Post Trade Code: HVSR

High Voltage Switching Operations (Refresher)

High Voltage Switching Systems (1)

High Voltage Switching Operations (Refresher)

This course is facilitated and certified by Coex Training (RTO code 41119) through an established partnership with CET and has been developed by industry professionals to re-validate and refresh participants competency in relation to High Voltage (HV) activities.

Please note, this course is delivered at the Coex Osborne Park facility.

‚Äč74 Walters Drive
Osborne Park WA 6017

Fees

Course Fee: $1,100.00

Subsidised Fee: $852.00

Fees are subject to change. Course fees do not incur GST.
*Relevant Membership discount will be applied to the full fee. CET will verify membership eligibility.

Course code

Duration

1 day

Course content

The High Voltage Switching Operations Refresher course has been developed by industry professionals to re-validate and refresh participants competency in relation to High Voltage (HV) activities. The HV refresher course meets the requirements of the Guidelines for the safe management of high voltage (HV) installations in WA.

It is recommended that this course be completed every 2-3 years as per industry standard. With a blended learning approach, learners will be updated on legislation changes, industry practices and will be able to validate their skills and knowledge through the theory and practical assessments.

Successful completion will provide students and employers with a verification that participants meet the required competency levels to safely carry out High Voltage Switching.

Course requirements

Participants require a previous recognised Statement of Attainment in High Voltage Switching to be eligible for an updated Statement for units that were issued in previous recognised training.

Personnel who do not hold a Statement of Attainment but have evidence of regular training and industry experience are eligible to attend but will only receive a Certificate of Attendance.

Fully enclosed shoes must be worn at all times in CET buildings. Safety boots/shoes must be worn when working in the workshop.

Prior to course commencement the student is required to review CET's Code of Conduct found at Terms & Conditions/Policies page

Course materials

Applicants will be provided with all required reference materials and resources

Course breakdown

Core Units of Competency

Code Description Nominal Hours
***** Units issued are dependent on those previously issued by a Registered Training Organisation *****
UEPOPS116 Operate local H.V. switchgear
UEPOPS117 Operate local L.V. switchgear
UEPOPS036 Develop H.V. switching programs
UEPOPS021 Control permit to work operations
UEPOPS124 Perform switching to a switching program
UEPOPS022 Coordinate and direct switching program
UETDREL005 Working safely in the vicinity of live electrical apparatus
UETTDRRF09 Apply access procedures to work on or near electrical network infrastructure
UETDRIS002 Coordinate power systems permit procedures
UETDRIS001 Coordinate and direct power system switching schedules
UETTDRIS67 Solve problems in energy supply network equipment
UETDRSB001 Perform power system substation switching operation to a given schedule
UETDRIS003 Develop high voltage switching schedule
UETDRIS017 Perform high voltage field switching operation to a given schedule

Schedule

Date Location Availability
6 May 2024 Osborne Park 3 places left
17 May 2024 Osborne Park 8 places left
20 May 2024 Osborne Park 10 places left
31 May 2024 Osborne Park 9 places left
14 June 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
17 June 2024 Osborne Park 10 places left
28 June 2024 Osborne Park 11 places left
1 July 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
12 July 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
15 July 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
26 July 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
29 July 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
9 Aug 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
12 Aug 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
23 Aug 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
26 Aug 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
6 Sept 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
9 Sept 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left
20 Sept 2024 Osborne Park 12 places left

Certification & assessment

Successful graduates will be issued by Coex Training (RTO code 41119) with an industry current Statement of Attainment for the units they currently hold.

Skills recognition

The Coex Skills Recognition process benefits applicants who have undergone prior learning and recognises competencies obtained outside a formal educational or training environment, gained through life or work experience. Competencies currently held by applicants will be formally assessed against each applicable Unit of Competency and may be recognised regardless of how, when and where they were achieved. Skills Recognition is an assessment process and a cost recovery charge will apply.

Coex accepts and provides credit to learners for units of competency and/or modules (unless licensing or regulatory requirements prevent this) where these are evidenced by:

  • AQF certification documentation issued by any other RTO or AQF authorised issuing organisation; or
  • Authenticated VET transcript issued by the Registrar

If you believe you are entitled to Skills Recognition, we encourage you to complete the a skills recognition form, available from our CET Administration team

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