This program provides underpinning knowledge and skills for qualified plumbers, gas fitters, refrigeration and air conditioning technicians, assembly and servicing electrical fitter and mechanical fitter to register for a Restricted Electrical License (REL). This licence is required to carry out electrical disconnect and reconnect work in the ACT. The license is issued by Access Canberra ACT Government and not CIT.
This program achieves units of competency from Certificate III in Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration (UEE32211).
|Qualification:||Statement of Attainment - training in Restricted Electrical Disconnect - Reconnect [extract from UEE32211]|
|Duration:||Over a 10 -12 week period (approximately 6 hours per week).|
|Likely Job Outcome:||Gives qualified plumbers, gas fitters, refrigeration and air conditioning technicians, assembly and servicing electrical fitter and mechanical fitter additional skills for work.|
Once enrolled at CIT, you will be required to apply for a Restricted Disconnect Reconnect permit with "Access Canberra ACT Government". On presentation of your restricted permit to CIT, you will then be issued with a workplace log book from CIT to record evidence of tasks performed in your workplace. If you wish to apply for a Restricted Electrical Licence (REL) to enable you to work within the ACT, the log book tasks must be completed within the ACT or the surrounding local region. For other jurisdictions, candidates are advised to check for REL licencing regulatory requirements and workplace requirements.
Note: Your workplace log book will require all disconnect and reconnect jobs (relevant to your trade sector only) to be supervised by a qualified Electrician or current Disconnect/Reconnect licence holder. Once you have completed all your log book entries you will submit it to CIT. To be eligible to apply for a Restricted Electrical Disconnect/Reconnect licence with "Access Canberra ACT", you must have successfully completed your log book and training with CIT within your permit period.
If you require further information on the requirements to be issued a Restricted Electrical Licence in the ACT, contact the Construction Occupations Registrar on 02 6207 8096.
Entry Requirements / How to Apply
-be a qualified tradesperson employed in the following trades only: plumbing and gas fitter, Type B gas appliances, refrigeration and air conditioning, assembly and servicing electrical fitter and electrical and mechanical fitter, where disconnection and reconnection of electrical wiring is a component of the work performed.
Note that Restricted Licence requirements do not apply to appliances supplied with electricity through a cord and plug.
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Complete all 3 subjects
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
CIT Code: OHSS433 Cost: $40 Description: This unit specifies the mandatory requirements of occupational health and safety and how they apply to the various electrotechnology work functions. It encompasses responsibilities for health and safety, risk management processes at all operative levels and adherence to safety practices as part of the normal way of doing work. Prerequisites: Nil
Disconnect / reconnect composite appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring
CIT Code: REFR222 Cost: $1415 Description: This unit covers disconnecting and reconnecting composite appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring. This may be incidental to or a primary and regular function of work related to a principle work function. It encompasses working safely, identifying supply arrangements, following isolation procedures, selecting and using testing and measuring devices, terminating and connecting cables and conductors, safely testing and reporting.
The unit coverage excludes disconnecting or reconnecting circuits at a switchboard or to general electrical accessories (including switches, socket outlets, circuit protective devices etc); or installation of or alteration to any part of the fixed electrical wiring system (defined as electrical installing work).
Locate and rectify faults in low voltage composite appliances using set procedures
CIT Code: REFR223 Cost: $500 Description: This unit covers locating and rectifying fault(s) in composite appliances intended to operate to a connected supply up to 1,000 volts a.c. or 1,500 volts d.c. This may be incidental to or a primary and regular function in the workplace. It encompasses following prescribed procedures, working safely, reading circuit diagrams, isolation procedures, identifying faults according to procedures, identifying like for like replacement/repair components according to procedures, selecting and using testing and measuring devices, terminating and connecting cables and conductors, safety testing and reporting.
Note: Limitations of this unit.
This unit does not cover installations:
a) Where high fault currents are possible,
b) Comprised of complex electrical apparatus and circuits,
c) Associated with fixed wiring other than disconnecting and reconnecting electrical equipment, circuits at a switchboard or to general electrical accessories (including switches, socket outlets, circuit protective devices etc); or installation of or alteration to any part of the fixed electrical wiring system (defined as electrical installing work).listed in the Range Statement of the unit,
d) In hazardous areas or on electrical equipment that is part of an explosion protection technique.
|Diploma||Electronics and Communications Engineering UEE50511|
|Certificate III||Electronics and Communications UEE30911|
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