Advanced Diploma of Automated Systems Maintenance Engineering


This qualification provides competencies to monitor/validate/evaluate automated equipment and systems, manage risk, develop and manage maintenance programs, and provide technical advice.


Completion requirements

The requirements for awarding this qualification are that the following are successfully achieved:

All of the Core competency standard units

The required number of Stream Core competency standard units;

The required number of Elective competency standard units as prescribed in the respective Schedule; and

All the required pre-requisite competency standard units have been met as required.

Core Competency Standard Units

All Core competency standard units to be achieved

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Apply OHS practices in the workplace

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Manage risk in electrotechnology activities

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Implement and monitor OHS policies and procedures

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Compile and produce an electrotechnology report

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Solve problems in complex multiple path circuits

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Provide computational solutions to basic engineering problems

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Document occupational hazards and risks in electrotechnology

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Participate in development and follow a personal competency development plan

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Write specifications for automated systems projects

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Manage automated systems projects

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Plan automated systems projects

Stream Core Competency Standard Units

At least 2 of the following competency standard units to be achieved

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Manage people performance

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Manage an information or knowledge management system

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Facilitate continuous improvement

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Build and sustain an innovative work environment

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Ensure team effectiveness

Elective Competency Standard Units

In accordance with Schedules 3, 4, 5 and 6 which form an integral part of this qualification, achieve a Unit Strand Total of at least 80 of which at least 30 shall be selected from Schedule 6, and at least 14 from Schedule 5, and not more than 12 from Schedule 4 as specified.

Note: 1. Pre-requisite pathways shall be identified and met for all elective units selected.

2. In selecting elective units considerations to career planning advice should be given to units that form part of a pre-requisite pathway for the progression to achieve particular competencies or qualification at a higher level.

3.Registered training organisations shall provide competency development advice in relation to any licensing requirements to practice that apply, or can contribute towards the qualification requirement, prior to establishing the competency development plan.

4. Registered training organisations shall also provide information related to the relevant pathway(s) that may be taken to achieve paraprofessional status ("associate membership") with a professional engineering membership organisation.



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