The craft certificate in electrical and electronic technology power option course is designed for Kenya Certificate of Education graduates (or equivalent qualifications), to provide trainees with skills, knowledge and attitude for the installation, operation, service and maintenance of electrical installation systems and basic electronic equipment.
The course is in modular form and it is designed to enable trainees acquire adequate competence for formal and informal employment and also to prepare them for further training.
The course is divided in modules. Each module prepares the trainee to perform specific tasks whose total value combined will impart the desired competence to the trainees, to produce the required graduate at the end of the course.
Before the end of the course, every trainee shall undergo industrial attachment/internship of 330 hours. Industrial attachment shall be an integral part of training and its assessment shall form part of the final grade and certification. This is supervised by the institution and the organization where the trainee is attached.
The KNEC will issue the candidates with result slips for Modules passed and a final certificate in Craft certificate in Electrical and electronic technology, power option.
The training institution will conduct course work and/or project work assessment based on the competences acquired during the training. The institutions will offer internal examinations at the end of each module and keep these records for use at the end of the course to determine the final grade. The course work or project work and/or assessments shall also be used during the re-entry to the course or for the award of credit transfer.
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) will offer external examinations to trainees in all modules covered during the training.