Engineers Practical Asessment and Training
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.
Please allow 2-4 weeks for pre-course study using the materials provided. These will cover:
- Men systems and Earthing Circuit Protection and Cable selection.
- Cables and Wire ways
- Motors and Motor Starters
- Testing to ensure safety
Completion of the pre-course study is mandatory, otherwise it will be very difficult to complete the block course requirements. Failure to complete the pre-course study will not, of itself, be a good enough reason to request transfer to a later block course. For overseas qualified candidates, additional study may also be required, based on an evaluation of candidate need. This may incur an additional cost.
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 + 2-week practical block course (Monday to Friday 8.30am-4.30pm)
$2,500 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.
This course does not include an examination.
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