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Electrical and electronic Technology (power) Certificate - KNEC

This certificate in electrical and electronics technology (power) course equips graduates with both practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of electrical and electronics engineering.

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  •  Certificate  2 years

    This course is a combination of electrical and electronic technologies. Graduates with a certificate in electrical and electronics technology can get employment in many industries, including, IT, telecommunications, manufacturing, automotive, power, electronics and construction among others. By the end of the course, a student is able to design electrical and electronic equipment.

    Career Opportunities

    • Lab technicians
    • Hardware engineer
    • Web developer
    • Network architect
    • Electrical engineer

    Electrical and electronic Technology power Certificate - objectives

    This certificate in electrical and electronics technology (power) course equips graduates with both practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of electrical and electronics engineering. It is a two semester structured programme undertaken within an academic year and seeks to equip students with hands on skills and knowledge in the field of electrical engineering.

    Target Group

    • Students who wish to work as electrical engineers.
    • Students in a relevant engineering field or,
    • Professionals currently working in relevant occupations and who wish to acquire knowledge and skills in electrical engineering.
    • Studentswhowishtopursuehigherlevelsoflearninginelectricalengineering

     

    Entry Requirements

    The minimum entry requirements for the certificate in electrical and electronics technology (power) course are:

    • KCSE Mean Grade D (Plain) or;
    • Pass in relevant Artisan Course or;
    • Equivalent qualification approved by KNEC.

    Electrical and electronic Technology power Certificate - course content

    Module I

    • Entrepreneurship education
    • Information communication technology
    • Course foundation and general information
    • Technical drawing
    • Mathematics I
    • Applied science
    • Workshop technology
    • Electrical principles I
    • Electronics
    • Electrical installations technology I
    • Solar installations systems

    Module II

    • Life skills
    • Electrical principles II
    • Communication skills
    • Workshop organization and management
    • Mathematics II
    • Micro electronics
    • Electrical installations technology II
    • Electrical maintenance and fault diagnosis
    • Electrical design estimating and tendering
    • Industrial machines and controls
    • Business plan
    • Trade project