Complete your Test and Tag Short Course with EduNex Short Course (Non Accredited) and Increase your Income Stream
As a Registered Training Organisation, RTO 45283, our Test and Tag Short Course complies with Australian Standards AS/NZS 3760 and will ensure you or your Employees are completely ready to Test and Tag on completion.
Completing the EduNex Test and Tag Short Course will certify you as a 'Competent Person'. By Australian Standards, this means and confirms that you are capable of testing electrical appliances.
- Meets the Minimum Requirements for Australian Standard 3760 to Test and Tag
- No online component
- 1 day face to face training in Caroline Springs
- Price: $300 Introductory Special (payment plans available)
- Anyone can do the course - you don't need to have any qualifications or electrical knowledge !
- Training focuses on practical hands-on work
- Issued with a Certificate of Attendance
- Completely ready to Test and Tag on completion
- Students must be 18+ years to complete this training.
- EduNex can assist you with purchasing the correct Test and Tag Portable Appliance Tester (PAT) on completion of your course
Short Course Details:
The Test and Tag Short Course runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm
On the day you'll be provided with everything you need, which includes a Training Manual, pen, notepad and equipment to use (you can also bring your own portable appliance tester if you have one, but not required ).
What you should expect
You will be taught in a small-sized class (strict maximum of 10 students) by an experienced Test and Tag Industry Specialist. This will ensure you have an interactive learning experience and given all the help you need. The course comprises of both theory and practical, but it does focus heavily on practical hands-on work to ensure you're completely ready to Test and Tag on your own.
Australian Standard 3760
The Australian Standard 3760 state that the testing must be carried out by a Competent Person.
1.4.4 Competent person
A Competent Person is one who the responsible person ensures has the necessary practical and theoretical skills, acquired through training, qualification, experience or a combination of these, to correctly undertake the required tasks.
- A Competent Person is not required to be a registered or licensed electrical practitioner. Requirements for registration vary between jurisdictions.
- Competency levels may need to be updated following technological advances in both the testing instrumentation available and the equipment being examined.
- It is expected that the competent person will:
- Be able to use test equipment safely and effectively.
- Have an understanding of the dangers of electricity, leading to an appreciation of the need for inspection and testing.
- Have an understanding of the construction of Class I and Class II equipment, and of the terms: basic insulation, supplementary insulation, reinforced insulation and double insulation, protective earth and earth continuity, insulation resistance and earth leakage current.
- Have an understanding of the application and requirements of the Australian Standard 3760