Electrical Engineering Craft 2

Electrical Engineering Craft 2 (EEC2) is offered as a CRAFT II course examined by KNEC. A certificate of completion is issued upon completion of this course. For more information about this course, use the tabs below to navigate.

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Entry Requirements

A PASS in Craft Module 1

Duration: 12 Months

Delivery Method: Both Online & Physical

Fee Structure

Course Fee Breakdown

Trimester 1

Registration FeeKES 1,000.00
Course ManualKES 1,000.00
Student IDKES 300.00
Polo T-ShirtKES 1,000.00
Maintenance FeeKES 1,000.00
Student InsuranceKES 500.00
Activity FeeKES 1,000.00
Tuition FeeKES 16,000.00
E-Learning FeeKES 1,000.00
Material FeeKES 4,000.00
Examination and Certification FeeKES 500.00
Total: KES 27,300.00

Trimester 2

Registration Fee-
Course Manual-
Student ID-
Polo T-Shirt-
Maintenance Fee-
Student Insurance-
Activity FeeKES 1,000.00
Tuition FeeKES 16,000.00
E-Learning FeeKES 1,000.00
Material FeeKES 4,000.00
Examination and Certification Fee-
Total: KES 22,000.00

Trimester 3

Registration Fee-
Course Manual-
Student ID-
Polo T-Shirt-
Maintenance Fee-
Student Insurance-
Activity FeeKES 1,000.00
Tuition FeeKES 16,000.00
E-Learning FeeKES 1,000.00
Material FeeKES 4,000.00
Examination and Certification Fee-
Total: KES 22,000.00

Exam Fee Breakdown

Trimester 1Trimester 2Trimester 3
KNECKES 14,100.00
Total: KES 14,100.00
KNEC-
Total: KES 0.00
KNEC-
Total: KES 0.00

Other Mandatory Course Requirements

The following are mandatory requirements needed upon admission:

  • Photocopy of KCSE result slip or certificate or Equivalent
  • Photocopy of National ID Card
  • Photocopy of Birth certificate
  • 6 A4 sized books
  • A minimum 3 ballpoint pens
  • A smart phone is greatly necessary

Course Units/Overview

Below is a breakdown of all the units taught under this course


Trimester 1
1601201_1Communication Skills
1601201_2Workshop Organization And Management
1601201_3Trade Practice
1601202_1Mathematics 2
1601202_T1Micro Electronics I
1601202_3Electrical Principles
Trimester 2
1601203_2Industrial Machines And Control
1601205_T3Electrical Installation Technology
1601205_2Electrical Design, Estimating And Tendering
1601205_3Business Plan
1601206_T3Trade Project
1601206_2Trade Practice
Trimester 3
1601203_T2Trade Project T2
1601204_1Electrical Principles
1601204_2Electrical Maintenance And Fault Diagnosis
1601204_T2Trade Practice

Course Description

Craft Certificate Module 2 in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Power Option) is an advanced one-year course offered at Uwezo College and is designed for students who have successfully completed Craft Certificate Module 1 in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Power Option). This program, examinable by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), provides students with advanced knowledge and practical skills in electrical and electronics engineering, with a particular focus on power systems. To enroll in Craft Certificate Module 2 in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Power Option), students must have passed Craft Certificate Module 1 in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Power Option). This prerequisite ensures that students have the foundational knowledge required to excel in this advanced craft certificate program.

Course Structure:

The curriculum encompasses a wide range of key areas, offering students advanced knowledge and practical skills in electrical and electronics engineering, with a specific focus on power systems:

  • Introduction to Communication Skills: Development of advanced communication skills vital for professional interaction in the field.

  • Workshop Organization and Management: Understanding the organization and management of electrical and electronics engineering workshops for efficient and safe operation.

  • Trade Practice: Continuation of hands-on practical training, allowing students to apply their knowledge and skills in real-world electrical and electronics engineering scenarios.

  • Mathematics: Advanced mathematical concepts and techniques relevant to electrical and electronics engineering applications.

  • Microelectronics: An in-depth exploration of microelectronic components, circuits, and systems, focusing on power-related applications.

  • Electrical Principles: Advanced knowledge of electrical principles, concepts, and safety procedures applicable to power systems.

  • Trade Project: Completion of a trade project, demonstrating the application of advanced electrical and electronics engineering skills.

  • Electrical Maintenance and Fault Diagnosis: Proficiency in electrical maintenance practices and fault diagnosis for power systems.

  • Industrial Machines and Control: Understanding industrial machines and control systems, emphasizing their applications in electrical and electronics engineering.

  • Electrical Design, Estimating, and Tendering: Skills in electrical design, estimation, and tendering, crucial for the planning and execution of electrical projects.

Skills and Competencies:

Upon completing Craft Certificate Module 2 in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Power Option), students will acquire advanced skills and competencies vital for success in the field:

  • Enhanced communication skills for effective professional interaction within the electrical and electronics engineering domain.

  • Skills to manage and organize electrical and electronics engineering workshops efficiently and safely.

  • Advanced practical skills, enabling students to excel in real-world electrical and electronics engineering scenarios.

  • Advanced mathematical knowledge and problem-solving skills applicable to electrical and electronics engineering.

  • In-depth understanding of microelectronic components, circuits, and systems, particularly within power systems.

  • Mastery of advanced electrical principles, concepts, and safety procedures relevant to power systems.

  • Ability to complete complex trade projects, showcasing advanced electrical and electronics engineering skills.

  • Proficiency in maintaining and diagnosing faults in electrical systems, with a focus on power systems.

  • Understanding industrial machines and control systems and their applications in electrical and electronics engineering.

  • Skills to plan and execute electrical projects, including design, estimation, and tendering.

Why Study at Uwezo College

Uwezo College is your ideal choice for quality education and career success. With full licensing from TVET, serving as an examination centre for KNEC and NITA, and being an approved training centre for KASNEB courses, we offer the most comprehensive and accredited education. Our track record of producing top-performing graduates who excel in the job market sets us apart. When you choose Uwezo College, you're making a commitment to your future, ensuring you receive the finest education, expert guidance, and a competitive edge in today's competitive job market. Join us and secure your path to success.

The following are reasons why you should make Uwezo College as the choice for your studies:

  • We are a TVET Technical and Business College fully registered with the Ministry of Education
  • We provide a serene learning environment and fully equiped workshops
  • We have qualified, competent and committed lecturers
  • Guaranteed attachment
  • We provide bursaries to the extremely needy students
  • We have free high speed Internet connectivity to our students
  • Affordable fees
  • We have clean and spacious hostels
  • We provide job linkages

Career Opportunities:

Upon completing Craft Certificate Module 2 in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Power Option), graduates can pursue advanced positions in electrical and electronics engineering, including Electrical Engineers, Power Systems Technicians, and Industrial Control Specialists. This advanced craft certificate program equips students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in more challenging roles in the electrical and electronics engineering field, particularly within power systems.

Course Instructor(s)

PHILIP ROTICH KIPTOO
CATHERINE MWENDE MUMBE
PETER WAWERU NGUGI
MWENDE KATUMBU ROSE
DENISE KASOHA ALUCHULA

Examining Body

KNEC

FAQs

What are the requirements for registration/admission as a student?

  1. KCSE result slip or certificate or Equivalent
  2. National ID Card or Birth certificate
  3. 2 Passport size photographs
  4. Registration Fee
  5. Student ID Fee
  6. Maintenance Fee
  7. Material Fee(where applicable)
  8. Polo T-Shirt fee
  9. Insurance Fee
  10. Student's handbook fee

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