UEE40420 Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation – Improve your Skills as a Certified Electrician
Feb 22, 2023
Are you someone looking to gain the practical knowledge to work as an instrumentation and control technician? This Electrical Instrumentation course can be an excellent choice!
The demand for Instrumentation and Control (IC) Technicians and Engineers is rising in Australia, and UEE40420 Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation course is perfect for candidates who want exposure to PLC and Process Instrumentation skills. With this course, you’ll learn how to interface PLCs and HART field instruments, which is essential if you’re planning to enter the oil, gas, or mineral processing industry. This 12-day course offers a unique blend of theory and practical training, allowing you to learn about, and use equipment you’re likely to encounter in a modern industrial environment. You’ll work with HART-rated instrumentation, final control elements, and PLC control systems, giving you a well-rounded education that will prepare you for success in your chosen career.
The Electrical Instrumentation course provides process and control competencies for selecting, installing, commissioning, troubleshooting, and maintaining electrical and instrumentation equipment in buildings, premises, instrumentation systems, and core instrumentation equipment. It outlines the ERAC requirements for an ‘Electrician’s license.’
To enrol for this course, you must hold an unrestricted electrical license from any Australian state or territory, as it is post-trade training. Engineers who have completed PLC and Instrumentation units will receive Statements of Attainment.
PMV training program gives students the skills and experience to work with instrumentation, process automation, and control. To develop their skills in instrumentation and control, PMV offers professional development courses to licensed electricians, electrical engineers, and instrument technicians. Hands-on training is provided to participants using the latest equipment and technologies, aligning with the latest industry standards (AS/NZS and IEC) and providing them with the experience and confidence they need to handle simple and complex instrumentation and control system issues.
Our training centres in Perth, Karratha and Adelaide have instrumentation and control skid-reflecting site-based instruments and control systems that have been purpose-built to help our students get the most out of their learning experience. Our UEE40420 Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation courses open more doors for students in instrumentation and control, technical authority and supervisory roles. Funding is available for this Instrumentation course in Western Australia and South Australia.
To learn more, please visit us at https://www.pmv.net.au/.
Jul 17, 2023