National Diploma: Electrical Engineering N1-N6


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 The NATED N1-N6 Electrical Engineering qualification covers levels N1-N6 and is designed to provide the theory of Electrical Engineering and a optional practical component. You can atain a National Certificate or Diploma once you have worked 24 months (2000 working hours) in your field of study. This qualification consist of one compusory part (N1-N6 theory) and two optional practical parts, beginners level (done between N1-N3) and advanced (done between N4-N6)

 

PART 1, N1-N6 Theory (Compulsory)


This part is compulsory. Students are required to complete all their N1-N6 theory subjects to atain their national certificate and diploma.

PART 2, Beginner Practicals (Optional Extra)


You can complete a BEGINNER level, 3 week program  of optional practical hours within your field of study. This is done just after either N1 or before N3 and will count towards your practical hours for your diploma.

PART 3, Advanced Practicals (Optional Extra)


You can complete a ADVANCED level, 3 week program  of optional practical hours within your field of study. This is done just after either N4 or before N6 and will count towards your practical hours for your diploma.

 

Why do your practicals? You cannot afford not to!

Only 2% of all private and public TVET colleges have the facilities and capabilities to offer a practical component with their engineering studies, BUT a staggering 90% of the students that receives practical are employed.

- Stats SA / / Employment figures released

Price:

Level N1-N3

  • Cost Per N-Level: R10 500.00 Inc Vat (Full Time & Part Time), R9 900.00 Inc Vat (Correspondence), Includes all manuals, courier cost, class access, portal access
  • Cost Per Subject: R2 700.00 Inc Vat (Full Time & Part Time), R2 600.00 Inc Vat (Correspondence), Includes all manuals, courier cost, class access, portal access
  • Cost for Optional Practical Module: R9 100.00 Inc Vat (Done between trimesters, 15 working days/3 weeks) READ MORE >

Level N4-N6

  • Cost Per N-Level: R11 100.00 Inc Vat (Full Time & Part Time), R10 400.00 Inc Vat (Correspondence), Includes all manuals, courier cost, class access, portal access
  • Cost Per Subject: R2 800.00 Inc Vat (Full Time & Part Time), R2 700.00 Inc Vat (Correspondence), Includes all manuals, courier cost, class access, portal access
  • Cost for Optional Practical Module: R9 100.00 Inc Vat (Done between trimesters, 15 working days/3 weeks) READ MORE >

We provide flexible and affordable payment options to ensure the course is always within your reach. To read more about our finance options, CLICK HERE

Duration:

Full Time: 1 Trimester (3 Months) Per N-Level (4 Subjects)
Part Time: 2 Trimesters (6 Months) Per N-Level (4 Subjects)
Correspondence: 
2 Trimesters (6 Months) Per N-Level (4 Subjects)
Optional Practical: Beginners (N1-N3) 3 weeks/15 days, Advanced (N4-N6), 3 weeks/15 days, done between trimesters.

Admission Requirements:

• N1 Entry Requirement: Grade 9 (Std 7) Certificate with a pass in Mathematics and Physical Science OR no formal qualification for everyone 23 years or older.
• N3 Entry Requirement: Grade 11 (Std 9) Certificate with a pass in Mathematics and Physical Science or N2.
• N4 Entry Requirement: Matric/Grade 12 (with full mathematics and science 40%+ Passrate), or N3 Pass (with mathematics and science)

  NOTE: Proceed to next level only when the previous level has been successfully completed i.e. N4 for N5, etc.

Qualifications:

National Certificate: The student will receive a national certificate form the Department of Education if all external department exams are passed. This certificate is not issued by us, but only by the department of education.

National Diploma: Work for 24 months (2 years) in the Mechanical field of engineering industry obtaining relevant experience in at least two of the subjects done in N6, then apply for a National Diploma at the campus where they have studied.

Learning Methods & Delivery:

Study methods generally vary from person to person. This is something we are aware of and as a result have created a learning experience that appeals to the different study habits of our students and those currently in a full time job. Although the course content is the same throughout, there are three different types of learning delivery methods used.

Full Time
Reach your full potential through our instructor led classes combined with interactive lessons, practical assignments and in field experience. Our full time offering consist of a full working day, 8 hours per day divided into multiple periods.


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Part Time
Designed for the working professional, our part time program covers the same amount of information as our full time offering. Combined with our Online Learning, at home exercises/assignments and in class lectures, this will have you ready for exams in no time.


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Correspondence
We have re-defined correspondence studies. Our Assisted Distance Learning ensures that the student never gets left alone to do only self-study by combining online Virtual Classrooms and at home exercises and assignments, all managed by our myAcademy Student Portal. 


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Possible Careers:

Depending on the necessary practical experience/ programme specific training, the following opportunities are available for Mechanical Engineering students:

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

Important Notes:

Your study fees will include:

  • Study Material
  • Courier Fee (We dont post material, we courier it to your doorstep)
  • Access to student portal
  • Access to the dedicated student support 
  • Access to virtual classroom sessions once a week (Correspondence students only)

It does not include:

  • National examination which is approximately R500-00 per subject
  • Practical modules. This is a optional extra.

Disclaimer

Kindly note that we reserve the right to cancel/postpone any Full Time or Part Time subjects should the minimum required student numbers not be met. This will be communicated before the commencement of studies and all effort will be made to find suitable alternatives in such a scenario.

It should further be noted that should we not have sufficient number of students per subject for our Correspondence course that we reserve the right to provide the students with pre-recorded class videos and not live classes.  Students will however be able to post questions on their student portal for assistance.  This will be communicated before the commencement of studies.

PART 1, N1-N6 Theory Subjects (Done On-Campus)
This part is compulsory. Students are required to complete all their N1-N6 theory subjects to atain their national certificate or diploma.
N1 Level N2 Level N3 Level

• Mathematics
• Engineering Science
• Electrical Trade Theory
• Industrial Electronics/Engineering Drawings

• Mathematics
• Engineering Science
• Electrical Trade Theory
• Industrial Electronics/Engineering Drawings
• Mathematics
• Engineering Science
• Electro-Technics
• Industrial Electronics/Engineering Drawings
N4 Level N5 Level N6 Level

• Electro-Technics
• Mathematics
• Engineering Science
• Industrial Electronics

• Electro-Technics
• Power Machines
• Industrial Electronics
• Strength of Materials and Structure
• Electro-Technics
• Power Machines
• Industrial Electronics
• Control Systems

 

PART 2, Beginner Practicals Electrical, 120 Hours (Optional Extra, Done On-Campus)
You can complete 3 weeks of optional practical hours within your field of study. This is done just after either N1 or before N3 and will count towards your practical hours required to write the trade test.

This program is aimed at providing the student with the basic elecricians ability and knowledge to be equipped for an apprenticeship and be able to fit into a contractor’s environment. It will cover the following modules:

  • Module 1: Hand Tools – uses and care: the basic and essential hand tools used within the Electrical trade will be covered.
  • Module 2: Safety and First aid – safe use of hand tools, safety around electrical circuits, practical experiments on magnetism and transformers and batteries
  • Module 3: Conductor materials – recognition of conductors, cables and wire ways.
  • Module 4: Construction – basic laying out, wiring, and chasing finishes, wiring if circuits, testing of currents.
  • Module 5: Introduction into electronics – practical identifying of items like pre-set resistors, capacitors, diodes, and colour codes.

 

PART 3, Advanced Practicals Electrical, 120 Hours (Optional Extra, Done OFF-Campus)
You can complete 3 weeks of optional ADVANCED practical hours within your field of study. This is done just after either N4 or before N6 and will count towards your practical hours required to write the trade test.

 

PLEASE NOTE: This course is aligned to qualification 63789 - National Certificate: Electrical Engineering    

  • US 9839 - Apply and maintain safety in an electrical environment, 
  • US 11954 - Design and construct a single phase circuit, 
  • US 10252 - Identify, inspect, use, maintain and care for engineering hand tools,
  • US 113877 - Understand fundamentals of electricity,
  • US 10254 - Maintain electrical distribution boards, panels and enclosures

 

The Workshops


We maintain fully equiped practical workshops at our campus for N1-N3 and a advanced practical facility in Kempton park, JHB. View the gallery below taken from site.

Campus
Type
Start Date
Registration Close Date

Distance Learning
Correspondence
23 January 2017
13 January 2017

Distance Learning
Correspondence
15 May 2017
05 May 2017

Campus
Type
Start Date
Registration Close Date

Midrand, Johannesburg
Full Time
23 January 2017
18 January 2017

Midrand, Johannesburg
Part Time
23 January 2017
18 January 2017

Midrand, Johannesburg
Part Time
15 May 2017
12 May 2017

Midrand, Johannesburg
Full Time
15 May 2017
12 May 2017








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