Major Training Group https://major.com.au Apprenticeships, Qualifications, Truck, Plant and High Risk Licences Fri, 27 Mar 2020 01:04:28 +0000 en-AU hourly 1 Major are now offering some of our High Risk & Short course programs online! https://major.com.au/major-are-now-offering-some-of-our-high-risk-short-course-programs-online/ Fri, 27 Mar 2020 11:04:26 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17877 Major are now offering some of our High Risk & Short course programs online! Courses Available: Forklift Elevating Work Platform Dogging Basic Rigging Working at Heights The process looks like this: Student is enrolled in online course and completes the curriculum The student is then contacted and placed in their face-to-face class. The student attends […]

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Major are now offering some of our High Risk & Short course programs online!

Courses Available:

  • Forklift
  • Elevating Work Platform
  • Dogging
  • Basic Rigging
  • Working at Heights

The process looks like this:

  1. Student is enrolled in online course and completes the curriculum
  2. The student is then contacted and placed in their face-to-face class.
  3. The student attends their practical and gap training, during this time the regular student workbook must be given to the student to complete.
  4. The student is booked for an assessment.

Major has options to assist the students through their online training, options include skype and zoom which can allow a trainer to conduct personalised tutoring sessions and we will be available via phone and email.

The face to face time will be reduced and adjusted as below:

  1. Forklift – 1 day practical and gap training, 1 day assessment
  2. EWP – 1 day practical and gap training, 1 day assessment
  3. Dogging – 3 days practical and gap training, 1 day assessment
  4. Basic Rigging – 3 days practical and gap training, 1 day assessment
  5. Working at Heights – 2 hours gap training and practical assessment.

To book in call us on 07 3489 7733

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Digital/Online Qualifications https://major.com.au/digital-online-qualifications/ Wed, 25 Mar 2020 10:41:54 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17858 Major Training have a list of courses that can be completed on our digital learning platforms! You will have access to your trainer through phone, text, email and zoom so you will always be supported. We have self funded & funded courses available: Self Funded: Study Now and Pay Later BSB41415  Certificate IV in Work […]

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Major Training have a list of courses that can be completed on our digital learning platforms!

You will have access to your trainer through phone, text, email and zoom so you will always be supported.

We have self funded & funded courses available:

Self Funded: Study Now and Pay Later

BSB41415  Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety $479 online + webinars (Usually $1,495)

BSB51315 Diploma of Work Health and Safety $979 online  (Usually $2,830)

BSB41415  Certificate IV  & BSB51315 Diploma of WHS Package $1349 online (Usually $4,325)

BSB42015 Certificate IV in Leadership & Management $979 online (Usually $4,015)

Study Now and Pay Later through ZipMoney* Read more here

Certificate 3 Guarantee Funded Courses:

TLI31216 Certificate III Driving Operations Funded

With MR Licence from $80 Concession, $150 Non concession

With HR Syncro Licence from $150 Concession, $230 Non concession

With HR Road Ranger Licence $550 Non concession

With HC Licence $630 Non concession

With MC Licence $760 Non concession

BSB30115* Certificate III in Business Funded from $25 Concession, $50 Non concession  

BSB30415* Certificate III in Business Administration Funded from $25 Concession, $50 Non concession  

TLI32416 Certificate III Logistics from $80 Concession, $150 Non concession ( Includes Forklift Licence)

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support Funded from $50 Concession, $95 Non concession. Includes 120 work hours to be facilitated at a later date.

Eligibility requirements for Certificate 3 Guarantee Funded Courses:

  • You are 15 years of age or older
  • Have finished or left secondary school (with the exception of VET in Schools students)
  • Are a Queensland resident
  • Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident (including humanitarian entrant) or temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permit on the pathway to permanent residency or a New Zealand citizen
  • Prospective students must not have or be enrolled in a certificate III level or higher qualification (not including qualifications completed at school and foundation skills training).
  • Employment status does not matter, nor is there any minimum education requirement, except the standard entry requirements for the course
  • Read more here about Certificate 3 Guarantee

If you are keen to get started or are wanting more information on the courses listed above, call us on 1300 790 822 now!

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MAJOR TRAINING GROUPS RESPONSE TO COVID-19 FACT SHEET https://major.com.au/major-training-groups-response-to-covid-19-fact-sheet/ Tue, 17 Mar 2020 10:12:03 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17761 Major Training are still open and conducting business as normal. Major Training takes the health and well being of all of our Clients and their teams, our own team members and the families of all very seriously. Health and safety are our top priorities and as a result, we have taken a number of proactive […]

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Major Training are still open and conducting business as normal.

Major Training takes the health and well being of all of our Clients and their teams, our own team members and the families of all very seriously. Health and safety are our top priorities and as a result, we have taken a number of proactive steps in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • Major has introduced flexible working arrangements for our staff and only have core staff at our sites, this will limit the amount of people in our office space
  • Student progression is important to us and we can be flexible in our approach to training delivery, we have a number of e-learning and e-meeting platforms we can utilise if suitable to keep training moving forward.
  • Increased cleaning schedule for high contact areas such as reception, classrooms and common areas.

TRAINING:

On Site Training in a client’s workplace:

Many of our Trainers deliver training on site, in a client’s workplace. Major Training Groups field staff will ensure they adhere to Major Training Group procedures and also follow instructions and procedures as directed by our clients. When training on site our trainers generally only work in small groups, if not one on one. Prior to appointments Major Trainers will check-in to ensure student/s are not feeling unwell, use 1-1.5m separation; and in an enclosed space remember 2sqm per person. 

Structured days, Short Programs and Classroom based training:

Major Training Groups Trainers will continue to run class based programs. Our classrooms have been measured to keep in mind social distancing and separation guidelines. Fortunately, we enough rooms and space at our facilities to accommodate the current social distancing regulations. These classes often have small numbers of 3-7 persons. Classes may be relocated to a Major Training facility or may utilise use of an eLearning platform or e-meeting platform to continue progressing through structured study schedules. Students attending and staff facilitating any of our face to face programs will be required to follow our hygiene procedures.

HYGIENE PROTOCOL:

Our team will follow hygiene protocol and we will follow advice from the Commonwealth and the World Health Organisation regarding travel, hygiene practices and risk minimisation.

Major Training team members follow all advice provided by the Department of Health, including:

• Hygiene practice as below

• Travel Advice

• Risk minimization

https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert

Major Training team members are proactive and will practice self-screening prior to attending your facility. This includes:

• Checking for symptoms as advised by the Department of Health

If a risk of contact with an infected person, or if symptoms are detected*, Major Training team will:

• Visit a GP for testing

• Practice self-isolation

*NO Major Training team members have been diagnosed with COVID-19; knowingly been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, or travelled to any country or region regarded as high risk by the Australian Government in the last 14 days.

Major Training team members follow hygiene practice advice provided by the Department of Health and the World Health Organisation, including:

• Frequent Hand washing

• Following respitory hygiene such as covering the mouth when coughing or sneezing with an elbow or tissue

• Maintaining social distancing from anyone coughing or sneezing

• Avoiding touching the eyes, nose and mouth

This document will be updated as required in accordance with the changing situation and any updated recommendations or requirements.

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10 Resumé Tips to Help You on Your Job Hunt https://major.com.au/10-resume-tips-to-help-you-on-your-job-hunt/ Fri, 21 Feb 2020 11:58:55 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17378 Your resumé gives you a chance to make a positive first impression on potential employers. Whether you’re new to the workforce or looking to advance your career into a more senior role, avoiding resumé mistakes will help you land your dream job. Stand out as a candidate with these resumé tips from Major Training. 1. […]

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Your resumé gives you a chance to make a positive first impression on potential employers. Whether you’re new to the workforce or looking to advance your career into a more senior role, avoiding resumé mistakes will help you land your dream job.

Stand out as a candidate with these resumé tips from Major Training.


1. Use a Clear, Professional Font

Choosing a font that’s modern and easy to read is one of the most important tips for writing a good resumé. There’s no harm in giving your resumé a unique format and design, but the person reading it shouldn’t need to squint to understand what you’ve written.


2. Keep It Relevant

If your first job was working in an ice cream shop when you were 16, consider omitting that information when applying for professional jobs. Even if you made the best ice creams in town, only include skills and experience that are relevant to the role.


3. Put Important Information First

If you have a relevant degree or the exact skills the job poster is looking for, be sure to put that information at the top of your resumé to ensure it doesn’t get missed.


4. Use Keywords from the Job Posting

Simply take keywords and phrases from the posting and sprinkle them throughout your resumé to prove you’ve actually read the job posting.


5. Tailor Every Application  

Tailoring your resumé for different jobs is one of the most effective CV tips out there. If you fail to follow all the specific requirements included in the job posting, you could be overlooked.


6. Pay Careful Attention to Detail

Even if you’ve got all the right skills and experience, small resumé mistakes like typos, grammatical errors and clumsy formatting could still stop you from landing your dream job. Be sure to proofread your resumé carefully to ensure it doesn’t contain any embarrassing blunders.


7. Use a Professional Email Address

Still using the same email address your made in primary school? Unless you had the foresight as a kid to create a professional-sounding email, you may need to make a new one to give your resumé a more professional look.


8. Update Your Contact Information

Always double check you’ve got the right contact information on your resumé. There’s no point in applying for jobs if recruiters have no way of getting in touch with you.


9. Match Your Resumé with Your Cover Letter

Using the same style of font and formatting across your resumé and cover letter will ensure your job application looks consistent. Even more importantly, double check the information you’ve included in both documents matches up.


10. Cut Down on Waffle

Your resumé should be no longer than two pages; otherwise recruiters may not even bother reading it. Avoid waffling on about yourself by using bullet points and concise language.

By implementing these resumé tips on your next job application, you’re bound to get more call backs, interviews, and job offers. For more expert advice on landing your dream job, contact Major Training to learn about our training opportunities today.

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What is VET in Schools? https://major.com.au/what-is-vet-in-schools/ Fri, 21 Feb 2020 11:57:48 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17217 Want to get a head start on your future while you finish high school? If you’re in year 10, 11 or 12, Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VET in Schools) is a great way to start pursuing your career goals while you get your senior certificate. VETiS courses provide valuable practical learning opportunities through […]

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Want to get a head start on your future while you finish high school? If you’re in year 10, 11 or 12, Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VET in Schools) is a great way to start pursuing your career goals while you get your senior certificate.

VETiS courses provide valuable practical learning opportunities through work experience and help with the transition from high school to paid employment – along with plenty of other benefits.

Learn how you can get job-ready and increase your employment prospects with a nationally accredited qualification funded by the VET in Schools program.


What is the VET in Schools Program?

VET in Schools is an initiative funded by the Queensland Government. It allows eligible year 10, 11 and 12 students to undertake vocational training fee-free while they’re at school.

This training is directly related to work to help students obtain the qualifications they need to work in a specific job.

In Queensland, VET in Schools is funded by:

Training (Annual VET investment budget) – This budget provides funding to any RTO that is approved by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training as a prequalified supplier (PQS).

Ask your guidance/career officer, vocational education coordinator or Head of Senior School about the options available to you.

The Queensland Government provides more helpful information about VET in Schools here.


How does VET in Schools work?

VETiS programs normally involve training one day a week and can either take one semester or two semesters to complete, depending on the qualification.

Major Training’s VETiS programs involve a detailed training plan developed in conjunction with the school. They provide students with appropriate work placements and training. Upon successful completion of a VETiS program, students will be awarded a nationally recognised Statement of Attainments and Certificates.


What VETiS courses can I do?

If you’re ready to enrol in a VET in Schools program, Major Training offers the following VETiS courses:

  • Certificate I Construction (CPC10111)
  • Certificate II in Engineering Pathways (MEM20413)
  • Certificate II in Logistics (TLI21815)
  • Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (UEE22011).

Upon completion, students will have the foundational skillsets for future employment as well as credit toward a high-school certification and vocational or university studies.

Learn more about our VETiS courses here, or get in touch with our friendly team for more information.

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What Does a Carpenter Do? https://major.com.au/what-does-a-carpenter-do/ Fri, 10 Jan 2020 08:58:00 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17211 Carpenters are pretty clever multitasking craftsmen, and job duties can vary from chippy to chippy. The short version? They work in the construction industry creating mostly wood structures – from timber decking to pergolas and framing for new buildings. If you’re here for the long version, learn more about what carpenters do below. What do […]

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Carpenters are pretty clever multitasking craftsmen, and job duties can vary from chippy to chippy.

The short version? They work in the construction industry creating mostly wood structures – from timber decking to pergolas and framing for new buildings.

If you’re here for the long version, learn more about what carpenters do below.


What do carpenters do?

Carpenters construct, install and repair infrastructure frameworks and buildings using wood and other materials. They’re involved in a range of construction projects such as erecting building frames, roofs and floors and even building highways and bridges.

While the specifics of carpentry jobs can change, most involve studying a client’s blueprints or following a supervisor’s instructions to determine the materials, dimensions and installation procedures required for a project.

From here, they’ll cut and shape wood and other materials with tools like chisels, saws and sanders, then assemble the materials to create fittings and structures ready to install. Depending on the project, they might use rigging hardware and cranes to install building framework.


Types of Carpentry

Rough Carpenters

Just as their name implies, rough carpenters handle all the “rough” jobs. They take care of structural work, focusing on framing, scaffolding, support structures and floorwork.

Finish/Trim Carpenters

These guys focus on more ornamental work that affects the final appearance of a project such as staircases, windows, decking, intricate woodwork and interior trims.

Joiners/Cabinet Makers

This specialised area of carpentry focuses on making cabinets (such as in the bathroom or kitchen) and even home furniture.


How much does a carpenter earn?

According to Neuvoo, the average salary for a carpenter in Australia is $74,056 per year or $37.98 per hour. Entry-level positions start at $55,000 per year and experienced workers can make up to $110,000 per year.

Like with most occupations, your income can change depending on your qualifications, experience, location, and the area of carpentry in which you specialise.


Difference Between a Carpenter and a Builder

To put it simply, a carpenter builds the woodwork of a structure and is contracted by a builder who supervises their work. A builder might be contracted by a business owner or architect, or work for themselves.

While chippies are qualified tradies, they need to complete further studies to become a licenced builder (like our Certificate IV in Building and Construction).


How to Become a Carpenter

To work as a registered carpenter in Australia, you have to successfully complete a four-year apprenticeship and Certificate III in Carpentry.

This qualification gives you the skills and knowledge you need to pursue an entry-level role in the construction and building industry.

If you’d like to become a chippy, learn how to get there with our helpful article How to Become a Carpenter.

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How to Become a Carpenter https://major.com.au/how-to-become-a-carpenter/ Fri, 10 Jan 2020 08:56:31 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17198 Want a career where you can use your hands and your creativity? Carpenters get to do just that, working with wood to build, install and repair different structures and fixtures – from kitchen cabinets to bridges. They can work in a range of areas such as joinery, framework, and formwork. The job outlook for chippies […]

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Want a career where you can use your hands and your creativity?

Carpenters get to do just that, working with wood to build, install and repair different structures and fixtures – from kitchen cabinets to bridges. They can work in a range of areas such as joinery, framework, and formwork.

The job outlook for chippies in Australia is looking good, with an estimated 69,000 job openings from 2018-2023 (around 13,800 per year). If you’ve been thinking about entering the building and construction industry, now’s a good time to take the first step and find the right carpentry courses to get you there.

Learn how to become a carpenter and how to get a carpenter licence with this advice from Major Training.


Carpentry Courses

To work as a qualified chippy in Australia, you have to complete a Certificate III in Carpentry (CPC30211). This carpentry course teaches you all the skills and processes to competently work in residential and commercial applications. It also includes the requirements for a carpenter’s licence.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Use carpentry tools and equipment
  • Complete general demolitions
  • Complete levelling operations
  • Apply concreting to simple forms
  • Assemble partitions
  • Install flooring systems
  • Construct ceiling and wall frames
  • Install and replace windows and doors
  • Erect roof trusses
  • Work effectively and sustainably
  • Apply OHS requirements, policies, and procedures.

And that’s just the start.

To be eligible to enrol in this carpentry course, you have to apply for a carpentry apprenticeship. You’re required to be employed full-time or part-time in a workplace that gives you sufficient hands-on experience to meet the unit of competency requirements. Assessment includes a combination of knowledge and skills observation and apprenticeship employer reports.

A Certificate III in Carpentry opens doors to entry-level roles and is a great place from which to progress in the industry. If you’re interested in becoming a qualified builder or construction manager, graduates of this course are eligible to enrol in a Certificate IV in Building and Construction (CPC40110).

How long does it take to become a carpenter?

A carpentry apprenticeship with Certificate III in Carpentry takes four years.

Apprenticeship probation is 90 days.

Call our team on 1300 790 822 or enrol online to learn more about undertaking a carpentry apprenticeship with Major Training.


How to Get a Carpentry Apprenticeship

Not sure how to become a carpentry apprentice?

Where you undertake your apprenticeship is an important decision, as this is where you’ll learn a lot of your skills and work closely with qualified carpenters. So when you’re looking for an employer, it’s key to consider whether it’s the right fit.

You can start by researching local businesses online and searching local newspaper classified sections to see who’s offering apprenticeships in the industry. Once you are employed, Major Training can be selected as your Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

Working in partnership with the Australian Apprenticeship Network, we strive to understand your strengths and goals by delivering an apprentice training plan that suits your needs. Call our team on 1300 790 822 to discuss your eligibility for a carpentry apprenticeship today.

Refer to our information for apprentices and trainees for more details.

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What Types of Electricians are There? https://major.com.au/what-types-of-electricians-are-there/ Fri, 10 Jan 2020 08:51:09 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17172 Thinking about training to become a sparky? We don’t blame you – the pay is great, it offers security, and employment is projected to grow 10% from 2018 to 2028 (faster than the average for all other occupations). Whether you’re looking to install wiring in homes or fix machinery in factories, there are many types […]

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Thinking about training to become a sparky? We don’t blame you – the pay is great, it offers security, and employment is projected to grow 10% from 2018 to 2028 (faster than the average for all other occupations).

Whether you’re looking to install wiring in homes or fix machinery in factories, there are many types of electrical jobs available to sparkies in Australia.

Discover the different types of electricians and the electrical licence types required for each role.


Residential/Domestic Electricians

Residential electricians work in homes, apartments and other residential properties. They spend most of their time installing, maintaining, upgrading and repairing electrical lines, systems and household appliances.

They might plan the electrical design for a new house being built, install new wiring throughout home renos, or install, maintain and repair lights, outlets, heating/ventilation systems and more. From simple socket fixes to updating every lighting fixture, residential electricians tackle all the big and small electrical jobs around the home.


Commercial Electricians

These electricians do much the same as residential electricians, except they work on commercial buildings.

Daily jobs might include installing, inspecting, upgrading, maintaining and repairing wiring, outlets, lighting and generators. Commercial electricians might be contracted by hospitals, schools, restaurants, retail stores and other businesses.


Construction Electricians

Research shows almost 64% of Aussie electricians work in the construction industry. Construction electricians work on – you guessed it – construction sites. They’re generally contracted at the building phase of residential, commercial and industrial sites, working on structures as they’re being built to ensure the electrical systems are suitable for the building’s intented use.

Responsibilities include installing light fixtures and switches, heating and cooling systems, and communications equipment. Construction electricians are also required to understand construction blueprints.


Emergency Electricians

Emergency electricians are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to rush to the rescue of domestic or commercial clients. From burning power outlets to blown switchboards, emergency electricians are the go-to when it comes to time-sensitive, unexpected electrical problems.

If you’re not bothered by getting calls in the middle of the night and working outside regular 9-to-5 hours, you could make a pretty penny in this position.


Learn more about completing a Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician with Major Training here or call our helpful team on 1300 790 822.

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How to Become an Electrician https://major.com.au/how-to-become-an-electrician/ Fri, 10 Jan 2020 08:48:19 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=17167 Looking for a high-paying trades job that offers stability and plenty of excitement? Electricians are one of the highest-paid tradies in Australia, and they’re in high demand throughout the country – which might be why the number of sparkies continues to grow so rapidly. In fact, the number of people working as electricians in Australia […]

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Looking for a high-paying trades job that offers stability and plenty of excitement?

Electricians are one of the highest-paid tradies in Australia, and they’re in high demand throughout the country – which might be why the number of sparkies continues to grow so rapidly. In fact, the number of people working as electricians in Australia is expected to grow from 156,400 in 2018 to 163,500 by 2023.

While Aussie electricians mostly work in construction, manufacturing and mining, there are endless areas an electrician course can take you.

Whether you’re looking to work for a company or start your own business, if you think you’ve got what it takes to be a sparky, learn how to become an electrician with this advice from Major Training.


Electrician Courses

You’re required to successfully complete a Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (UEE30811) to work as a qualified electrician in Australia.

This nationally recognised electrician course equips you with all the knowledge and skills you need to become an electrician or self-employed electrical contractor. It also includes the ERAC requirements for an electrician’s licence, which you need to legally work as an electrician.

You’ll finish this course with the qualifications to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in buildings and other domestic, commercial and industrial premises as a professional electrician.

To get a Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician, you’ll have to apply for an electrical apprenticeship. You must be employed full-time or part-time and have access to a work environment to be able to gain sufficient real-world experience to successfully complete the unit of competency requirements.

During your apprenticeship, you’ll get hands-on training with your employer along with structured training classes with an RTO. The assessment for this course includes a combination of knowledge and skills observation and employer reports.

How long does it take to become an electrician?

An electrical apprenticeship with Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician takes four years.

Apprenticeship probation is 90 days.

Give us a call on 1300 790 822 or enrol online to learn more about undertaking an electrical apprenticeship with Major Training.


How to Become an Electrician Apprentice

Not sure how to find an electrical apprenticeship?

As your apprenticeship is where you’ll be learning your skills and working closely with qualified sparkies, it’s important you take time to choose a workplace that suits you.

You can start by asking around at local electrical companies and checking newspaper classified sections for businesses offering apprenticeships. Once you have secured employment you can select Major Training as the RTO to train you!

We’re partnered with the Australian Apprenticeship Networks to offer apprentice training plans that suit your needs. Give our friendly team a call on 1300 790 822 to discuss your eligibility for an electrical apprenticeship today.

Learn more about becoming a sparky with our article What to Expect From an Electrical Apprenticeship.

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Looking of way to get your foot in the door for an electrical apprenticeship? https://major.com.au/uee22011-certificate-ii-in-electrotechnology-career-start/ Sat, 04 Jan 2020 10:37:57 +0000 https://major.com.au/?p=15761 Join Major Trainings’ New Pre-Trade Career Start Electro Program! If you are looking to become and qualified electrician, this pathway course in UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) is a pre-apprenticeship program to UEE30811 – Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician qualification. This program will provide you with hands-on practical training. Key information: UEE22011 Certificate […]

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Join Major Trainings’ New Pre-Trade Career Start Electro Program!

If you are looking to become and qualified electrician, this pathway course in UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) is a pre-apprenticeship program to UEE30811 – Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician qualification.

This program will provide you with hands-on practical training.

Key information:

  • UEE22011 Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)
  • Monday the 17th February 2020 Yatala
  • 7-9 Week course ( including 2 weeks work placement)
  • Free bus pick up service from Beenleigh train station on scheduled course days
  • 5 days from 7.30am to 3.30pm
  • $95 Non-Concession*
  • $45 concession*
  • Eligibility criteria applies

What will you learn:

  • UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
  • UEENEEE179A Identify and select components, accessories and materials for energy sector work activities
  • HLTAID001 Provide CPR
  • HLTAID003 Provide First Aid
  • UETTDRRF06B Preform rescue from a live LV Panel
  • CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry
  • UEENEEE141A Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment
  • UEENEEE102A Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components
  • UEENEEE148A Carry out routine work activities in an energy sector environment
  • UEENEEE105A Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment
  • UEENEEK142A Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector
  • UEENEEE104A Solve problems in D.C. circuits
  • UEENEEC001B Maintain Documentation

Prerequisites:

  • Undertake a readiness assessment (A high-level maths is required as some models are quite intensive)
  • You must have successfully completed year 12 (or equivalent)
  • Have own transport

Where can this program take me:

After successfully completing the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) program, participants may proceed to the Certificate III Electrotechnology. Further information can be found at www.training.gov.au and follow the link:
https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/UEE30811

CALL 07 3489 7733 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW

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* Eligibility requirements for Certificate 3 Guarantee funding if:

  • You are 15 years of age or older
  • Have finished or left secondary school (with the exception of VET in Schools students)
  • Are a Queensland resident
  • Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident (including humanitarian entrant) or temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permit on the pathway to permanent residency or a New Zealand citizen
  • Prospective students must not have or be enrolled in a certificate III level or higher qualification (not including qualifications completed at school and foundation skills training).
  • Employment status does not matter, nor is there any minimum education requirement, except the standard entry requirements for the course
  • For more information go to https://major.com.au/our-services/certificate-3-guarantee-funded-courses/

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