Engineering

LEVEL 7 (Qualification Code 9210-02)

POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA
IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
The City & Guilds level 7 Post Graduate Diploma in engineering is set at the standard of the final year of a British MEng degree course. The Level 7 Post Graduate Diploma in Engineering consists of approximately 1500 notional hours (total learning hours, including the Guided Learning Hours and self study / research).

Qualification Structure
To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:

  • Two "General Compulsory" Plus
  • Three "Field Compulsory"
  • Any Three "Optional" units (to be selected out of 5 units).

To receive this award the candidate must complete Project 2 (unit 229).

Theory & Practical Units
Theory             Unit Title                                                                Compulsory/Optional
Unit 200            Engineering Analysis                                                     General Compulsory
Unit 209            Power System Economics and Planning                        Field Compulsory
Unit 210            High Voltage Engineering                                              Field Compulsory
Unit 211            Fields and Network theory                                           Field Compulsory
Unit 213            Digital System Design                                                   Optional
Unit 215            Modern Control Systems                                             Optional
Unit 217            Power Electronics                                                        Optional
Unit 218            Internet Technologies                                                   Optional
Unit 219            Computer System Engineering                                      Optional
Unit 229            Project 2                                                                     General Compulsory

Summary of the Units
General Compulsory   =         02  Units (Including a Project Unit: 229)
Field Compulsory       =         03  Units
Optional                     =         03 Units
TOTAL                     =          (07 Theory Units and a Project)

Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam.
  • Project work to be carried out throughout the course.
  • Practical Assignments / Assessments.

COURSE INFORMATION
Entry Requirements for Level 7

  • City & Guilds Graduate Diploma (Level 6) completed in the relevant technology.
  • B.E/B.S (Engineering), B.S Technology completed after 4 years of Intermediate.
  • B-Tech (Hons) in the relevant technology from HEC recognized Universities.
  • Holders of other/ equivalent qualifications may be accepted.

Course Information

VENUE:

NICON TEVTA CAMPUS

CLASS START DATE:

Continuous Unit Based Admission

TIMINGS:

Flexible Hours

PROPOSED DURATION:

Recommended, 18 months (3 Semester)

CLASS DURATION:

Flexible Timing & Weekend Classes

EXAMINATION:

June-July (Every Year)

LEVEL 6 (Qualification Code 9210-01)

GRADUATE DIPLOMA
IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

Introduction
The Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Engineering is set at the standard of final (third) year of a British BEng (Hons) degree. It consists of 1800 notional hours (total learning hours including the Guided Learning Hours and self study / research).

Qualification Structure
To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:

  • Three "General Compulsory" Plus
  • Four "Field Compulsory"
  • Any Four "Optional" units.

To receive this award the candidate must complete Project 1 (unit 139).

Theory & Practical Units

Theory

Practical

Unit Title

Compulsory/Optional

Unit 100

Engineering Mathematics

General Compulsory

Unit 101

Management for Engineers

General Compulsory

Unit 102

602

Mechanics of Solids and Basic structural Analysis

Field Compulsory

Unit 103

603

Hydraulics and Hydrology

Field Compulsory

Unit 104

604

Engineering Surveying

Field Compulsory

Unit 105

605

Soil Mechanics and Engineering Geology

Field Compuslory

Unit 106

606

Building Engineering

Optional

Unit 107

607

Quantity Surveying

Optional

Unit 108

608

Highway Engineering

Optional

Unit 109

609

Irrigation Engineering

Optional

Unit 110

610

Water and Waste Engineering

Optional

Unit 111

611

Strucutral Analysis

Optional

Unit 139

Project 1

General Compulsory

Summary of Units

General Compulsory

=

03 Units (including a Project Unit : 139)

Field Compulsory

=

04 Units

Optional

=

04 Units

Total

=

(10 Theory Units + 08 Practical Units + Compulsory Project Unit)

Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam.
  • Project work to be carried out throughout the course.
  • Practical Assignments / Assessments.

COURSE INFORMATION
Entry Requirements for Level 6

  • City & Guilds Advanced Technician Diploma (Level 5).
  • Edexcel HND (Level 5) completed in the relevant technology.
  • B-Tech (Pass) in the relevant technology from HEC recognized Universities.
  • Holders of other/ equivalent qualifications may be accepted.

Course Information

VENUE:

NICON TEVTA CAMPUS

CLASS START DATE:

Continuous Unit Based Admission

TIMINGS:

Flexible Hours

PROPOSED DURATION:

Recommended, 18 months (3 Semester)

CLASS DURATION:

Flexible Timing & Weekend Classes

EXAMINATION:

June-July (Every Year)

CIVIL ENGINEERING(9210-01)

LEVEL 6 (Qualification Code 9210-01)
GRADUATE DIPLOMA
IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

Introduction
The Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Engineering is set at the standard of final (third) year of a British BEng (Hons) degree. It consists of 1800 notional hours (total learning hours including the Guided Learning Hours and self study / research).

Qualification Structure
To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:

  • Three "General Compulsory" Plus
  • Four "Field Compulsory"
  • Any Four "Optional" units.

To receive this award the candidate must complete Project 1 (unit 139).

 

Theory & Practical Units
Theory Practical          Unit Title                                            Compulsory/Optional
Unit 100            —        Engineering Mathematics                                             General Compulsory
Unit 101            —        Management for Engineers                                          General Compulsory
Unit 102            602      Mechanics of Solids and Basic structural Analysis         Field Compulsory
Unit 103            603      Hydraulics and Hydrology                                            Field Compulsory
Unit 104            604      Engineering Surveying                                                  Field Compulsory
Unit 105            605      Soil Mechanics and Engineering Geology                      Field Compulsory
Unit 106            606      Building Engineering                                                    Optional
Unit 107            607      Quantity Surveying                                                      Optional
Unit 108            608      Highway Engineering                                                    Optional
Unit 109            609      Irrigation Engineering                                                    Optional
Unit 110            610      Water and Waste Engineering                                       Optional
Unit 111            611      Structural Analysis                                                        Optional
Unit 139            —–      Project 1                                                                     General Compulsory




Summary of Units
General Compulsory =          03 Units (Including a Project Unit: 139)
Field Compulsory   =           04 Units
Optional                 =           04 Units
TOTAL        =          (10 Theory Units + 08 Practical Units + Compulsory Project Unit)
Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam.
  • Project work to be carried out throughout the course.
  • Practical Assignments / Assessments.

COURSE INFORMATION
Entry Requirements for Level 6

  • City & Guilds Advanced Technician Diploma (Level 5).
  • Edexcel HND (Level 5) completed in the relevant technology.
  • B-Tech (Pass) in the relevant technology from HEC recognized Universities.
  • Holders of other/ equivalent qualifications may be accepted.

Course Information

  • VENUE:                               NICON TVET CAMPUS
  • CLASS START DATE:        Continuous Unit Based Admission
  • TIMINGS:                            Flexible Hrs
  • PROPOSED DURATION:  Recommended: 18 months (3 Semesters)
  • CLASS DURATION:          Flexible Timings & Weekend Classes
  • EXAMINATIONS:             June-July (Every Year)
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING(9210-01)

LEVEL 6 (Qualification Code 9210-01)
GRADUATE DIPLOMA
IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Introduction
The Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Engineering is set at the standard of final (third) year of a British BEng (Hons) degree. It consists of 1800 notional hours (total learning hours including the Guided Learning Hours and self study / research).
Qualification Structure
To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:

  • Three "General Compulsory" Plus
  • Four "Field Compulsory"
  • Any Four "Optional" units.

To receive this award the candidate must complete Project 1 (unit 139).

Theory & Practical Units
Theory              Practical          Unit Title                                       Compulsory/Optional
Unit 100                                    Engineering Mathematics                                 General Compulsory
Unit 101                                    Management for Engineers                               General Compulsory
Unit 112                       612       Circuits and waves                                           Field Compulsory
Unit 114                       614       Electrical Energy System                                 Field Compulsory
Unit 115                       615       Electrical Machines and Drives                         Field Compulsory
Unit 116                       616       Electronics and Telecommunications                Field Compulsory
Unit 118                       618       Communication Systems                                  Optional
Unit 121                       ——      Computer Networks                                         Optional
Unit 123                       ——      Computer Architecture and Operation Systems Optional
Unit 124                       ——      Database Management                                     Optional
Unit 127                       ——      Software Engineering                                       Optional
Unit 136                       636       Control Systems                                              Optional
Unit 139                                    Project 1                                                          General Compulsory

 

Summary of Units
General Compulsory      =          03 Units (Including a Project Unit: 139)
Field Compulsory          =          04 Units
Optional                        =          04 Units
TOTAL                         =          11 Units (10 Theory units and a Project unit + Practical)
Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam.
  • Project work to be carried out throughout the course.
  • Practical Assignments / Assessments. LEVEL6

Entry Requirements for Level 6

  • City & Guilds Advanced Technician Diploma (Level 5).
  • Edexcel HND (Level 5) completed in the relevant technology.
  • B-Tech (Pass) in the relevant technology from HEC recognized Universities.
  • Holders of other/ equivalent qualifications may be accepted.

Course Information

  • VENUE:                               NICON TVET CAMPUS
  • CLASS START DATE:        Continuous Unit Based Admission
  • TIMINGS:                            Flexible Hrs
  • PROPOSED DURATION:  Recommended: 18 months (3 Semesters)
  • CLASS DURATION:           Flexible Timings & Weekend Classes
  • EXAMINATIONS:                June-July (Every Year)
ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC(6165-23)
CONSTRUCTION/QUANTITY SURVEYING (6165-20)

LEVEL 3 (Qualification Code: 6165-20)
IVQ TECHNICIAN DIPLOMA
IN CONSTRUCTION
A. CONSTRUCTION
Introduction
International Vocational Qualifications (IVQ’s) are designed to measure the knowledge and practical skills of learners and are designed specifically for the international marketplace. These are available at three levels; Technician Certificate, Technician Diploma and Advanced Technician Diploma. At the successful completion of Advanced Technician Diploma (City & Guilds Level 5), one is eligible to apply for Incorporated Engineer Stages (EC-UK) which will lead you to become a Chartered Engineer.

Qualification Structure
To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:

  • Five "Compulsory Theory" Units Plus
  • Any One "Optional Theory" Unit
  • Four "Compulsory Practical" Units
  • Any One "Optional Practical" unit.

Theory Units
Theory Unit     Title                                                                       Compulsory/Optional
Unit 6165-002   Basic Construction Skills Principles                                          Compulsory*
Unit 6165-021   Applied Scientific Techniques 2 Principles                                 Compulsory
Unit 6165-022   Drawing & Surveying Techniques 2 Principles                           Compulsory
Unit 6165-023   Construction Techniques 2 Principles                                      Compulsory
Unit 6165-031   Environment Science & Construction Techniques 3 Principles   Compulsory
Unit 6165-041   Construction Measurement 3 Principles                                     Optional
Unit 6165-042   Designing for Construction 3 Principles                                     Optional
Unit 6165-043   Construction Mathematics 3 Principles                                      Optional
Unit 6165-044   Structural Mechanics 3 Principles                                             Optional

Practical Units
Practical          Unit Title                                                                                 Compulsory
6165-121          Applied Scientific Techniques 2 Practice                                         Compulsory
6165-122          Drawing Surveying Techniques 2 Practice                                Compulsory
6165-123          Construction Techniques 2 Practice                                          Compulsory
6165-131          Environment Science & Construction Techniques 3 Practice      Compulsory
Note: One related Practical will be conducted for the Optional Theory Unit selected from above. i.e  6165-141 / 142 / 143 / 144.
* (Exempted for Level 2 Pass)

Summary of Units
Compulsory Theory Units         =          05
Optional Theory Unit                 =          01
Compulsory Practical Units       =          04
Optional Practical Unit              =          01
Total Units                               =          11 or (10-Based on Exemption)
COURSE INFORMATION
Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam.
  • Practical Assignments / Assessments.

Entry Requirements for Level 3

  • City & Guilds (Level 2) Pass in related technology
  • F.Sc / Intermediate
  • GCE "A Level"
  • or Equivalent

Course Information
Venue:                        NICON TVET CAMPUS
Proposed Duration:   Recommended: 6 months (1 Semester)
Class Duration:          Flexible Timings & Weekend Classes
Class Start Date:               Continuous Admission
Timings:                             Flexible Hrs
Examinations:                   June & December (Every Year)

ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC(8030-22)

LEVEL 3 (Qualification Code: 8030-22)
IVQ TECHNICIAN DIPLOMA
IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC
ENGINEERING
A. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Introduction
International Vocational Qualifications (IVQ’s) are designed to measure the knowledge and practical skills of learners and are designed specifically for the international marketplace. These are available at three levels; Technician Certificate, Technician Diploma and Advanced Technician Diploma. At the successful completion of Advanced Technician Diploma (City & Guilds Level 5), one is eligible to apply for Incorporated Engineer Stages (EC-UK) which will lead you to become a Chartered Engineer.

Qualification Structure
To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:

  • Two "Compulsory Theory" Units Plus
  • Two "Compulsory Practical" Units

Theory Units
Theory                                     Unit Title                                                        Compulsory
Unit 8030-210                            Engineering Fundamentals 2                            Compulsory
Unit 8030-214                            Electrical Power                                               Compulsory

Practical Units
Practical          Unit Title                                                                                 Compulsory
8030-211          Computer & Aided Communication Practical Assignments         Compulsory
8030-215          Electrical Power Practical Assignments                                    Compulsory

Summary of Units
Compulsory Theory Units          =         02
Compulsory Practical Units       =         02
Total Units                                =         04

Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam.
  • Practical Assignments / Assessments.

COURSE INFORMATION
Entry Requirements for Level 3

  • City & Guilds (Level 2) Pass in related technology
  • F.Sc / Intermediate
  • GCE "A Level"
  • or Equivalent

Course Information
Venue:                        NICON TVET CAMPUS
Proposed Duration:   Recommended: 6 months (1 Semester)
Class Duration:          Flexible Timings & Weekend Classes
Class Start Date:               Continuous Admission
Timings:                             Flexible Hrs
Examinations:                   June & December (Every Year)

CONSTRUCTION(6165-10)

LEVEL 2 (Qualification Code: 6165-10)

IVQ TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE
IN CONSTRUCTION
Introduction               
International Vocational Qualifications (IVQ’s) are designed to measure the knowledge and practical skills of learners and are designed specifically for the international marketplace. These are available at three levels; Technician Certificate, Technician Diploma and Advanced Technician Diploma. At the successful completion of Advanced Technician Diploma (City & Guilds Level 5), one is eligible to apply for Incorporated Engineer Stages (EC-UK) which will lead you to become a Chartered Engineer.
Qualification Structure
To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:

  • Three "Compulsory Theory" Units plus
  • Two "Compulsory Practical" Units
  • Any One "Optional Practical" Unit.

Theory Units
Theory                                Unit Title                                                                                        Compulsory
Unit 6165-001                   Core Construction Skills Principles                                            Compulsory
Unit 6165-002                   Basic Construction Skills Principles                                           Compulsory
Unit 6165-011                   Construction Technician Principles 1                                        Compulsory

Practical Units
Practical                             Unit Title                                                                                        Compulsory/Optional
6165-101                            Core Construction Skills Practices                                             Compulsory
6165-111                            Construction Technician 1 Practices                                        Compulsory
6165-102                            Timber Vocations Basic Skills Practice                                     Optional
6165-103                            Trowel  Vocations Basic Skills Practice                                    Optional
6165-104                            Painting & Decoration Basic Skills Practice                             Optional
6165-105                            Plumbing Basic Skills Practice                                                    Optional
6165-106                            Refrigerating & AC Basic Skills Practice                                   Optional
6165-107                            Electrical Installation Basic Skills Practice                               Optional

Summary of Units
Compulsory Theory Units              =             03
Compulsory Practical Units           =             02
Optional Practical Unit                   =             01
Total Units                                        =             06
Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam (MCQs).
  • Practical Assignments / Assessments.

Entry Requirements for Level 2

  • Matric with Science
  • GCE /O Level
  • or Equivalent

Course Information
Venue:                        NICON TVET CAMPUS
Proposed Duration:   Recommended: 6 months (1 Semester)
Class Duration:          Flexible Timings & Weekend Classes
Class Start Date:               Continuous Admission
Timings:                             Flexible Hrs
Examinations:                   June & December (Every Year)

ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC(8030-21) LEVEL 2

LEVEL 2 (Qualification Code: 8030-21)
IVQ TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE
IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Introduction
International Vocational Qualifications (IVQ’s) are designed to measure the knowledge and practical skills of learners and are designed specifically for the international marketplace. These are available at three levels; Technician Certificate, Technician Diploma and Advanced Technician Diploma. At the successful completion of Advanced Technician Diploma (City & Guilds Level 5), one is eligible to apply for Incorporated Engineer Stages (EC-UK) which will lead you to become a Chartered Engineer.
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Qualification Structure
The To achieve this qualification, learners must successfully complete:
• Two ”Compulsory Theory” Units
• Two “Compulsory Practical” Units

Theory Units
Theory Unit Title Compulsory
Unit 8030-200 Engineering Fundamentals 1 Compulsory
Unit 8030-202 Electrical & Electronic Applications Compulsory

Practical Units
Practical Unit Title Compulsory
8030-201 Engineering Fundamentals Practical Assignments 1 Compulsory
8030-203 Electrical & Electronic Applications Practical Assignments Compulsory

Summary of Units
Compulsory Theory Units = 02
Compulsory Practice Units = 02
Total Units = 04

Assessment Types
• Dated Entry / Written Exam (MCQs).
• Practical Assignments / Assessments.

COURSE INFORMATION
Entry Requirements for Level 2
• Matric with Science
• GCE /O Level
• or Equivalent

Course Information
Venue: NICON TVET CAMPUS
Proposed Duration: Recommended: 6 months (1 Semester)
Class Duration: Flexible Timings & Weekend Classes
Class Start Date: Continuous Admission
Timings: Flexible Hrs
Examinations: June & December (Every Year)

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Quality Assurance (QA) Role
Below is a brief over view of the responsibilities of the three key roles in the quality assurance of the assessment of practical skills.
1. Assessor
a. Plan the assessment
b. Discuss process with learner
c. Conduct the assessment
d. Observe learner performance
e. Record learner performance against assessment criteria
f. Feedback outcome

2. Internal Verifier
a. Discuss assessment strategy with assessor team
b. Maintain assessment sampling plan which covers all assessors
c. Observe assessment taking place
d. Feedback on performance to assessor
e. Guide where necessary
f. Ensure standard approach across assessor team
f. Feedback outcome
3. External Verifier
a. Plan external verification visit with relevant centre staff
b. Carry out visit, covering
i) Observation of candidate assessment
ii) Check of records
iii) Staff & learner interviews
iv) Feedback and support
v) Action plan
c. Complete visit report
d. Make recommendation
e. Return report to local City & Guilds office

Entry Requirements

Quality Assurance for the Assessment
of Practical Skills

Quality Assurance for the Assessment of Practical Skills
Approved centres are responsible for assessment and internal verification / quality assurance whilst City & Guilds is responsible for external quality assurance.
The assessment criteria provided in the qualification handbook must be rigorously followed, recorded and tracked through the centre’s quality assurance procedures. A typical example would be the assessment of a learner out a practical task.
Assessment Methods

  • One Written question paper for each unit
  • A Practical Project

Assessment Types

  • Dated Entry / Written Exam.
  • Project work is carried out throughout the course.
  • Assessment types for each level are mentioned on their respective pages.

 

Progression into Professional Registration
The City & Guilds Graduate and Post Graduate Diplomas in Engineering have been developed to provide a flexible route to career success as a professional engineer.
City & Guilds is working with the UK’S leading professional institutions to ensure that the qualifications are aligned with the  requirements for incorporated Engineer [Graduate Diploma] and Chartered Engineer [Post Graduate Diploma] registration.
The register of Chartered Engineers [CEng] and Incorporated Engineers [lEng] is held by the Engineering Council, the UK regulatory body for the Engineering Profession. The Engineering Council sets and maintains the internationally recognized  standards of professional competence and ethics that govern the award and retention of these titles.
To become a professionally qualified, candidates must be a member of a licensed Professional Engineering Institution, who will act as the awarding body for their  registration. IET, IMechE and ICE are the three largest licensed Professional Engineering Institutions in the UK, allowed to assess candidates for inclusion on their register of Professional Engineers.

Institute of Civil Engineering (ICE)
The Institution of Civil Engineering [ICE] was founded in 1818 and  is dedicated to foster and promote the art and science of civil engineering .Today , the institution represents nearly 80,000 members worldwide .ICE is a qualifying body a center for the exchange of specialist knowledge in Civil Engineering and a provider of resources to encourage innovation and excellence in the profession worldwide. The Institution of Civil Engineering (ICE) welcomes applications from holders of the following City and Guilds qualifications:

  • Graduate Diploma in Civil Engineering for Incorporated Engineer (IEng) registration.
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Civil Engineering for Chartered Engineer (CEng) registration.

ICE and City & Guilds are working together to ensure the qualifications are aligned with the registration requirements for Incorporated Engineering (for the Graduate Diploma) and Chartered Engineer (for Post Graduate Diploma), which will be considered individually by the Institution’s Academic Qualifications Panel.

Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET)
Founded 140 years ago the IET is one of the world’s leading professional societies for the engineering and technology community. The IET has more than 150,000 members in 127 countries with active networks of members in 37 countries. To support its worldwide membership it has offices in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific.
IET’s activities include membership and professional development, professional registration under licence from the Engineering Council publishing and events as well as government and stake holder engagement on engineering related policy issues. IET also produces independent authoritative fact files and briefings on key topics.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) welcomes applications from holders of the following City & Guilds qualifications:

  • Graduate Diplomas for Incorporated Engineer (IEng) registration:
    • Graduate Diploma in Electrical Engineering
    • Graduate Diploma in Electronic & Telecommunication Engineering.
    • Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
  • Post Graduate Diplomas for Chartered Engineer (CEng) registration:
    • Post Graduate Diploma in Electrical Engineering
    • Post Graduate Diploma in Electronic & Telecommunication Engineering.
    • Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology

 

IET and City & Guilds are working together to ensure the Qualifications are aligned with registration requirements for Incorporated Engineer (for the Graduate Diploma) and Chartered Engineer (for the Postgraduate Diploma).
Entry Requirements
NICON is proudly offering Engineering Qualifications of City & Guilds (UK) from Level 2 to Level 7 (A Pathway to become a British Qualified Chartered Engineer) recognized by Engineering Council-UK and Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) as listed at S. No 111 of the Second Schedule of Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) website. URL: www.pec.com
Acceptance of other local qualifications would be subject to City & Guilds checks and approval.  City & Guilds branch / local office in Pakistan will/should be contacted for more details/ up-dated information about the eligible qualifications. For updated entry requirements, please contact the relevant awarding body.
Entry Requirements for various levels of City & Guilds qualifications are as under:
Post Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Level 7)

  • City & Guilds Graduate Diploma (Level 6) completed in the relevant technology.
  • B.E/B.S (Engineering), B.S Technology completed after 4 years of Intermediate / F.Sc / A-Level.
  • B-Tech (Hons) in the relevant technology from HEC recognized Universities.
  • Holders of other/ equivalent qualifications may be accepted with the approval of City & Guilds.

Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Level 6)

  • City & Guilds Advanced Technician Diploma (Level 5) completed in the relevant technology.
  • Edexcel HND (Level 5) completed in the relevant technology.
  • B-Tech (Pass) in the relevant technology from HEC recognized Universities.
  • Holders of other/ equivalent qualifications may be accepted with the approval of City & Guilds.

Advanced Technician Diploma (Level 5)

  • City & Guilds Technician Diploma (Level 3)
  • Edexcel Higher National Certificate (HNC/ Level 4) in the relevant technology.
  • Diploma of Associate Engineers (DAE) in the related technology (Civil/Electrical/Electronics).
  • Holders of other/ equivalent qualifications may be accepted with the approval of City & Guilds.

Technician Diploma (Level 3)

  • City & Guilds (Level 2) in related technology
  • F.Sc / Intermediate
  • GCE "A Level"
  • or Equivalent

Technician Diploma (Level 2)

  • Matric with Science
  • GCE /O Level
  • or Equivalent
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