UEE60220 Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering 

The Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering enables the students to pursue employment in a technician position in procurement, data cabling, equipment installation and servicing ,sales, manufacturing, quality control, system diagnostics, or prototype construction, in industries such as telecommunications, transport, entertainment or medical electronics

  • UEECD0007  Apply work health and safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UEECD0012  Contribute to risk management in electrotechnology systems 
  • UEECD0014  Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects 
  • UEECD0016  Document and apply measures to control WHS risks associated with electrotechnology work* 
  • UEECD0024  Implement and monitor energy sector WHS policies and procedures 
  • UEECD0027  Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan 
  • UEEEC0007  Commission electronics and communications systems 
  • UEEEC0011  Design and develop electronics/computer systems projects 
  • UEEEC0043  Manage computer systems/electronics projects 
  • UEEEC0044  Modify – redesign electronics and communications systems* 
  • UEERE0013  Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector 
  • BSBMGT502  Manage people performance 
  • BSBWOR502  Lead and manage team effectiveness 
  • MSS402040  Apply 5S procedures 
  • UEEAS0001  Assemble electronic components 
  • UEECD0043  Solve problems in direct current circuits 
  • UEEAS0003  Modify electronic sub-assemblies 
  • UEEAS0006  Use lead-free soldering techniques 
  • UEECS0003  Assemble, set-up and test computing devices 
  • UEECS0033  Use engineering applications software on personal computers 
  • UEECS0032  Support computer hardware and software for engineering applications 
  • UEECS0029  Set up and configure basic local area network (LAN) 
  • UEECD0019  Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components 
  • UEECD0020  Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment  
  • UEECD0051  Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications 
  • UEECD0040  Solve basic problems electronic and digital equipment and circuits 
  • UEEDV0005  Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services 
  • UEEDV0008  Install, modify and verify coaxial and structured communication copper cabling 
  • UEEEC0055  Repair basic computer equipment faults by replacement of modules/sub-assemblies 
  • UEEEC0060  Repairs basic electronic apparatus faults by replacement of components 
  • UEECO0001  Estimate electrotechnology projects  
  • UEECD0018  Establish, maintain and evaluate energy sector WHS/OHS systems 
  • UEECS0027  Provide programming solution for computer systems engineering problems 
  • UEECD0054  Write specifications for electronics and communications engineering projects 
  • UEEEC0018  Develop engineering solutions to audio electronic problems 
  • UEEEC0013  Design electronic printed circuit boards 
  • UEEEC0016  Develop engineering solutions to RF amplifiers problems 
  • UEECO0003  Manage contract variations 
  • UEECS0012  Design embedded controller control systems 
  • UEECD0002  Analyse static and dynamic parameters of electrical equipment 
  • UEECD0001  Analyse materials for suitability in electrical equipment 
  • UEEEC0005  Assess electronic apparatus compliance 
  • UEEIC0008  Design electronic control systems  
  • UEEIC0007  Design and use advanced programming tools, PC networks and HMI Interfacing 
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Must have completed Minimum year 12 or equivalent
  • Have an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent (test results must be no more than 2 years old.)

Students may undertake vocational placement at their workplace which may provide an excellent opportunity to further improve their skills, However Vocational placement it not a requirement to successfully complete the qualification .

  • Telecommunication Field Engineer (ANZSCO Code 313212)
  • Telecommunication Network Planner (ANZSCO Code 313213)
  • Telecommunication Technical Officer or Technologist (ANZSCO Code 313214)

We are happy to answer all your questions in regards to the UEE60220 Advance Diploma of  Electronics & communications Engineering. 

Please contact Swann College admissions Team at admissions@swanncollege.edu.au or call at +61 8 83110487 or 0424778424 for all current offers & Intakes along with flexible payment plan options.

National Code – UEE60220
Campus – Adelaide, Sydney
Duration – 104 Weeks
In-take – Rolling Intake, Every Month
Course Fees –  Please Contact SC

National Code – UEE60220
Campus – Adelaide,Sydney
Duration – 104 Weeks 
In-take – Rolling Intake, Every Month
Course Fee – Please Contact SC