Restricted Electrical Workers Licence – Class 1 Assessment


50 minutes




City Campus



Next Intake

To be determined


Restricted Electrical Workers Licence - Class 1 Assessment is a 50 minute assessment.

This assessment covers locating and rectifying fault(s) in composite appliances intended to operate to a connected supply up to 1.000 volts a.c or 1,500 volts d.c. and allows participants to apply to Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) for a Restricted Electrical Workers Licence, Class 1.

It is recommended you contact Energy Safe Victoria (1800 815 721) to assess your eligibility and evidence required for the Restricted Electrical Workers Licence Class 1 Assessment.

Course content

ESV assessment


There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us or join our mailing list to express your interest in this course.

How to enrol

More details


Successful completion of the REL Class 2 assessment.

Materials supplied

All relevant materials, assessment equipment and examinations are included.

Materials to bring

To sit the exam you must bring: a pair of insulated gloves (either 650V or 1,000V rated), a pair of leather rigger gloves and an analogue insulation-continuity tester.

Suited to

To be eligible to sit for the Restricted Electrical Worker’s Licence Class 1 assessment, the candidate must have successfully completed the relevant Class 2 assessment, or hold a current Restricted Electrical Worker’s Licence Class 2.

The candidate must also have successfully completed one of the following units of competence from the UEE11 training package: UEENEEP016A,UEENEEP017A, UEENEEP018A, UEENEEP019A, or UEENEEP020A.

Additional notes

Once you have registered and paid for your course through the RMIT Short Courses website, there will be an additional enrolment step. This is because you will be studying a nationally endorsed unit of competency. You will be contacted shortly by our Academic Services team regarding the next step for online enrolment into an accredited unit.

Unique Student Identifier

All learners undertaking nationally recognised training are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) issued by the Australian Government.

If you do not have a USI you will need to go and create one.


Successful students will be issued with Statement of Independent Assessment.

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