Training Courses – NECA Training Ltd (RTO 91632)

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100% Money back guarantee

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Nationally recognised training

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Specialist in electrical and telecommunications

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Train with someone you can trust

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Training by the industry for the industry

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Anyone can enrol (including non-members)

ASP + Working Near Powerlines

Ausgrid Electrical Safety Observer (Class 2X)

Working near powerlines (including observers) – Initial

For NBN workers, tree trimmers, crane operators/observers or EWP observers and other work around powerlines

ASP Level 2 – Initial

All the information and courses your need to become a Level 2 ASP including Underground, Overhead and Statutory training.

Level 1 and Level 2 ASP – Refresher Training

Includes ASPs, Tree Trimmers, Telco technicians, Plant/Equipment operators.
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What do I need to do to become an ASP?

There are 5 basic steps:

  1. Complete the training with us
  2. Set up your safe systems of work
  3. Apply to the Department of Industry to be accredited as an ASP
  4. Purchase all the required safety, rescue and work equipment
  5. Apply with the Electricity Distributors (eg Ausgrid, Endeavour, Essential) to work as an ASP on their network

For more detailed information on the ASP requirements click on the link for a printable version of the Department of Industry ASP-Application-Form-and-Scheme-Rules Nov 2016.

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What is ASP – Statutory Training?

Statutory training is your basic safety training for working on the electricity network. It is not required when first submitting your application to become an ASP with the Department of Industry however it is a requirement before being allowed to work on the electricity distributors network ie Ausgrid, Endeavour Energy, Essential Energy. Normally people enrol in the statutory training at the same time as the rest of the ASP training.
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Can I be Class 2B (Underground) and Class 2C (Overhead ) ASP accredited only?

Yes. The rules allow you to apply for any Level 2 ASP class independently. You don’t have to complete the Class 2D (Metering) to be eligible for Class 2C (Overhead) or Class 2B (Underground).
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Is there a specific order that I need to follow to complete all ASP Level 2 Classes?

Yes. You must complete the ‘Core’ units before being eligible to attend Class 2B (Underground) or Class 2C (Overhead) training. We offer all the components on a rotating roster so there’ll be training for the class you want within the next few weeks. Click on the ‘DATES AND BOOKINGS’ button on the course page for the next available dates.
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Do I pay less if I enrol in all Level 2 ASP classes and do the combined training (2B+2C+2D)? What is the difference?

No. You don’t save any money. There are core units of training that repeat themselves throughout all 3 classes so you’re only required to complete them once. This is why the combined course appears cheaper at first glance. If you only attend one class and come back for another class at a later date you will only be required to complete the ‘gap’ training to complete the class. For example; If you complete Class 2B now and come back for Class 2C later you’ll only need to sit for 4 days training not 7.
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Do I need to complete the online registration form again for every ASP class?

No. Just complete the online registration for one class (eg Class 2B) and leave a message in the comments field that you want to add more classes (eg Statutory and Class 2C). We’ll do the rest.

Electrical Apprenticeship

UEE30811 – Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician

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Smart Meter - UEENEEG171A

Smart Meter – UEENEEG171A (Canberra)

Smart meter training NOW available in Canberra.

Smart Meter – UEENEEG171A

This unit covers the installation, set up and commission of interval metering under the power of choice arrangement.
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What does Smart Meter Training qualification allow me to do?

The Smart meter qualification (UEENEEG171A) allows you to install smart meters (type 1 to 4) as a sub-contractor for one of the approved metering providers. Not as a sole trader.

Telecommunications Courses

ACMA – Open Registration and Endorsements

Open registration – Structured Cabling (cat 6) – Coaxial – Optic Fibre – Smart Wired and more!
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I want to get the Open Registration Cablers licence. What course do I enrol in to get the licence.

Enrol in the ‘Open Registration’ course on the telecommunications page of this website.
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If I complete the Open Registration and the endorsements is it the same thing as having Cert III?

Technically no, it’s not the same thing however there is a huge array of work you can do with just the Open registration and endorsements. Many electricians complete the endorsements to supplement the electrical work they normally do.
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Do I need to have an electrical licence to do telecommunications training?

No but someone starting ‘green’ needs to complete additional training and demonstrate 360 hours work. For more information read page 3 of the ACMA registration rule HERE.
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Can I install Cat. 6 cable if I’ve completed the ‘Open Registration’ course?

No. You must also complete the ‘Structured Cabling’ endorsement.

Automation - Internet of Things - Control

Lighting Control – Cabling Techniques

Wiring practices for lighting control systems in commercial installations
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Solar Grid + Battery Storage

Battery storage for grid connected PV systems

Clean Energy Council (CEC) approved training for grid connected battery storage systems.

Designer-installer of grid connected pv systems

Clean Energy Council (CEC) approved training for photovoltaic power systems connecting to a supply grid inverter.
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I want to install Solar Panels. What do I need to do?

Attend the Solar Grid Connect course listed on this website and then apply to the Clean Energy Council (CEC) for accreditation. Details on how to apply are discussed in detail throughout the course.
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Do I need to be a licensed electrician to install solar panels?

Technical no but the prerequisite subjects required to attend the course are embedded in the electrical trade and we don’t offer them as separate subjects here at NECA Training. This means we can only accept electricians or apprentices that have completed the certificate III in electrotechnology but haven’t received their proficiency certificate yet.

The exact wording on ASQAs website for the prerequisites is:

  • UEENEEE104A -Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • UEENEEE137A -Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work and
  • UEENEEE108A -Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage (ELV) circuits or
  • UEENEEG106A – Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits

Note: Those holding an Unrestricted Electrician’s Licence or equivalent issued in an Australian State or Territory meet the pre-requisite requirements of this unit.

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I’m an engineer, can I complete the Grid Connect course and Design and Install solar panels?

Anyone can attend our training and receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course but a person can only receive a statement of attainment and be officially qualified if they meet the prerequisite requirements stated in the previous point.
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Are NECA Training offering a battery storage course?

Yes.

Safety Training

Low Voltage Rescue and CPR – Initial

Is your electrical safety training up to date? Don't risk it.

Low Voltage Rescue and CPR – Refresher

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Electrical/industry

Working Safe with Asbestos in the Electrical Industry

Designed for electrical workers on the safe drilling and handling of asbestos materials.

Installation Testing to AS3000/3017

Not up to date on the latest electrical testing requirements or maybe an apprentice brushing up for capstone testing?

Isolate – Lock Out -Tag Out

This course is ideal for electrical contractors that want to ensure all staff are refreshed on electrical safety rules and practices.

Electrical Safety – Safe Work Code of Practice + Arc Flash

Keep up to date with the latest regulatory changes relating to safety in the electrical industry and refresh electrical safety practices.
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Is the training available to non-members?

Yes. In fact 80% of our enrolments are non-members.
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What should I do if I’m sick and cannot attend training?

Please leave a message on our ‘Leave a Message’ form and let us know you’re not coming. Our admin staff check the inbox every morning and will notify the trainer.
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Can I mix and match courses?

FLEXIBLE PACKAGES – Create your own training package. Select any 2 half day training courses to create a full days training. (Minimum numbers apply)
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If I have a large group can I organise my own course dates?

GROUP BOOKINGS – Custom sessions can be organised for group bookings (minimum group sizes apply). Please leave a message using our ‘Cntact Us’ form and we’ll get back to you.
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What is the USI (Unique Student Identifier)? Do I need it to enrol? Where and how do I get it?

For more information on how to get a USI and what it is CLICK HERE.
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What’s the course date? Do you have more dates after that one?

Click on the ‘Dates and Booking’ button inside the course description to view the available dates. If the dates available are not suitable for you please leave a message using the contact form and we’ll notify you of the next course dates when they’re published.
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I’m a NECA Member. Do I get a discount for training courses?

Not at this point in time.
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When do I need to pay for my training?

Training MUST be paid for before attending a course.
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Do you have other training centres in different locations?

Not at the moment. We’re investigating options in other parts of NSW and the ACT but nothing has been confirmed.
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Do you offer onsite training?

Not normally. All our specialised equipment and computer rooms are set up in our training centre so it needs to remain on site. We have large scale commercial clients that we deliver on-site training for but these are arranged with them on a contract basis.
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I’m after the Asbestos Awareness for ACT, can I do your course?

No. Our course is non accredited. The ACT has a specific requirement for accredited training.

Disconnect/Reconnect

Disconnect/Reconnect (Hot Water, Motors, Appliances)

Non-electrical tradespeople (plumbers, fitter machinist etc) wanting to perform their own electrical connections when conducting a like-for-like replacement.
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Can I do electrical work after completing the Disconnect/ Reconnect course?

No. You must apply for a restricted licence with the department of fair trading after completing the course. This information is covered in detail during the course.

Note: You must have a relevant trade licence to be accepted by the department of fair trading. An example would be a plumber that needs the training to disconnect and reconnect a hot water system.

Business + Estimating

Starting an Electrical Business

According to ABS Statistics, more than 60% of small businesses cease operating within the first 3 years of starting. Don’t be one of them.

Estimating Electrical Projects

This course is suitable for both electrical contractors and employees of larger electrical contracting companies moving into estimating roles.
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Are the ‘Starting an Electrical Business’ and ‘Estimating’ courses combined?

No. these are run as 2 separate courses aimed at different people. The ‘Starting an Electrical Business’ course is for people just starting a business whereas the ‘Estimating’ course is more suitable for existing businesses that are taking on large scale work such as commercial and industrial.