National N Diploma: Electrical Engineering
The electrical engineer is involved in the design, manufacture, installation and management of various appliances and installations that generate or use electrical energy such as coal power stations where chemical energy is transformed to electrical energy, the use of solar cells and wind turbines for the generation of electrical energy, or transmission lines and substations that are used to distribute electrical energy for power, heating and lighting.
The electrical engineer tests and maintains electrical subsystems and systems, is involved in analysis and problem formulation, conducts research to improve the use of energy resources, designs and develops new components, or is responsible for managing projects.
Entry Requirements: A senior certificate or an appropriate National Certificate (N3), or a National Senior Certificate, or an equivalent qualification.
Duration: 6 Months per Certificate
Mathematics N4, Engineering Science N4, Industrial Electronics N4, Electrotechnics N4, Electrotechnology N4.
Mathematics N5, Engineering Science N5, Industrial Electronics N5, Electrotechnics N5, Electrotechnology N5.
Mathematics N6, Engineering Science N6, Industrial Electronics N6, Electrotechnics.
|N4||R200.00||No Dep||R799.00||R2,597.00||3 months|
|N5||R200.00||No Dep||R799.00||R2,597.00||3 months|
|N6||R200.00||No Dep||R799.00||R2,597.00||3 months|
|Exam Fee: R100 per Semester|
Employment Opportunities: Electrical Technician, Electrician.