Electrician Practical Assessment and Training for Engineers
This course is designed to assist holders of a recognised Electrical Engineering Degree to gain registration with the EWRB as a Registered Electrical Engineer under option two, as defined by the ‘Rules of the Board’. The course includes both theoretical and practical training in addition to the EWRB Stage 1, 2 & 3 Practical Assessments.
- Men systems and Earthing Circuit Protection and Cable selection.
- Cables and Wire ways
- Motors and Motor Starters
- Testing to ensure safety
Outcome of Course
Assist holders of a recognised Electrical Engineering Degree to obtain registration with the EWRB as a Registered Electrical Engineer under option two, as defined by the ‘Rules of the Board’.
Applicants must hold a New Zealand issued Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, or an equivalent overseas degree recognised under the Washington Accord. Validation of the degree may be required by E-tec prior to acceptance into this course.
The course assumes you already have some basic skills in electrical wiring, termination, and installation practices.
40 hours approx. of self-study followed by
2-week practical block course – Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm
$2,575 GST Incl.
Course cost is all inclusive of the EWRB practical fee.
*Note prices are inclusive of GST and are subject to change without notice.
These courses run on-demand on a regular basis. If no course dates are showing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 573-1964 for available dates
This course does not include an examination.
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