Power up your career
Ignite your curiosity in power and become a 'sparky' with a trade qualification in electrical engineering, electrotechnology, refrigeration or use one of our courses to get your licence.
With skills always in demand, electricians can earn above average salaries while taking on various different jobs and projects.
By studying an Electrotechnology course at TAFE Queensland Gold Coast, you will gain a thorough understanding of the safety concepts and requirements due to the high danger in working in this industry.
Many Electrotechnology courses at TAFE Queensland Gold Coast are delivered as apprenticeships. An apprenticeship through TAFE Queensland Gold Coast provides you with a nationally recognised practical qualification and is an investment in your long-term potential for employment.
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Career opportunities available
- Electrical Contractor.
Five reasons to study Electrotechnology with TAFE Queensland Gold Coast
- TAFE Queensland Gold Coast Electrotechnology courses have been developed with industry professionals, and provide students with the skills to successfully gain employment in this industry.
- Your apprenticeship is an investment in your long-term potential for employment.
- You will get hands-on experience and earn money while training.
- If you are the kind of person who likes to be mentally and physically challenged, then a TAFE Queensland Gold Coast Electrotechnology course sounds like the right move for you.
- There are excellent employment opportunities in the mining sector for qualified electrotechnicians.
Did you know
- Electricians working in Antarctic stations are exposed to a wider range of experience within the trade than you would at most other places in Australia, as you basically maintain the electrical network of a small town.
- According to ABS Labour Force stats, almost all workers in the Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services sector are employed full time, around 1 in 10 are employed part-time.
- Over the five years to November 2017, employment growth in Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services is moderate, up by 3,300 or 2.2%.