ECA WAThe Electrical and Communications Association ("ECA WA"), supports the interests of the electrical, electronic, communications, instrumentation, refrigeration and air-conditioning industry in the state of Western Australia.
College of Electrical TrainingCET is a business unit within ECA WA and a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) currently providing vocational training to over 2,000 apprentices and post-trade training to more than 4,000 licensed electricians and contractors.
NAENThe 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.
Construction Training FundThe construction industry is the largest industry in WA employing tens of thousands of skilled workers in over 130 different occupations across the civil, commercial and residential sectors. It’s also the only industry in the state that has its own training fund.
Apprenticeship OfficeApprenticeship Office provides an overview of the apprenticeship schemes in Western Australia and is valuable for both employers and apprentices.
Building & EnergyBuilding and Energy oversee the operations of the building, building surveying, electrical, gas, painting, and plumbing industries including the resolution of building service and payment disputes.
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.
Safe working guidelines and assessment for electrical apprenticesThe ‘Safe working guidelines and assessment for electrical apprentices’ 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.
The ‘Safe working guidelines for electrical workers’The ‘Safe working guidelines for electrical workers’ covers basic electrical safety practices to be followed by electrical workers. It provides advice on achieving and maintaining safe work practices, for the benefit of the individual worker and for the benefit of others. In particular, it provides guidelines on providing effective supervision of electrical workers with varying competencies.