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ELECTRICAL

AWARD SYSTEM
To qualify, a student has to score as follows;
1. CERTIFICATE.

AWARD CREDITS OBTAINED
DISTINCTION 220 – 300
CREDIT 150 – 219
PASS 90 - 149
FAIL Below 90
    

2. DIPLOMA.

AWARD CREDITS OBTAINED
FIRST CLASS 450 - 600
SECOND CLASS - UPPER 300 - 449
SECOND CLASS – LOWER 250 -299
THIRD CLASS / PASS 200- 249
FAIL Below 200
     Note:     
    
  • Vocational Certificates are non- credit and non- merit and are awarded to students who have gone through the whole course of teaching and have a 50% attendance of the prescribed lectures but fail to attain the minimum number of credits.
  • They are also awarded to students who have completed three units of study but had no minimum entry level (s.4)  

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION UNIT ONE

 COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES MODULE/ PAPER CLASS ROOM ASSIGNMENTS HOME TAKE ASSESMENT UNIT EXAMS TOTAL CREDITS
 PER MODULE
  
At the end of this unit, a student is expected to have studied the prescribed modules in this unit and to have done completed all the prescribed assignments and unit exams.
  • The objectives of this study unit are;
  • to introduce the student to the history electrical installation
  • to equip a student with electrical installation concepts and  techniques
  • to enable the learner understand and take responsibility for their own learning , career  development and rights and responsibilities within the arena of electrical installation
  • to help the student learn how to manage client and staff relations with in the industry
  • to enable the student understand the political, social and economic environment within which electrical installation related businesses operate
  • The expected outcomes of this course unit are;
  • The student should be able to define key words and explain key concepts in the prescribed modules
  •  The student will be able to understand key factors of  electrical installation and workshop practice
  • The student will acquire skills that will enable him do simple and complicated auto repair assignments
  • The student will be able to perform key management and  administrative functions that can enable him contribute to the running of  auto repair outfits as proper businesses with the potential to expand and outlive their founders.
501 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
511 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
  521 10.00 10.00
20.00  40.00
TOTAL 26
26
48
100.00
 References

 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION UNIT TWO

COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES MODULE/ PAPER CLASS ROOM ASSIGNMENTS  HOME TAKE ASSESMENT  UNIT EXAMS TOTAL CREDITS
 PER MODULE
 
At the end of this unit, a student is expected to have studied the prescribed modules in this unit and to have done completed all the prescribed assignments and unit exams.
  • The objectives of this study unit are;
  • to introduce the student to the history electrical installation
  • to equip a student with electrical installation concepts and  techniques
  • to enable the learner understand and take responsibility for their own learning , career  development and rights and responsibilities within the arena of electrical installation
  • to help the student learn how to manage client and staff relations with in the industry
  • to enable the student understand the political, social and economic environment within which electrical installation related businesses operate
  • The expected outcomes of this course unit are;
  • The student should be able to define key words and explain key concepts in the prescribed modules
  •  The student will be able to understand key factors of  electrical installation and workshop practice
  • The student will acquire skills that will enable him do simple and complicated auto repair assignments
  • The student will be able to perform key management and  administrative functions that can enable him contribute to the running of  auto repair outfits as proper businesses with the potential to expand and outlive their founders.
         
502 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
512 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
 
522
10.00 10.00
20.00  40.00
     
   
     
   
TOTAL 26
CREDITS
26
CREDITS
48
CREDITS
100.00
 References

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION UNIT THREE

 COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES MODULE/ PAPER CLASS ROOM ASSIGNMENTS HOME TAKE ASSESMENT UNIT EXAMS TOTAL CREDITS
 PER MODULE
  At the end of this unit, a student is expected to have studied the prescribed modules in this unit and to have done completed all the prescribed assignments and unit exams.
  • The objectives of this study unit are;
  • to introduce the student to the history electrical installation
  • to equip a student with electrical installation concepts and  techniques
  • to enable the learner understand and take responsibility for their own learning , career  development and rights and responsibilities within the arena of electrical installation
  • to help the student learn how to manage client and staff relations with in the industry
  • to enable the student understand the political, social and economic environment within which electrical installation related businesses operate
  • The expected outcomes of this course unit are;
  • The student should be able to define key words and explain key concepts in the prescribed modules
  •  The student will be able to understand key factors of  electrical installation and workshop practice
  • The student will acquire skills that will enable him do simple and complicated auto repair assignments
  • The student will be able to perform key management and  administrative functions that can enable him contribute to the running of  auto repair outfits as proper businesses with the potential to expand and outlive their founders.
         
503 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
513 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
 
523
10.00 10.00
20.00  40.00
     
   
     
   
TOTAL 26
CREDITS
26
CREDITS
48
CREDITS
100.00
 References

 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION  UNIT FOUR

 COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES MODULE/ PAPER CLASS ROOM ASSIGNMENTS HOME TAKE ASSESMENT UNIT EXAMS TOTAL CREDITS
 PER MODULE
  At the end of this unit, a student is expected to have studied the prescribed modules in this unit and to have done completed all the prescribed assignments and unit exams.
  • The objectives of this study unit are;
  • to introduce the student to the history electrical installation
  • to equip a student with electrical installation concepts and  techniques
  • to enable the learner understand and take responsibility for their own learning , career  development and rights and responsibilities within the arena of electrical installation
  • to help the student learn how to manage client and staff relations with in the industry
  • to enable the student understand the political, social and economic environment within which electrical installation related businesses operate
  • The expected outcomes of this course unit are;
  • The student should be able to define key words and explain key concepts in the prescribed modules
  •  The student will be able to understand key factors of  electrical installation and workshop practice
  • The student will acquire skills that will enable him do simple and complicated auto repair assignments
  • The student will be able to perform key management and  administrative functions that can enable him contribute to the running of  auto repair outfits as proper businesses with the potential to expand and outlive their founders.
         
504 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
514 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
 
524
10.00 10.00
20.00  40.00
     
   
     
   
TOTAL 26
CREDITS
26
CREDITS
48
CREDITS
100.00
 References

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION  UNIT FIVE

 COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES MODULE/ PAPER CLASS ROOM ASSIGNMENTS HOME TAKE ASSESMENT UNIT EXAMS TOTAL CREDITS
 PER MODULE
At the end of this unit, a student is expected to have studied the prescribed modules in this unit and to have done completed all the prescribed assignments and unit exams.
  • The objectives of this study unit are;
  • to introduce the student to the history electrical installation
  • to equip a student with electrical installation concepts and  techniques
  • to enable the learner understand and take responsibility for their own learning , career  development and rights and responsibilities within the arena of electrical installation
  • to help the student learn how to manage client and staff relations with in the industry
  • to enable the student understand the political, social and economic environment within which electrical installation related businesses operate
  • The expected outcomes of this course unit are;
  • The student should be able to define key words and explain key concepts in the prescribed modules
  •  The student will be able to understand key factors of  electrical installation and workshop practice
  • The student will acquire skills that will enable him do simple and complicated auto repair assignments
  • The student will be able to perform key management and  administrative functions that can enable him contribute to the running of  auto repair outfits as proper businesses with the potential to expand and outlive their founders.
         
505 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
515 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
 
525
10.00 10.00
20.00  40.00
     
   
     
   
TOTAL 26
CREDITS
26
CREDITS
48
CREDITS
100.00
 References

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION  UNIT SIX

 COURSE OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES MODULE/ PAPER CLASS ROOM ASSIGNMENTS HOME TAKE ASSESMENT  UNIT EXAMS TOTAL CREDITS
 PER MODULE
  At the end of this unit, a student is expected to have studied the prescribed modules in this unit and to have done completed all the prescribed assignments and unit exams.
  • The objectives of this study unit are;
  • to introduce the student to the history electrical installation
  • to equip a student with electrical installation concepts and  techniques
  • to enable the learner understand and take responsibility for their own learning , career  development and rights and responsibilities within the arena of electrical installation
  • to help the student learn how to manage client and staff relations with in the industry
  • to enable the student understand the political, social and economic environment within which electrical installation related businesses operate
  • The expected outcomes of this course unit are;
  • The student should be able to define key words and explain key concepts in the prescribed modules
  •  The student will be able to understand key factors of  electrical installation and workshop practice
  • The student will acquire skills that will enable him do simple and complicated auto repair assignments
  • The student will be able to perform key management and  administrative functions that can enable him contribute to the running of  auto repair outfits as proper businesses with the potential to expand and outlive their founders.
         
506 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
516 8.00 8.00
14.00  30.00
 
526
10.00 10.00
20.00  40.00
     
   
     
   
TOTAL 26
CREDITS
26
CREDITS
48
CREDITS
100.00
 References
EVENTS GALORE
  • 30th November 2017
    LAST DAY OF REGISTRATION FOR GRADUATION.
  • 09th December 2017
    GRADUATION DAY STARTING AT 8.00 AM
  • 03rd July 2017
    START OF SESSION B2 - 2017
  • 15th Sept 2017
    START OF SESSION A3 -2017
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