UEE62122 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical

VU course code: UEE62122 | CRICOS: TBA | Level of study: TAFE
2 years full time
Face to Face with eLearning
01 July 2024
01 July 2024
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Gain the technical skills to design and maintain electrical equipment and systems, with the Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Electrical UEE62122 from Victoria University.

Learning in high-tech facilities, you'll gain practical skillls in configuring, testing, and fault finding in complex electrical circuits and systems. You'll also develop expertise in creating specifications for electrical engineering projects, from minor requirements to large processing plants.

By the end of the course you will have the skills to plan and manage large electrical projects, including:

  • designing and briefing for electrical systems and installations
  • managing contracts and teams
  • writing up engineering specifications
  • solving electro-technology engineering problems.
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Entry requirements

When assessing your application, we consider your education, work experience, current skills and personal attributes (where relevant).

Applicants for this course will need to meet the entry criteria outlined below. If you don’t meet the entry criteria, you may be able to gain entry by first completing a different course. We call this a ‘pathway’.

You may also be eligible for ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’, which lets you finish your course more quickly when you have gained some of the skills required from past study or work experience.

Entry criteria

Credit & Entry pathways into this course

Victoria University is committed to providing a transparent admissions process. Find out more about how to apply for our courses, and our commitment to admissions transparency. Meeting the minimum admission criteria does not guarantee entry into this course. Past academic performance may be considered.

Course Structure

To be awarded the UEE62122 Advance Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical, a student must successfully complete a total of 2160 weighting points comprising of:

* 1200 core weighting points listed below; plus * 960 general elective weighting points from the general elective units listed below, of which- between 0 and 440 weighting points can be taken from Group A;

- between 0 and 300 weighting points can be taken from Group B;

- between 0 and 300 weighting points can be taken from Group C;

- between 0 and 300 weighting points can be taken from Group D; and

- between 200 and 960 weighting points can be taken from Group E (or all 960 elective weighting points can be taken from Group E).

- Up to 360 weighting points of the general elective units Group A, may be selected, with appropriate contextualisation, from any relevant nationally endorsed Training Package or accredited course, provided selected units contribute to the vocational outcome of the qualification. Previously assigned weighting points are listed in the UEE Electrotechnology Training Package Companion Volume Implementation Guide (CVIG), if not listed weighting points will be 10 points unless directed by the Electrotechnology Industry Reference Committee (IRC).


Fees & scholarships

TAFE fees vary, depending on how much the government contributes towards course costs (if anything).

Read below to find out about the fee ‘type’, the estimated yearly tuition costs for this course, and the financial support on offer.




The skills associated with this qualification are intended to apply to a wide range of engineering work, including:

  • electrical engineering technicians
  • industrial automation technicians
  • electrical drafters
  • sustainability officers
  • energy auditors
  • electrical estimators.



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