- NQF 1 & 2
- SAQA ID 67109, 67375
- DHET issued & Certified
Light current is often referred to as electronics engineering and involves the use of heat, energy and lighting for power distribution. An entry-level technician in light current or instrument engineering will learn about various instruments and will build their knowledge on the theory of Engineering Drawing, Engineering Science, Industrial Electronics, Instrument Trade Theory and Logistics. You will work closely with qualified engineers and will take their blueprints and put them into action, for example through the building of circuits for various electronic devices.
With this qualification, successful learners could pursue a career as a:
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Grade 10, 11 and 12
Mathematics and Physical Science is not a requirement.
All examinations are administered by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) and IEB.
Study materials are available FREE as printed textbooks, notes and is also available online on the learner management system, Moodle
Academic Development Officer (ADO)
Students are supported by a team of Academic Development Officers (ADOs), who are available throughout the journey of your course. ADOs are not lecturers, but support academics, who are qualified in the relevant subject matter, and will guide you on all academic matters.
You may attend Saturday classes for extra support. All support classes are free.
Student Support services is available to all registered learners.
Online Centre for Student Relations
An academic and customer care adviser will be allocated to you to provide additional online support while you complete your studies. This service is free.