An electrical technician installs, operates, tests and repairs electrical equipment and electronic controls. Working in Qatar’s Energy and Industry sector (E & I), an electrical technician carries out routine maintenance checks, ensuring that the testing and calibration of equipment are conducted according to standard operating procedures and manufacturer guidelines. Electrical technicians generally work in the maintenance departments of factories, plants, refineries and other industrial establishments.
The Technician Certificate (Electrical)program prepares graduates for entry into a career as technicians in the electrical field within Qatar’s E & I sector. The program is competency-based, with two workplace learning components carried out within the students’ sponsoring company: a 4-week workplace orientation in the first half of the program, and a 24-week worksite practicum at the end.
This program is designed to be delivered using a block training
schedule of 12-week semesters.
Note: Students in the Technician Certificate (Electrical) program
will receive extensive preparatory Foundation Mathematics and
English training upon entry to the program subject to their results
on applicable Math and English Placement Tests.