreditation.  The Clean Energy Council website indicates the information required to apply for Clean Energy Council Accreditation. www.solaraccreditation.com.au

It includes ERAC requirements for an ‘Electrician’s license’.

12 Days

  • $5,000
  • $6750 (Karratha/Regional Delivery)

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Delivered at one of PMV’s national training centres (Perth, Karratha, and Adelaide), or at a client’s facility.

This course is designed and encourages electrician who have an electrician’s qualification and wish to further improve their skills by gaining a qualification to design and install grid connected photovoltaic systems

PRE-REQUISITES

This course is a post trade training, so a current unrestricted electrical license issued by any Australian state or territory.

Electrical engineers who meet the pre-requisites will be issued with Statement of Attainment for the units they complete successfully.

Each state-specific funding may have it’s own eligibility pre-requisite requirements.

Please contact the office for more details.

You will undergo theory and hands on practical training with qualified professional Electricians and Engineers who have been practicing in the PV Solar energy industry for over 30 years. The solar grid connect PV course covers the following topics:

  1. Shading Analysis (Path Finder and Sun path diagram)
  2. Grid-Connected PV Systems Components Safety
  3. Selecting and Sizing the Specified Loads
  4. Assessing the Switchboard
  5. Configurations of PV Grid-Connect System with Battery Storage
  6. Permitted Battery and Grid Interaction and offsetting Peak Load
  7. Battery Basics and Working with Batteries
  8. Secondary Battery Technologies
  9. Selecting and Sizing the Battery Storage and PV Array Sizing
  10. System Drivers and System Constraints
  11. Solar Controller and Selecting, Sizing and Programming Inverters
  12. Install systems on different types of Roofs
  13. Installation of rails, modules and DCI isolator (de-energized) and fine points of installation
  14. Demonstration of pre-commissioning tests (Short circuit test, Insulation resistance test etc)
  15. Commissioning and decommissioning a system
  16. Fault Funding on a system

There is a written design project on the completion of face-to-face delivery and assessment

Blended delivery of 60% theory and 40% practical training with equipment that you are likely to see in a typical domestic roof top grid connected PV system.

  • Face to face flexible delivery and assessments allows students understands and discuss the vital knowledge prior to participating in the practical component.
  • PMV tutors marks the assessments and provides feedback or additional technical information to the students.
  • Intensive hands-on installation, fault finding and regulatory requirements experience.

Funding may be available for eligible participants (WA only).

Priority Industry Training is available from the Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD), through PIT Funding we are able to offer a heavily subsidised price on priority qualifications to prepare participants to take up jobs in skilled occupations that are in high demand across Western Australia.

  • Cost: $1604*
  • Duration: 12 days of training

Use the enquiry form to contact us for more details.

*Training cost will be charged in compliance with VET Fees and Charges Policy 2022.

*Concession rates are available.

*The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees.

WA funding electrical-instrumentation-courses

Funded through National RTO #51178

Future Pathways

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

  • UEE50411 a 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
  • UEE62111 a 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
  • UEE51011 a Bachelor of Engineering (Instrumentation and Control and Automation) Honours, Course Code Y46
  • UEE61511 a Bachelor of Engineering (Instrumentation and Control and Automation) Honours, Course Code Y46

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