UET Power and Network Systems

Project scope

 

The Power and Network Systems project will review six qualifications and 104 Units of Competency that have not been revised since 2012. The project will also develop one new unit to encompass changes in the processes of working with live lines. The review and development of these are essential to ensure the qualifications reflect contemporary industry practices and work methods incorporating the connections to Distributed Energy Resources (DER), management and infrastructure of electricity networks, Energy Networks Australia (ENA) guidelines, and management and safety practices for substations.

 

The project will focus on the Electricity Supply Industry’s need to ensure the workforce is skilled to manage and support the evolving energy networks within Australia. This includes accounting for transformation of the grid into a platform for new products and services – rapidly connecting new technologies, while delivering safe, reliable and affordable supply across Australia.

 

Review and development of the materials will coincide with the Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap to cover electricity networks being decentralised, customers taking control of their energy use, and DERs such as solar PVs, battery storage, and wind generating units connecting to the electricity grid. For Australia to connect to these new energy sources, the national electricity grid needs to be maintained and expanded with greater connectivity of grids on a broader scale. These projects will play a key role in COVID-19 economic recovery.

 

VIEW CASE FOR CHANGE

 

The ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail IRC will have oversight of this project, which will be facilitated by Australian Industry Standards (AIS) in consultation with industry stakeholders. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will be formed to provide subject matter expertise for the development of Training Package materials.

 

If you have any questions about this project or are a subject matter expert and would like to be considered for the TAC for this project, please contact the Industry Skills Manager.

 

Timeline

 

The Case for Endorsement and draft materials are due to be submitted by 30 June 2022.

 

Deliverables

 

The full list of products included in this project:

 

Qualifications

UET40419 Certificate IV in ESI – Network Systems

UET40519 Certificate IV in ESI – Power Systems Substations

UET40619 Certificate IV in ESI – Power Systems Network Infrastructure

UET50219 Diploma of ESI – Power Systems

UET50319 Diploma of ESI – Power Systems Operations

UET60219 Advanced Diploma of ESI – Power Systems

 

Units of Competency

UETDRRTXX1        Maintain and measure live rail traction lines

UETTDRCJ29         Install gas and oil filled specialised underground cables

UETTDRCJ30         Maintain gas and oil filled specialised underground cables

UETTDRCJ31         Install and maintain polymeric specialised underground cables

UETTDRCJ32         Install and maintain gas and oil pressure systems for specialised underground cables

UETTDRCJ33         Install and maintain network infrastructure LV underground cables

UETTDRCJ34         Install and maintain network infrastructure HV underground cables

UETTDRDP15        Inspect, maintain and restore energised low voltage overhead distribution network infrastructure

UETTDRDS31        Draft and layout a power system overhead distribution extension

UETTDRDS32        Draft and layout a power system underground distribution extension

UETTDRDS33        Draft and layout a power system street lighting system

UETTDRDS34        Draft and layout a power system distribution substation minor upgrade

UETTDRDS35        Design overhead distribution power systems

UETTDRDS36        Design underground distribution power systems

UETTDRDS37        Design power system distribution substations

UETTDRDS38        Design power system public lighting systems

UETTDRDS39        Prepare and manage detailed construction plans for electrical power system infrastructure

UETTDRDS42        Investigate quality of power systems supply issues

UETTDRDS43        Develop high voltage and low voltage distribution protection systems

UETTDRDS45        Organise and implement ESI line and easement surveys

UETTDRDS46        Develop planned power systems outage strategies

UETTDRDS50        Design customer power system substations

UETTDREL15        Respond to power systems technical enquiries and requests

UETTDRIS46         Install and maintain ESI network infrastructure electrical equipment

UETTDRIS47         Sample, test, filter and reinstate insulating oil

UETTDRIS48         Develop high voltage switching schedule

UETTDRIS49         Develop low voltage switching schedule

UETTDRIS50         Coordinate power system permit procedures

UETTDRIS51         Coordinate and direct power system switching schedules

UETTDRIS62         Implement and monitor the power system organisational WHS/OHS policies, procedures and programs

UETTDRIS63         Implement & monitor power system environmental & sustainable energy management policies & procedures

UETTDRIS64         Install mobile generation set for synchronised HV Genset

UETTDRIS65         Contribute to coordinated HV live working

UETTDRIS67         Solve problems in energy supply network equipment

UETTDRIS68         Solve problems in energy supply network protection equipment and systems

UETTDRIS69         Diagnose and rectify faults in energy supply apparatus

UETTDRIS70         Diagnose and rectify faults in electrical energy distribution systems

UETTDRIS71         Diagnose and rectify faults in electrical energy supply transmission systems

UETTDRIS72         Diagnose and rectify faults in distributed generation systems

UETTDRIS73         Develop engineering solutions for energy supply power transformer problems

UETTDRIS74         Develop engineering solutions for energy supply system protection problems

UETTDRIS81         Install telecommunications infrastructure on electricity supply industry assets

UETTDRRT31        Maintain energised d.c. traction overhead wiring system

UETTDRRT32        Maintain energised traction overhead electrical apparatus using stick techniques

UETTDRRT33        Maintain energised traction overhead electrical apparatus using glove techniques

UETTDRSB21        Diagnose and rectify faults in substation environment

UETTDRSB22        Carry out power systems substation inspection

UETTDRSB23        Install and maintain substation direct current systems

UETTDRSB24        Maintain high voltage power system circuit breakers

UETTDRSB25        Maintain high voltage power and instrument transformers

UETTDRSB26        Install high current d.c. equipment and switchgear

UETTDRSB27        Maintain high current d.c. equipment and switchgear

UETTDRSB29        Maintain capacitor bank equipment for voltage regulation

UETTDRSB30        Maintain high voltage power system static VAR compensators (SVC)

UETTDRSB31        Maintain high voltage power system synchronous condensers

UETTDRSB32        Maintain power transformer on load tap changers (OLTC)

UETTDRSB33        Install high voltage plant and equipment

UETTDRSB34        Carry out surveys using thermovision techniques

UETTDRSB35        Maintain discrete control and protection systems

UETTDRSB36        Commission discrete control and protection systems

UETTDRSB37        Maintain power system distribution field devices

UETTDRSB38        Commission power system distribution field devices

UETTDRSO32       Manage power systems network faults

UETTDRSO35       Manage high voltage distribution and sub-transmission network demand

UETTDRSO36       Develop low voltage distribution switching programs

UETTDRSO37       Develop high voltage distribution and sub-transmission switching programs

UETTDRSO38       Develop and evaluate power systems transmission switching programs

UETTDRSO40       Coordinate high voltage distribution and sub-transmission networks

UETTDRSO41       Manage power systems transmission networks

UETTDRSO45       Operate and monitor system SCADA equipment

UETTDRSO46       Monitor and control the field staff activities

UETTDRSO47       Coordinate high voltage transmission network

UETTDRSO48       Respond to discrete and interdependent protection operations

UETTDRSO49       Coordinate power system operations in a regulated energy market

UETTDRSO50       Respond to complex power system protection operations

UETTDRTP34        Install/maintain overhead transmission network infrastructure

UETTDRTP35        Install/maintain transmission network infrastructure electrical equipment

UETTDRTS21        Maintain interdependent network protection and control systems

UETTDRTS22        Commission interdependent network protection and control systems

UETTDRTS23        Conduct evaluation of power system substation faults

UETTDRTS24        Design testing and commissioning procedures for field devices and substations

UETTDRTS25        Maintain and test and metering schemes

UETTDRTS26        Commission power systems metering schemes

UETTDRTS27        Perform accuracy checks on power systems instrument transformers

UETTDRTS28        Repair, test and calibrate protection relays and meters

UETTDRTS29        Develop power systems secondary isolation instructional documents

UETTDRTS30        Design power systems secondary isolation instructional documents

UETTDRTS31        Maintain, test and commission power systems voltage regulating equipment

UETTDRTS32        Conduct evaluation of power systems primary plant

UETTDRTS33        Undertake power systems project management of substation augmentation and maintenance

UETTDRTS34        Install and maintain power system communication equipment

UETTDRTS35        Maintain complex network protection and control systems

UETTDRTS36        Commission complex network protection and control systems

UETTDRTS37        Perform current injection testing using phantom load

UETTDRTS38        Install and replace high voltage metering and associated equipment

UETTDRTS39        Maintain compliance with national electricity market metrology practices and procedures

UETTDRTS40        Test and maintain energy/revenue metering schemes

UETTDRTS41        Install and replace complex energy/revenue metering schemes and associated equipment

UETTDRTS42        Management of energy registration data errors for revenue billing purposes

UETTDRTS43        Commission energy/revenue metering schemes

UETTDRTS44        Test and maintain energy/revenue metering schemes (complex)

UETTDRTS45        Manage compliance with national electricity market metrology practices and procedures

UETTDRTS46        Verification and certification of revenue metering/energy measurement instruments

UETTDRTS47        Commission energy/revenue metering schemes (complex)

UETTDRVC30  Coordinate vegetation

TAC Established

 

11 AUGUST 2021

 

The ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail Industry Reference Committee has established a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for this project.

 

Comprising of eighteen (18) subject matter experts from Industry, RTOs and Peak Bodies the TAC has been tasked with:

  • Providing specialist industry subject-matter knowledge regarding the Electricity Supply Industry’s need to ensure the workforce is skilled to manage and support the evolving energy networks within Australia
  • Reviewing six qualifications and 104 Units of Competency
  • Validating the technical content of the Training Package products
  • Identifying relevant qualitative and quantitative data sources to inform the development of draft materials
  • Reviewing feedback from stakeholders through public consultations
  • Assisting in identifying and engaging broader industry networks to participate in consultation and/or validation activities during the duration of the project
  • Offering advice and guidance to assist in informing the direction of the project throughout its duration.
  • Making recommendations on the developed Training Package materials to the relevant IRC, which has the final decision-making authority

 

The first meeting of the TAC is scheduled for Wednesday, 18 August 2021.

Technical advisory committee

 

1 JULY 2021

SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS NEEDED

 

Work on this project has commenced and the ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail IRC is forming a TAC.

 

Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help review and develop Training Package materials to review six qualifications and 104 Units of Competency. The Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications will be reviewed to reflect contemporary industry practices and address changes to work methods incorporating the connections to Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), management and infrastructure of electricity networks, ENA guidelines, and management and safety practices for substations.

 

The project will focus on the Electricity Supply Industry’s need to ensure the workforce is skilled to manage and support the evolving energy networks within Australia. To connect to new energy sources, the national electricity grid needs to be maintained and expanded with greater connectivity of grids on a broader scale.

 

Registrations closed Thursday, 15 July 2021.

Consultation

 

19 NOVEMBER 2021

DRAFT MATERIAL

 

On behalf of the ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail Industry Reference Committee, its Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has drafted Training Package materials for the Power and Networks Systems project and welcomes your feedback.

 

The TAC has reviewed and updated six existing qualifications and 104 Units of Competency. In addition, it has drafted two new units which address the skills and knowledge required to safely maintain energised rail traction networks, and the design and interface of distributed energy resources with electricity networks.

 

In undertaking the detailed review, the TAC felt it necessary to merge and delete 34 Units of Competency and 3 qualifications to streamline and reduce duplication to better reflect industry needs. The “Information for Public Consultation” document provides the rationale for the proposed deletions and the additional two new draft Units.

 

The draft materials reflect contemporary industry practices, and your feedback is important to ensure they are fit for purpose to enable the development of a skilled and agile workforce.

 

Feedback closed Friday, 14 January 2022.

 

Feedback will be collated and discussed at the next TAC meeting.

Quality Assurance

27 MAY 2022

FINAL DRAFT CASE FOR ENDORSEMENT

 

The draft Training Package materials have undergone independent edit and quality assurance and have been updated to reflect contemporary industry practices, ENA Guidelines, management and infrastructure of electricity networks and work methods relating to design, systems operations, testing, metering, live line, switching, rail traction, specialised cable jointing, drafting, protection and substations. The two new Units of Competency, address changes in the processes for maintaining and measuring live lines for the rail traction industry, the other addresses emerging skills required to assess DER connections to the distribution network, in the electricity supply industry (ESI).

 

To view the final drafts, please click below:

Case for Endorsement

Companion Volume Implementation Guide

Mapping Attachments Document

Qualifications

Skill Set

Units of Competency

 

The Case for Endorsement is scheduled to be submitted to the AISC in June.

 

 

Validation

1 MARCH 2022

FINAL DRAFT MATERIAL

 

On behalf of the ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail Industry Reference Committee (IRC), its Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has considered all stakeholder feedback and revised draft Training Package materials for the Power and Network Systems project and welcomes your feedback

 

The TAC has reviewed and updated two new Units of Competency and updates to three existing qualifications and 68 units. The new units address the skills and knowledge required to safely maintain energised rail traction networks, and the design and interface of distributed energy resources with electricity networks.

 

The materials reflect contemporary industry practices, and your feedback is important to ensure they are fit for purpose to enable the development of a skilled and agile workforce.

 

In addition, the TAC has proposed to delete 35 units and three qualifications to streamline and reduce duplication to better reflect industry needs. The “Information for Public Consultation” document provides the rationale for the proposed deletions.

 

The IRC is seeking your feedback to validate these draft materials to ensure the proposed products meet industry needs.

 

Feedback closed Wednesday, 16 March 2022.

 

Feedback will be collated and discussed at the next TAC meeting.

Approval

26 AUGUST 2022

 

At its meeting on 17 August 2022 the AISC approved the UET Training Package Release 4.0 for referral to Skills Ministers for endorsement.

 

For more information on this project, please contact the Industry Manager.

 

 

Submission

30 JUNE 2022

CASE FOR ENDORSEMENT SUBMITTED TO AISC

 

The UET Industry Reference Committee has submitted the Case for Endorsement and draft materials for the ESI Transmission, Distribution and Rail Training Package Release 4.0 to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration at its meeting on 17 August 2022.

 

This Training Package release incorporates the project below:

Power and Network Systems

The materials include two new Units of Competency and updates to three existing qualifications and 68 units to reflect contemporary industry practices.

 

The two new Units of Competency address the skills and knowledge required to safely maintain energised rail traction networks, and the design and interface of distributed energy resources within electricity networks.

 

Refresher Skills

The materials include two new Units of Competency and updates to 11 Units of Competency to incorporate current industry practices and rescue requirements.

 

These Mobility and Portability units have been revised and developed to enable ESI workers to meet work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS), and mutual aid requirements and have been packaged within UET30621 Certificate III in ESI – Distribution Overhead as an elective group.

 

View Case for Endorsement

 

If approved, this Case for Endorsement for this Training Package release will result in the addition of four new Units of Competency, a Skill Set and an update to three Qualifications and 79 Units of Competency. It also includes the deletion of three Qualifications, 35 Units of Competency and 18 Skill Sets.

New Units of Competency:

  • UETDRDS015 Assess distributed energy resource connections to a distribution network
  • UETDRMP012 Working on Energised Low Voltage Overhead Electrical Apparatus
  • UETDRMP013 Working on Energised Low Voltage Underground Electrical Apparatus
  • UETDRRT015 Maintain energised rail traction networks

 

New Skill Set:

  • UETSS00054 Maintain energised rail traction networks

 

Updated Qualifications:

  • UET40422 Certificate IV in ESI – Network Systems
  • UET40522 Certificate IV in ESI – Power Systems Substations
  • UET60222 Advanced Diploma of ESI – Power Systems

 

Updated Units of Competency:

  • UETDRDS016 Coordinate and perform line and easement surveys
  • UETDRDS017 Design customer substations
  • UETDRDS018 Design distribution protection systems
  • UETDRDS019 Design distribution substations
  • UETDRDS020 Design overhead distribution systems
  • UETDRDS021 Design public lighting systems
  • UETDRDS022 Design underground distribution systems
  • UETDRDS023 Draft and layout a distribution substation minor upgrade
  • UETDRDS024 Draft and layout overhead distribution extension
  • UETDRDS025 Draft and layout street lighting system
  • UETDRDS026 Draft and layout underground distribution extension
  • UETDRDS027 Investigate quality of supply issues
  • UETDRDS028 Prepare and manage construction plans for electrical infrastructure
  • UETDRDU020 Joint, terminate and maintain gas and oil filled underground cables
  • UETDRDU021 Joint, terminate and maintain underground polymeric cable 33kv and above
  • UETDRDU022 Maintain gas and oil pressure systems for underground cables
  • UETDRIS020 Contribute to coordinated HV live work
  • UETDRIS021 Coordinate and direct switching programs
  • UETDRIS022 Coordinate permit procedures
  • UETDRIS023 Develop and validate high voltage distribution switching program
  • UETDRIS024 Develop basic low voltage switching program
  • UETDRIS025 Diagnose and resolve faults in distribution systems
  • UETDRIS026 Diagnose and resolve faults in electrical apparatus
  • UETDRIS027 Diagnose and resolve faults in transmission systems
  • UETDRIS028 Implement and monitor environmental policies and procedures
  • UETDRIS029 Implement and monitor organisational WHS/OHS policies, procedures and programs
  • UETDRIS030 Install high voltage mobile generator
  • UETDRIS031 Maintain insulating oil
  • UETDRIS032 Solve problems in network equipment
  • UETDRIS033 Solve problems in network protection
  • UETDRMP001 Apply access authority procedures to work on or near electrical apparatus
  • UETDRMP002 ESI safety rules for work on, near or in the vicinity of electrical apparatus
  • UETDRMP003 Perform cable pit/trench/excavation rescue
  • UETDRMP004 Perform elevated work platform controlled descent escape
  • UETDRMP005 Perform elevated work platform rescue
  • UETDRMP006 Perform pole top rescue
  • UETDRMP007 Perform rescue from a live low voltage panel
  • UETDRMP008 Perform rescue from switchyard structures
  • UETDRMP009 Perform tower rescue
  • UETDRMP010 Provide first aid in an ESI environment
  • UETDRMP011 Testing of connections to low voltage electricity networks
  • UETDRSB002 Commission and maintain discrete control and protection systems
  • UETDRSB003 Commission and maintain distribution field devices
  • UETDRSB004 Conduct surveys using thermovision techniques
  • UETDRSB005 Diagnose and resolve faults in a substation environment
  • UETDRSB006 Inspect substations
  • UETDRSB007 Install and maintain substation direct current systems
  • UETDRSB008 Install high current d.c. equipment and switchgear
  • UETDRSB009 Install high voltage plant and equipment
  • UETDRSB010 Maintain capacitor bank equipment
  • UETDRSB011 Maintain high current d.c. equipment and switchgear
  • UETDRSB012 Maintain high voltage circuit breakers
  • UETDRSB013 Maintain on-load tap changers (OLTCs)
  • UETDRSB014 Maintain power and instrument transformers
  • UETDRSB015 Maintain static var compensators (SVC)
  • UETDRSB016 Maintain synchronous condensers
  • UETDRSO012 Coordinate and manage distribution and sub-transmission network access and activities
  • UETDRSO013 Coordinate and manage transmission network access and activities
  • UETDRSO014 Coordinate operations in a regulated energy market
  • UETDRSO015 Develop and validate distribution and sub-transmission switching programs
  • UETDRSO016 Develop and validate low voltage switching programs
  • UETDRSO017 Develop and validate transmission switching programs
  • UETDRSO018 Dispatch and monitor field staff activities
  • UETDRSO019 Manage supply and demand in distribution and sub-transmission networks
  • UETDRSO020 Operate SCADA equipment
  • UETDRSO021 Respond to protection operations
  • UETDRTS028 Calibrate verify and certify revenue metering/energy measurement instruments
  • UETDRTS029 Commission and maintain communication equipment
  • UETDRTS030 Commission and maintain complex energy/revenue metering schemes
  • UETDRTS031 Commission and maintain energy/revenue metering schemes
  • UETDRTS032 Commission and maintain metering schemes
  • UETDRTS033 Commission and maintain network protection and control systems
  • UETDRTS034 Commission and maintain voltage regulating equipment
  • UETDRTS035 Conduct evaluation of network protection and control system faults
  • UETDRTS036 Develop secondary protection and control scheme isolation instructional documents
  • UETDRTS037 Maintain and calibrate protection relays and meters
  • UETDRTS038 Perform accuracy checks on instrument transformers
  • UETDRTS039 Perform current injection testing of secondary devices
  • UETDRVC012 Coordinate vegetation control operations

 

Deleted Qualifications:

  • UET40621 Certificate IV in ESI – Power Systems Network Infrastructure
  • UET50221 Diploma of ESI – Power Systems
  • UET50321 Diploma of ESI – Power Systems Operations

 

Deleted Units of Competency:

  • UETDRDO002 Inspect, maintain and restore energised low voltage overhead distribution network infrastructure
  • UETDRDS007 Develop planned power systems outage strategies
  • UETDRDU004 Install and maintain network infrastructure HV underground cables
  • UETDRDU005 Install and maintain network infrastructure LV underground cables
  • UETDRDU018 Maintain gas and oil filled specialised underground cables
  • UETDRIS009 Install and maintain ESI network infrastructure electrical equipment
  • UETDRRT005 Maintain energised d.c. traction overhead wiring system
  • UETDRRT006 Maintain energised traction overhead electrical apparatus using glove techniques
  • UETDRRT007 Maintain energised traction overhead electrical apparatus using stick techniques
  • UETDRSO008 Manage power systems network faults
  • UETDRSO009 Manage power systems transmission networks
  • UETDRSO011 Respond to discrete and interdependent protection operations
  • UETDRTO008 Install/maintain overhead transmission network infrastructure
  • UETDRTO009 Install/maintain transmission network infrastructure electrical equipment
  • UETDRTS001 Commission complex network protection and control systems
  • UETDRTS004 Commission interdependent network protection and control systems
  • UETDRTS007 Conduct evaluation of power systems primary plant
  • UETDRTS008 Design power systems secondary isolation instructional documents
  • UETDRTS009 Design testing and commissioning procedures for field devices and substations
  • UETDRTS012 Install and replace complex energy/revenue metering schemes and associated equipment
  • UETDRTS013 Install and replace high voltage metering and associated equipment
  • UETDRTS014 Maintain and test and metering schemes
  • UETDRTS015 Maintain complex network protection and control systems
  • UETDRTS016 Maintain compliance with national electricity market metrology practices and procedures
  • UETDRTS019 Manage compliance with national electricity market metrology practices and procedures
  • UETDRTS020 Management of energy registration data errors for revenue billing purposes
  • UETDRTS024 Test and maintain energy/revenue metering schemes
  • UETDRTS025 Test and maintain energy/revenue metering schemes (complex)
  • UETDRTS026 Undertake power systems project management of substation augmentation and maintenance
  • UETTDREL15 Respond to power systems technical enquiries and requests
  • UETTDRIS72 Diagnose and rectify faults in distributed generation systems
  • UETTDRIS73 Develop engineering solutions for energy supply power transformer problems
  • UETTDRIS74 Develop engineering solutions for energy supply system protection problems
  • UETTDRSB36 Commission discrete control and protection systems
  • UETTDRSB37 Maintain power system distribution field devices

 

Deleted Skill Sets:

  • UETSS00036 Apply Access Procedures to Work On or Near Electrical Network Infrastructure
  • UETSS00037 Apply ESI Safety Rules, Codes of Practice & Procedures for Work On or Near Electrical Apparatus
  • UETSS00038 Perform Cable Pit-Trench-Excavation Rescue
  • UETSS00039 Perform Cable Pit-Trench-Excavation Rescue and CPR
  • UETSS00040 Perform CPR
  • UETSS00041 Perform EWP Controlled Descent Escape
  • UETSS00042 Perform EWP Rescue
  • UETSS00043 Perform EWP Rescue and CPR
  • UETSS00044 Perform Pole Top Rescue
  • UETSS00045 Perform Pole Top Rescue and CPR
  • UETSS00046 Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel
  • UETSS00047 Perform Rescue from a Live LV Panel and CPR
  • UETSS00048 Perform Rescue from Switchyard Structures at Heights
  • UETSS00049 Perform Switchyard Rescue at Heights and Provide First Aid
  • UETSS00050 Perform Tower Rescue
  • UETSS00051 Perform Tower Rescue and Provide First Aid
  • UETSS00052 Provide First Aid in an ESI Environment
  • UETSS00053 Testing of Connections to Low Voltage Electricity Networks

 

Thank you to all stakeholders who provided valuable feedback and contributed to this project.

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Erin Knudsen

Industry Skills Manager - ESI Transmission, Distribution & Rail

 

 

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0418 434 302