Electrical Appliances Serviceperson (EAS)
This course prepares the candidate to pass the EAS examination, including safety training and completion of the practical assessment required by the EWRB.
Once you have received your EAS registration you will be permitted to carry out the maintenance, testing and supervision of work on appliances and equipment designed to connect to single-phase supply by flexible cord and plug, and rated at no more than 250 volts.
- First Aid & CPR
- Safe Electrical Practice
- Electrical Systems
- Electrical Legislation
- Electric Motors and Motor Starters
- Practical electrical work – including testing of appliances up to 250 volts
- Connection and disconnection of electrical fittings
- Testing and certification of appliances and equipment
Outcome of Course
This course meets the requirements of the Electrical Workers Registration Board (EWRB) as a course of instruction suitable for examination entry, and assessment of practical skills.
There are no prerequisites required for the EAS course and examination. However, to be eligible for registration (unless exempted by the EWRB), candidates will need to demonstrate to the EWRB that they have completed 18 months of practical training/experience as an Electrical Appliance Serviceperson while holding a Trainee Limited Certificate (TLC).
60 hours approx. of self-study + 3 days theory & practical (Wednesday to Friday 8.30am-4.30pm) + examination day
$965 GST Incl.
Course cost is all inclusive of the external ASPEQ examination fee, the EWRB practical fee and legislative materials required for the examination.
*Note prices are inclusive of GST and are subject to change without notice.
After the completion of your block course, E-tec will organise your examination booking at a time and date convenient for you.
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Limited spaces available, please click on the ‘Enrol Now’ to find out the availability
- Wednesday, 10 March 2021
- Wednesday, 7 April 2021