Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies)
Applied Engineering course details
Course description and aims
The Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) is a two year associate degree that will give you access to a new and exciting career in the fast-growing renewable energy technologies sector. All students study the processes of conversion and storage of energy, then specialise in the infrastructure and activities associated with either electrical or mechanical engineering.
The course addresses the changing nature of the energy industry and will prepare you for what lies ahead as government and corporate priorities shift, and ambitious targets are set to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. You can also use the program as a pathway into the third year of a bachelor degree in renewable energy technologies at the University of Newcastle.
COURSE INFORMATION BROCHURE
Download the https://www.tafensw.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/5072/20502-course-profile.pdf" target="_blank">TAFE NSW Higher Education Course Information Brochure for an outline of the structure, objectives and assessment requirements for this course.
Course outcomes and careers
Graduates will be able to work as a para-professional in the renewable energy sector in government, corporate, environmental and small business enterprises.
Graduates of the Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) will be eligible for direct entry into the third year of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Renewable Energy) at the University of
Newcastle. Articulation into other university programs may be offered on a case by case basis.
MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants are required to hold one of the following to be considered eligible for admission:
- a NSW HSC (Higher School Certificate) or equivalent, including Mathematics (2 Unit) at Band 5 or above or Maths Extension 1 [see note below]; OR
- a recognised Tertiary Preparation Certificate; OR
- a qualification from a Registered Training Organisation at Certificate IV level or above; OR
- the completion of at least one year full-time or equivalent in a degree course at a higher education institution.
Applicants who have not achieved Mathematics (2 Unit) at Band 5 or above or Maths Extension 1 may undertake the Statement of Attainment in Preparing for Mathematics and Science for Further Study at TAFE NSW (or equivalent), prior to course entry.
If you do not meet the minimum eligibility requirements for this course, you may be able to apply for entry into this course based on mature age or disadvantage. Contact the course coordinator for details of evidence that you should attach to your application.
International applicants must meet proof of eligibility and course entry requirements. In addition, international applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate English proficiency at a minimum IELTS level of 6.5 with a minimum level of 6 in any one band. Further information please check the http://www.studyintafe.edu.au/home" target="_blank">TAFE NSW International Australia website for details on fees and enrolment processes for international students.
Enrol at any location
If you have any queries about your application or enrolment into this course contact Applied Engineering customer service on (02) 9217 4128 or send an email to email@example.com
Attend the following information session to meet with the teaching staff, discuss the course and get more information about enrolment and next steps.
Tuesday, 16 January 2018, at 5:30pm at Ultimo Campus, Marcus Clark Building, Ultimo, Building W, Level 1, Room W1.21.
Full time attendance is approximately 16 hours a week. Part time attendance is available.
Select Apply to complete the application form. The course coordinator will then contact you by email.
Fees are calculated each semester on a per subject basis. See the https://www.tafensw.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/7156/feehelp_schedule.pdf" target="_blank">TAFE NSW Higher Education Tuition Fees Schedule for details.
FEE-HELP FEE-HELP is a student loan scheme funded by the Commonwealth Government to help students pay their course fees. Find out more http://studyassist.gov.au/sites/StudyAssist/" target="_blank">Study Assist website
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS International student tuition fees are subject to the TAFE NSW Australia course fee structure. Further information please check the http://www.studyintafe.edu.au/home" target="_blank">TAFE NSW International Australia website for details on fees and enrolment processes for international students.
|Number||Subject name||Nominal hours|
|ENELE201A||Advanced Electrical Engineering||48|
|ENEMP202A||Advanced Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENMCC201A||Advanced Mechanical and Civil Engineering Principles||48|
|ENELE203A||Electronics and Power Control||48|
|AEEGY201A||Energy Storage Systems||48|
|AEEGY204A||Energy System Efficiency||48|
|ENMAT101A||Engineering Materials and Processes||48|
|ENEMP102A||Foundation Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENMCC101A||Foundation Mechanical and Civil Engineering Principles||48|
|ENEGY101A||Foundation Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability||48|
|AEEGY101A||Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Systems||48|
|ENEMP201A||Intermediate Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENEMP101A||Introductory Engineering Maths and Physics||48|
|ENELE101A||Principles of Electrical Engineering 1||48|
|ENELE202A||Principles of Electrical Machines||48|
|AEEGY202A||Renewable Energy Resource Analysis||48|
|AEEGY102A||Solar and Thermal Energy Systems||48|
|AEEGY203A||Wind Energy Conversion Systems||48|