This is a Vanuatu Qualifications Authority Accredited Course
This is an entry level qualification that is ideal for school leavers to learn fundamental skills related to the Electrical Industry. Those already in employment can enrol in a module that address their skill needs. If you are working and want to learn new skills or need to upgrade your existing skills, please inquire about our Training while Working program
This module of competency encompasses competencies necessary to apply basic safety and emergency procedures to maintain a safe workplace for staff, customers and also covers identifying a range of techniques, methods and materials used in energy sector work activities including types of fixing devices, segregation requirements, fixing structures, walls and floor structure, lifting techniques and other related building materials. It encompasses working safely, applying knowledge of identifying building techniques, methods and materials used in electro technology work activities. It also covers fixing, securing and mounting techniques as apply in the various electro technology work functions.
This module covers undertake Electro technology work activities using a range of technologies such as computers, and apply analytical concepts to achieve the desired outcome ensuring work is completed in an agreed time, to a quality standard and with a minimum of waste and also machinery and/or materials used in an Electro technology environment are identified and completed in an agreed time, to a quality standard and using appropriate technology mediums, where required. It also includes working safely and applying knowledge of identifying the effects of energy on machinery and materials in an electro technology environment. The module also covers the satisfactory completion of scheduled routine work activities in the Electro technology Industry in a timely and effective manner
This Module describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to current resource use and to carry out improvements including reducing the negative environmental impact of work practices
This module covers the skills and knowledge needed to determine the correct operation of single source d.c. series, parallel and series-parallel circuits and providing solutions as they apply to various electro technology work functions. The Learner also learns about how to deal with known solutions to predictable problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems operated at Extra Low Voltage and Low Voltage, applying knowledge of the effects of energy on machinery and materials in an electro technology environment. Also Included in this module is the skills and knowledge to set up interval monitoring and also the installation of Extra Low Voltage wiring
This module covers the development of communication skills in the workplace. It covers the activities of gathering, conveying and receiving information, together with completing assigned written information under direct supervision. It also describes the outcomes required to communicate and interact effectively with other workers, including, gathering, conveying and receiving information through verbal and written forms of communication and participating in work relations. This unit also covers the basic use of personal computers application relevant to a work function. It encompasses switching the computer on, applying user preferences, selecting basic applications, entering and retrieving information and printing files.
Participants can exit at any time and receive statements of attainment for successful modules covered.
Participants successfully completing all modules will be eligible for a Certificate II in Building construction (General Construction)
Minimum entry level is Year 10 completion with a pass grade
Enrolment Forms can be picked up at VIT administration office or sent to your email account
Fees can be paid by modules, multiples of modules or in full, however fees for each module must be paid in full before being allowed entry in the next
For further information, please contact:
Office Phone: 22294/ 22295
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