Melbourne Motor School
Technical Training Australia
2 / 14-26 Audsley Street, Clayton South 3169
Course dates available upon request
This unit provides the foundational knowledge for 3 phase induction motor understanding. Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of electric motor construction, motor speeds, and the ability to dismantle and assemble a 3 phase squirrel cage motor.
At the completion of the unit, students will develop skills in electric motor construction, design and the circuit analysis for a rotating magnetic field.
The topics covered in this course include:
On successful completion of this unit, student will be able to:
Continuous assessment: 60%
Written examination (2 hours): 40%
Students must achieve at least 75% of the total marks in the continuous assessment component, and at least 75% of the total marks in the written examination, to pass this unit of study.
Twelve 4-hour sessions.
6 hours private study per week.
Certificate 3 in Electrotechnology, or equivalent.
ENG1002, ENG1005 or equivalent.
Must be a qualified 'A' Grade Electrician, or be trained under the direct supervision of an 'A' Grade Electrician, to participate in this course of study.
Successfully completing this unit provides the prerequisite knowledge required to attempt the following units:
MOT4102 - Electric Motor Starting
See our course guide for more information.
All students are required to wear the following while on campus