We've conducted short course training programs for electricity supply engineers since 1993. These courses have been specifically designed to provide the underpinning skills and knowledge that have been identified in the competency standards for electricity supply engineers.
Who should participate
These courses are for people who want to fast-track, re-skill or up-skill their careers in electricity supply engineering.
QUT Gardens Point
2 George St
Rooms will be advised in the week before each course.
Courses run for two and a half days, either on:
- Monday and Tuesday 9am-4pm, and Wednesday 9am-12pm
- Wednesday 1pm-4pm, and Thursday and Friday 9am-4pm.
Morning tea, afternoon tea and a light lunch are included.
April 2018 course dates
Dates Course code Course name 11-13 April (Wed-Fri) EEP222 Maintenance in the Electricity Industry
June 2018 course dates
Dates Course code Course name 18-20 June (Mon-Wed) EEP211 Basic Power System Protection 18-20 June (Mon-Wed) EEP244 Circuit Breakers - Switchgear 20-22 June (Wed-Fri) EEP224 Underground Cable Engineering 20-22 June (Wed-Fri) EEP215 Reliability 25-27 June (Mon-Wedi) EEP203 Condition Monitoring of HV Plant
July 2018 course dates
Dates Course code Course name 9-11 July (Mon-Wed) EEP219 Power & Distribution Transformers 9-11 July (Mon-Wed) EEP212 Advanced Power System Protection 11 - 13 July (Wed-Fri) EEP205 Power System Fault Calculations 11 - 13 July (Wed-Fri) EEP218 Introduction to SCADA
October 2018 course dates
Dates Course code Course name 22-24 October (Mon-Wed) EEP241 Distance Protection 22-24 October (Mon-Wed) EEP222 Maintenance in the Electricity Industry 24-26 October (Wed-Fri) EEP245 Introduction to Substation Design
November 2018 course dates
Dates Course code Course name 5-7 November (Mon-Wed) EEP220 Distribution Planning 5-7 November (Mon-Wed) EEP204 Power System Load Flow Analysis 5-7 November (Mon-Wed) EEP217 Overhead Line Design - Mechanical 7-9 November (Wed-Fri) EEP216 Overhead Line Design - Electrical 7-9 November (Wed-Fri) EEP213 Statistics in the Electricity Industry
$1,800 per unit (GST not applicable)
We prefer that you pay by credit card when you register however payment by invoice is also possible.
For all course content, registration or payment queries, contact Continuing Professional Education.
Professional training courses for the electricity supply industry
We have conducted short course training programs for electricity supply engineers since 1993. These courses have been specifically designed to provide the underpinning skills and knowledge that have been identified in the competency standards for electricity supply engineers, which were developed by the Queensland electricity supply industry and QUT.
These training modules are particularly valuable in the fast-tracking, re-skilling and up-skilling of personnel in an industry that is undergoing continual change.
Course units are presented by experienced senior engineers from industry as well as QUT staff. Class sizes are kept to a maximum of 25 students.
Registrations close two weeks before each course start date, unless sold out.
We can't hold places for courses. The only way to secure a place is to register online.
When you register, we'll automatically email you an invoice. You must pay by credit card to register. Unfortunately no other payment method is available.
FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP are not available for Continuing Professional Education courses.
To cancel your registration, you must apply in writing to the course manager at Continuing Professional Education.
If you cancel at least 15 business days before the course commences, you will receive a full refund.
No registration refunds will be made within 15 business days of the course starting.
We reserve the right to cancel the course under certain circumstances, such as low registration numbers. If this happens, we will advise you as soon as possible, and give you a full refund. We are not responsible for any expenses you may have incurred if the course is cancelled.