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Courses - September 2022

Level 1

Course Details

College Reading & Writing Skills
COMM1085

Description:

This course introduces students to the reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed for academic and workplace success. Students will analyse a variety of texts and apply the steps of planning, writing, and revising to produce writing that meets the expectations of selected audiences and purposes. The course prepares students for college-level writing tasks, research, and documentation by asking them to produce clear, informed, and purposeful documents relevant to both academic and professional contexts.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Computer Applications
COMP1673

Description:

This course is an introduction to various software packages used for word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Various labs will form the basis for students to learn to write lab reports and produce a technical document complete with drawings, graphs, and tables. The reports will also emphasize the proper use of punctuation, grammar and style. A final oral presentation will be given by students describing a particular problem and the method of solution, complete with documentation.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Conestoga 101
CON0101

Description:

This self-directed course focuses on introducing new students to the supports, services, and opportunities available at Conestoga College. By the end of this course, students will understand the academic expectations of the Conestoga learning environment, as well as the supports available to ensure their academic success. Students will also be able to identify on-campus services that support their health and wellness, and explore ways to get actively involved in the Conestoga community through co-curricular learning opportunities.

  • Hours: 1
  • Credits: 0
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Drawing I
DRWG1365

Description:

This course is an introduction to computer aided drafting and design. Practical assignments will supplement the theory of other courses.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites:
  • CoRequisites:

Electrical Principles
EECE1520

Description:

This is the first course in Electrical Principles. No electrical or electronics background is assumed. Topics include: basic atomic structure; electrical AC/DC voltage and current; Ohm's Law; resistors; series, parallel and complex circuits; power law; Kirchhoff's Laws; magnetism; inductance; capacitance; reactance and transformers. The course concludes with RL and RC circuits, impedance and power.

  • Hours: 70
  • Credits: 5
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Electrical Skills I
EECE1545

Description:

This project course is designed to introduce basic engineering practice, simple design, technical drawings and skills required in the industry. Topics in this practical course include: sketching; electrical drawings; identification of tools and components; soldering and de-soldering techniques; use of connection tools and will practice general safety.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Introduction to Digital Electronics
ELEC1870

Description:

This course begins with an introduction to the concepts of logic and analysis as used in problem solving. Topics covered include: number systems, logic gates, truth tables, Boolean algebra and logic simplification, combinational logic, logic functions with combinational circuits and bi-polar junction transistors.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Electrical Measurement
INST1000

Description:

This course introduces students to a wide variety of instruments that are used in both the electrical and electronic fields. Topics will include both Analog and Digital Voltmeters, Ohmmeters and Ammeters, as well as Grounds, Oscilloscopes and Signal Generators. How measurements are taken, accuracy of measurements, calibration and construction of the most commonly used pieces of test equipment.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Mathematics I (Electrical)
MATH1880

Description:

This course is oriented towards the direct application of mathematical techniques to electrical and electronic fundamentals. The topics include algebraic manipulation, graphs, complex algebra and vectors, linear and quadratic equations, engineering and scientific notation.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Level 2

Course Details

Drawing II
DRWG1415

Description:

This course is a continuation of Drawing I and has more emphasize on 2D drawings and some 3D modelling. Practical assignments will supplement the theory of other courses.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites: DRWG1365
  • CoRequisites:

Electrical Fundamentals (Power)
EECE1140

Description:

This is the first course in electrical power devices. A brief electrical background is assumed.Topics include: Energy and power, DC circuit theory, electromagnetism, capacitance, AC theory and circuits, three-phase AC circuits, power transmission and distribution.

  • Hours: 70
  • Credits: 5
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1520 AND MATH1880
  • CoRequisites: MATH1895

Electrical Skills II
EECE1455

Description:

This project course is designed to introduce basic engineering practice, simple design, technical drawings and skills required in the industry. Topics in this practical course include: sketching; electrical drawings; documentation; soldering and de-soldering techniques; use of connection tools; working with relays, control and pilot devices; building and troubleshooting electronic circuits; and will practice general safety.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1520 AND EECE1545 AND INST1000 AND MATH1880
  • CoRequisites:

Mechanical and Energy Fundamentals
EECE1590

Description:

This course provides the student with an introduction to the energy sector including politics, policies, citizenship and the environment. This course also provides an introduction to mechanical engineering topics such as statics, dynamics, thermodynamics and fluid dynamics as they specifically relate to energy systems. Software development techniques will be utilized to formulate mathematical solutions.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Introduction To Instrumentation
INST1015

Description:

This course introduces the student to a wide variety of instruments as used in the electrical, electronic and process control industries. The topics covered include: temperature sensors, strain gages, opto-electronic devices, proximity sensors, pressure, level, and flow measuring equipment. In addition there will be some topics on pneumatic type instruments.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1520 AND INST1000
  • CoRequisites:

Mathematics II (Electrical)
MATH1895

Description:

This is a continuation of Mathematics I and provides for a sound understanding and continued development of trigonometry, algebra, and graphing as related to Electrical.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: MATH1880
  • CoRequisites:

Magnetic Circuits
PHYS2010

Description:

Magnetic Circuits introduces the student to the fundamental concepts of magnetism. Magnetic theory is established by investigating the properties of magnetic material and the interaction of currents and magnetic fields. Parallels are drawn between DC circuits and magnetic circuits with the introduction of reluctance, magneto-motive force, permeability, ampere-turns and hysteresis. Practical applications are made to electrical equipment and related control pieces.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1520 AND MATH1880
  • CoRequisites:

Electives: General Education
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours

Level 3

Course Details

Co-op and Career Preparation
CEPR1020

Description:

This series of modules will prepare students for job searching for their co-op work terms with the guidance of a Coop Advisor. Students will familiarize themselves with the co-operative education policies and procedures and will learn the expectations, rules, and regulations that apply in the workplace regarding social, organizational, ethical, and safety issues while developing an awareness of self-reflective practices. Students will reflect on their skills, attitudes, and expectations and examine available opportunities in the workplace. Successful completion of these modules is a requirement for co-op eligibility.

  • Hours: 14
  • Credits: 1
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Programmable Logic Controllers I
CNTR2180

Description:

This course introduces the student to the use of modern manufacturing techniques that programmable controllers allow. In an industrial environment where automation is being applied, students will learn that programmable logic controllers can make work easier and safer while maintaining quality, efficiency and productivity.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1140
  • CoRequisites:

Electrical Projects
EECE2070

Description:

This course is designed to give the student the skills and knowledge necessary to complete common repairs to electrical machines and electro-mechanical equipment. The student will develop testing and troubleshooting techniques on standard equipment, learn to sketch and draw components, fabricate simple brackets and parts, solder and perform standard shop practices common to the industry.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1450 OR EECE1455
  • CoRequisites:

DC Test Floor Practice
EECE2100

Description:

D.C. test floor practice is designed to provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to investigate the operating characteristics of D.C. machinery, circuits and associated apparatus and to compare results with other tests. Students will be required to use skills and knowledge obtained in Direct Current Theory to set up, connect and test D.C. equipment.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1140 AND EECE1450 OR EECE1455 AND MATH1895 AND PHYS2010
  • CoRequisites: EECE2130

DC Motor/Generator And Control Theory
EECE2130

Description:

This course is designed to introduce the student to the theory of operation and control of various DC motors. Various types of generators and motors such as shunt, series and compound are studied with particular attention to load testing, efficiency, speed, winding configuration, and connections. Machine control applications introduce the student to voltage regulation, motor starting techniques and various control devices.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1140 AND MATH1895 AND PHYS2010
  • CoRequisites: EECE2100

Industrial Power Electronics
EECE2140

Description:

This course provides the student with basic troubleshooting techniques for application to industrial power electronic apparatus. The student is given an understanding of the operating principles of a variety of circuits and systems including DC and AC motor drives. The student will also be able to select appropriate test equipment and to locate and repair faults in electronic equipment, components and common systems.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1140 AND EECE1450 OR EECE1455
  • CoRequisites:

Introduction to Renewable Energy
EECE2200

Description:

This course is intended to introduce the student to photovoltaic and battery technologies. The student will explore both the theoretical and practical applications of photovoltaic systems. The student will learn the necessary calculations to size a photovoltaic system and incorporate the proper battery sizes for that system.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Renewable Energy Practice
EECE2510

Description:

The students will learn how to design a solar energy system, by applying necessary calculations to size, solar arrays and batteries required. They will also learn the necessary Code Rules that apply to these installations. Sun charts will be needed to determine battery numbers, total sun hours and proper angles of the system components for a given area. The students will also test Photovoltaic cells by connecting components, meters and loads under artificial and real sun light to determine characteristics, efficiency and fill factors of the cells.

  • Hours: 14
  • Credits: 1
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Conservation and Energy Management
ENVR2040

Description:

This course provides the student with an understanding of energy accounting and economics, energy auditing, lighting systems and building science as it relates to energy balances. An introductory knowledge of building automation systems is presented.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites:
  • CoRequisites:

Electives: General Education
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours

Level 4

Course Details

Programmable Logic Controllers II
CNTR2045

Description:

This course is designed to elevate the student's previous knowledge of PLCs to allow for sequence controls and data manipulation. The learner will achieve this by applying higher levels of programming instructions and data transfer commands. The various methods of interconnecting PLCs will also be explored to aid in the understanding of the manufacturing process.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: CNTR2180
  • CoRequisites:

Electrical Code
CODE2040

Description:

This course is designed to introduce the student to the Electrical Safety Code. The student will learn to apply the electrical code to various electrical installations.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Power Transformers
EECE2115

Description:

This is the first course in transformers for electrical technician/technologist. The student will study the basic operation of a transformer; determine the polarity of the windings; and derive current and voltage relationships and the transformer equation. The electrical representations of the ideal and real transformers are investigated which include the determination of the no load loss and load loss of the transformer. Both single phase and three phase transformer arrangements will be studied. The student will also look at the basic construction of the transformer and various components used with the transformer.

  • Hours: 70
  • Credits: 5
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1140 AND MATH1895 AND PHYS2010
  • CoRequisites:

AC Test Floor Practice
EECE2480

Description:

AC Test Floor Practice is designed to provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare test reports and compare operating characteristics of AC machinery, circuits and associated apparatus. Normal and changed conditions affecting efficiency, current and voltage, power, power factor, and frequency are investigated in both large and small machinery and apparatus, which as closely as possible, produce conditions found in industry. Students will be required to use skills and knowledge obtained in Alternating Current Theory to set up, connect, control and test A.C. equipment.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE2100 AND EECE2130
  • CoRequisites: EECE2490

AC Motor/Alternator And Control Theory
EECE2490

Description:

This course is designed to introduce the student to the theory of operation and control of various AC motors and alternators. Three-phase and single-phase synchronous and induction machines are studied with respect to operating characteristics and physical configurations. Various control devices are examined with their respective machines.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE2130
  • CoRequisites: EECE2480

Safety Standards for Electrical Systems
EECE2500

Description:

This course informs the student of the need to be aware of workplace standards. They will learn how machines are made safer to reduce liability and improve productivity. Using a risk assessment will enhance the reasons why safeguarding requirements and techniques are utilized in today’s manufacturing industries.

  • Hours: 14
  • Credits: 1
  • Pre-Requisites:
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Applied Fluids and Thermodynamics
EECE2620

Description:

This course provides the student with fluid dynamic and thermodynamic topics as they apply directly to the transfer of heat energy in various energy systems. Applications involving pipe and duct sizing, pump and fan selection and HVAC fluid handling techniques.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1590
  • CoRequisites:

Instrumentation for Electrical Systems
INST2010

Description:

This course introduces the student to the application of various types of monitoring and control devices as used in the electrical industry. PID controllers used for motor, temperature and pressure control are among the topics covered. Various topics in Fibre Optics are included.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE2140 AND INST1015
  • CoRequisites:

Level 5

Course Details

Co-op Work Term I (Energy Systems Engineering Technology)
COOP2460

Description:

This co-op work term will provide students with college-approved work experience in an authentic, professionally relevant work environment. Students will be provided the opportunity to connect theory and practice by leveraging their academic training to develop a broad base of vocational skills. The practical applications of this work term will promote students’ awareness of key concepts and terminology in their field, cultivate their problem-solving and decision-making capabilities, encourage their development of professional autonomy and collaboration, and enhance their capacity to analyze and reflect on their demonstrated abilities in the workplace.

  • Hours: 420
  • Credits: 14
  • Pre-Requisites: CDEV1020 OR CEPR1020
  • CoRequisites:

Level 6

Course Details

Co-op Work Term II (Energy Systems Engineering Technology)
COOP3250

Description:

This co-op work term will provide students with college-approved work experience in an authentic, professionally relevant work environment. Students will be provided the opportunity to connect theory and practice by leveraging their academic training to develop a broad base of vocational skills. The practical applications of this work term will promote students’ awareness of key concepts and terminology in their field, cultivate their problem-solving and decision-making capabilities, encourage their development of professional autonomy and collaboration, and enhance their capacity to analyze and reflect on their demonstrated abilities in the workplace.

  • Hours: 420
  • Credits: 14
  • Pre-Requisites: CDEV1020 OR CEPR1020
  • CoRequisites:

Level 7

Course Details

Co-op Work Term III (Energy Systems Engineering Technology)
COOP3260

Description:

This co-op work term will provide students with college-approved work experience in an authentic, professionally relevant work environment. Students will be provided the opportunity to connect theory and practice by leveraging their academic training to develop a broad base of vocational skills. The practical applications of this work term will promote students’ awareness of key concepts and terminology in their field, cultivate their problem-solving and decision-making capabilities, encourage their development of professional autonomy and collaboration, and enhance their capacity to analyze and reflect on their demonstrated abilities in the workplace.

  • Hours: 420
  • Credits: 14
  • Pre-Requisites: CDEV1020 OR CEPR1020
  • CoRequisites:

Level 8

Course Details

Co-op Work Term IV (Energy Systems Engineering Technology)
COOP3270

Description:

This co-op work term will provide students with college-approved work experience in an authentic, professionally relevant work environment. Students will be provided the opportunity to connect theory and practice by leveraging their academic training to develop a broad base of vocational skills. The practical applications of this work term will promote students’ awareness of key concepts and terminology in their field, cultivate their problem-solving and decision-making capabilities, encourage their development of professional autonomy and collaboration, and enhance their capacity to analyze and reflect on their demonstrated abilities in the workplace.

  • Hours: 420
  • Credits: 14
  • Pre-Requisites: CDEV1020 OR CEPR1020
  • CoRequisites:

Level 9

Course Details

Advanced Computer Applications
COMP3010

Description:

In this course students will gain knowledge on communication networks, layered architectures, protocols such as TCP/IP, Telnet, FTP and HTTP and routing in packet switched networks. Students will also learn about peer to peer protocols, ARQ protocols, different error detection and correction techniques, IEEE802.3, IEEE802.5 and IEEE802.11 standards, LAN Bridges and Ethernet switches. There will also be topics on programming in Visual Basic and Excel spreadsheets.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE1590 OR PROG1185
  • CoRequisites:

Advanced AC Theory and Power Systems
EECE3060

Description:

This course continues the study of AC Theory and uses mathematical principles to solve complex electrical circuits. AC topics include complex series and parallel circuits, harmonics, Fourier analysis and resonance. Additional power systems topics will be as follows: high voltage power transmissions, breakers and switchgear and protection and control systems.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE2115 AND EECE2490
  • CoRequisites:

Energy Systems Design I
EECE3370

Description:

This course introduces the student to various energy generation technologies including but not limited to wind power, hydroelectric power and combined heat and power (CHP) systems. Energy storage systems will be described. The student will explore both the theoretical and practical applications of the systems, and perform necessary calculations to describe the power relationships. The student will investigate various methods of supplying energy to the grid.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites:
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HVAC and Industrial Processes
EECE3395

Description:

This course introduces the student to various energy management opportunities in HVAC systems and industrial processes including but not limited to boilers, compressed air systems and waste heat recovery. Heating and cooling load calculations will be performed and HVAC systems will be described. Students will demonstrate the refrigeration cycle and control building components using a building automation system.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE2620 AND INST1015
  • CoRequisites:

Project Planning and Presentation
EECE3420

Description:

This course will allow students to propose and design a product from existing market products in the area related to both energy systems and industrial process control. The students will utilize software to manage references and timeline and also present (both written and oral) their initial designs. Industrial wiring and grounding techniques will be reinforced in their initial designs. The designs will be used to build the prototype for their final projects.

  • Hours: 14
  • Credits: 1
  • Pre-Requisites: CNTR2045 AND EECE2070 OR EECE2620 AND EECE2115 AND EECE2140 AND EECE2480 AND EECE2490 AND INST2010
  • CoRequisites:

Calculus And Mathematical Modelling
MATH3040

Description:

Completion of Electrical Eng. Technician Program. This course is designed to introduce the student to modelling physical systems with mathematics. The course will include differential equations, laplace transforms, block diagrams, and stability analysis.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: MATH1895
  • CoRequisites:

Electives: General Education
Student must complete a minimum of 42 Hours

Level 10

Course Details

Transformer Design
EECE3030

Description:

This course introduces the student to advanced transformer concepts. Included in the areas of study will be transformer testing and electrical design. Emphasis will be placed on design concepts and the course will include a practical project.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE2115 AND EECE3060
  • CoRequisites:

Renewable and Low Energy Design
EECE3305

Description:

This course introduces the student to codes and bylaws pertaining to renewable installations and conservation efforts. Third-party verification programs are investigated, along with energy auditing procedures and methods of reducing peak load. Construction features in new and renovation projects are evaluated and energy storage opportunities explored. Cost analysis calculations of renewable and conservation efforts are performed using current software.

  • Hours: 28
  • Credits: 2
  • Pre-Requisites: ENVR2040
  • CoRequisites:

Final Project/Report - Energy Systems Engineering Technology
EECE3340

Description:

In this course the students shall build a new product or system based on the initial design proposed in Project Planning and Presentation course. The students must write a complete report on the final design, practical use and designated market for which the product or system would be introduced.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE3420
  • CoRequisites:

Power Systems Transmission and Distribution
EECE3350

Description:

Power Transmission and Distribution (PTD) course deals with different transmission line approximations. Detailed substation arrangements of Ontario, power factor correction and power distribution are studied in this course. This course deals with the mechanical and electrical characteristics and insulators of overhead transmission line. Students will study different grounding methods and have knowledge on different ground resistance measurements. Moreover, student will also gain knowledge on metering techniques and instrument transformers. In the lab students gain the practical experience needed to work in an industrial environment and/or power utilities (generation, transmission, distribution).

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites: EECE3060
  • CoRequisites:

Energy Systems Lab
EECE3360

Description:

This course allows the student to design, install and maintain fuel cell, solar thermal, heat pump, solar and wind energy systems. Data collection is conducted and system operation calculations are applied to the various systems.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites:
  • CoRequisites:

Energy Systems Design II
EECE3380

Description:

This course introduces the student to fuel cell, solar thermal, heat pump, biomass, nuclear and natural gas energy systems. The student will explore theoretical and practical applications of these technologies. The student will apply system sizing, efficiency and capacity calculations while being introduced to the system components and their operation.

  • Hours: 42
  • Credits: 3
  • Pre-Requisites:
  • CoRequisites:

Advanced Mathematical Modelling
MATH3030

Description:

This course is designed to introduce the student to differential equations as applied to electrical systems. A variety of problems and solutions will be considered.

  • Hours: 56
  • Credits: 4
  • Pre-Requisites: MATH3040
  • CoRequisites:

Program outcomes

  1. Analyze and solve complex technical problems related to electrical systems including renewable and clean energy systems by applying mathematics and science principles.
  2. Design, assemble, analyze, and troubleshoot electrical and/or mechanical components, processes and systems through the application of engineering principles to construct various types of energy systems under the supervision of a qualified person.
  3. Analyze, interpret, and produce electrical drawings and technical reports including other related documents and graphics using industry-specific software, tools and procedures
  4. Commission and troubleshoot electrical components of conventional, renewable and clean energy technologies (machinery and associated control systems for energy technology) using a variety of techniques and test equipment under the supervision of a qualified person
  5. Design, assemble, test, modify, maintain and commission working prototypes of sustainable energy systems and subsystems to meet job requirements, functional specifications and relevant standards; and integrate renewable and clean energy technology into the system design.
  6. Adhere to the legal, regulatory and health and safety standards, best practices, codes, policies and guidelines as they relate to electrical and energy systems tasks.
  7. Contribute to the financial and technical planning and implementation of sustainable construction and development projects
  8. Practice principles and ethics associated with environmental management issues.
  9. Design, use, verify, and maintain instrumentation equipment and systems to monitor and control energy systems in residential or small-scale industrial or commercial facilities.
  10. Apply strategies, practices and techniques to manage and optimize the generation, capture, storage, integration and distribution of renewable (e.g. wind, solar, geothermal etc.) and clean energy (e.g. nuclear) using conventional and emerging technologies such as smart metres and smart grids.
  11. Analyze, assemble and retrofit existing conventional systems applying green energy management techniques for efficient and energy generation and distribution.
  12. Create, conduct and recommend modifications to quality assurance procedures specific to electrical and energy systems under the supervision of a qualified person.
  13. Design, assemble, test and troubleshoot electrical and electronic circuit components of power systems under the supervision of a qualified person.
  14. Apply project management principles to contribute to the planning, implementation, and evaluation of electrical and energy systems projects.
  15. Design, test and troubleshoot network systems under the supervision of a qualified person.