Taiwan

Taiwan

Recognition of Taiwan's qualifications and experience.

1. Electrical Service Technician Registration

1.1 Level “B” Skill Test Diploma with a Vocational Training Centre Graduation Certificate

Both certificates must be held.

1.1.1 Description

(a) Level “B” Skill Test Diploma

This certificate is evidence of passing the skilled workers test at "B" level conducted by the Employment and Vocational Training Authority (EVTA). EVTA also issue the certificate. The test can only be sat after obtaining 3 years work experience after receiving the graduation certificate.

The certificate must be endorsed with words that signify that the test was for the electrical trades.

(b) Vocational Training Centre Graduation Certificate

This certificate is e vidence of the successful completion of a 1800-2000 hour full-time training course. The certificate must be endorsed with words that signify that the course was for the electrical trades.

1.1.2 Equivalence to New Zealand Requirements

These certificates, together, are evidence of the completion of, as applicable:

(a) Eighteen months work experience on (the equivalent of) prescribed electrical work that relates to an “A” type limitation; or

(b) Eighteen months work experience on (the equivalent of) prescribed electrical work that relates to a “B” type limitation; or

(c) Three years work experience on (the equivalent of) prescribed electrical work that relates to an unlimited registration.

1.1.3 Registration Requirements

The holder of these certificates must:

(a) Have documents that together with the Level "B" Skill Test Diploma and Vocational Training Centre Graduation Certificate show whether their work experience relates to:

(i) The skills in paragraph 1(2) of Clause 1 of Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulations 1997 that relate to an “A” type limitation; or

(ii) The skills in paragraph 1(2) of Clause 1 of Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulations 1997 that relate to an “B” type limitation; or

(iii) The skills in paragraph 1(2) of Clause 1 of Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulations
1997 that relate to an unlimited registration.

(b) Complete the course of tuition for, as applicable:

(i) The "A" type limitation; or

(ii) The "A" type limitation and the "B" type limitation; or

(iii) An unlimited registration, and pass the examination and practical assessment at the end of the course.

(c) Complete the safety instruction requirements of Clause 3 of Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulations 1997.

2. Electrician Registration

2.1 Level “B” Skill Test Diploma with a Siemens Electrical Training Centre Certificate

Both certificates must be held.

2.1.1 Description

(a) Level “B” Skill Test Diploma

This certificate is evidence of passing the skilled workers test at "B" level conducted by the Employment and Vocational Training Authority (EVTA). EVTA also issue the certificate. The test can only be sat after obtaining 3 years work experience after receiving the graduation certificate.

The certificate must be endorsed with words that signify that the test was for the electrical trades.

(b) Siemens Electrical Training Centre Certificate

This certificate is evidence of the successful completion of a 3 years full-time training course. The certificate must be endorsed with words that signify that the course was for the electrical trades.

2.1.2 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 2 years work experience that has incorporated the skills in paragraph 1(2) of Clause 1 of Schedule 1 of the Electricity Regulations 1997.

2.1.3 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 2 years work experience on (the equivalent of) prescribed electrical work. The experience must be gained after the completion of the training.

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