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Professional Electracian & Technician Course In Mardan

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Professional Electracian & Technician Course In Mardan

Electrical Engineering Technicians work in the areas of installation, testing, operation, maintenance, and repair, as well as analyzing and troubleshooting a variety of electrical circuits, equipment and systems. In addition, graduates will be able to participate in quality control and quality assurance programs and apply communication, documentation, computer information technology, and teamwork skills to support the engineering activities of an organization. Technicians maintain power generation stations and transmission lines and work in areas such as protection, industrial telecommunications, electrical maintenance and installation, and control systems. Students receive extensive hands-on instruction in several state-of-the-art laboratories. They will learn how to select, design, install, maintain, program and troubleshoot modern industrial, electrical and electronic systems. Graduates will find they are highly employable and will have opportunities with electrical utilities, communications companies, manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment, consulting firms, and in governments and a wide range of manufacturing, processing and transportation industries. Graduates may find employment utilizing testing and troubleshooting skills in areas such as motor winding and repair, quality control, and as electrical construction/maintenance apprentices. As well, opportunities are available as utility power station technicians or service technicians troubleshooting electrical systems and performing engineering tests on heavy electrical equipment and controls.The Electrical Systems Technology curriculum is designed to provide training for persons interested in the installation and maintenance of electrical systems found in residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. The curriculum is based on the assumption that a student has no prior knowledge or experience in electricity or electronics. The Electrical Systems Technology faculty are licensed electricians, and bring a rich and diverse set of field experiences to the classroom, adding to the educational experience for students. Responsibilities of electronic technicians are mostly in maintenance and control of the installed equipment; however, there is a tendency to involve them in design, development and research. The electronic technician usually works as part of an engineering team that may include electrical engineers, engineering technicians and draftsmen. In a group concerned with engineering design, the electronic technician may determine the positions of electronic components on a panel or chassis, suggest design modifications to facilitate production, perform design calculations for engineers, prepare specifications for materials and components, estimate cost of design alternatives and help write user and technical manuals for electronic equipment users.

When working in research and development, the electronic technician may construct breadboard layouts of electronic devices, make experimental chassis and cabinets for prototype equipment, set up special environmental and performance tests for new products, design and construct test fixtures and apparatus, plot graphs of test results and write reports, inspect and calibrate test equipment.

Employers of the graduates of this program include a variety of companies such as Con Edison, IBM, ITT, Avaya, USPS, NYPD, MTA, JPMorgan Chase and Verizon.

To be admitted to the electrical engineering technology associate degree program, an entering student must meet the CUNY proficiency requirements in reading and mathematics.

Graduates of this program have the opportunity to continue their education toward a bachelor of technology degree in Telecommunications Engineering Technology at New York City College of Technology or in other bachelor’s programs.

The Electrical Technology Certificate of Achievement is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in an electrical technology related trade. The curriculum incorporates courses in skills application, trades math, print reading, and building codes. The Electrical Technology Certificate of Achievement stacks upon the Certificate of Specialization.

Student Learning Outcome:

Students will apply basic skills and knowledge required for employment in an electrical technology related trade.

Employ relevant industry health and safety standards, codes, policies and procedures in accordance with current legislation, regulations and organizational policy.

Develop designs and specifications for electrical distribution and utilization systems.

Design, select, deploy and maintain power electronics equipment and systems.

Analyze and solve complex technical problems by applying principles of advanced mathematics and science.

Design, specify, deploy and maintain rotating electrical machines and transformers.

Design, specify, test, deploy and maintain industrial data communications networks, equipment, media, and software.

Employ computer hardware and software to create, test, evaluate, and simulate electrical and mechanical systems.

Apply the principles and practices of project management.

Research, analyze, prepare, author, and communicate in written, verbal, nonverbal, and presentation formats, technical documentation appropriate for a variety of audiences.

Identify, develop, and demonstrate strategies for maintaining continuing competency and practice standards associated with global industry trends and practices.

Design, specify, deploy and maintain industrial control and automation systems.

Professional Electracian & Technician Course In Mardan


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