There’s an old but very much relevant saying: if you want to become rich, you have to work for it. The said saying is true. There’s no way on Earth you can possibly become as rich as Bill Gates without shredding a single drop of sweat. A true hardworking worker doesn’t care if needs to lose sleep just to be able to tend to the needsof his loyal and paying clients who are availing his services. Now, if any in case that you are a licensed electrician in Perth, you definitely chose the correct career path for you. Why? Here’s why: among the skilled workers working in Australia in general, electricians in general, along with licensed plumbers, are among the richest skilled workers in the whole country because of the fact that they charge a little bit higher fees for their per-hour services and despite their hefty fees, more and more clients are hiring them because they can design, install and maintain any given electrical system whether it’s for industrial or residential use. To begin with, becoming an accredited electrician in any given country in the world, is first and foremost, not an easy track to take. Aside from completing a college course which usually takes up 4 years, you will also need to spend a great number of years during your apprenticeship years just to earn certification that you are an electrician. Now, getting licensed to work as an electrician is a different story mas some states would require one to pass an exam before getting licensed.
Just last September of 2016, South Regional TAFE’s Bunbury campus has started offering a newelectrical course for students because the campus wants to make it easier for an aspiring electrician in Perth to obtain the license that he needed for him to be able to start working. The good news is, students who will undertake such course will no longer need to spend big amount of money to travel all the way to Perth just to study. The said electrical course was a collaboration work between the Bunbury campus and the Metropolitan campus of TAFE to determine how exactly the course would freely flow so it can be established in Bunbury with the needed equipment and training materials.