Through training using the most appropriate level of individual supervision, participants will acquire knowledge and skills in the certification of the installation and maintenance of Emergency Lighting

Post Trade Qualification: Emergency Lighting Skills Set

This course is Expression of Interest ONLY until further notice, due to licencing changes.

Overview

As a fire systems certifier, your work is essential to public safety. The industry may be small but the contribution you will make to a safety of the Australian people, their workplaces and utilities cannot be under-estimated.

The nature of certification demands attention to detail and an ability to identify cause and effect and apply solutions to a wide variety of unpredictable situations. Through training using the most appropriate level of individual supervision, participants will acquire knowledge and skills in the certification of the installation and maintenance of Emergency Lighting.


Course Details

Why Choose This Course?

The Emergency Lighting Skills Set is intended to provide participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to certify the correct installation and maintenance of emergency lighting systems in accordance with Australian Standards and regulatory requirements. In addition, participants will gain the knowledge and skills required to prepare a fire protection certification statement or report.

The Statement of Attainment for the Emergency Lighting Skills Set is recognised by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission as the successful completion of technical requirements for Emergency Lighting licensing certification endorsement.

Information regarding Occupational Licensing is available from Commission at www.qbcc.qld.gov.au.

Entry Requirements

The ‘certify’ licence class for Fire Occupational Licensing is generally for people who operate at a higher level than the install and maintain licence class. White card i.e. CPCCOHS1001A Work Safely in the Construction Industry is a pre-requisite requirement for entry into this qualification. Refer to the Terms and Conditions on the Participant enrolment form for more information.

Participants must have:

  • At least two (2) years experience in the industry and access to a suitable workplace to undertake the research activities and work based projects
  • An intermediate level of numeracy, literacy and computer skills
  • Access to relevant Australian Standards, Codes, Legislation and other relevant documentation

For your convenience, the College provides relevant Standards while you are attending any Workshops. These Standards must remain on the College premises.

Standards required for the Emergency Lighting Skills Set Course are:

  • AS 2293.1
  • AS 2293.2
  • As 2293.2

For more information on Australian Standards, please go to: www.saiglobal.com

Delivery Mode

The qualification is delivered via distance education in a self-paced mode with tutorials and workshops offered at regular intervals depending upon demand. Support is available from an industry facilitator to assist with research and assignment task.

Timeframe

As a guide only, you should set aside between six to twelve months to complete this course. The time frame will also be influenced by your experience and current workload.


Units/Assessment

  • CPCCOHS2001A: Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry
  • CPCCCM2001A: Read and interpret plans and specifications
  • CPCCCM1015A: Carry out measurements and calculations
  • PUAFIR510B: Inspect for legislative compliance
  • QLD344REP1A: Prepare a fire protection certification statement or report
  • CPPFES2026A: Inspect and test emergency and exit lighting systems
Assessment

Assessment for this course is predominantly workplace research and project with observations conducted by a qualified assessor. Subsequently, participants must have access to a relevant workplace for the applicable licence class they are seeking to obtain. Completion of the course is dependent on the participants successfully completing all assigned tasks.


Outcomes

On successful completion of all activity requirements for all units of competency, participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment. Successful completion of this course will allow the participant to apply to the Queensland Building and Construction Commission for the Fire Occupational Licence Class Certify – Emergency Lighting.


How to Enrol

Location

The Service Trades College Australia
460-492 Beaudesert Road,
Salisbury QLD 4107

Duration

6 to 12 months to complete

Cost

Full fee: $1,525

Course Calendar

Click the icon to download the course calendar (PDF)

Apply

Click the icon to download the expression of interest form (PDF)

CONTACT US: Phone: 07 3255 5698 Email: info@tstca.com.au

All information was accurate at time of publication, however College policies, fees and course content is subject to change without notice. Course commencement is dependent on sufficient enrolments.

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