National Certificate in Electrical Installation Systems and Maintenance
The Electrical Installation Systems and Maintenance course is designed to produce electricians who are skilled and relevant to the industry. The course is centered on trainees and focuses on practical learning, projects, innovation, and industrial training. Trainees will be able to program and troubleshoot industrial automation systems, design and interpret electrical circuits, repair and maintain electrical and electronic equipment, install and maintain transmission and distribution power lines, install and maintain solar PV systems, and initiate and manage small businesses.
Upon completion of the Electrical Installation Systems and Maintenance course, graduates will receive a certification that will enable them to be employed in manufacturing, production, processing and service industries both in the private and public sector, power generation, transmission and construction projects, construction companies, public works department, rural development agencies, oil and gas industries, and as self-employed installation and maintenance professionals.
- Competence-based training approach with real-life practical assignments and supporting modules
- Integrated education focusing on knowledge, skills, and a positive attitude
- Emphasis on innovation and initiative to solve problems
- Upward mobility and concentric curriculum
- Entrepreneurship and creativity orientation
- Consideration for environment, health, and safety
- Opportunities for sports, clubs, and social interactions
- Development of communication skills and HIV and AIDS education
FUTURE ACADEMIC PROGRESSION
Graduates of the Electrical Installation Systems and Maintenance course may further their education by pursuing diplomas and eventually degrees in electrical engineering, telecommunications engineering, electronics, software engineering, computer engineering, information and technology, or any other related course/program.
Duration: 2 Years
Skill Level: Beginner