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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

COURSES

Building and Civil Engineering N4 - N6

Electrical Engineering N4 - N6

Electronics Engineering N4 - N6

Mechanical Engineering N4 - N6

The Civil Engineer creates large-scale projects such as 

roads, bridges, railways and all kinds of heavy

construction. He/She is involved in planning,design,

construction and operation. For those who want to

be part of upgrading of living standards, a career in

Building and Civil Engineering will bring great rewards.

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•Accuracy

•A love for the outdoors

•Self-discipline

•Mathematical skills

•Technically minded

•Construction Foreman

•Construction Supervisor

•Plumber

•Contractor

•Building Inspector

•Assistant Surveyor

• For N4 = A Technical Grade 12 OR equivalent qualification

• For N5 = N4

• For N6 = N5

The duration of each level is THREE months.

Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed enabling the

successful learner to accumulate THREE national certificates

during the course of ONE year.

After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month

in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the

qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in

Building & Civil Engineering.

 

WHERE TO STUDY THIS COURSE

PERSONALITY TRAITS

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS

QUALIFICATIONS

 

BUILDING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING

N4 - N6

 

The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject.

Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and

practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external

examination is written.

ASSESSMENT

CURRICULUM

N4

N5

- Building Administration

- Building & Structure Construction

- Building & Structure Surveying

- Quantity Surveying#

- Mathematics #

- Building Administration

- Building & Structural Construction

- Building & Structural Surveying

- Quantity Surveying #

- Mathematics #

- Building Administration

- Building & Structural Construction

- Building & Structural Surveying

- Quantity Surveying #

- Mathematics #

N6

 

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

N4 - N6

The Electrical field of study consists of two main fields, namely

Electrical Heavy Current and Electrical Light Current (also known

as Electronics).

Electricians are involved in the generation, installation, distribution

and usage of electricity vai electrically-operated equipment, e.g.

Refrigerator, generators, stoves, heaters and industrial and

domestic installations.

# CHOICE SUBJECTS

 

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• Candidates need to have good eyesight and not be colour blind

• Good communication skills

• Natural aptitude for working with tools

• Electrician

• Electro-technician

• Refrigeration Technician

• Master Electrician

• Lift Technician

• Millwright

• Electrical Fitter

• Electrical Engineer

• Electrical Wireperson (Domestic installation)

• For N4 = A Grade 12 technical OR N3 qualification

• For N5 = N4

• For N6 = N5

The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a

TRIMESTER timetable is followed, with registration taking place

in January, April and August, enabling the successful student

to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of

one year.

The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject.

Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and

practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external

examination is written.

WHERE TO STUDY THIS COURSE

PERSONALITY TRAITS

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS

ASSESSMENT

 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

N4 - N6

 

N4

N5

N6

- Mathematics

- Industrial Electronics

- Electrotechnics

- Engineering Science #

- Fault Finding & Protective Devices #

- Mathematics

- Industrial Electronics

- Engineering Physics #

- Fault Finding & Protective Devices#

- Mathematics

- Industrial Electronics

- Electrotechincs

- Engineering Physics #

CURRICULUM N4 - N6

 

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

N4 - N6

Eletronic Engineering comprises career in research, design

production, installation, maintenance and repair.

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• Technically minded people

• People who can work with their hands

• Radio & TV Technician

• Technician: Photocopier & Fax machine

• Telecommunications Technician

• Instrumentation Technician

• Domestic Appliance Technician

• Cellphone Repairs

• Car Radio Installation

• TV & Aerial Installation

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WHERE TO STUDY THIS COURSE

PERSONALITY TRAITS

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

# CHOICE SUBJECTS

 

•For N4 = A grade 12 technical OR relevant N3 qualification

• For N5 = N4

• For N6 = N6

The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a

TRIMESTER timetable is followed,, with registration taking place

in January, April and August, enabling the successful student

to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of one

year.

After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month inservice

training period spent in an environment relevant to the

qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in

Electronics Engineering.

After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month

in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the

qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in

Electronics Engineering

The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject.

Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and

practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external

examination is written.

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

DURATION & REQUIREMENTS

DURATION & REGISTRATION

QUALIFICATIONS

ASSESSMENT

 

CURRICULUM N4 - N6

- Mathematics

- Industrial Electronics

- Digital Electronics

- Communication Electronics #

- Industrial Instruments #

- Mathematics

- Industrial Electronics

- Digital Electronics

- Communication Electronics #

- Industrial Instruments #

- Mathematics

- Industrial Electronics

- Digital Electronics

- Communication Electronics #

- Industrial Instruments #

N4

N5

N6

Mechanical Engineering deals with the design, manufacture and

maintenance of a wide range of industrial appliances.

This field of study is suitable for persons who are interested in

following a technical career path and have the ability to work with

their hands.

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

N4 - N6

PERSONALITY TRAITS

• Good hand-eye co-ordination

• Reasonable physical strength

• Mathematical ability

• Self-discipline

• Logical thinking and accuracy

• The ability to design and see relations three-dimensionally is

a recommendation

• A technically-minded person

WHERE TO STUDY THIS COURSE

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• Draughts person

• Fitter & Turner

• Toolmaker

• Millwright

• Machinist

• Instrument Technician

• Mechanical Technician

• AutoCAD Designer

• Refrigeration Technician

• For N4 = A Technical Grade 12 OR relevant N3 qualification

• For N5 = N4

• For N6 = N5

After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month inservice

training period spent in an environment relevant to the

qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in

Mechanical Engineering.

The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject.

Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and

practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external

examination is written.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS

ASSESSMENT

 

CURRICULUM N4 - N6

N4

N5

N6

- Mathematics

- Engineering Science

- Mechanical Draughting

- Mechanotechnics

- Supervisory Management (Part time)

- Mathematics #

- Mechanotechnics

- Strength of Materials #

- Power Machines #

- Fluid Mechanics #

- Mechanical Drawing &

- Supervisory Management (Part time)

Design (Part time)

- Mathematics #

- Mechanotechnics

- Strength of Materials #

- Power Machines #

- Fluid Mechanics #

- Mechanical Drawing &

- Supervisory Management (Part time)

Design (Part time)

 

 

You should not be late or absent for any of your classes.

An acceptable explanation must be given to your lecturer as soon

as possible as to why you were late or absent. If you arrive late,

you are expected to apologize and take your seat quietly

without disrupting the class. Action will be taken if:

›You are absent for unacceptable reasons for more than 20% of

any term;

›You are absent for more than three days at once;

›Your attendance shows a pattern of decline;

›Your absences show a pattern, e.g. Every Monday morning;

›You regularly arrive late without good reason.

If your attendance and/or punctuality provide cause for concern

you will have to follow one of the courses of action outlined below:

1. You and your Lecturer will have a discussion where you will

set goals and create an action plan to help you attend more

regularly and punctually;

2. Your Student Support Officer will make contact with you to

discuss what help you need to improve your attendance and

punctuality;

3. If you still fail to meet the required standards of attendance and

punctuality then the College may take disciplinary action.

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