Diploma in Electrical Technology Course

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Electrical/Electronics engineering technology (EET) is an engineering technology field that implements and applies the principles of electrical engineering.The technology of producing, storing, controlling, transmitting and getting work from electrical energy. (Example applications: power plant generator, flashlight, electric motor in a can opener, doorbell, electric heater, hair dryer.)Electrical technology is everywhere.From our phones and light bulbs to our ovens and televisions,electricity is at the heart of modern life and with electrical appliances being so important , people who can build,repair and invent new electrical technology are becoming increasingly valuable members of society.If you can gain skills in electrical engineering , you will be preparing yourself for a secure and well-paid career.This course is designed to start you on your path to becoming an electrical engineer.It starts by introducing you to important safety methods for working with electrical appliances.You will learn about the different sources and elements of electricity including voltage , current , AC and DC. The course then guides you through essential electrical technology such as resistors, inductors ,capacitors and parallel circuits.Finally, you will learn about important electrical system concepts including phase system power , energy and power factors.

Eligibility : Matric / F.Sc. / A’Levels / Grade 12  ( Science with Mathematics)
Duration :  One Year

Course Sequence 

First Semester
National Electrical Code 1 and Trade Calculations
Direct Current Circuit Analysis
Alternating Current Circuit Analysis
Single-Phase Motors and Generators

Second Semester
 Three-Phase Systems Motors and Generators
 Introduction to Electronics and Test Equipment
 Intermediate Electronics and PLC’s
 Low Voltage Systems and Job Site Safety

Third Semester
 Distribution Power and
 Specialty Transformers
 Motor Controls
 Residential Wiring and Blueprint Reading
 Heating and Cooling System Controls

Fourth Semester
 Wiring Methods and Systems
 Commercial Wiring Methods
 Industrial Wiring Methods and  Service Entrance
 National Electrical Code 2
 Renewable Energy