Take the first step into a lucrative and rewarding career; gain the skills and knowledge you need to work in the electrical industry. Alongside electrical instillation, fault finding, testing and inspection, you’ll learn how to work safely and efficiently in the electrical environment. You will also form and assemble electrical cable enclosures and support systems, and maintain electrical equipment.
The workforce is projected to expand by 8% over the period to 2024, adding 3,280 jobs. In the same period, 24% of the workforce is projected to retire, creating 10,375 job openings.
Electrical engineers undertake research and design, direct construction and manage the operation and maintenance of electrical equipment, power stations, building control systems and other electrical products and systems.