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Cable Jointing Courses

Theory & Practical

These are National Vocational Education Units of Compentency Provider Number 91031

UETTDRCJ 21A
Lay ESI electrical cables.

This Competency Standard Unit covers the laying of cables for electrical purposes and includes the laying of ducts and/or conduit for such cables. It could include direct laying of cables in trenches, on racks, in troughs and/or in conduit or ducts. It also encompasses cable pulling methods, pulling tensions, minimum bending radii, reduction of frictional forces, use of supporting plant(e.g. dynamometers, rigging, winches), working on FRC. PVC, A/C ducted systems and the sealing of cables.

UETTDRCJ 26A
Install and maintain de-energised low voltage underground polymeric cables.

This Competency Standard Unit covers the installation and maintenance of de-energised low voltage underground polymeric cables and covers the jointing, terminating, repair and replacement of cables. It includes the isolation of systems and circuits, the procedure of issuing/accepting electrical access permits, the undertaking of pre-commissioning and/or re-commissioning tests and the updating of system data/maintenance records.

UETTDRCJ 27A
Install and maintain de-energised high voltage underground polymeric cables.

This Competency Standar unit covers the installation and maintenance of de-energised high voltage underground polymeric cables and covers the jointing, terminating, repair and replacement of cables. It includes the isolation of systems and circuits, the procedure of issuing/accepting electrical access permits, the undertaking of pre-commissioning and/or re-commissioning tests and the updating of system data/maintenance records.

Pre-requisites

* UEENEEG105A Extract: Those holding an ‘Unrestricted Electrician’s Licence’ or equivalent issued in an Australian State or Territory meet the requirements of this unit and its pre-requisitte requirements. A ‘licensed electrician’ applying for an ‘electrical contractors licence’ may be required to undertake this unit to demponstrate their currency with verification of compilance requirements. In this case they are doomed to have met the pre-requisites for this unit provided that they hold a current ‘electricians licence’ or its equivalent issued in an Australian State of Teritory and have recently been in permanent employement as a licensed electrician sufficent to evidence current knowledge of applicable standards and regulations.

Pre Requisite Chain of Evidence

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