This website provides information for employers, careers advisors, case managers, job seekers and all those people interested in work and training opportunities. Start by clicking on the industry that interests you most, then choose the tab that best describes you. You’ll find information about each industry along with pointers to the latest job opportunities, vocational education requirements and a guide to training providers. ACFIPS is a not-for-profit organisation funded by Training Services NSW Department of Industry and specific grants from other government agencies.

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Is troubleshooting electronic security systems part of your remit?

Then a skill-set update course could be perfect for you. The course aims to help you understand basic electrical circuits and resistors, trace faults, perform basic soldering, measure power supplies, place detectors at correct heights, and “know the right environments of the dos and don’ts”. Participants should be an electronic security installer and have either a Cert II or III in Electronic Security (or the equivalent) or have substantial workplace experience. The course is fully subsidised for eligible participants (fee-free) — see the criteria below. The course has been developed by TAFE NSW for the Security Industries sector in collaboration with ACFIPS.

To secure your place in this course, please send your contact details & date of birth to helenomoore@bigpond.com before 22 February, 2019

Date: 8.00am to 4.00pm, Monday, 8 April 2019

Duration: One full day of class delivery

Location: TAFE NSW, Building L, cnr Harris and Thomas Streets, Ultimo NSW 2007. Students will need to bring a pen and notepad plus their driver’s licence or passport to the class.

Units of Competency: UEENEEH118A Fault find and repair electronic apparatus; UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

Eligibility criteria: Candidates must hold a Certificate II or III in Electronic Security (or the equivalent) or have substantial workplace experience. Candidates must not currently hold both these units of competency: UEENEEH118A — Fault find and repair electronic apparatus and UEENEEE101A — Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace. To be eligible for any subsidised training under the Smart and Skilled Targeted Priorities Part Qualification Program a student must

Which school subjects should you choose?

These flyers are suitable for both school-based apprenticeships or post-school apprenticeships. Each flyer sets out a possible career path for the student and then suggests the elective subjects that will make that career path possible. The subject lists cover choices in years 9 & 10 and 11 & 12. The flyers are designed to make sourcing information easy for careers advisers too. Each flyer features a strong, identifiable image that indicates each type of apprenticeship. Laid out side by side, comparisons between subject choices are simple.

If you’re interested in the same sort of flyers for the Construction, Plumbing, Signs & Graphics, Painting & Decorating and Fire Sprinkler Fitting industry sectors, you’ll find them at the Apprenticeship Engagement Forum website

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