Electrical & Electronics




The Electrical and Electronic Technology Technician (EET) programme is a two-year full-time Technician Program designed to advance the prepare individuals for a career in the electrical and/or electronics industry. The purpose of the programme is to develop the level of knowledge required by Technicians, over a wide range of applications. The programme also provides a progressive pattern of specialism in electrical and electronics principles and technology.

A successful candidate of the EET programme may be employed in many different occupations within the Electrical and Electronics Trade. The candidate may work in an electrical processing plants, power plants, manufacturing, semiconductor industries, and electronics companies. Job duties may include electrical construction, fabrication, maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, calibration, testing, and design. The candidate may work with automatic control systems, AC and DC control components, motors, and office equipment.

Candidate MUST have Four (4) subjects at CXC General Proficiency or equivalent as follows:
A pass of grade 1, 2 or 3 in Mathematics
A pass of grade 1, 2 or 3 in English
CFBC Associate Degree in Electrical and Electronics Technician.

To obtain a CFBC Degree in Electrical and Electronics Technician, candidates are required to complete all




Electrical and Electronic Technology Technician Program Outline

Semester 1 Semester 2
TCOM1001 Technical Communication 1
TVTM1001 Technical Mathematics I
ELEC1001 Electrical Principles I
SAFE1000 Occupational Health and Safety I
ELEC1005 Electronics Principles I
IFTH1002 Information Technology
ELEC1008 RCI-Renewable Energy
ELEC1009 Analog Electronics
ELEC1008 RCI- Renewable Energy
ELEC1004 Electrical Principles II
DRAW1001 Engineering Drawing
TVTM1002 Technical Mathematics II
IFTH1002 Information Technology
Semester 3 Semester 4
ELEC2003 Electrical Principles III
CBST1001 Caribbean Issues & Perspectives
EESC2001 Engineering Science
ELEC2008 Digital Electronics 

ELEC2009 Electrical Power Systems I 
EESC2003 Mechanics of Materials
ELEC2004 Electrical Principles IV
ELEC2006 Electronics Principle 4
SPAN1001 Spanish
MGMT2006 Entrepreneurship
INTP2001 Internship
ELEC2010 Electrical Power Systems II