- Full Time
- One Year
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.
Grade 10, 11 and 12
Mathematics and Physical Science is not a requirement.
Certification and Examination Authority
All examinations are administered by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) and IEB.
All textbooks at BTC are free. Simply enquire on registration for more details.
We offer free Saturday classes, run by qualified lecturers.
Enquire at any of our campuses for a current programme pricelist.
On successful completion, you will receive an N1, N2 and FLC Communication certificate (Light Current/Instrumentation) and can then progress to the N3-N4 qualification.