Program Description

The program caters for students who wish to study the application of electronics, electricity, and magnetism as well as the equipment for the generation and distribution of electricity. The field goes on to the manufacture and repair of electrical gadgets like computers, control systems, and generators.

Career Prospects

Electrical Engineer, Instrument Technician, Electrician, Millwright, Electronics Technician.


Minimum Entry Requirements

N1: A Grade 9 Certificate with a pass in Mathematics and Natural Sciences

N2: A National Certificate: N1 Engineering Studies or

  • At least three applicable Grade 10 Instructional offerings at Higher or Standard Grade Level.
  • An equivalent qualification

N3: A National Certificate: N2 Engineering Studies or

  • At least three applicable Grade 11 instructional offerings at Higher or Standard Grade Level or
  • An equivalent qualification.

N4: An appropriate National Certificate: N3 Engineering Studies

  • A Senior Certificate with at least three instructional offerings which are applicable to the instructional offerings chosen by the candidate for the program
  • Equivalent qualification

N5: A National Certificate: N4 Engineering Studies

  • Equivalent qualification taking into account pre-requisites for instructional offerings

N6: A National Certificate: N5 Engineering Studies

  • Equivalent qualification taking into account pre-requisites for instructional offerings


Program Duration & Structure

The program is done within a period of two years or else two years six months. Each level should be done over a minimum of three months. The program is available in fulltime/part-time mode. The Structure is as follows:

N1-N2 Modules

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Industrial Electronics

N3 Modules

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Industrial Electronics

N4 Modules

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Electrotechnics

N5-N6 Modules

  • Mathematics
  • Power Machines
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Electrotechnics

Electives

  • Electrical Trade Theory N1/N2/N3
  • Aircraft Maintenance Theory N2/N3
  • Radio & Television Theory N1/N2/N3
  • Refrigeration Trade Theory N1/N2/N3
  • Motor Electrical Theory N1/N2/N3
  • Logic Systems N2/N3
  • Electrotechnology N3
  • Instrument Trade Theory N3
  • Fault Finding & Protective Devices
  • Industrial Instruments
  • Digital Electronics
  • Control Systems
  • Logic Systems
  • Supervisory Management


National N Diploma: Engineering Studies

  • A minimum of 12 advanced instructional offerings; a maximum of five N4 instructional offerings.
  • Documentary proof of two years or 2670 hours of applicable experience in the engineering industry.
  • At least two instructional offerings at N6 level must be relevant to the vocation.


Examination Board, Certification & ICASS

External examinations are administered by the Department of Higher Education & Training (UMALUSI & QCTO). The examinations are National Examinations. Certificates are awarded by the Department of Higher Education & Training. (UMALUSI & QCTO). A student will only be allowed to write the final examinations upon completion of the Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and 80% class attendance.


Payable Fees

Registration Fees R 500 (Once off)

Deposit

R 2 800 (Once per academic year)
Instalments R 1 300 (10 instalments)
Study Material R 800/Semester (Study material must be bought at Campus.)


NB: College t-shirt, student ID and examination fees are included in the fees.

Please note other payment options are available upon request. Consult the Finance Department.


Contact Details

For more information about this course contact the Admissions Office

Telephone: 011 339 1095

Mobile: 071 733 9383 / 071 941 5551

Program taught in:
  • English

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Last updated February 7, 2019
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Feb 2020
Duration
24 - 30 months
Part-time
Full-time
Price
- Registration Fees: R500 (Once off). Deposit: R2,800 (Once per academic year). Instalments: R1,300 (10 instalments). Study Material: R800/Semester.
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