Construction Wiring - The Centre For U

Construction Wiring

Broaden your knowledge and skills to safely install temporary wiring on construction sites.

Construction Wiring – Initial Course

This course is for electricians who work in the construction industry and seek to perform temporary electrical installations at construction and demolition sites.

It covers the requirements of AS/NZS 3012:2019, Electrical installations – Construction and demolition sites, and other relevant standards.

This training is free to unemployed and employed ETU members*

* Conditions apply, please see here.


If there are no dates available you can call us on 1800 270 875 or send us an enquiry.

Available Dates

BOOK ONLINE   OR CALL 1800 270 875

Duration: 3 days (consecutive)

Location: The Centre for U – Level 3, 200 Arden Street, North Melbourne Victoria

Course Description

It is industry best practice that electricians hold current construction wiring skills. The Construction Wiring Course provides you with the underpinning skills, knowledge and competency for the installation and maintenance of construction wiring on building and demolition sites in line with current ANZS 3012 Construction and Demolition and Service and Installation Requirements (SIR), ANZS 3017 Testing and Guidelines, OH&S Act and ANZS3000 wiring rules.

Training Provider


Training is both practical and theory based. No assessment is undertaken.

Course Outcomes

On successful completion of the course, you will be issued with a Statement of Attendance.

Course Fees

Unemployed ETU Member: FREE

Employed ETU Member: $680

Non-Member: $845

Eligibility for Free Training

  • Members must be financial (includes suspended up to six (6) months)
  • Must be an ETU member for more than three (3) months.

For more information read our Eligibility for free services Policy


You must hold a current electrician’s licence or be a 4th year electrical apprentice who has evidence of successfully completing their LEA assessment.

It is recommended that a refresher course is undertaken every three years.