This unit covers the application of advanced computational processes to solve energy sector engineering problems. It encompasses working safely, applying problem solving techniques, using a range of advanced mathematical processes, providing solutions to electrical/electronics engineering problems and justifying such solutions.

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Vocational and further education (TAFE)
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A student must have completed all the units in the Common Unit Group, as well as all units contained within one Pathway Group. Common Unit Group: UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace; UEENEEE126A Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems, and; UEENEEE129A Solve electrotechnical engineering problems. Electrotechnology Unit Pathway Group: UEENEEH169A Solve problems in basic electronic circuits. Electronics and Communications Unit Pathway Group: UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits, and; UEENEEH114A Troubleshoot resonance circuits in an electronic apparatus. Electrical Unit Pathway Group: UEENEEE104A Solve problems in d.c. circuits, and; UEENEEG101A Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits.


Assessment tasks will be designed to reinforce and extend knowledge and skill competence within set and controlled parameters in accordance with each unit's learning outcomes and performance criteria requirements, including the setting of work based practical application tasks designed to provide evidence of competence outcomes, within periodic and scheduled timelines. Students will be expected to demonstrate the following required skills and knowledge: - differential calculus; - integral calculus; - linear algebra; - vectors; - variables; - sequences and series; - differential equations; - numbers, and; - statistics.

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