Certificate IV in Autonomous Control and Remote Operations

Jobs and Skills WA: Engineering courses
Want to work with robots and exciting technology?

Many industries are now using autonomous technology such as robotics across different aspects of their business — that includes areas such as mining, manufacturing, automotive production, and much more! Here's your chance to learn about these exciting new technologies, and enter a whole new world!

Through this qualification, you'll learn about optimising performance of complex control systems, maintaining and utilising a range of operational and communication technologies; identifying opportunities for the use of automation to improve efficiency and quality; managing safety risks, and so much more

Industry: Engineering and Mining
National course code: 52851WA | WA State ID: BGO91

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Automation is just one of the Industry 4.0 trends in accelerating the efficiency of organisations and utilising new and emerging technologies to automate processes. Be ahead of the curve and ensure your path to a job of the future.

This course allows students to gain knowledge and skills to perform the tasks associated with a role in industry working in Remote Control operations centres.

Gain these skills:

  • optimising performance of a complex control system within the organisation
  • using knowledge of the organisation’s value chain to improve quality outcomes
  • optimising automated operations as a controller in a specialist area
  • maintaining continuity of operational control through effective briefings and handovers
  • using a range of communication technology to communicate remotely with team members or other stakeholders
  • managing situational awareness and other factors that affect personal performance to reduce the likelihood and severity of errors
  • making informed decisions in known or predictable situations and undertaking dynamic decision making in complex, high consequence situations
  • controlling automation safety risks
  • influencing quality outcomes through collaborative work practices and informal leadership of colleagues.

Semester 2 full time on campus study option starts 24 August. Express your interest now.

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