This post-trade course is aimed at tradespersons, supervisors or engineers, whose job function requires competencies to supervise, select, install, commission, maintain and test electrical instrumentation systems and equipment.
This professional development course is a natural progression for those keen participants, who are committed to learn and gain experience in instruments and systems installed in the Australian mining, process, oil and gas industries.
It covers the fundamental principles of measuring process variables and practical skills to select, install, commission, fault find and maintain instrumentation equipment and systems in industrial process control.
The course includes theory, samples of equipment, demonstrations, videos and hands-on calibration, setting up of field instruments, writing PLC programs and short answer assessment exercises.
The course is spread over two to three months, with training delivery and assessment given through a combination of:
Upon successful completion of the course, a qualification UEE40410 Certificate IV in Electrical-Instrumentation with the following Units of Competency will be issued, qualifying participants to:
The course involves: in-class progressive assessment; short answer tests; selection of field instruments and control systems; hands-on calibration; setting up of field instruments; writing PLC programs; setting and tuning of PID loops.
All participants are required to bring a copy of their degree, trade qualification or licences, to verify the prerequisite.
Implement and monitor OHS policies and procedures.
Compile and produce an electrotechnology report.
Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan.
Verify compliance and functionality of general electrical Installations.
Install and set up transducers and sensing devices.
Solve problems in pressure measurement systems.
Solve problems in density/level measurement systems.
Solve problems in flow measurement systems.
Solve problems in temperature measurement systems.
Use basic computer applications relevant to a workplace.
Provide basic instruction in the use of electro-technology apparatus.
Develop, enter and verify programs for programmable logic controllers using ladder instruction set.
Supervise and coordinate work activities.
Solve problems in process controllers, transmitters and converters.
Set up process measuring and control instruments.
Set up and adjust process control loops.
Select equipment for process control system.
Calibrate and test measuring systems.
Set up field control devices.
Please see the dates in our courses schedule
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CSTA training courses. To enrol online please use the buttons in the right column. Courses that are delivered by us in conjunction with PMV (Project Management Vision) bear the prefix PMV as seen below.
|PMV-CSE1-2||PMV Cert IV in Electrical Instrumentation - Part 1 & 2||Eligible for NWDF Funding||Joined 22.7.13 to 2.9.13||$2700||Open|
|PMV-CSE1-2||PMV Cert IV in Electrical Instrumentation - Part 1 & 2||Ineligible for NWDF Funding||Joined 22.7.13 to 2.9.13||$7000||Open|
|PMV-CSE1-2||PMV Cert IV in Electrical Instrumentation - Part 1 & 2||Eligible for NWDF Funding - Financial member of CEPU 15$ discounted||Joined 22.7.13 to 2.9.13||$2295||Open|
|PMV-CSE1-2||PMV Cert IV in Electrical Instrumentation - Part 1 & 2||Ineligible for NWDF Funding - Financial member of CEPU 15% discounted||Joined 22.7.13 to 2.9.13||$5950||Open|