Diploma in Electromechanical & Automation Engineering
It provides outstanding hands on laboratory practicals as applied in the Electromechanical and Automation Industries. Thus, preparing the graduates for leading a team and collaborating effectively with specialists or engineers.
Electromechanical & Automation Engineering Technicians who go into the workforce are qualified to design, install, maintain, operate, supervise, and service complex industrial systems. Electromechanical & Automation technicians are well suited to find employment in many sectors of industry and commerce areas as: • Industrial Automation • Systems integration • Technical Sales • Design/CAD • Quality Control • Process control • Environmental control • Maintenance management • Mechanical engineering & others
2 GCE ‘A’ Level passes or equivalent in Mathematics including Physics and with one of the following subjects or equivalent: Physics with Chemistry, Design & Technology, Physical science, Engineering science or equivalent. Prior learning assessment and Recognition for Part-time students only: GCE O Level certificate or equivalent with passing grades A-E and with at least 3 years working experience related to the Electromechanical & Automation field may be considered.