- Full Time
- Two Years
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.
- 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
Certification and Examination Authority
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 (2) 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.
All textbooks at BTC at free. Simply enquire on registration for more details.
We offer free Saturday classes, run by qualified lecturers.
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On successful completion, you will receive a National N Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current) and may further your studies at a University of Technology.