UKQ UK Approved International Diploma in Electrical Technology Level (II) Course
The UKQ UK Approved International Diploma in Electrical Technology level (II) presents a possibility to increase the capabilities required for gainful employment and profession development for individuals who are already in employment.
The UKQ UK Approved International Diploma in Electrical Technology level (II) curriculum prepares students to work as electricians in residential or commercial construction or industrial maintenance. Advanced motor control, conduit installation and bending techniques, blueprint reading, and wiring practises are all covered in the programme. Students learn how to install, replace, and repair electrical equipment as well as industrial safety procedures.
Why this course?
This curriculum is intended to fulfil the necessary technical teaching requirements for several DOL apprenticeship programmes. Graduates of this programme will receive a diploma.
- Electrical Technology Introduction
- Electrical Job-Site Hazards
- Introduction to Electrical Theory
- Resistive Circuits
- Introduction to the National Electrical Code
- Introduction to Device Boxes
- Conduit Bending and Joining
- Introduction to Raceways and Conduit
- Construction Drawings
- The Residential Electrical Service
- Wiring Principles
- Electrical Service Installation
Upon the successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
• Explain how to lift and shift equipment safely.
• Discuss the mechanics of electric shocks and how to avoid them.
• Examine several artificial respiration systems.
• Explain the phenomenon of electromotive force (EMF).
• Show the polarity of the AC and DC circuits.
• Recognize several types of resistors and their applications.
• Examine the effect of resistor series and parallel connections on overall resistance.
• Investigate the interplay of magnetic fields.
• Explain the process of making a solenoid.
• Determine the capacitance in both series and parallel connections.
• Explain the charging and discharging of capacitors in DC circuits.
The study scheme covers the construction and operation of all types of electric motors, generators, and convertors found in industrial units. The scheme of studies also includes the planning, installation, operation, and maintenance of AC and DC machines, batteries, and household appliances. Throughout the course, a strong focus is placed on “hands-on” practise.
United Kingdom Qualifications (UKQ) Limited today is an international awarding organisation, offering qualifications at different levels and in a wide range of subject areas. UK-Qualifications recognises the skills, knowledge and understanding achieved by a learner at a particular level and in a particular subject.
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