III. ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE

Description

This programme has been designed in conjunction with the Cayman Islands Contractors Association to create a young technician entry-level workforce that has the opportunity to make progression to licensed status and beyond, through work experience and con- tinued study. Safety and adherence to the recognised Codes of Practice are keys throughout. The course is suitable for persons with no previous knowledge or experi- ence of technologies concerned. Students will acquire a range of technical, practical, personal and organisational skills that are of value within and beyond the workplace. Graduates are eligible to enter the Associate Degree in Engineering Technology programme at UCCI.

Programme Requirements

tERM

COURSE NAME

CREDIT HOURS

wEEKS

Fall

ENG 098

Foundation English

3

14

MAT 098

Foundation Mathematics

3

14

PPD 001

Professional, Personal & Workplace

Development

 

1.5

 

14

ELE 001

Electrical Installations 1/Lab

6

14

ELE 002

Electronics 1/Lab

4.5

14

ELE 003

Electrical Fundamentals 1

3

14

CON 005

Occupational Health and Safety

1.5

7

COM 003

Computer Literacy

1.5

14

Spring

ENG 099

Preparatory English

3

14

MAT 099

Preparatory Mathematics

3

14

ELE 004

Electrical Installations 2/Lab

4.5

14

ELE 005

Electronics 2/Lab

3

14

ELE 006

Electrical Fundamentals 2

3

14

WKE 002

Work Experience 1

8

8

Summer

ELE 007

Electrical Installations 3/Lab

4.5

7

ELE 008

Electronics 3/Lab

3

7

ELE 009

Electrical Fundamentals 3

3

7

WKE 003

Work Experience 2

16

7