- NQF 3, 4, 5 & 6
- SAQA ID 67491, 66881, 66960 & 67005
- DHET issued & Certified
A qualified Electrical Engineer in Heavy Current will be responsible for the designing and planning of different energy sources to feed into electricity grids, which in turn is used for a variety of different uses where electricity is required. A veteran engineer may become a specialist in a certain area or can work across different industries. Investigating different energy sources, problem-solving and being able to manage a team of heavy current technicians are part of the roles and responsibilities of this job. With the energy crisis in South Africa and with coal being a non-renewal energy source, there is a dire need for electrical engineers to come up with innovative ideas to create electricity.
With this qualification, successful learners could pursue a career as a:
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N2 Certificate, or
A National Senior Certificate with Mathematics, Physical Science or any other technical related subject
N3 Certificate, or
A National Senior Certificate with 40% in Mathematics and Physical Science
Learners will receive the following at each level:
National Certificate N3, N4, N5, N6
National N Diploma in Electrical Engineering on completion of N4-N6 (12 subjects) and 24-months’ of in-service training.
The National N Diploma includes two (4) years of theory and 24-months of in-service training.
All examinations are set and administered by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).The National N Diploma is issued by the DHET.
The costs of study materials and access to the online portal for course schedules, exam dates, results etc. are included in the tuition fee. Simply enquire with your sales consultant.
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.