Queensland Contractors License QBP and QTP
To be an electrical contractor in Queensland, there are two parts of training (business and technical) set out by the Electrical Safety Office of Queensland. The Electrical Contractors Course we offer is made up of six units, qualified technical person (QTP) units are UEEEL0002,UEEEL0030 & UEEEL0029 (formerly UEENEEG197A, UEENEEG122A & UEENEEG123A), the qualified business person (QBP) units are UEECD0007, UEEEL0040 & BSBESB402, (formerly UEENEEG175A, UEENEEE101A & BSBSMB401).
Safe work & LV testing refresher (AS/NZS 3000 – AS/NZS 3017)
Being licensed to perform electrical work doesn’t mean that a worker can perform testing in accordance with the relative standard. This course covers the legislative requirements for testing, test instruments required and techniques used and AS/NZS 3000/3017 requirements.
This training can be studied online OR attended face-to-face at our office.
ACMA open cablers license
This course covers laying and terminating of telecommunications cabling in buildings and premises. It encompasses working safely and to Australian Communications and Media Authority’s “Open” Cabling Provider Rules, installing multiple telephone line, multi-pair cables, backbone cabling, terminating in socket outlets, terminating modules and distributors, testing and compliance checks and completing cabling documents.
Our CPR LVR course covers important and up to date Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation techniques and guidelines in a fun and easy way to understand. The course runs for approximately two hours and is a must for anyone who wants to learn the latest information related to CPR as prescribed by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).
Apply compliance requirements to all aspects of electrical work
This unit covers competencies to apply OHS and electrical installation safety obligations of persons licensed to undertake electrical work. It encompasses OHS requirements for identifying hazards, establishing levels of risk mitigation control, following safe working methods, determining whether an electrical installation is compliant, dealing with installation defects and documenting activities and outcomes.
Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installation
This unit covers current practices in working safely and verifying compliance of electrical installations that affect the currency of competencies held. It encompasses working safely, procedures for rescue from contact with live parts and for applying emergency first aid. It also encompasses current practices in visual inspections and mandatory compliance testing, identifying non-compliance defects and mandatory reporting requirements.
Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures.
This unit is designed to educated students in the areas of identifying and complying with regulatory requirements, legal, taxation and insurance requirements, and risk management of small business.
Test and Tag
Our Test and Tag course will educate you in the process of testing and tagging to the Australian Standard (AS/NZS 3760). UEERL0003 covers safety testing of electrical cord assemblies and cord connected equipment. It includes working safely, basic electrical concepts, using portable apparatus tester, identifying faults, applying tags and completing testing documentation
Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
Conducted fully online, this course includes applying safe working practices, following workplace procedures for hazard identification and risk control. It also includes electrotechnology worker responsibilities and application for health and safety, risk management and adherence to safety practices as part of electrotechnology work functions when preparing to enter a work area
Term Training offers training fully online through the learning platform Moodle. Click the link below to view the available tutorials.
These tutorials are non-accredited and designed to refresh knowledge and skills