Electrical Engineering – Heavy Current

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING – HEAVY CURRENT

PURPOSE OF THE COURSE

This course will enhance the social status, productivity and employability of the learner within the electrical engineering and energy sector and contribute to the quality, production rate and growth of the electrical engineering and energy sector.

A person acquiring all skills in this course, will have skills, knowledge and experience to:

  • Evaluate and apply essential methods to technical operational systems.
  • Analyze and apply acquired knowledge in performing the tasks and solve common problems.
  • Gather and analyze relevant information, use data to apply theories and principles within electrical engineering related situations.
  • Execute role and responsibilities by being able to summarize, classify, discuss and estimate application processes  required through mathematical Concepts, technical and schematic diagrams, computer and technology usage in a range of different contexts.
  • Communicate with peers, customers and members of supervisory/management levels by presenting information reliably and accurately in spoken and written form.

Rationale of the Course.

This is an occupational based course  for learners that reflect the workplace-based needs of the electrical engineering and energy field that is expressed by employers and employees, both now and for the future. This course provides the learner with accessibility to be employed within the electrical engineering and energy field and provides the flexibility to pursue different careers in the broader electrical engineering and energy sector and articulate within the Engineering, Electrical Construction, Generation, Transmission and Distribution specialization contexts.

COURSE DURATION :

All the Skills programmes in this course can be a achieved into three phases each phase takes 10 weeks (I year)

SYLLABUS :

First Semester (10 weeks)

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Electrotechnics

Second Semester (10 weeks)

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Electrotechnics

Third Semester(10Weeks)

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Electrotechnics

On successful passing the skills programmes the college issues a certificate.

Since the training is based on the N – Course syllabus, the learner can write the external N course exams administered by the Department of education, and on successful passing the learner will be awarded a National certificate N4, N5 and N6.

DAM College has an exam Centre for N-Courses its centre no. is 899990879

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