Serbia

Serbia

Recognition of Serbia's qualifications and experience.

1. Electrician Registration

1.1 Level 3 or Level 4 Certificate with a Level 5 Certificate

Both certificates must be held.

1.1.1 Description

This certificate must be endorsed with the words obratovni elektrikar or pogonski elektrikar.

(a) Level 3 Certificate

This certificate is evidence of the successful completion of either:

(i) A full-time secondary (vocationally directed) education course to Level 3. There must be, at least, 2 years general secondary vocational education and an approved 2 years electrical vocational education course.

(ii) An adult vocationally directed approved education course designed to provide qualification to Level 3.

(b) Level 4 Certificate

This certificate is evidence of the successful completion of a full-time secondary (vocationally directed) education course to Level 4. There must be at least, 2 years general secondary vocational education and an approved 2 year vocational education course in electrical industrial subjects.

(c) Level 5 Certificate

This certificate is evidence of 2 or 3 years work experience at level 3 or 4 and the successful completion of an approved 2 years part-time training course.

1.1.2 Equivalence to New Zealand Requirements

These certificates, together:

(a) Exempt the holder from the 3rd stage theory examination requirements.

(b) Are evidence of the completion of 3 years work experience that has incorporated the skills in paragraph 1(2) of Clause 1 of Schedule 1 of the Electricity Regulations 1997.

1.1.3 Registration Requirements

The holder of these certificates must:

(a) Pass the 3rd stage practical assessment or examination.

(b) Pass the regulations examination.

(c) Have other documents that show, at least, 1 year work experience on (the equivalent of) prescribed electrical work at level 5 after the completion of the training.

(d) Complete the safety instruction requirements of Clause 3 of Schedule 1 of the Electricity Regulations 1997.

1.2 Vocational School Certificate

1.2.1 Description

This certificate is evidence of the completion of a full-time course at a vocational school. It must be endorsed with the words obratovni elektrikar or pogonski elektrikar.

A vocational school can be one of the following:

(a) A full-time Government school in which both theoretical and practical training is provided.

(b) A part enterprise, part Government School in which the practical training is done in the enterprise school and the theoretical training in the Government School.

(c) A school operated by an enterprise, and recognised by the Government, in which both theoretical and practical training is provided.

1.2.2 Equivalence to New Zealand Requirements

This certificate:

(a) Exempts the holder from the 3rd stage theory examination requirements.

(b) Is evidence of the completion of training that has incorporated the skills in paragraph 1(2) of Clause 1 of Schedule 1 of the Electricity Regulations 1997.

(c) Is evidence of the completion of 4 years work experience where the period of the vocational training was 4 or more years.

1.2.3 Registration Requirements

The holder of this certificate must:

(a) Pass the 3rd stage practical assessment or examination.

(b) Pass the regulations examination.

(c) Where the training course was less than 4 years duration, have documents that together with the Vocational School Certificate show, at least, 4 years work experience on (the equivalent of) prescribed electrical work.

(d) Complete the safety instruction requirements of Clause 3 of Schedule 1 of the Electricity Regulations 1997.