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Electrical Contractors – Qualified Business Person

Electrical Contractors – Qualified Business Person (BSBSMB401, UEENEEE101A, UEENEEG175A)

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Electrical Contractors – Qualified Business Person - Enrolment Form

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Personal Details

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Company Details

If you have completed a course with us in the past and your details have remained the same you may skip this section.

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USI - Unique Student Identifier

The Unique Student Identifier (USI) is a new Australia-wide student number which will introduce the capacity for students to track their training records across all Australian states and territories.

If known please state your Unique Student Identifier (USI). Your USI is 10 characters long and is a combination of numbers and letters:

USI - Unique Student Identifier

If you do not know your Unique Student Identifier (USI), please complete the fields below and our staff will check to see if you have a USI. If you do not have a USI our staff will create one for you.

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Drivers licence details (If you do not hold a current drivers licence please contact our office (07 4724 4543) for an alternative document for proof of your identity:

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As part of our data collection requirements we ask that you please answer the following questions, should you have any concerns please contact our office (07 4724 4543).

1. In which country were you born?


If Other please specify

2. Do you speak a language other than English at home?

No, English Only - Go to Question 4

If Yes please specify

3. How well do you speak English?

Very Well
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Not at all

4. Are you Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?

Yes, Aboriginal
Yes, Torres Strait Islander
Yes, Both

5. Do you consider yourself to have a disability, impairment or long-term condition?

No - Go to Question 7

6. If YES, then please indicate the areas of disability, impairment or long-term condition:

Mental Illness
Acquired Brain Impairment
Medical Condition

7. What is your highest COMPLETED school level?

Year 12 or equivalent
Year 11 or equivalent
Year 10 or equivalent
Year 9 or equivalent
Year 8 or equivalent
Never attended school – Go to question 9

8. In which YEAR did you complete that school level?

9. Are you still attending secondary school?


10. Have you SUCCESSFULLY completed any of the following qualifications in Question 11?


11. If YES, then select ANY applicable boxes.

Bachelor Degree or Higher Degree
Advance Diploma or Associate Degree
Diploma or Associate Diploma
Certificate IV (or Advanced Certificate/Technician)
Certificate III (or Trade Certificate)
Certificate II
Certificate I
Certificates other than the above

12. Of the following categories, which BEST describes your current employment status?

Full-time employee
Part-time employee
Self employed – not employing others
Employed – unpaid worker in a family business
Unemployed – seeking full-time work
Unemployed – seeking part-time work
Not employed – not seeking employment

13. Of the following categories, which BEST describes your main reason for undertaking this course/traineeship/apprenticeship?

To get a job
To develop my existing business
To start my own business
To try for a different career
To get a better job or promotion
It was a requirement of my job
I wanted extra skills for my job
To get into another course of study
For personal interest or self-development
Other reasons

This course fulfils the Qualified Business Person (QBP) qualification requirement for an Electrical Contractors License.

Upon successful completion of the course students will be issued a Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:

UEENEEE101A: Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

BSBSMB401: Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business

UEENEEG175A: Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business

Student will need: note paper, pens, calculator, a laptop with Microsoft office and internet access.


UEENEEE101A: Training for this unit of competency is completed before attending Day 1 of the workshop.

BSBSMB401 & UEENEEG175A: The training for these units of competency is delivered over a 2-day face-to-face workshop. The training includes business structure options, how an electrical contracting business complies with laws and regulations and how to identify and manage risks to your business.

The course is very practical, as part of the course assessment you will complete tasks that you would ordinarily complete when setting up a business. You will also create forms to comply with legislation that you can use when you start working in your business.


Assessment Task 1 – Short answer questions on Health and Safety - Completed before attending day 1 the workshop.

Assessment Task 2 - Using your own business situation (Electrical Contracting Business) as the basis for this project you will decide on the most effective business structure and identify, obtain the relevant documents and record the actions undertaken to comply with the relevant legislation and regulations for your business. Completed on day 1 of the workshop.

Assessment Task 3 - You will identify, access and complete a set of contracts and a business continuity plan associated with the needs of your business (identified in Assessment Task One) and collect them as a portfolio of evidence. Completed on day 2 of the workshop.

You will need to research, make inquiries, request quotes, complete the documents associated with each contract, and answer questions regarding them.

The modules/units of competency above are assessed using Competency Based Assessment (CBA). Each learner is given two opportunities to satisfactorily complete a task or answer a question. Should a learner receive an unsatisfactory result on both attempts or not complete any assessment item the learner may receive a Not Yet Competent (NYC) result.

Payment Details

Please select which units you wish to complete:

UEENEEE101A - If you have completed your trade in the last 10 years it is likely that you have completed unit of competency UEENEEE001A or UEENEEE101A. If this is the case please email a copy of your academic record showing your competence in this unit to and do not tick to enrol in the UEENEEE101A unit.
BSBSMB401 - You may not need to complete this unit of competency if you have run a business for at least 5 years or you hold an equivalent or higher qualification in business – please contact the ESO for further information – 1300 362 128.
Total Fee CSQ Funding * CSQ Subsidised course fee
UEENEEE101A $290 $240 $50
UEENEEG175A $800 $750 $50
BSBSMB401 $410 $360 $50
All QBP Units $1,500 $1,350 $150

*CSQ funding is available to Queensland residents currently working in the Building and Construction Industry (Most Queensland Electricians are eligible).

If you would like to apply for funding through Construction Skills Queensland, please complete the CSQ application pack attached to the interest email you have received. The completed CSQ application and evidence are to be emailed to

Please note, as we have a limited amount of funding the subsidised course fee cannot be approved until we have received your completed application and supporting evidence and have checked that we have not reached our maximum funding amount. You will receive written advice whether your application has been approved within 1 working day of being received.

Note: The supply of an Education Course is a GST-free supply and therefore the course fee does not include GST.

Pre requisites of course

  • None

Workshop details

  • Course starts at 8.00am and finish at 4.30pm.
  • Registration is from 7.50am on the day.
  • The course fees are per delegate and include all reference manuals and handouts.
  • Abusive or offensive behavior is not tolerated by the course facilitators. Please see our policies and procedures (published on our website or you may request a copy from our office) for further information

Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) process: Please contact our office 4724 4543 and ask to speak with the Business Trainer should you believe that you may have already met the requirements of the unit of competency from prior learning and/or experience.

Student Cancellation: A fee of $200 will apply for written cancellations received within fourteen days from enrolment. Cancellations received more than fourteen days after enrolment are not refundable.

Institute Cancellation: The Electro-Training Institute guarantees that the training and assessment will be completed by a qualified person on the date specified on the student’s confirmation. Should the Electro-Training Institute not provide the training and assessment on the specified date a full refund will be given to the student within two working days of their bank details being received in writing by the Electro-Training Institute office.

Confirmation: Full confirmation details and course instructions will be sent to you upon receipt of booking.

Certificates/Statements of Attainment and Academic Records of Achievement: Upon successful completion, of the course, Electro-Training Institute will provide a qualification in the form of a Certificate/Statement of Attainment as well as an Academic Record of Achievement. This qualification will be mailed out to the indicated address on the students enrolment form. It is the responsibility of the student to provide Electro-Training Institute with the correct mailing address. A fee of $35.00 will apply for any re-prints of the Certificate/Statement of Attainment and Academic Record of Achievement.

Student deemed Unsuccessful/Not Yet Competent: If a student fails to complete an assessment or is unsuccessful in completing an assessment task/exam they are deemed as ‘Not Yet Competent’ by the assessor and the assessor will nominate a time for re-assessment within class time. This second assessment will be free of charge. If the student remains ‘Not Yet Competent’ after the second assessment, he or she will be notified that this result is final and he or she will be unable to successfully complete the unit of competency in which they are enrolled. Any further assessment will be fee for service and the student will need to have a meeting with the Institute Director to create an individual learning plan before their re-enrolment in the course is confirmed.

Professional development: This course is designed to meet the business qualification requirements for an Electrical Contractors licence with the Queensland Electrical Safety Office. A Statement of Attainment documenting your attendance and results will be awarded at the end of the course.

Access of records and progress: If at any time you wish to have access to your records or you have any questions regarding your participation or progress please contact our office.

Complaints and Appeals: We welcome any feedback about the course delivery and/or content, if you have any complaints or you wish to appeal any decision made regarding your participation please view our complaints and appeals procedure on our website or contact our office for a hard copy.

Privacy Notice: Under the Data Provision Requirements 2012, Electro-Training Institute is required to collect personal information about you and to disclose that personal information to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ltd (NCVER).

Your personal information (including the personal information contained on this enrolment form and your training activity data) may be used or disclosed by Electro-Training Institute for statistical, regulatory and research purposes. Electro-Training Institute may disclose your personal information for these purposes to third parties, including:

  • School – if you are a secondary student undertaking VET, including a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship;
  • Employer – if you are enrolled in training paid by your employer;
  • Commonwealth and State or Territory government departments and authorised agencies;
  • NCVER;
  • Organisations conducting student surveys; and
  • Researchers.

Personal information disclosed to NCVER may be used or disclosed for the following purposes:

  • Issuing a VET Statement of Attainment or VET Qualification, and populating Authenticated VET Transcripts;
  • facilitating statistics and research relating to education, including surveys;
  • understanding how the VET market operates, for policy, workforce planning and consumer information; and
  • administering VET, including program administration, regulation, monitoring and evaluation.

You may receive an NCVER student survey which may be administered by an NCVER employee, agent or third party contractor. You may opt out of the survey at the time of being contacted.

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