Accredited unit (can be used as credit transfer on UEE53020- Diploma of Electrical Systems Engineering)
Flexible delivery - online or face to face or mixed
Emphasis practical component
Small groups (max 6 students on practical classes)
Extensive presentations/videos for online learning (click here for example).
State of the art equipment
No workplace sign-off required
Specialised onsite training available on request. Contact us for details.
This course provides advanced knowledge and skills in SCADA programming.
To be eligible to undertake the course you must have done the following units of competency of equivalent: UEECD0007 Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace; UEEIC0013 Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers; UEEIC0015 Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers.
If students do not one or more of the units above but still wish to do this course, they will be issued a Statement of Attendance (after Meo Training analized the situation and considered that the student has sufficient prior knowledge to attend the course)).
Statement Of Attainment VS Statement Of Attendance
A statement of attainment is a formal qualification that is Nationally recognised and comes with the unit code. This indicates that you have attained the necessary competencies and completed the prerequisite units for a specific competency.
A statement of attendance states that you have attended the course and completed the training but does not give you the Nationally recognised unit code like UEENEEE101A it only describes the name of the unit without the code.
Some employers would accept a statement of attendance and others would require the statement of attainment.
For both situation, students are offered the same training and assessments but, because the pre-requisites rquired by ASQA are not met, students can not receive the course codes on the Certificate. This system of statement of attendance was specifically designed by RTOs for Employers who want to send their employees to do a specific training unit and do not want to pay for the prerequisite units as they deem it is not necessary. The RTO will only deliver training without prerequisite units if it is safe to do so.
For more information, please check ASQA Guidelines For Certificates here.
$990 (GST Free)
In this course, students will acquire
the skills and knowledge required to develop, enter and verity programs in supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system. It includes identifying, developing and entering programs using dedicated SCADA software. It also includes monitoring, verifying and documenting programming activities.
After completing this course, students will receive a Certificate of Attainment for unit UEEIC0014 - Develop, enter and verify programs in supervisory control and data acquisition systems (subject to unit pre-requisites being met). This can be used as Credit transfer on UEE53020- Diploma of Electrical Systems Engineering).
This course will take place over 2 days in the face to face delivery method.
This course consists of two parts:
Theory delivery and assessments
Practical delivery and assessessments
Our classes will take place at CTC - Construction Training Centre - 460/492 Beaudesert Rd, Salisbury, Brisbane, QLD.
For other locations, please Contact us. We are available to take our training to where is needed (conditions apply - a minimum number of students is needed for remote classes).