Electrical Engineering Studies N1 - N3
Provision of a formal qualification that will equip and prepare an individual effectively to pursue an opportunity in the many different work areas of Electricity or Electronics. Examples are domestic installations and maintenance, repairing and maintenance of consumer equipment, installation and maintenance of business premises and the functioning and maintenance of high voltage electrical networks within a company like Eskom. This course also serves as a basis to gaining further qualifications at other tertiary institutions.
- Work at a power station
- Work as an electrician at an energy producing company or power plant
- Be an electrical technician at a telecommunications company
- Work at a recording studio as an electrical engineer
- Work at a theatre as a technician
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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
A tradesman will be equipped with the knowledge and understanding of a wide ange of engineering principles. By using calculations and theory, the student will develop an understanding of abstract atomic theory. Furthermore, the student will obtain knowledge and understanding of how an electrical current together with materials, matter and gasses influences changes and enhances the provision of electronically controlled equipment for use and consumption.
ELECTRICAL TRADE THEORY
Educate students regarding electrical wiring of buildings, stationary machines and related equipment. Electricians may be equipped in the installation of new electrical components or the maintenance and repair of existing electrical infrastructure, domestic and/or businesses. Electricians may also specialise in wiring ships, airplanes and other mobile platforms as well as data and cable.
Mathematics N1-N3 resides on the equivalent level of Grade 10-12 at school. The content is presented with an engineering approach in conjunction with a highly supported integrated dimension for the other three subjects that follow. The mathematical subject provides an opportunity to gain a better understanding and enhance practical skills in a work environment.
To obtain theoretical knowledge in installing, calibrating, maintaining and programming computerised equipment and instruments used in automation, telemetry, and robotics.
1 Trimester per Level
N1-N3 = 3 Trimesters of 10 weeks each plus examinations (1 Year)
- Kathu Campus
- Namaqualand Campus
- Upington Campus