INTRODUCTION

Electrical Installation Systems and Maintenance course is aimed at producing Electricians who are relevant to the industry and world of work. It is trainee-centered and practical-based. It emphasizes acquisition of skills by the trainees, through practical learning, projects and Innovation as well as industrial training after completion of each year.

Instructor demonstrates how the Solar Power Machine work to the Visitors in the Electrical Laboratory
Instructor demonstrates how the Solar Power Machine work to the Visitors in the Electrical Laboratory
PLC Control Computer Room
PLC Control Computer Room
    The course produces professionals who are capable of the following:

  • Programming and troubleshooting industrial automation systems and carrying out electrical installation.
  • Designing, drawing and interpreting electrical circuits and drawings.
  • Repairing and maintaining electrical and electronic appliances/equipment.
  • Erecting, installing and maintaining transmission and distribution power lines.
  • Installing and maintaining a solar PV system.
  • Initiating and managing small business enterprises.
    To achieve the above competences, NTVTI emphasizes the following aspects of learning:

  • Competence-Based Training Approach.
  • Real Life Practical Assignments with supporting modules.
  • Integrated Education (knowledge, skills, and positive attitude)
  • Innovation and Initiative (learning to solve problems that one has never encountered).
  • Upward Mobility and Concentric Curriculum.
  • Entrepreneurship and Creativity orientation.
  • Environment, Health and Safety considerations.
  • Sports, Clubs and Social interactions
  • Communication skills and HIV and AIDS education

Career prospects
A graduate of NCES may be employed in the following Organizations:

  • Manufacturing / production, processing and service industries both in the private and public sector.
  • Power generation, transmission and construction projects.
  • Construction companies, public works department and rural development agencies
  • Oil and gas industries.
  • Self-employment in installation and maintenance.

Future Academic progression

    NCES graduates may opt to further their skills and education by offering a diploma and eventually a degree in any of the following Engineering fields:

  • Diploma in Electrical Engineering.
  • Diploma in Telecommunication Engineering.
  • Diploma in Electronics.
  • Diploma in Software Engineering.
  • Diploma in Computer Engineering.
  • Diploma in Information and Communication Engineering.
  • Diploma in Any Other Related Course/ Program.

 

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