Members of the electrical industry are invited to participate in an industry focused questionnaire. With the imminent introduction of a new Building Commission in NSW, the New South Wales Utilities and Electrotechnology Industry Training Advisory Body (NSW UE ITAB) would like to invite you to participate in a very important and short questionnaire (ABOUT 2 MINUTES). The questionnaire is attached for completion.
Download the questionnaire here: QUESTIONNAIRE
We would like to learn, about what you believe might be the most effective way to ensure electricians maintain currency of their electrical installation competencies, when they apply to renew their electrical licence in NSW.
Please return the questionnaire to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to close off responses by 3rd July 2020.
Your interest and support to helping us learn of your views would be very much appreciated, and help our special Electrical Safety Project (ESP) Group develop ideas and advice to relevant stakeholders including regulators (i.e. Office of Fair Trading).
Please be assured that your feedback will be treated in confidence.
About NSW UE ITAB:
The NSW UE ITAB is an industry led not-for-profit skill, training, workforce development and careers advisory body. It is one of 11 ITABs recognised by the NSW Government. The ITAB has specific responsibility for gathering and providing advice on the Utilities and Electrotechnology (electrical, electronic, I&C, HVAC, computer systems, and other associated disciplines) industry sectors to NSW government, industry, training providers and career aspirants. It is led by an industry Board of Directors and works closely with industry and a range of organisations including employers to promote, share and improve skills formation, career selection, training and assessment and national training package qualifications up-skilling in respective industry sectors in NSW. Please visit our website for more information: www.uensw.com.au
Electrical Safety Project Group:
The NSW UE ITAB has established a special project (Electrical Safety Project (ESP) group. It is comprised of members with wide and varied experience in the electrical industry, and who share a passion for safety.
Safety Competence in the Electricity Industry:
The Electrical Safety Project champions safety in the electrical industry, both for customers – families, commercial and industrial workers – and electrical workers – protecting electricians on the job.
OUR MISSION IS TO BE A CATALYST FOR IMPROVING SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE OF ELECTRICAL WORK IN OUR INDUSTRY
The ESP has established a website with resources that would be useful for those involved in the electrical sector of the Electrotechnology industry. Visit: www.esproject.com.au