Electrical and Electronic Technology Power Certificate at Wote Technical Training Institute.

Wote Technical Training Institute
2 years

This Electrical and Electronic Technology (Power) course offered at Wote Technical Training Institute is a 2 years Certificate program accredited by KNEC.

Electrical and Electronic Technology (Power)

This Electrical and Electronic Technology (Power) certificate programme equips graduates with both practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of electrical and electronics engineering.

It is a two semester structured programme undertaken within an academic year and seeks to equip students with hands on skills and knowledge in the field of electrical engineering.

Electrical and Electronic Technology (Power) certificate programme is designed to provide trainees with skills, knowledge and attitudes for the installation, operation, service and maintenance of electrical of electrical installation systems and basic electronic equipment.

Career path for Electrical and Electronic Technology (Power) graduates

A qualification in Electrical and Electronic Engineering will give you a career specific and practical fascinating insight into how electrical devices and technology works.

With a qualification in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, you will have many career options. What you choose depends on what most interests you.

You could consider working in built and construction, mining, system analytics maintenance, aerospace, telecommunications, robotics, broadcasting, computer engineering, nuclear engineering, etc.

Whichever industry you choose to work in, you can earn a good salary as an electrical or electronic engineer.

The future of the world of work is increasingly becoming exciting for engineering professionals as the 21st Century is increasingly dependent on IT and Engineering specialist to lead the automated industry.

Specific job roles

  • Lab technicians
  • Hardware engineer
  • Web developer
  • Network architect
  • Aerospace engineer
  • Architectural and engineering manager
  • Biomedical engineer
  • Computer hardware engineer
  • Electrical and electronics engineering technician
  • Electrical and electronics installers repairer
  • Electrician
  • Electro-mechanical technician
  • Network and computer system administrator
  • Sales engineer
A college degree is not a sign that one is a finished product but an indication a person is prepared for life.
Edward A Malloy