Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
|Programme summary||Career opportunities||Courses & timetables||Admission requirements|
3, 120 1.0
Full-time for one year
Starts February and July
Mt Albert campus | Northern campus
Semester dates for 2013:
Semester 1: 25 February - 28 June; Semester 2: 22 July - 22 November
NZ$5029 (Approximate fee only, find out more about the costs of study)
|Applications are now open for Semester 2|
Increase your knowledge of electrical and electronics engineering. Experiment in our modern electrotechnology laboratories, and learn from staff who have worked in the electrical and electronics industries.
Want to become an electrician, or an audio-visual or electronics technician? The Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a recommended pre-employment pathway. Gain practical electrical and electronics engineering skills, and develop a sound core knowledge of service and repairs. Learn safe working techniques and become familiar with electrical test equipment. You also discover the importance of interpersonal and self-management skills, effective communication, teamwork, literacy, numeracy and safe working practices.
- An entry-level programme designed to give you a range of practical skills and knowledge to kick-start a career in the electrical and electronics engineering industries.
- Endorsed by the electrical and electronics engineering industries. Courses are supported by our liaison committee made up of industry representatives.
- Practical projects using modern machinery and tools.
- Industry-experienced staff who are still active in industry.
- Supported by industry sponsors.
- Access to Unitec's new electrotechnology laboratories.
- Cross-credits towards the Certificate in Applied Technology.
Study for free with the Youth Guarantee scheme
The Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is eligible for Youth Guarantee scheme funding for full-time students aged 16 or 17. See the Youth Guarantee scheme page for more information.
Last edited: 31 January 2013