The energy sector is exciting with high-growth, new and emerging technologies, and strong employment prospects. Electricity is the universal means by which we power everything around us and electronics is the enabling technology that is present in every appliance we use from cars to computers. The search for sustainable energy sources drives the on-going development of solar and other renewable energy resources. Be part of these vital sectors with a qualification from TAFE SA.
It’s important to meet the pre-requisites as outlined by the Clean Energy Council (CEC) before you begin your solar accreditation training. This may be available through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Credit Transfer (CT). You can be given credits for these required units if you have an electrical licence or hold an electrical or electronics degree.
Keep your options open with an Associate Degree in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Design & Drafting, or Site Management from TAFE SA. Take your place in the workforce as a paraprofessional or high skills employee and start building your career. Or transition with us to a university degree using the study credits you’ve already earned. Get the best of both worlds with a TAFE SA Associate Degree.
TAFE SA electrotechnology lecturer Paul Martino explains some of the different levels of qualifications in electrotechnology.
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