ECA WAThe National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) is the national voice for the electro-technology contracting industry. The Western Australia (WA) chapter of NECA represents individual firms and companies based in WA that are in the electrical and communication industry.
College of Electrical TrainingThe College of Electrical Training (CET) has three conveniently located ‘State of the Art’ training facilities that provide a service with a difference.
Group Training AustraliaThe National Apprentice Employment Network (NAEN) is the peak body representing member group training organisations throughout Australia. The Apprentice Employment Network WA (AEN WA) is the state body.
ANZETAThe Australia and New Zealand Electrotechnology Training Alliance (ANZETA) has been recognised in Australasia as a group that encourages excellence in electro-technology training and development.
No LimitsWith a continuous demand for skilled workers, No limits supports men and women who seeks variety, satisfaction and a rewarding career.
Busy at WorkBUSY At Work is an established and trusted not for profit organisation providing career opportunities to job seekers through apprenticeship, employment and community programs.
Apprenticeship OfficeApprenticeship Office provides an overview of the apprenticeship schemes in Western Australia and is valuable for both employers and apprentices.
EnergySafetyEnergySafety is responsible for the technical and safety regulation of all the electrical industry and most of the gas industry in Western Australia.
Western PowerWestern Power is a Western Australian State Government owned corporation, that is responsible for the safe, reliable and efficient distribution and transmission of electricity in the South West of Western Australia.
Work SafeWorkSafe is the state government agency responsible for the management of work safety and health laws under the occupational health and safety act.
The ‘Safe working guidelines and assessment for electrical apprentices’ bookletThe ‘Safe working guidelines and assessment for electrical apprentices’ booklet covers basic electrical safety practices to be learned and followed by every electrical apprentice. Safe working practices and procedures are an integral part of the electrical trade and must be the first skills learned. It is provided as a guide to employers and apprentices to ensure apprentices have sufficient basic trade safety knowledge prior to being granted an electrician’s training licence.