Understanding the design requirements, operation and performance of equipment that produces, distributes or uses electricity. A Wintec qualification in this field will set you up with an internationally recognized qualification in an area with an acute skills shortage.
As an Electrical Engineering Technologist with a BEng Tech qualification, you could be busy specifying, designing or supervising the construction of systems and equipment that produce, distribute or use electricity, calculating costs and materials needed, bidding for contracts, overseeing electricity system tests, writing reports or even instruction manuals.
An Electrical Engineering Technician with a Diploma qualification, works on-site at electrical plants overseeing the development and management of power systems and electrical infrastructure.
There is a real demand in New Zealand for qualified Electrical Engineering Technician and Technologists.
- Certificate in Introduction to Study (Level 2)
- Certificate in Introduction to Study (Level 4)
- Applied Science 3
- National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Advanced Trade) (Level 5)
- Electrical Engineering 5 (available from 2018)
- New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical) (Level 6)
- Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical)
You can also check out other programmes and career options in Science Technology, Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.