An electrician is any professional tradesperson designing, installing, maintaining and repairing the electrical systems and appliances used in residential homes, businesses, and factories. Electricians operate inside and outside buildings to ensure safe and efficient operation of lights, electrical equipment, and appliances. There are several different types of electricians, including residential electricians, installing wiring and fixing electrical issues in homes and electricians inside, maintaining and repairing control systems, engines, and electrical equipment in industries and factories.
As an electrician, they’re responsible for bringing electricity from the origin to the places where people and business users can use it. The basic responsibilities of this work can vary depending on the area of specialization but may include:
Planning of new building electrical systems includes the appropriate place for electrical outlets, light fixtures, heating outlets and ventilation systems.
Architect blueprints, circuit diagrams, and other relevant documents are read and interpreted.
Installation of wiring, lighting and control systems according to municipal standards, in new and existing buildings.
Creating electrical circuits, connecting electrical wires to completed circuits and testing components and fixtures.
Installation of switches, circuit breaker panels, relays, and other devices for electric control and distribution.
Moving forward, a qualified electrician job is the combination of internship of 3-4 years and holds a technical and professional certificate of level 3 or a diploma. Such certificates can be acquired without an apprenticeship, but an electrician needs to have served in the electrical industry to receive the technical certificate and is unlikely to have worked in the electrical industry without having at least a few years of experience so it is obvious that electrician jobs Melbourne are highly in demand.