Electrical and Electronics System Technician

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2 years/120 ECTS, Diploma

The program’s language of instruction is Greek

Program’s purpose and objectives:

The general purpose of the Electrical and Electronics System Technician (2 years of study) is to train, technically and academically, students for the needs of current and future engineering careers, in line with the ongoing and rapid development of technology and its implementation in vital needs of society. Students are taught basic principles of electrical and electronic systems, their applications and control. The programme provides students the necessary scientific, technical and professional knowledge and skills for entry to competitive technical professions, so that they can perform adequately their duties and assume the responsibilities of the Electrical and Electronics System Technician. Specifically, graduates of the program should be able to:

  • Obtain an electrical contractor license for electrical installations and maintenance of electrical appliances.
  • To create their own business in the field of electrical and electronic installations.
  • To work as electricians in the building construction stages, as technicians and maintenance staff at hotels, commercial and industrial units, as technicians in semi-governmental organizations or in automation systems.
  • To be employed in the renewable energy installation industry, telecommunication systems companies or in technical services in the public sector.

Intended learning outcomes:

The Electrical and Electronics System Technician course (2 years of study) provides the students with opportunities to:

  1. Integrate and adapt to the field of electrical and electronic systems and their applications.  
  2. Identify and apply the legislation, governing safety and occupational health.
  3. Acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge in electrical engineering required for the duty performance of the Electrical and Electronics System Technician.
  4. Study and interpret electronic and electrical designs.
  5. Acquire knowledge for installation, inspection and maintenance of electrical systems based on existing regulations and standards.     
  6. Acquire knowledge for installation, inspection and maintenance of renewable energy systems.
  7. Implement practices of inspection, repair, maintenance and optimization of electrical and electronic systems.
  8. Design and build electronic circuits by utilising specialized software, printing engraving machinery, assembly techniques and inspection.       
  9. Acquire skills in the digitization and automation of systems with the use of  Programmable Logic Controllers and microcontrollers.
  10. Apply knowledge and skills for installation of structured cabling and telecommunication systems on premises.

COMPULSORY COURSES
FREE ELECTIVES
SPECIALIZATION ELECTIVE COURSES
UNDERGRADUATE / POSTGRADUATE ASSIGNMENT
PRACTICAL TRAINING
TOTAL

89 ECTS
10 ECTS
15 ECTS
-
6 ECTS
120 ECTS


COMPULSORY COURSES

CODE

COURSE DESCRIPTION

HOURS

ECTS

ΕΕ101

Mathematics

3

5

ΕΕ102

Electrical Circuits

3+2*

6

ΕΕ103

Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation

2+3*

5

ΕΕ104

English Terminology

2

3

ΕΕ105

Digital Electronics

3+2*

6

ΕΕ112

Electrical and Electronic Design

3*

5

ΕΕ113

Electronics Troubleshooting and Repair

3+2*

5

ΕΕ114

Health and Safety

3

4

ΕΕ115

Electrical Installations

3+1*

5

ΕΕ116

Industrial Placement

6 weeks

6

ΕΕ201

Automations and Programmable Logic Controllers

3+2*

6

ΕΕ202

Communications

3+2*

6

ΕΕ203

Inspection and testing of Electrical Installations

3+2*

6

ΕΕ204

Photovoltaic Systems

3+2*

6

ΕΕ205

Application of Electrical Machines

3+2*

6

ΕΕ211

Wind Power Systems

2+2*

5

ΕΕ212

Microcontroller Programming and Applications

2+2*

5

ΕΕ213

Saving of Electrical Energy

3

5

 

Total

 

95

* Note : The " Periods per week" for teaching  theory do NOT carry * , while those available for teaching laboratories carry *. For example : 2 + 3 * means: two periods for teaching theory and 3 periods for the laboratory teaching.


SPECIALIZATION ELECTIVE COURSES
(STUDENTS WILL CHOOSE THREE OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES)

CODE

COURSE DESCRIPTION

HOURS ECTS

ΕΕ221

Electrical Installations for Special Locations

3

5

ΕΕ222

Sensor and Actuator Technology

3

5

ΕΕ223

Computer Network Installation-Structured Cabling

3

5

ΕΕ224

Preparation for Electrical Installer/Technician Certification Exams

3

5

ΕΕ225

Cellular telephony

3

5

ΕΕ226

Optical Fibre Networks

3

5

ΕΕ227

Design and Study of Electrical Installations

3

5


FREE ELECTIVE COURSES

(Two courses - 10 ECTS)
Students on their 1st and 2nd semester have the right to choose two 3-period courses of 5 ECTS each from other programs offered at Frederick Institute of Technology at that semester.

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