2016 course structure shown here. Scroll down the page to see about the articulation into higher qualifications once you have completed this course.
** traineeship needed for entry to this course.
Discover the basics of electronics end set yourself up for more employment or further study in the field.
When you complete the Certificate II in Electronics, you’ll have the skills required to gain entry level employment in the general and security electronics industries. During the course, you’ll learn about electronic circuits; prototyping circuits; testing; computer-aided design; planning
end construction tasks; installation and fault finding of systems and equipment; and workplace safety.
Experienced teachers, who are experts in the field, will guide you through the program, which involves a combination of theory and practice. This nationally recognised qualification may lead to employment in electronics manufacturing, testing, servicing or technical sales in government, semi-govemment or private organisations. The course can be completed part time over one year or full time over six months (subject to demand). Once complete, you can extend your skills by studying the Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (you will need to have an apprenticeship) or the Diploma in Electronics and Communications (no apprenticeship needed)