Electrician Technician Course in Brisbane

When technology is concerned, expect a fast-paced, competitive career with an abundance of advancement opportunities. The electrotechnology is a highly technical industry that covers the installation, service, repair and maintenance of electronic equipment in residential, commercial and industrial environments. This includes telecommunications, air conditioning and refrigeration, photovoltaic systems, electronic installations and fire and security, among others.

With countless structures built and countless businesses established every year, there is a robust demand for professionals who can work on the needed electrical systems.

If you are eyeing a career in electrotechnology, our courses will help you earn the credentials needed to land a productive position. You have many electrical technician courses to choose from at ASG.

Join our online programmes in Brisbane and be a job-ready candidate today!

Our Electrical Courses

Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)


This is a work entry programme that equips you with the fundamental skills in safety and electrotechnology. This course is intended as a pathway to an apprenticeship and consists of 12 units of competency, including:

  • Occupational Health and Safety regulations
  • Using routine equipment in an energy sector environment
  • Performing routine work in an energy sector environment
  • Assembling electronic components
  • Fixing electrotechnology equipment

Duration: 5 weeks

Delivery Model: Face-to-face in Brendale

Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician


This course equips you with standard electrical trade qualifications, like the skills to select, install, test, repair and maintain electrical systems in buildings and facilities. It serves as an apprenticeship pathway and covers the Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC) requirements for an Electrician’s Licence. If you have finished the Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) course, then credit can be provided. The course consists of 20 core units and two electives, including:

  • Fabricating, assembling and dismantling utility components (Core)
  • Fixing electrotechnology equipment (Core)
  • Terminating cables, cords and accessories for low-voltage circuits (Core)
  • Installing low-voltage wiring and accessories, as well as appliances and switchgear for low-voltage electrical installations (Core)
  • Verifying compliance and functionalities of low-voltage general electrical installations (Core)
  • Sourcing materials and parts for installations (Elective)

Duration: Up to 60 months

Delivery Model: Workplace

Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel


This course equips you with the skills to perform rescue procedures from live low-voltage (LV) apparatuses in different contexts, like transmission, distribution or rail work. It explores your responsibilities for health, safety and risk management. The course doesn’t cover overhead lines and underground cables.

The programme is intended as a refresher training or a course to help meet regulatory requirements in electrical trade certifications.

Prerequisites: HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Duration: 1 Day

Delivery Model: Workplace

The ASG Education

Nationally Recognised and Industry Tailored Qualification

ASG partners with the biggest industry players in the world — connections that give our graduates a competitive edge. We help their students further their career opportunities and start them on a path towards success in the electrical trade.

When crafting electrical courses, the ASG consults leading tertiary educators to ensure our students have the skills demanded by the modern workplace. We study the workforce gaps in electrotechnology and make sure our graduates can meet them. The ASG also sees to it that our graduates have pathways to university study, so they can continue mastering their craft.

Environment Conducive to Learning

Our electrical courses are conducted in custom-built trade workshops to enable practical, hands-on learning. These are furnished with machines and systems used in a real electrical workplace. The knowledge-based training, meanwhile, is delivered in fully equipped classrooms. These facilities have been developed in partnership with industry professionals, so our electrical students can do as professionals do.

ASG trainers are seasoned electrical professionals who have not only the experience but also the passion for imparting their knowledge to their students.

Robust Student Support

ASG understands that electrotechnology students may have different learning needs, which is why we have a structured student support programme. We can arrange internal or external assistance to make sure that learning needs are met. We won’t allow language, literacy or numeracy concerns to get in the way of your electrician trade qualification. For instance, our students may have to undergo Foundational Skills training or attend tutorial sessions.

We advocate equal learning opportunities for all, which is why we also provide disability support to students who need it.

Equip yourself with the skills required of an electrotechnology professional. Get in touch today for enquiries.