Test And Tag Short Course
Get test and tag qualified with our one day test and tag short Course.
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This short course is a great way to get started in testing and tagging.
It provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to correctly test and tag a wide range of electrical appliances of a basic design in accordance with AS/NZS 3760.
Designed for trades people, maintenance staff and others wanting to be able to test and tag a range of electrical appliances. It is also the ideal entry point for those taking their first steps toward starting a test and tag contracting business.
Students who successfully complete this course;
- will be able to correctly test and tag electrical a range of appliances
- use both a manual and automated appliance tester
- will meet the requirements of a competent person
- be issued with a certificate as evidence of training
- be able to test and tag their own or other people’s appliances (local jurisdictions can vary)
The course is open all adults (17+ years) and genders.
No prior electrical training or qualification is required; we will teach you everything you need to know.
Students should have basic English literacy skills, however we can assist those with any challenges
See below for the various course formats you can choose from
Check out a free lesson by watching our sample Test and Tag Course
What Our Students Say About Us
The course was a great insight into how to test and tag. Thanks
Daniel C. – Nov 16, 2019
A relaxed and friendly way to learn. Very informative. Recommended.
D Roberts – Nov 15, 2019
John was an excellent teacher and I learnt a great deal. Cheers John :-)
J Evans – Nov 14, 2019
Great day. Learned lots of new info and have a new skill to take home from the day.
Sam R. – Aug 14, 2019
Friendly, approachable, easy to get understanding on use of all theory.
Mathew Roelofs – Aug 14, 2019
Easy pace course setup, allowing you to read and absorb the information before continuing on to the Practical component piece of the course.
Russell Cremen – Jul 30, 2019