Certificate in Applied Technology (Electrical Engineering)

Programme summary  Career opportunities  Courses & timetables  Admission requirements

4, 120 1.0
Full-time for one year or part-time (day) options available
Starts February or July
Mt Albert campus | Northern campus
Semester dates for 2014:
Semester 1: 24 February - 27 June; Semester 2: 21 July - 21 November
NZ$5708 (Approximate fee only, find out more about the costs of study)

International fees

Programme summary

Interested in starting an apprenticeship in electrical engineering? Find out how to test circuits and diagnose faults in electrical equipment, and gain the skills to repair and test electrical appliances and equipment.

Do you want to start an apprenticeship in electrical engineering? The Certificate in Applied Technology (Electrical Engineering) gives you a basic understanding of everything electrical, including alternating and direct current (AC/DC), electricity supply, three-phase principles and electricity networks. Learn to test circuits and diagnose faults in electrical equipment, and gain the skills required to repair and test electrical appliances and equipment. Pre-wire, fit-off and test domestic electrical installations, and connect, test and operate electric motors and transformers.

Highlights

  • Covers the theory and practical off-job requirements for registration as an Electrical Appliance Serviceperson and Electrical Service Technician under the Electricity Act.
  • Cross-credits towards the National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Electrician for Registration) off-job units of your electrical apprenticeship.
  • Industry-experienced staff who are happy to share their wealth of knowledge with you.

Prepare for success

Well-prepared students have the best chance of success in their studies, so we've put together a free online guide so you can refresh and sharpen some of the skills you'll use on this programme.

 


Last edited: 11 September 2013