Electrical engineers are involved in the generation, installation, distribution, and usage of electricity via electrically-operated equipment such as generators, stoves, industrial and domestic installation.
- Electric fitter
- Electric engineer
- Master electrician
Upon completion of every level, a certificate will be issued from the Department of Education. A Diploma will be issued by the Department of Education on completion of N6 as well as two (2) years on the job training/attachment in the relevant industry.
The qualification is made up of the following modules which are done over a period of 24 months.
Foundation Certificate (N1-N2): Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Science. Electives: Industrial Electronics, Electrical Trade Theory, Radio & Television Theory, Logic Systems, Instrument Trade Theory.
National Certificate (N3): Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Science, Electives: Electrotechnology, Industrial Electronics, Electrical Trade Theory.
National Certificate (N4): Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Science, Electro-technics, Industrial Electronics.
National Certificate (N5 + N6): Engineering Mathematics, Electro-technics, Industrial Electronics, Power Machines. Electives: Engineering Physics, Fault Finding & Protective Devices Logic Systems, Industrial Instruments, Digital Electronics