Enrolling in specialised training is a big commitment of both time and money. We want you to be comfortable with your choice and are here to answer any questions that you might have. This section answers some of the frequently asked questions. If you can’t find the answer to your question in here, please feel free to contact us at any time.
Where is Meo Training’s Campus / Location?
I am a qualified Electrician. Why should I enrol in a Cert. IV in Electrical Instrumentation?
What is a better option for a Qualified Electrician: Certificate III or Certificate IV in Instrumentation?
What is the difference between the UEE40411 and the UEE40420 Courses?
Why should I choose Meo Training over the competition?
Meo Training’s Head Office is located at Camp Hill, Brisbane. Classes in Brisbane are held at CTC (Construction Training Centre) Salisbury.
Meo Training also offers Electrical Instrumentation courses in Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne and Gladstone (locations to be confirmed). Other locations can be considered for groups. We also offer onsite Training for groups.
The global need for instrumentation and process automation is soaring, and analysts project that by 2026, the industry will be worth $106 billion. As the instrumentation market expands, so does the demand for appropriately trained individuals who have undergone the required training.
Qualified professionals have been in-demand in the last decade and can receive great pay rates. It is expected that this demand continues. It’s also a rewarding job, where the possibilities are endless.
This qualification equips you with the skills you need to ensure engineering systems and processes operate effectively and safely. Learn the fundamentals Pressure, Level, Flow and Temperature measurement, instrumentation drawings and also PLC programming and/or Fluid Circuits.
Although counter intuitive, the UEE 40420 Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation is the entry level qualification. Even if you are an experienced instro you should consider starting on the Cert IV for the following reasons:
10 out of the 11 units you need to complete can later be Credit Transferred towards you Cert III qualification, that is, they are done and there’s nothing else to do. Meaning you haven’t “wasted” any time doing it.
You will hold both qualifications just by adding 1 unit.
It’s faster to finish the Cert IV, thus giving you new job opportunities earlier.
The Cert III is a bigger course (about twice as many units), so it’s “psychologically” easier for someone who can’t study full time to break it down, obtaining the Cert IV in the meantime.
Both course codes refer to the same course: Certificate IV in Electrical Instrumentation. The difference is that the course with the unit UEE40411 has been superseded by the course UEE40420. It means that if you enrol now in a UEE40411, you will get a qualification that is no longer current. Also, if you do not finish your UEE40411 qualification until the 4th of October 2022, you will need to transition to the new qualification with all the bureaucratic implications that might come with it.
We are here to make your life easier and we are very confident about our course, so we decided to do this comparison between (RTO’s) Instrumentation Course providers (Meo Training, Competency training, Volt Edge, Ausinet, Future Skills, EIM Training, PMV Training, Techskills Australia and Skills Lab):
Disclaimer: The information contained in this table is for general information purposes only and is provided by meotraining.edu.au. While we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the information.
We have compiled this information from public data in good faith on the 4/8/2021. Other providers might exist and prices and/or delivery might change. If you are a provider and believe there is an error with your information, you are not listed or something has changed, please email us and we will amend as soon as possible.
Meo Training prides itself of having every students needs as a priority. With that in mind, our course structure is very flexible you can do as much as you want online (except for 3 days of practical classes that need to be done on campus), or the entire qualification face to face. If you are unsure, you can always mix and match: you can do the units you feel more comfortable with online and, the ones that you need that extra support, face to face.
Finally, Meo training always makes sure that the trainers are fully qualified and experienced in both Electrical Instrumentation and Training. Our practicals are extensive, relevant to industry needs and students will have access to equipment from leading manufacturers: Siemens, Endress & Hauser, Rosemount, Yokogawa, Foxboro by Schneider Electric, Beamex and Merian amongst others.