Non-Electrical to Electrical Conversion Course

This course is ideal for anyone willing to become a professional electrician (ideal also for beginners).

Being designed and delivered by practicing engineers, this 72-hour course will cover the following topics:

  • Important theories that electricians should know
  • Domestic and industrial wiring principles (sockets, lightings, motor controls, etc…)
  • Design of electrical installations (sizing of cables, conduit, protective devices, etc…)
  • Testing of electrical installations
  • Safety aspects

The course will also include several hands-on practical sessions. Furthermore, upon completion, learners will have developed the required technical knowledge and skills to undertake domestic and industrial electrical installations.


Chapter 1: Safety Aspects

Chapter 2: Legal Requirements

Chapter 3: Symbols & Drawings

Chapter 4: Circuit Design & Planning

Chapter 5: Basic Calculations Single Phase

Chapter 6: Practical Considerations

Chapter 7: Single Phase Electric Motors

Chapter 8: Three Phase Motor Installations

Chapter 9: Cable

Chapter 10: Basic Testing of Electrical Installations

Chapter 11: Safety, Monitoring & Maintenance