Greg Beyer

Telecommunications - Trainer / Assessor

Greg is a trainer who has worked for close to 10 years in the Telecommunications Industry, on the HFC Network as a Customer Service Technician, in both SDUs and MDUs. Later he was involved in Trouble Calls and Fault Finding, progressing onto Network Technician, and Network Maintenance.

Having a passion for training and being a confident communicator, Greg likes to work with all levels of staff, learners and service providers. He is an extremely enthusiastic trainer who is able to demonstrate a pragmatic and innovative approach to meeting the needs of our clients. Through effective planning and strategy management, Greg has earned a reputation as someone who delivers ‘exceptional’ rather than just ‘expected’ results working across a broad client portfolio across multiple industries.

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Steven Grieve

Telecommunications - Trainer / Assessor

Steven has over 40 years of experience providing training and consultancy services. He has delivered over 100 different courses to thousands of students over his career covering Satellite, Broadcast TV, Radio, Information Technology and Electrical Trades. Steven was involved in installing and delivering data services over CATV systems for many large corporations. He has also trained technicians in the installation and maintenance of the Optus HFC networks.

He has delivered Certificate IIIs in Telecommunications and Digital Reception Technologies and also designed and built ISPs which delivered high speed Internet services via Microwave and xDSL technologies. With the introduction of the NBN, Steven has written and delivered many training programs across all seven of the NBN MTM delivery technologies. Currently, Steven is currently delivering NBN HFC courses for NBN Delivery Partners and is an NBN Assessor.

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Laurie Radcliffe

Telecommunications - Trainer / Assessor

Laurie launched his first alarm installation business whilst still in year 9 of High School. This business venture was instrumental in establishing a lifelong passion for the security and communications industry.

In early 2006 Laurie designed, installed and project managed one of the first "All Optic" fibre to the home (FTTH) systems in Australia, a new technology at the time it has now been adopted as the preferred roll out method for the National Broadband Network (NBN). This was the launching pad for many high profile projects managed by Laurie, Those most worthy of mention include Quality Assurance manager for fibre optics within the coal seam gas (CSG) projects and lead project manager supplying FTTH to the entire Hope Island resort of QLD.

Since then a major focus for Laurie has been the teaching and mentoring of staff, contractors and customers in technology associated with the security and communications industries. Laurie further developed this passion some eight years ago and began his career in the training and assessing industry.  When not training he devotes his spare time to the Australian Scout Association. Laurie has been a loyal and dedicated volunteer for many years. Laurie currently holds a Branch Commissioner appointment.

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Adrian Parker

ESI Instructor / Assessor

Adrian has been practising both Transmission and Distribution Live Work for over 14 years and has been a Live Work Trainer for four years. His career has included fieldwork, method development and training. Adrian has trained and audited live work crews in every state and territory of Australia.

As well as being a member of the National High Voltage (HV) Live Work Forum, Adrian has recently been elected by his peers to sit on an Energy Networks Australia (ENA) Forum sub-committee that will be writing a national guideline for the testing and inspection of High Voltage Live Work Sticks.

Adrian attends the E-OZ Technical Advisory Committee meeting for the Transmission, Distribution and Rail sector and has been heavily involved in the writing and revision of the current nationally recognised units for live work training found in the UET12 Training Package.

Adrian’s expertise is in Distribution and Transmission Line Work, including Live Work – Stick, Glove and Barrier.

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Dennis Muller

ESI Instructor / Assessor

Dennis has worked in the Electrical Supply Industry for 30 years, beginning his career at Integral / Endeavour Energy as an Electrical Linesman. After seventeen years with the organisations, Dennis joined the Endeavour Energy Training Centre as a trainer, later becoming an Apprentice Training Coordinator. In this role, Dennis trained staff in all areas of line work and safety, which included Endeavour Energy Safety Rules, Pole Top Rescue, Live Low Voltage Panel Release, Elevated Work Platform Controlled Descent Device, Elevated Work Platform Ground Rescue, Working at Heights and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

In 2013 Dennis started his own business as a contract trainer. Dennis continued to train in the areas he’d been working in, as well as adding Working Safely Near Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker and First Aid to his scope.

Dennis also has experience working with the South West Institute of TAFE, training Apprentice Line Workers and Electrical Fitters to become Linesmen.

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Jamie Fieldes

ESI Instructor / Assessor

Jamie has a background in the Army, truck driving and dairy farming in NZ, this is his 13th year in the industry. He has gained excellent experience in power distribution work as a dual trade Linesman/Cable jointer, including HV live stick and gloving work, HV operations and Transmission line maintenance work. After 9 years in NZ and Tasmania on the tools, he started training Apprentices in Melbourne in 2013. Having a Cert IV in ESI - Network Systems, and a Dual Diploma in Training development, design and VET, he has gained excellent experience and understanding in all aspects of training Apprentices and experienced linesmen and cable jointers.

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Graham (Fred) Marshall

ESI Instructor / Assessor

Fred started his career in SA with the Electricity trust of South Australia in 1984, he was a linesman/cable joiner and progressed to become a live liney. There for 10 years then went to Esperance in WA and worked for Western Power also linesman/ cable joiner and later retrained to become a live liney in WA. Fred was there for 7 years then moved to Queensland and got a job with Ergon Energy in Hervey Bay and for the last 8 years he has been a trainer/assessor with them. He has been lucky enough to see this industry change and has been able to keep up with these changes especially the safety aspect of it, from productivity being the main performance indicator to now safety being the main performance indicator. Also the inclusion of computer technology. He started his own training business in 2015 and now contract to Enersafe and train refresher training, Working Safely Near Live Electrical Apparatus as a Non-Electrical Worker and First Aid.

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Gary O’Donoghue

ESI Instructor / Assessor

Gary is a Distribution Linesman who has been involved in the Power industry in Victoria for a number of years. Gary has extensive training experience and can train Glove and Barrier, Initial and Refresher units and VESI units.

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Mark Stanfield

ESI Instructor / Assessor

Mark conducts training and assessment activities both in Australia and overseas. He has been in Papua New Guinea training local workers in HV Operating, Electrical Access Authorities, Pole Top & EWP Rescue/Escape, LV Panel Rescue and Cert IV in TAE . He has travelled to Ireland, the Philippines and England to assess local electrical line workers to work in Australia. He also travelled to Laos to deliver HV Industry Operator training. Live line training and assessment services in Glove & Barrier up to 33kV are the most requested services. He can also provide Live line Hot stick training for Distribution and Sub transmission power lines up to 66kV. Mark, also delivers electrical line work training for apprentices and qualified trade persons.

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Tony Otley

ESI Instructor / Assessor

Tony commenced in the Belgrave Regional Construction Gang as an apprentice Lineworker in the SECV in 1977 and moved into the training arena in 1988 at the Chadstone Distribution Engineering Department (now Federation Training). In the years since then Tony has held a variety of roles including Lineworker, Supervisor, Trainer/Technical Writer, and a number of contract service delivery positions in both telecommunications and electrical industries. Tony has a diverse background and work experience in training, electrical distribution and transmission, asset maintenance, vegetation clearance and overhead construction.

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