This Certificate in Electrical Technology (Electrical Appliances and Special Installations) course provides students with the skills and knowledge to maintain electrical installations, equipment and systems in domestic premises, commercial buildings and industrial plants according to engineering specifications and relevant codes of practice as well as electrical appliances and temporary and special electrical installations.
Module 1: Electrical Principles
On completion of the unit, students should be able to explain the basic principles of electricity, connect simple electrical circuits and use measuring instruments to measure and monitor electrical quantities.
Module 2: Electrical Installations
On completion of the unit, students should be able to install electrical wiring systems in residential premises, commercial and industrial buildings in compliance with relevant local standards, regulations and codes of practice.
Module 3: Electronics Principles and Applications
On completion of this unit, students should be able to should be able to check, connect and test electronic components, sensors and digital logic circuits commonly found in electrical control circuits and equipment and build small prototype electronic projects.
Module 4: Electrical Appliances and Special Installations
On completion of this unit, students should be able to diagnose and troubleshoot faults in electrical appliances, install and maintain temporary and special electrical installations in accordance with codes of practice.