The Electrical Engineering Technology program is committed to providing students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become competent and effective members of an electrical engineering team in the Middle East. Students will gain technical knowledge and skills in maintenance, troubleshooting and design of electrical power systems with a focus on utility, large industry, institutional and commercial facilities. Early program studies stress the fundamentalknowledge and skills necessary to complete installation, maintenance and troubleshooting tasks. Later studies provide the skills and knowledge tools necessary to undertake analysis and design tasks'

The program features an exit point at the end of Level 2 where successful graduates can opt to receive an Electrical Power Systems Technician Diploma. The technician-level program is embedded as the first two years (six semesters) of the three-year (nine semesters) Electrical Engineering Technology program at the College. The program shares a common first year with the Process Automation Engineering Technology program. Many second- and third-year courses are also shared, allowing for a reduced time to obtain a dual qualification. Graduates of the three-year program are eligible for advanced standing in engineering and technology programs at Canadian, American and British universities through existing articulation agreements.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of the three-year program, graduates will have the knowledge and skills to:

  • Function successfully as entry-level technicians or engineering technologists in the Middle East electrical power industry.
  • Design, analyze and maintain electrical systems
  • Install, troubleshoot and maintain heavy electrical equipment, including transformers, motors, generators, and related control and protective equipment.
  • Use specific computer software in the design of building electrical systems.
  • Communicate with customers and fellow members of the engineering team.
  • Recognize the importance of continuing education and professional affiliations.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the Electrical Technology program can find employment with a large variety of companies involved in the electrical industry. Typical GCC employers include public and private sector power and water utilities, large petrochemical refining and production facilities, and government departments.

The CNA-Qatar Testing Centre supports CNA-Q in all its testing needs.  theyconduct all CNA-Q Academic and General Entrance Math and English Placement tests, as well as all exit testing. 
Any person wishing to study at CNA-Qatar who has not met the college’s direct-entry requirements must first write a placement test for English and Math. The test results will determine the eligibility placement of the student at the College.
theyare also an official testing site for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Test. These tests are open to the broader community as well as CNA-Q students.
The CNA-Q Testing Centre also offers proctoring services for individuals studying at international and local educational institutions or those seeking workplace certifications.
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