A single-phase electrical training program that focuses on teaching the fundamentals of electrical systems that use a single-phase power supply. Single-phase power is commonly used in residential and small commercial settings.
In a single-phase electrical course, students typically learn about the basic principles of electricity, including voltage, current, and resistance. The training covers electrical circuits and components, such as switches, transformers and motors. Additionally, students learn how to read and interpret electrical diagrams and schematics.
Other topics that are covered in a single-phase electrical course include safety procedures, electrical codes and standards, and troubleshooting techniques. Single-phase electrical is one component of a broader electrical training program, which may also include instructions on three-phase power systems and other more advanced electrical topics.
As part of the core program, students will get an opportunity to attend a short course with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) for the Green Card, a short course with Building Wiring Installation (BWI), CCTV Installation & Maintenance, Basic Computer classes, English classes and 3 months of On-Job Training (OJT) with respective field.
Upon completion of the course, students will be prepared to pursue careers as electricians, electrical technicians or other related positions in the electrical field.