Certificate III Electronics & communications

Certificate III Electronics & communications

Duration - 4 years
Study - TAFE/RTO

Tasks

  • Installing electronic instruments and control systems
  • receiving messages by interpreting code and converting to plain language, and writing and typing messages for transmission
  • reassembling, test operating and adjusting equipment
  • Troubleshooting issues
  • Connecting voice communication equipment

Future prospects

  • Certificate IV in Electronics & communications 

Also known as

  • Electronics trades worker
  • Electronic equipment tradesperson

If you like

  • Various worksites
  • Computer and technically minded
  • Good organisation skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Practical hands-on work
  • Working independently and as part of a team

You may also like

We look after

  • Wages
  • Allowances
  • Annual leave & annual leave Loading
  • TAFE/RTO fees
  • Mentoring & support
  • WHS/PPE

Fact

Full-time work is very common in this industry.  Full-time workers on average work 39.6 hours per week. (Joboutlook.gov.au)

 

>  Find out more about other apprenticeships

 

Air conditioning/Refrigeration, 1st-4th year, Northern Beaches

Looking to start or continue your air-conditioning/refrigeration apprenticeship? Look no further, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!...

ACT Apprenticeships Intake, 2022

Are you looking to leave school this year? Looking for an apprenticeship to kick-start your career? We have a variety of apprenticeships and traineeships on offer in the ACT and our intake is now open! ...

Electronics and Communications, 1st -4th year, Newcastle

Looking to start an Electronics and Communications apprenticeship or to continue in your trade? ...