Select, install, commission and maintain electrical and electronic equipment

Electricity is the universal means by which we power our cities and homes. Electronics is the enabling technology that is present in every appliance we use. The need for sustainable electricity use drives development of solar energy and other renewable energy resources. TAFE SA electrical courses prepare you for a range of careers in this vital sector.

Electrical and Renewable Energy Courses

Qualifications Help…  National Code
Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)UEE22011
Certificate IV in Electrical - InstrumentationUEE40411
Diploma of Electrical EngineeringUEE50411
Higher Education Help…  National Code
Associate Degree in Electrical EngineeringCRS1400352
Associate Degree in Electrical Engineering /Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) - University of Adelaide Pathway
Apprenticeships and Traineeships Help…  National Code
Certificate III in Electrotechnology ElectricianUEE30811
Certificate III in Instrumentation and ControlUEE31211
International Courses Help… CRICOS Code
Associate Degree in Electrical Engineering092137K
* Eligibility criteria applies. See course details to check if you meet the requirements for funding.

Associate Degrees in Engineering

Get the best of both worlds with a TAFE SA Associate Degree in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Design & Drafting and Site Management.

A TAFE SA Associate Degree gives you options. It can prepare you to go into the workforce immediately as a paraprofessional or high skills employee, or you move into related university study with the credits you earn from your studies with us.

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Hear from students who have studied the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) (UEE22011).

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TAFE SA Solar Car

Did you know that solar cars can operate on the same amount of power as a household hair dryer? TAFE SA students built a solar car for the Global Green Challenge, competing against 40 other cars from 17 different countries over a 3,000km race from Darwin to Adelaide - using only sunlight as fuel.

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