Extended transition period: UEE Electrotechnology Training Package qualifications (x8)

4 October 2023

ASQA is empowered to approve transition periods longer than those detailed in Clause 1.26(a) of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015.

In accordance with the Guidance for Providers – Learner Transition, ASQA will only consider applications for a longer transition period where it can be demonstrated that there would be genuine disadvantage to a cohort of learners if such an extension was not approved.

Superseded in UEE Electrotechnology Training Package - Release 5.0:

  • UEE41920 Certificate IV in Electrical – Renewable Energy 
  • UEE42020 Certificate IV in Electrical – Photovoltaic Systems 
  • UEE43120 Certificate IV in Energy Efficiency and Assessment 
  • UEE50120 Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering 
  • UEE50711 Diploma of Renewable Energy Engineering 
  • UEE60920 Advanced Diploma of Renewable Energy Engineering 
  • UEE62020 Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology – Renewable Energy

Superseded in UEE Electrotechnology Training Package - Release 6.0:

  • UEE41220 Certificate IV in Electrical – Rail Signalling

ASQA has recently approved an extended transition period for the training products referenced above.

The transition period for training, assessment and certification issuance for qualifications superseded in UEE Training Package Release 5.0 and 6.0 are extended to 31 January 2025. This decision only applies for students who have commenced formal training and/or assessment in their course by 19 December 2023 and 7 February 2024 for UEE Training Package Releases 5.0 and 6.0 respectively.

All students must either complete and receive certification or be transferred to replacement training product, by the new transition end date.

ASQA has advised the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority and the Training Accreditation Council of Western Australia regarding this extended transition period.

The training products referenced above will remain on RTOs’ scope of registration, until the end of the extended transition period.

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