Why Study Electrical Engineering ?
The electrical engineer is involved in design, manufacture installation and management of various appliance and installations that generate or use electrical energy such as coal power station where chemical energy is transformed to electrical energy, the use of coal cells and wind turbine for the generation of electrical energy or transmission lines and substations that are used to distribute electrical energy for power, heating and lighting.
A Bright Future !
Some of the highest paying careers in the world are in the electrical engineering field. Electrical engineering jobs are among the most profitable choices. Technology is rapidly growing and with that, the role of electrical engineers becomes more important. They are the forefront of developing new technologies in different industries such as robotics, transportation, construction and healthcare. Electrical engineering is the blood of innovation.
- Admissions for this course will allow students to obtain credits to most University of Technologies by passing all N4, N5, N6 subjects with at least 50% in each subject.
Electrical Trade Theory
- Grade 12 Certificate
- NS Certificate or Equivqlent
- Completed registration Form
- Copies of your Metric or high school Diploma
- Certified Copies of your ID, or Passport
- Two ID sized passport photographs
- Registration Fee of R500(non-refundable)
- R50 for Compulsory Student id
- An initial Deposit As specified in the course
|N1-N3||R 500||R2 500||R900||R8 400||6 Months|
|N4||R 200||R900||R 2 900||3 Months|
|N5||R 200||R900||R 2 900||3 Months|
|N6||R 200||R900||R 2 900||3 Months
|Exam Fee R200/Sem|
- Electrical Engineer
- Instrument Technician
- Power Electronics
- Design Engineering
- Appliance Installation
- Acoustic consultant.
- Aerospace engineer.
- Broadcast engineer.
- CAD technician.
- Control and instrumentation engineer.