ID No. 0000069776: Electrical Inspection Foundation (TÜV)

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Certification Program Title:Electrical Inspection Foundation (TÜV)
Admission Requirements:

The participants bring the following educational and professional background:

  • High-School degree in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
    AND
  • Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Power Point)
    AND
  • Successful passing the Phase 1 - Academic Foundation Program at NITI with a defined level of English, Mathematics and Science.

Only candidates who joined all the term related units with an attendance record of 80% are allowed to participate in the Term Tests.

Examination Components:

Term Test 1 comprises Units 1-2
Term Test 2 comprises Units 3-5
Term Test 3 comprises Units 6-8

  • Unit competence (formative) is assessed through knowledge (online assessment), performance (practical assessment) or combination consisting of both.
  • Term assessment (summative) consisting of a cluster of units always take the form of a combination assessment where both theoretical knowledge and practical application is assessed.
  • The acquisition of practical skills in favour of theoretical skills is supported through a ratio weighting of 70:30 in the summative term assessment.

The average of all accumulated Unit results weights 40% of the Final Term result. The Term Test weights 60% of the Final Term result. This system is applied for all three Term Tests.

The end of program summary result is taken from the average of the accumulated 3 (three) Term Final results.

Required Competencies:

In the examination participants prove their skills and knowledge in the following areas:

  • Electrical principles
    Electrical safety
    Electrical theory
    Introduction to electrical circuits
    Introduction to the National Electrical Code
    Electrical wiring
    Electrical test equipment
    AC current and three phase systems
  • Bench work
    Hand and power tools for electrical technicians
    Conduit bending
    Raceways and fittings
    Soldering and crimped connections
  • Inspection
    Roles and responsibilities
    Types of inspection
    Quality control and assurance
    Visual inspection
  • Lighting systems
    Electrical lighting
    Installation and testing of lighting system
    Inspection on lighting system accessories
    Grounding inspection
  • Battery systems
    Introduction to standby and emergency systems
    Inspection on DC and battery system
  • Power distribution systems
    Basic power distribution equipment
    Inspection of power distribution equipment
  • Motors and motor control
    Basic principle and types of DC motors
    Basic principle and types of AC motors
    Inspection and testing of motors
    Inspection of motor control circuit
  • Electrical control and plant systems
    Introduction to electrical switching and control devices
    Inspection of electrical switching and control devices

Detailed Terminal and Enabling objectives are provided in both the outline (terminal) and proposal (enabling) documents provided.

Only successful candidates who have acquired the above listed skills will be eligible to join the next two phases at the clients in-company training premises as they are called “on-the job-training” (Phase 3) and “specialised training” (Phase 4).

Cooperation Partner:National Industrial Training Institute (NITI)
Currently implemented in:Saudi Arabia