This webpage lists the compilation of resources spread out across the NSW UE ITAB website. It provides a central repository of resources which are made available for users.
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Additional Energy Career Resources
Additional Energy Career Resources that include Job Guides, Career Resources, Career Flow Charts and other supporting materials can be accessed via this website at the Energy Career Resources tab.
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Starting a career as an Electrician: DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE HERE
Starting a career as a refrigeration and air conditioning technician: DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE HERE
Electrotechnology PowerUp Careers Brochure here – DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE HERE
Career videos and pathways: Electrotechnology Careers
Electrical Apprenticeship Supervisor Guide: Electrical Apprenticeship Supervisor Guide (NSW UE ITAB Approved Publication – 15 Dec 2021)
Apprentice Electrician Employer Evaluation Guide for Apprentice Network Providers, Employers, RTOs and State Training Authority: Apprentice Electrician Employer Evaluation Guide (NSW UE ITAB Approved Publication – 20 Oct 2022)
ESP Charter: ESP Position Paper (ESP endorsed – 18 Nov 2021-V1)
ESP Position Paper: ESP Position Paper (ESP endorsed – 18 Nov 2021-V1)
ESI – TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND RAIL:
ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector, then download a copy of the ESI TDR PowerUp Careers Brochure here – download brochure
Career videos and pathways: ESI-Transmission, Distribution & Rail Careers
ESI – GENERATION:
ESI Generation PowerUp Careers Brochure here – download brochure
Career videos and pathways: ESI-Generation Careers
Gas PowerUp Careers Brochure here – download brochure
Career videos and pathways: Gas Sector
FAIR TRADING DISCONNECT-RECONNECT ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT NOTICE FOR RTOs
Registered Training Organisations (RTOs), that the Acting Commissioner for the Office of Fair Trading has issued a notice to RTOs in relation to the issuing of transcripts (Statements of Attainment) to persons assessed as competent in disconnecting and reconnecting electrical equipment connected to low voltage (LV) installation wiring.
RTO transcripts must formally include additional information related to the category of ‘electrical equipment’ the qualified holder of the transcript was assessed on, in addition to the other requirements on the application form.
The requirements have been brought about because of the amalgamation of a number of Disconnect and Reconnect units of competency covering a range of categories of electrical equipment into one, in the recently updated Electrotechnology Training Package (UEE).
In order to meet its regulatory functions in relation to affirming the category of ‘electrical equipment’ the qualified holder of an RTO transcript was assessed on, given it is no longer reported in the title of the unit of competency, OFT’s Assistant Commissioner has had to formally gazette and issue a “NOTICE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION” for RTOs. The OFT notice can be downloaded HERE, outlining the requirements that must be reported on an RTO’s transcript.
Specific units of competency are:
- UEERL0004 – Disconnect – reconnect electrical equipment connected to low voltage (LV) installation wiring
- UEERL0005 – Locate and rectify faults in low voltage (LV) electrical equipment using set procedures
The Notice states, “Licence or Certificate applicants are required to provide an RTO issued digital (computer generated) transcript that includes the category of ‘electrical equipment’ the qualified holder of the transcript was assessed on in addition to the other requirements on the application form.
The following specialist work categories of ‘electrical equipment’ must be indicated on the RTO issued digital transcript. Failure to do so will result in the applicant being refused a licence or certificate.
- Hot Water heaters
- Air conditioning