ELEC­TRI­CAL EN­GI­NEER

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Key roles

Elec­tri­cal en­gi­neers re­search, de­sign, de­velop, man­u­fac­ture, in­stall, op­er­ate, main­tain and man­age elec­tri­cal equip­ment, plant and sys­tems. They can work on elec­tric­ity gen­er­a­tion, trans­mis­sion and dis­tri­bu­tion net­works or be in­volved with elec­tri­cal in­stal­la­tions in build­ings and on in­dus­trial sites. Elec­tri­cal engi­neer­ing is a vo­ca­tion as well as an aca­demic field, mean­ing there are vary­ing ed­u­ca­tion and train­ing op­tions for work­ers. Those trained through vo­ca­tion usu­ally are in­volved in hands-on work at sites rather than de­sign­ing sys­tems in an of­fice.

Qual­i­fi­ca­tions

Diploma of Elec­tri­cal Engi­neer­ing – TAFE SA

Ad­vanced Diploma of Elec­tri­cal Engi­neer­ing – TAFE Queens­land

Ad­vanced Diploma of Elec­tri­cal Engi­neer­ing – Sydney In­sti­tute, TAFE NSW

Ad­vanced Diploma of Engi­neer­ing Tech­nol­ogy (Elec­tri­cal) – RMIT

Salary

$48,862 to $121,350

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