Electrical Infrastructure Construction – Buffalo City TVET College NCV Programme

Electrical Infrastructure Construction – Buffalo City TVET College NCV Programme

ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

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National Certificate

 Overview

The National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction is an Electrical Infrastructure Construction Qualification at each of level 2, 3 and 4 of the NQF. This qualification is designed to provide both the theory and practice of the electrical infrastructure construction.

The practical component of study may be offered in a real workplace environment or in a simulated workplace environment. It will provide students with an opportunity to experience work situations during the period of study.

 Minimum Entry Requirements

For entry into the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction at NQF Level 2, you required:

  • A year and school report from Grade 9, 10, 11 or 12, or
  • An NQF Level 1 qualification, or
  • An approved bridging programme designed for the specific purpose to access to access NQF Level 2, or
  • A Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment to meet the requirements for access to NQF Level 2

 Qualification Duration

The National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction qualification is full year programme at each of the NQF levels of study. A student is issued with a certificate on the successful completion of each level of study, that is, Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4.

Subjects That Makes Up A National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction

In order to obtain a National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction, a student is required to study a total of 7 subjects. These include 3 fundamentals subjects and 4 vocational subjects, of which 3 are compulsory and 1 is optional.

 Fundamental subjects

The 3 fundamental subjects are:

  • Language – which must be the language of teaching and learning
  • Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
  • Life Orientation

 Vocational subjects

The vocational subjects in the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction are:

  • Electrical Principles and Practice
  • Electronic Control and Digital Electronics
  • Workshop Practice
  • Electrical Systems and Construction

These subjects are offered at each of the difference NQF levels of study in the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction qualification.

 Vocational Activities

The holder of the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction will be able to:

  • Work at a power station
  • Work as an electrician at an energy producing company or power plant
  • Work as an electrical technician at as Telecommunications Company
  • Work at a recoding studio as an electrical engineer
  • Work at a theatre as a technician

 Career Opportunities

The National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction provides an opportunity to access careers in any of the sectors listed below:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Sound Technology
  • Theatre Technology
  • Process Level Control
  • Digital Electronics
  • Instrumentation

ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

National Certificate

 Overview

The National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction is an Electrical Infrastructure Construction Qualification at each of level 2, 3 and 4 of the NQF. This qualification is designed to provide both the theory and practice of the electrical infrastructure construction.

The practical component of study may be offered in a real workplace environment or in a simulated workplace environment. It will provide students with an opportunity to experience work situations during the period of study.

 Minimum Entry Requirements

For entry into the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction at NQF Level 2, you required:

  • A year and school report from Grade 9, 10, 11 or 12, or
  • An NQF Level 1 qualification, or
  • An approved bridging programme designed for the specific purpose to access to access NQF Level 2, or
  • A Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment to meet the requirements for access to NQF Level 2

 Qualification Duration

The National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction qualification is full year programme at each of the NQF levels of study. A student is issued with a certificate on the successful completion of each level of study, that is, Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4.

Subjects That Makes Up A National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction

In order to obtain a National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction, a student is required to study a total of 7 subjects. These include 3 fundamentals subjects and 4 vocational subjects, of which 3 are compulsory and 1 is optional.

 Fundamental subjects

The 3 fundamental subjects are:

  • Language – which must be the language of teaching and learning
  • Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
  • Life Orientation

 Vocational subjects

The vocational subjects in the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction are:

  • Electrical Principles and Practice
  • Electronic Control and Digital Electronics
  • Workshop Practice
  • Electrical Systems and Construction

These subjects are offered at each of the difference NQF levels of study in the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction qualification.

Vocational Activities

The holder of the National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction will be able to:

  • Work at a power station
  • Work as an electrician at an energy producing company or power plant
  • Work as an electrical technician at as Telecommunications Company
  • Work at a recoding studio as an electrical engineer
  • Work at a theatre as a technician

Career Opportunities

The National Certificate Electrical Infrastructure Construction provides an opportunity to access careers in any of the sectors listed below:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Sound Technology
  • Theatre Technology
  • Process Level Control
  • Digital Electronics
  • Instrumentation

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

Overview

National Certificate

The National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction is a Civil Engineering qualification at each of Level s 2, 3 and 4 of the NQF. This qualification is designed to provide both the theory and practice of Civil Engineering and Building Construction.

The practical component of study may be offered in a real workplace environment. It will provide students with an opportunity to experience work situations during the period of study.

 Minimum Entry Requirements

For entry into the National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction at NQF Level 2, you required:

  • A year and school report from Grade 9, 10, 11 or 12, or
  • An NQF Level 1 qualification, or
  • An approved bridging programme designed for the specific purpose to access to access NQF Level 2, or
  • A Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment to meet the requirements for access to NQF Level 2

 Qualification Duration

The National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction qualification is full year programme at each of the NQF levels of study. A student is issued with a certificate on the successful completion of each level of study, that is, Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4.

Subjects That Makes Up A National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction

In order to obtain a National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction, a student is required to study a total of 7 subjects. These include 3 fundamentals subjects and 4 vocational subjects, of which 3 are compulsory and 1 is optional.

 Fundamental subjects

The 3 fundamental subjects are:

  • Language – which must be the language of teaching and learning
  • Mathematics
  • Life Orientation

 Vocational subjects

The vocational subjects in Civil Engineering and Building Construction are:

  • Construction Planning
  • Plant and Equipment
  • Materials or
  • Carpentry and roof work or
  •  Masonry

These subjects are offered each of the different NQF levels of study in the National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction qualification.

 Vocational Activities

The holder of the National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction will be able to:

  • Participate in the construction of roads, bridges, dams, railways, houses, etc.
  • Take part in designing and construction of tunnels, roads, factories, reservoirs, etc.
  • Participate in the erection of reinforced concrete, structure steel, timber and masonry structure etc.

 Career Opportunities

The National Certificate Civil Engineering and Building Construction qualification provides an opportunity to access careers in any one of the sectors listed below.

  • Architectural Technology
  • Drainage Inspection
  • Industrial Designing
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Town Regional Planning
  • Sanitation Engineering
  • Road Construction Engineering
  • Civil Construction Engineering
  • Building Construction
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