Online Test and Tag Training FAQs
This online course can be done as quickly as one day, but is designed to be done at the students own pace. There is no time limit on this course and videos and information can continue to be viewed after completion.
How much does this test and tag training cost?
We have 2 online courses at $360 & $490. We offer in-house training on price on application.
What is covered in this online course?
There are about 20 videos to watch which include the topics:
• Personal Safety
• Basic electrical terminology
• Australian New Zealand standard AS/NZ 3760
• Inspection and testing equipment
• Tagging and document control
• Insulation resistance and continuity test
• Using insulation resistance, continuity tester and portable appliance tester
Do I receive a nationally recognised certificate upon completion?
yes you do, our online course combines two nationally recognised courses in order for you to become a qualified and competent Tester & Tagger.
- UEENEEP026A- Conduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord assemblies and cord connected equipment
- UEENEEE101A – Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
How long does it take to organize the online course?
You should be able to start your course within an hour of making payment, during business hours.
How to enroll?
Choose your course and complete the online form. An A1 Testing & Tagging customer service team member will contact you to complete the registration and process your credit card payment over the telephone.
Do I need to buy test equipment before I start?
No, but you will eventually need purchase equipment for the final assessment to be completed. Give us a call on 1300 303 759 and we will help guide you to select the best equipment for you.
Is this course suitable for Queensland?
Testing and Tagging in Queensland. This online course is a nationally accredited Test & Tag certificate issued by www.time.net.au (RTO No.40058) and is suitable for any state in Australia for someone wishing to test and tag professionally.
However, in Queensland, to carry out this work as a business as well as completing the course you must also hold a Queensland electrical contractor licence that permits this type of work.
Also note that in Queensland replacing plug tops is considered electrical work and licence requirements apply. You should contact the Electrical Safety Office before commencing this course.
For more information about Queensland requirements, visit electricalsafety.qld.gov.au or call 1300 362 128.
How are the assessments done?
There are 3 assessments the first two are theory based while the other is practical. The two theory based assessments are an open book multi-choice answer format on word documents. The practical assessment is done over Skype as the student needs to demonstrate his knowledge and use of a PAT tester.
There is a very comprehensive check list of what to film and all the questions that will be asked. The trainer is always available for additional training before assessments but is not usually needed.
I don’t have access to a webcam?
You don’t need a webcam straight away to start the course, it’s only necessary for the final assessment. You can pick up a webcam rather cheaply (around $10) online or from your local electrical store, so it’s an easy fix.