Required for Level 1 and 2 ASPs and Non-Electrical people working around the electrical network

Statutory Training (CPR + LV Rescue + First Aid)


STATUTORY TRAINING – Is not part of the accreditation process but will be required before working on electricity network


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Units:
UETTDRRF06B – Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel (Release 2)
HLTAID001 – Provide Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
UETTDRRF10B – Provide First Aid in an ESI environment (Release 2)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $300 AUD (GST Exempt)


Additional Training For Overhead Work


Unit: UETTDRRF02B – Perform Pole Pop rescue (Release 2)
Duration: 0.5 days
Cost: $150 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.


Units:
UETTDRRF03B – Perform EWP Rescue (Release 2)
UETTDRRF08B – Perform EWP Controlled Descent Escape (Release 1)
Duration: 0.5 Days
Cost: $150 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.


Overview:

LV Rescue – This Competency Unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage apparatus, not including overhead lines and underground cables in the work place. It specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a live LV panel and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions.

CPR – This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council Guidelines. This unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

First Aid in ESI – This Competency Standard Unit covers the provision of first aid in an Electricity Supply Industry (ESI) environment. It includes the recognition and provision of an initial response where first aid is required in emergency situations by providing essential first aid using basic life support measures according to established workplace first aid policies and procedures.

Pole Top Rescue – This Competency Standard Unit covers the performance of pole top rescue procedures as an emergency procedure required in the work place. It specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a pole top and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution and rail work functions.

EWP – This Competency Standard Unit covers the performance of rescue procedures from an Elevating Work Platform (EWP) in the work place. It specifies the mandatory requirements of rescue from a raised EWP by a work party member on the ground and how they apply in the context of transmission, distribution or rail work functions.

Who is it for? This competency standard unit shall be selected as part of an endorsed skill set for the purposes of refresher training and/or to meet regulatory and/or network requirements.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

Entry Requirement: HLTAID001 – CPR

Award: Accredited – Statement of Attainment

What to Bring:

  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt and cotton trousers. Clothing must fully cover legs/arms.
  • Wear safety shoes/boots and safety glasses.

Endeavour Energy Safety Rules

This training is not part of the accreditation process but will be required before working on Endeavour Energy’s electricity network


Location: Joadja Road, Hoxton Park (next to Liverpool Catholic Club)


Unit: Endeavour Energy Safety Rules
Duration: 0.5 days
Cost: Training arranged with Endeavour Energy (Cost TBA)
Notes: Contact Endeavour Training at technical.training@endeavourenergy.com.au

Ausgrid Electrical Safety Rules

This course is not part of the accreditation process but will be required before working on Ausgrids electricity network.


Locations:
Sydney – 48 Holker Street, Silverwater
Newcastle – 78 Abbott Street, Wallsend


Unit: Ausgrid Safety Rules
Duration: 0.5 days
Cost: Training arranged with Ausgrid (Cost TBA)
Notes: Contact Ausgrid Training at training@ausgrid.com.au

Level 2 + Smart Meter

Class 2B - Underground


NOTE: This training meets all the requirements for Class 2A – ‘Disconnect and Reconnect at Connection Point’.

For more information on the ASP requirements click on the link for a printable version of the Department of Industry ASP-Application-Form-and-Scheme-Rules


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Units:
UEENEEK142A – Apply environmentally and sustainable energy procedures in the energy sector (Release 1)
UETTDREL16A – Working near live electrical apparatus (Release 1)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt)


Unit: UETTDRRF11A – Testing of connections to LV electrical networks (Release 1)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt)


Unit: UETTDRIS67A – Solve problems in energy supply network equipment (Release 1)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $600 AUD (GST Exempt)


Unit: UETTDRIS55A – Install and maintain LV underground services (Release 1)
Duration: 3 days
Cost: $900 AUD (GST Exempt)


TOTAL DURATION: 6 Days

TOTAL COST: $2200 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.


Overview: This Competency Standard Unit covers the installation, maintenance and connection of low voltage underground service lines and associated equipment (between the connection point and the point of supply – customers’ premises). Maintenance includes the repair and replacement of service cables, service fuses and the replacement and repair of service hardware, the identification and rectification of faults. It also covers insulation, voltage, polarity testing and phase rotation.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring:

  • Photo ID (eg Drivers licence)
  • Electricians licence
  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved drill cotton shirt, drill cotton trousers and safety shoes/boots.

Entry Requirement: Certificate 3 in Electrotechnology Electrician (or equivalent) OR Certificate 3 in ESI – Power Systems, Distribution Cable Jointing

Award: Statement of Attainment

Class 2C - Overhead


NOTE: This training meets all the requirements for Class 2A – ‘Disconnect and Reconnect at Connection Point’.

For more information on the ASP requirements click on the link for a printable version of the Department of Industry ASP-Application-Form-and-Scheme-Rules


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Units:
UEENEEK142A – Apply environmentally and sustainable energy procedures in the energy sector (Release 1)
UETTDREL16A – Working near live electrical apparatus (Release 1)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt)


Unit: UETTDRRF11A – Testing of connections to LV electrical networks (Release 1)
Unit Duration: 1 day
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt)


Unit: UETTDRIS67A – Solve problems in energy supply network equipment (Release 1)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $600 AUD (GST Exempt)


Units:
UETTDRIS56A – Install and maintain LV overhead services (Release 1)
UETTDRRF02B – Perform Pole Pop rescue (Release 2) FREE with any Class 2C full course enrolment
Duration: 4 days
Cost: $1200 AUD (GST Exempt)


TOTAL DURATION: 7 Days

TOTAL COST: $2500 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.


Overview: This Competency Standard Unit covers the installation, maintenance and connection of low voltage overhead service lines and associated equipment (between the connection point and the point of supply – customers’ premises). Maintenance includes the repair and replacement of service cables, service fuses and the replacement and repair of service hardware, the identification and rectification of faults. It also covers insulation, voltage, polarity testing and phase rotation.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring:

  • Photo ID (eg Drivers licence)
  • Electricians licence
  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved drill cotton shirt, drill cotton trousers and safety shoes/boots.

Entry Requirement: Certificate 3 in Electrotechnology Electrician (or equivalent) OR Certificate 3 in ESI – Power Systems, Distribution Overhead

Award: Statement of Attainment

Class 2D - Metering (Includes Smart Meter)


For more information on the ASP requirements click on the link for a printable version of the Department of Industry ASP-Application-Form-and-Scheme-Rules


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Unit:
UEENEEK142A – Apply environmentally and sustainable energy procedures in the energy sector (Release 1)
UETTDREL16A – Working near live electrical apparatus (Release 1)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt)


Unit: UETTDRRF11A – Testing of connections to LV electrical networks (Release 1)
Duration: 1 day
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt)


Units: UEENEEG171A – Install, set up and commission interval metering (Release 3)
Duration: 3 days
Cost: $1200 AUD (GST Exempt)


TOTAL DURATION:  5 Days

TOTAL COST: $1900 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.


Overview: This unit covers the installation, set up and commission of interval metering for measurement of energy use by consumers under choice of supplier arrangement. It encompasses working safely and to installation and set up standards, evaluating the integrity of metering wiring and earthing systems, fixing metering, making power and communication connections, setting meter parameters and completing the necessary documentation.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring:

  • Photo ID (eg Drivers licence)
  • Electricians licence
  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved drill cotton shirt, drill cotton trousers and safety shoes/boots.

Entry Requirement: Certificate 3 in Electrotechnology Electrician (or equivalent)

Award: Statement of Attainment

Smart Meter Only


Click Here to download a printable factsheet on the Code for safe Installation of Smart Meters. NOTE: Please refer to section 9.


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Unit: UEENEEG171A – Install, set up and commission interval metering (Release 3)
Duration: 3 days
Cost: $1200 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.


Overview: This unit covers the installation, set up and commission of interval metering for measurement of energy use by consumers under choice of supplier arrangement. It encompasses working safely and to installation and set up standards, evaluating the integrity of metering wiring and earthing systems, fixing metering, making power and communication connections, setting meter parameters and completing the necessary documentation.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

What to Bring:

  • Photo ID (eg Drivers licence)
  • Electricians licence
  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved drill cotton shirt, drill cotton trousers and safety shoes/boots.

Entry Requirement: Certificate 3 in Electrotechnology Electrician (or equivalent)

Award: Statement of Attainment

Class 2B+2C+2D – Combined (Includes Smart Meter)

NOTE: If you want more than one ASP category just enrol in one of the categories (for example Class 2B) and leave a note in the comments section letting us now what other categories you want. We’ll do the rest for you.


CLASS 2A + CLASS 2B + CLASS 2D (Includes Smart Meter and Pole Top rescue):

TOTAL DURATION: 13 Days

TOTAL COST: $4600 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.

Level 1

Class 1C - Cable Jointing (COMING SOON)

NOTE: This training meets all the requirements for Class 1A – ‘ Carry out work on or near the overhead electricity network’.

For more information on the ASP requirements click on the link for a printable version of the Department of Industry ASP-Application-Form-and-Scheme-Rules


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Units:
UETTDRCJ21A – Lay ESI electrical cables
UETTDRCJ26A – Install and maintain de-energised LOW voltage underground polymeric cables
UETTDRCJ27A – Install and maintain de-energised HIGH voltage underground polymeric cables
Duration: 15 Days
Member Cost: $4500 AUD (GST Exempt)


Unit: UETTDRRF11A – Testing of connections to LV electrical networks
Unit Duration: 1 day
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt)
Notes: Industry Requirement


Overview:

This Competency Standard Unit covers the laying of cables for electrical purposes and includes the laying of ducts and/or conduit for such cables. It could include direct laying of cables in trenches, on racks, in troughs and /or in conduit or ducts. It also encompasses cable pulling methods, pulling tensions, minimum bending radii, reduction of frictional forces, use of supporting plant (e.g. dynamo-meters, rigging, winches), working on FRC, PVC, A/C ducted systems and the sealing of cables.

Who is it for? This course is designed for electricians that want to work for Level 1 ASPs performing cable jointing work.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

Learning Outcomes:

  • Requirements for the use of enterprise construction manuals, system diagrams/plans and drawings
  • Safety precautions specific to the installation of underground cable encompassing
  • Installation of underground cable procedures
  • Methods of cable handling
  • Methods of cable sealing
  • Methods of installing conduits
  • Procedures for the safe use of LPG equipment for cable jointing
  • Traffic management
  • Procedures for purchasing/ordering items, removing/dispatching items, stocktaking, and record keeping
  • Safety precautions specific to handling underground cables
  • Requirements for the use of enterprise manuals, system diagrams/plans and drawings
  • Types and applications of underground cables
  • Construction types and structures of underground cables
  • Characteristics of different types of underground cables
  • Cable Ratings

Entry Requirement:

Award: Accredited – Statement of Attainment

Course Requirements:

  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt and cotton trousers. Clothing must fully cover legs/arms.
  • Wear safety shoes/boots and safety glasses.

Non-Electricians (Tree loppers, telco workers, plant operators etc)

Class 2X - Working Safely Near Live Electrical Apparatus (Working Near Powerlines)


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Unit: UETTDREL14A – Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker (Release 1)
Duration: 0.5 day
Cost: $175 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration


Overview: This Competency Standard Unit covers compliance with working safely up to the defined “safe approach distance” near energised electrical apparatus (inc. electrical powerlines) for non-electrical workers. It includes work functions that may be performed, such as vegetation control, scaffolding, rigging, painting, and/or any other activity that requires working safely and complying with requirements and/or established procedures near live electrical apparatus by a non-electrical worker.

Who is it for? This training is for personnel working around the electricity network. Examples include but are not limited to Tree trimmers, NBN cablers, Cable layers, Crane drivers etc.

Method of Delivery: Classroom theory and practical skills workshop

Learning Outcomes:

  • Basic electrical principles
  • Transmission, distribution and rail power systems
  • Fundamentals for working safely near live electrical apparatus for non-electrical worker

Entry Requirement: Nil

Award: Accredited – Statement of Attainment

What to Bring:

  • Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment which consists of a long sleeved cotton shirt and cotton trousers. Clothing must fully cover legs/arms.
  • Wear safety shoes/boots and safety glasses.

Required for Level 1 and 2 ASPs and Non-Electrical people working around the electrical network

Annual Refresher Training


NOTE: If you’re electrically qualified and want the second day of training just enrol in the first day of training through our registration link (button above) and leave a note in the comments section letting us now that you need the second day as well. We’ll do the rest for you.


Location: 30 Day street North, Silverwater NSW 2128


Units:
UETTDRRF06B – Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel
HLTAID001B – Provide Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
UETTDRRF10B – Provide First Aid in an ESI environment
UEETTDRRF02B – Perform Pole Top Rescue
UETTDRRF03B – Perform EWP Rescue + UETTDRRF08B – Perform EWP Controlled Descent Escape (Upon request)
ENDEAVOUR ENERGY SAFETY RULES REFRESHER
Duration: 1 Day (10 hours)
Cost: $350 AUD (GST Exempt) – Payable by EFT or credit card upon registration.
Notes: 
1) All personnel working on or near electricity network must complete annually.
2) You must inform us at the time of booking if you need the EWP training.


DAY 2 – FOR ELECTRICALLY QUALIFIED PERSONAL


Unit: UETTDRRF11A – Testing of connections to LV electrical networks (Refresher)
Duration: 0.5 Day
Cost: $150 AUD (GST Exempt)
Note: All ASPs must complete annually

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