Electricians Tradeset Australia
We've published the full Electricians Tradeset Australia so that you can have a sneak preview of the questions. Our Electricians Australia Experts at Let's Go Global will provide their professional assistance and guidance at each stage in the process. Whilst the Questions below may seem straightforward you really should take some advice before answering some of the Stage Two Questions.
Electricians Tradeset Australia – Part One
Hint: this Part One of the Electricians Tradeset Australia must be answered in full, 100%. All the skills below are Mandatory and you must answer yes to each question to declare that you have experience in or knowledge of the subject in question.
It is best to read each question in the context of ‘Do you do / Have you used / Can you do’ etc. It makes things a little easier.
Do electrical work in a professional manner and maintain your skills.
Use Occupational Health and Safety rules, codes and tasks in the workplace.
Create, put together and pull apart utilities industry parts *note, this is interpreted as meaning electrical meters and such like.
Solve problems in d.c. circuits.
Fix and make sure electrotechnology parts and equipment is secured.
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and rules to do your work correctly.
Record and use your skills and knowledge to control safely risks at work.
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines.
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical parts and circuits.
Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical work.
Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and other related parts.
Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits.
Install low voltage wiring and accessories.
Install parts for low voltage electrical installations.
Check that low voltage general electrical installations are working correctly and meet rules of safe operation.
Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits.
Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations.
Find and fix faults in low voltage electrical parts and circuits.
Develop and connect electrical control circuits.
Use work methods that will help to keep the environment always in a good state.
After answering yes to all of these questions the test will move onto some more skills sets. These are known as elective questions and we recommend that you answer these questions in conjunction with one of our Electrical Migration Experts. They will explain any questions that might not make sense but more importantly they will explain the implications for your overall Electricians Australia Skills Assessment.
Electricians Tradeset Australia – Part Two
The following questions should ideally be answered in conjuction with a Migration Skills Assessment expert although a sneak preview of the questions is below. Again, it makes sense to read each question in the context of ‘Do you do / Have you used / Have you / Can you do’ etc.
Keep documents in order.
Work safely in the construction industry.
Assemble, mount and connect control gear and switchgear.
Find and fix faults in d.c. electrical parts and circuits.
Put in place and look after emergency and safety systems.
Wind, Place and connect electrical coils. note* these skills are rare these days so don’t worry too much. They really don’t have much bearing on an electricians work in 2016
Repair faults in basic electronic parts by replacing other parts.
Use drawings, standards and equipment manuals for instrument use.
Solve problems in flow measurement circuits and systems.
Prepare and connect refrigerant tubing and fittings.
Work out the basic operating conditions of vapour compression systems.
Work out the basic operating conditions of air conditioning systems.
Attend to a breakdown in a hazardous pressurization area.
Use and make sure a portable gas detection device is safe to use.
After you have taken and completed your Electricians Tradeset Australia the work really starts in earnest and we must then document and evidence in a prescribed format the experience that substantiates the questions above. Don’t worry though, your Appointed Electrician Migration Expert will guide you through every step of what’s required by sending you a detailed and personalized document list.
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