Image du cours Power System System Analysis
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This module is designed to equip a student with knowledge, skills and attitude required to analyse a power system. At the end of the module, the student will be able to perform power flow analysis, power system fault analysis, and analyse power system stability. He/she will also be able to analyse a power system using simulation software.

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This module describes the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to describe peat

power plant, run peat power plant and maintain peat power plant. It is intended for

student pursuing Diploma in Renewable Energy.

At the end of this module, the student will be able to interpret peat power plant

operation and to perform running and maintenance activities for peat power plant.

Image du cours IOT SYSTEMS
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This module is designed to provide students with skills, knowledge and attitude required to develop, maintain and deploy an IoT system. At the end of this module, the students will be able to determine hardware system specification, implement hardware system, develop a Sketch, Integrate IoT firmware into hardware and Deploy IoT systems.

Learning units:

LEARNING UNIT 1 : Determine IoT Hardware System Specification.
LEARNING UNIT 2: Implement hardware system
LEARNING UNIT 3:Develop a Sketch
LEARNING UNIT 4: Integrate sketch into hardware
LEARNING UNIT 5: Deploy an IoT systems
LEARNING UNIT 6: Document the work done

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This module describes the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to communicate effectively at the workplace. In fact, the trainee will be able to apply basic communicative English grammar, listen to social and trade related speech, speak about social and trade related topics, and read trade related texts. Once this module is well delivered the trainee will be equipped with necessary skills to communicate in English at workplace.

Image du cours Industrial Control and Automation
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Having successfully completed the module, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

  1. The basic concepts of automation
  2. The concepts of transducers, sensors, actuators
  3. The PID controller
  4. The  PLC components
  5. The  fundamentals of PLC programming
  6. The  PLC communications
  7. The concepts of open-loop and closed-loop control systems
  8. The control system applications
  9. The concepts of transfer function
  10. The  concept of PID control

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Having successfully completed the module, students will be able to:

                      i.            Describe equipment and accessories

                    ii.            Explain the connection hydraulic/pneumatic components

                  iii.            Explain preventive maintenance

                  iv.            Rectify faults in hydraulic/pneumatic

                    v.            Complete maintenance report

                  vi.            Prepare the test protocol

Image du cours Building electrical installation@
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As the demand for labor-saving devices in domestic, offices, and commercial premises, together with automation in industrial processes the knowledge required in the electrical field is becoming more involved.


1. Doing the electrical installation

2. Calculation of lighting system

3. Electrical maintenance

Image du cours Fundamental of engineering mathematics
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This module describes the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to apply fundamental engineering mathematics. At the end of this module, the trainee of Level Six will be able to apply elementary functions, differentiation, sequences and series, simple integration, and matrices and determinant.

Image du cours Algorithm and Data Structure using C
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module will introduce you the principal fundamental data structures and algorithms used in computer science. Data structures will be formulated to represent information in such a way that it can be conveniently and efficiently manipulated by the algorithms that are developed. The concept will be presented and examples will be given. Learners will take time to apply those concepts using the C language.