Electrical Engineering Level 3
Upon successful completion of the Electrical Engineering Level 3 programme, you will be awarded the New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Engineering Theory (Level 3)
This programme will give you a good foundation of hands-on skills, knowledge of the electrical industry and electrical theory.
On completion of this programme you’ll have the skills, knowledge and confidence to move into an apprenticeship within the electrical trade sector or pathway into higher relevant training.
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Schedule of Modules
|Module Code||Module Title||Level||Credits||Pre-Requisites||Co-Requisites||Assessment Standard|
| ELEC301||Electrical Work Practices||3||14||N/A|
| ELEC302||Direct Current (DC) Fundamentals||3||15||N/A|
| ELEC303||Electrical Installations||3||15||N/A|
| ELEC304||Electrical Applications||3||15||N/A|
| ELEC305||Alternating Current (AC) Fundamentals||3||15||N/A|
| ELEC306||Electricity Supply and Distribution||3||15||N/A|
| ELEC307||Circuit Design and Operation||3||15||N/A|
| ELEC308||Electrical Machines||3||15||N/A|
| ELEC309||Electrical Theory and Practice||3||1||ELEC301-|
Career/further opportunities:Graduates of the programme will have the skills and knowledge to work in the field of electrical engineering or pathway to higher study.
NCEA level 1 in Math, English and Physics or General Science or an equivalent qualification; or Special Admission or Provisional Entry.
Selection Criteria applicable. Minimum IELTS Academic band score of 5, with no band score less than 5; or equivalent.
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