Inverness Campus, Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
Are you employed in electrical engineering or electrical installation? Are you looking for an opportunity to expand your knowledge and understanding? Whether you've just completed your apprenticeship or you already have a number of years’ experience under your toolbelt, this programme may have something to offer you. Offered to employees at the request of employers, you may already have strong support to pursue these studies.
Modules may include:
Communication practical skills; Engineering mathematics 1; Electricity power systems; DC and AC principles; Three phase systems; Electrical safety; Electrical machine principles; Application of electrical and electronic instruments; Electrical engineering; Graded unit 1 (examination); Quality management: an introduction; Electrical installation design (computer-aided): an introduction.
Higher Maths, Physics or a technological subject plus 3 subjects at National 5 including English, Maths, Physics or a scientific or technological subject. Or relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 6.
Relevant courses at higher level.
Part time (day)
Energy, Engineering and Construction