GEDTP: Graduate Electrical Design programme

GEDTP: Graduate Electrical Design programme

This programme is consists of 5 Sub-Programme:

GEDTP Sub-Programme 1 : Project Management and Microsoft Project

GEDTP Sub-Programme 2 : Electrical Essentials

GEDTP Sub-Programme 3 : Electrical Design - Level I

GEDTP Sub-Programme 4 : Electrical Design - Level II

GEDTP Sub-Programme 5 : CADD Fundamentals

We recommend that students have strong English language skills, Grade 12 math or equivalent and basic calculator skills and strong computer skills.

Course Description

In today's continually changing business environment, organizations must deal with challenges, resource constraints, growing complexity and risks which increase the urgency of adopting efficient and effective methods for managing projects. This introductory course focuses on the fundamental principles of project management.

You will examine basic project management practices for defining the scope of a project, planning the project, executing the project with a capable project team, and completing the project to the customer's satisfaction. You'll then apply the project management theory using a popular computer-based tool. Emphasis is given to proper planning and management of a project using Microsoft Project.

Course Description

This course provides an understanding of electrical terms in addition to the technical application of various electrical concepts, principles and relationships. The labs supplement the theory by using computer simulations to illustrate operational and analytical concepts, with an overview of circuit analysis and safety

Course Description

This first level electrical design course demonstrates the significance and requirements of design in the construction of buildings and facilities. You will learn theoretical and practical electrical design concepts and drafting techniques for commercial facilities, lighting and motor control applications.

Electrical Design training topics also include:

  • How to interpret and draw electrical symbols
  • Illumination design
  • Choosing and protecting conductors
  • Distribution systems

Completion of a major commercial electrical design project incorporates analysis, calculation and design competencies. Canadian Electrical Code requirements will be discussed in conjunction with the design project, and drawings will be completed using AutoCAD Release 2000 and an Auto Electric software package

Course Description

This second level course applies advanced concepts of electrical design and drafting to industrial installations, including distribution and branch circuits. Electrical code requirements discussed in conjunction with design project, and drawings are completed using AutoCAD Release 2000 and an Auto Electric software package.

Additional electrical design topics covered include:

  • Hazardous location classification
  • Hazardous location installation
  • Canadian Electrical Code and industrial design calculations
  • Artificial and high resistance grounding
  • Industrial electrical design project

Course Description

Computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) skills are in demand across various industries including engineering, construction, and interior design. In this course, learn how to use AutoCAD software to draft and design basic two-dimensional (2D) drawings. Through practical, hands-on exercises, we will:

  • Apply basic sketching techniques to create design drawings
  • Annotate and interpret design drawing measurements, standards, and conventions
  • Use techniques and features of AutoCAD to create and edit multi-view drawings of objects

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