Testing and Tagging
Course Code: B340EL05
Study Area:
Electrical and Refrigeration

​This program enables owners of approved testing and tagging devices or equipment to become competent to test and tag their own and other peoples electrical equipment. It enables holders to comply with the Australian Standard applying to the carrying out of mandatory routine testing and tagging of portable electrical items and leads.

  • Echuca Campus
  • Bendigo Charleston Road Campus

Course Structure

This course is internally accredited by Bendigo TAFE.

Possible Careers

Entry Requirements

Ideal for people in the following situations: owner/operators of motels, hotels, caravan parks; testing of all domestic household appliances tradespeople; testing power tools and leads office administrators; testing computers and other office based electrical equipment, maintenance personnel at hospitals, aged care facilities, schools, and clubs; a range of domestic, office-based and light industrial electrical items. People wishing to set up as an electrical testing contractor. The program satisfies the Australian Standard for testing and tagging of electrical equipment and leads (AS/NZS 3760) requiring regular equipment testing and tagging.

How to apply
Online application direct to Bendigo TAFE

Selection process

Recognition of prior learning (RPL)

Assessment Methods

Learning Options

Key Study Areas
Occupational Health and Safety standards and testing procedures - insulation resistance and earth continuity basic electrical theory understanding voltage values, surge arrestors, flexible cords and powerboards the ability to identify common cable types and develop basic skills in testing and tagging using portable appliance testers.

Further Study Opportunities

Commencement dates
Click here for upcoming courses or call 1300 554 248



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