The sine qua non of our daily lives: mobile phones, laptops, wireless communications, electronic displays, the electrical power grid, ATM transactions etc. are all evidences of the impact and continual innovation of electrical engineering. As an electrical engineer, you'll design, develop and maintain electrical control systems and components to required specifications. Your work will focus on economy, quality, reliability, safety, sustainability. Electrical engineers are involved in projects from the concept and detail of the design, through to implementation, testing and handover. You may also be involved in maintenance programmes.
The electrical equipment that you'll design and manufacture is used across many sectors, including
The building industry and services, including lighting, heating and ventilation
Transportation and transport networks
Manufacturing and construction
Production and distribution of power.
All five Diploma courses offered at AIEM-P follow a common curriculum for the first year, consisting of basic sciences, maths, technical drawing, Mechanics, communications, and some workshop modules. This structure can be found under "curriculum" of the Basic Science and Humanities section on this website.