A certified electrical engineer in heavy current is responsible for the design and planning of various energy sources that feed into electricity grids, which in turn is used for a range of diverse applications where electricity is required.
If you’re an experienced engineer, you can specialize in a particular field or work in a variety of businesses. A heavy current technician’s job entails investigating various energy sources, fixing problems, and managing a team of heavy current technicians. In light of South Africa’s energy problem and the fact that coal is a non-renewable source of energy, electrical engineers are needed to come up with alternative ways to generate electricity.
The qualification is divided into parts in such a way that when taken in conjunction with related N part courses (e.g. N4+N5+N6), learners can receive the National N Diploma after completing the required practical work component of either 18 months or two years, depending on the individual occupational sector.
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