This applied industry focused advanced diploma covers a variety of skills such as electrical technology fundamentals, rotating machinery and transformers, energy efficiency, earthing and safety regulations, operation and maintenance of electrical equipment, power supply systems, quality network protection and operation. Upon completion of this program, you will gain skills and knowledge in the latest and developing technologies in electrical engineering.
• Skills in the latest electrical system and power industry technologies
• Practical guidance from experts in the field
• Global networking contacts in the industry
• Improved career prospects and income
• A world class Advanced Diploma of Applied Electrical Engineering (Power Industry)
The VET Student Loan program is available for this course for eligible Australian students. Click here to find out more
Graduates will have the knowledge and skills to contribute to the capacity of electrical engineering and related industries, particularly the power supply industries, to maintain their competitiveness in a global marketplace through the application of latest technologies, value adding to existing products, process and services and the development of new, sustainable and innovative solutions.
Seven threads run through the program to give students maximum, functional coverage in the broad field of electrical engineering. These threads comprise electrical technology fundamentals, distribution equipment and protection, rotating machinery and transformers, energy efficiency, earthing and safety regulations, operation and maintenance of electrical equipment, and power supply maintenance, protection and control.
Graduates will be able to:
The course includes 18 modules and 2 units of competency. These modules cover a range of aspects to provide you with maximum practical coverage in this field.
|Use basic mathematics in engineering
|Basic Electrical Engineering
|Apply the fundamentals of professional engineering practice (Unit of competency imported from 52857WA)
|Electrical Power Distribution
|Transformers, Circuit Breakers and Switchgear
|Power Cables and Accessories
|Earthing and Lightning / Surge Protection
|Power System Protection
|Electrical Safety and Wiring Regulations
|Testing, Troubleshooting and Maintenance of Electrical Equipment
|Energy Efficiency and Energy Use
|Power Supply System Equipment and Installations
|Electrical Network Controls
|Switching Programs for Transmission and Distribution Networks
As engineering paraprofessionals, graduates will be able to:
Student applications are considered on a case-by-case basis and the following minimum entry requirements are to be strictly adhered to:
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VET Student Loan (VSL) Program is available for this course:
This means eligible students can use a VET Student Loan to pay their tuition fees up to a maximum loan cap amount, to be repaid through the Australian Taxation System.
If you have been approved for a VET Student Loan, the borrowed amount will be incurred as a debt that is repayable to the Commonwealth government.
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This qualification is officially accredited within the Australian Qualifications Framework by the Training Accreditation Council (TAC), and EIT is approved by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) for delivery by EIT in all Australian states. EIT delivers this program to students worldwide. This course is classified as Level 6 under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
In addition, this advanced diploma is provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia.
Provisional accreditation means that the program meets the accreditation criteria to the extent possible at the time of the evaluation and will likely receive full accreditation when a representative group of graduates have emerged.
EIT has commenced the accreditation process for full recognition with Engineers Australia and achieved the provisional accreditation status. Fully accredited courses are internationally recognized.
Find out more about country-specific accreditation and professional recognition.
Students should satisfy themselves through their own research with their local accreditation before commencing the program.
You are expected to spend approximately 10-15 hours per week learning the program material and completing assessments. This includes attending weekly webinars that run for about 90 minutes to facilitate class discussion and allow you to ask questions. This program is run online on a part-time basis and has been designed to fit around full-time work. It will take 24 months to complete.
We understand that sometimes work commitments and personal circumstances can get in the way of your studies, so if at any point you feel that you are struggling with the pace of the course or finding a particular module challenging, you are encouraged to contact your designated learning support officer for assistance.
Applications are open for our upcoming intakes. Please ensure your application is submitted at least one week before the start date of the program.
Any student has a right to appeal a decision of the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) or any member of the institute’s staff. EIT has a comprehensive Policy on Appeals and Grievances to assist students.
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