Process and Pathways

Onshore/Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR) Assessment Process

This process involves the assessment and the issue of an Onshore/Offshore Technical Skills Record (OTSR).  The steps involved in achieving an Australian qualification and license are listed in the following steps, please Click Here to view.

Note: Complete gap training and work experience with completing electronic profiling data utilising “eProfiling“to meet Australian Electrical Regulators requirements in order to obtain an Australian qualification to gain the relevant electrical license.

Candidate Information Kits now available:

This course is only accessible by OTSR holders for the UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician qualification from the UEE11 Training Package or its equivalent successor.

This course is only accessible by OTSR holders for the UEE32211 Certificate III in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning qualification from the UEE11 Training Package or its equivalent successor.

This course is only accessible by OTSR holders for the UET30612 Certificate III in ESI — Power Systems – Distribution Overhead qualification from the UET12 Training Package or its equivalent successor.

This course is only accessible by OTSR holders for the UET30812 Certificate III in ESI — Power Systems – Distribution Cable Jointing qualification from the UET12 Training Package or its equivalent successor.

Click here to view the flowchart for the Electrician, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Mechanic, Electrical Lineworker and Cable Jointer Trade Skills OTSR Pathway.