MOFA Attested Electrician Technician Diploma for Bahrain
MOFA Attested Electrician Technician Diploma for Bahrain O3165643400, O3119903317, MOFA Attested Mechanical Diploma for Qatar O3165643400, O03119903317
Electricians not only light homes and power industry, but also harness energy, and even charge your car. Our ever-increasing reliance on electricity is driving the need for skilled electrical workers, and now more than ever there are opportunities in this exciting field. This program prepares you to enter an electrical apprenticeship in construction (309A) or industrial (442A) sectors, or to work in other electrical-related fields, in manufacturing, supply chain, fire alarm or renewable energy. If you enjoy creative problem solving, working with your hands and exploring innovative technology, this is the program for you. This Ontario College diploma program offers completion in two-years, or in two-and-a-half years, when following the optional co-op stream. You will learn electrical theory, code regulations and blueprint reading throughout the program. Your extensive shop time will include a progression through residential, commercial and industrial wiring methods. In addition, you will develop an understanding of control strategies and technology in motors, programmable logic controllers (PLC) and automation shops. Conestoga has one of the largest electrical training facilities in the province. Use of these dedicated electrical shops, combined with small class sizes, ensures you develop hands-on skills. A significant portion of your class time will be hands-on. You will develop troubleshooting and tool skills as you complete shop projects. The co-op option will further enhance your employability. The optional co-op stream includes three co-op work terms (two are back-to-back). Your electrical technician training coursework integrates professional skills development so you’ll have the soft skills employers look for. Gain proficiency in communication, interpersonal skills, self-management, emotional intelligence, and career-building competencies. You’ll also prepare to become a NCCER-credentialed craft professional. This credential is considered the industry standard for verifying performance and knowledge of electrical skills and concepts.
This course provides a basic understanding of how electrical energy is used to produce useful work, how it is measured and tested, and the calculations required for analyzing electrical circuits. Topics of study include direct-current (DC) and alternating-current (AC) systems, transformer operation, basic electronic components and semiconductors.
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