With five years of experience in the field of engineering diploma and certificate of equivalence for athletes (all documents)
Excellent communication skills to explain technical specifications to colleagues and customers
Writing skills for the preparation of manuals, sub-lists, proposals and design documentation
Ability to supervise technicians
Focus and concentration to understand complex electrical systems
Self-motivation to keep track of current electrical progress using new technologies
Use of industry-specific tools to analyse and test electronics
Time management skills for meeting deadlines
Electrical technicians are vital for the design, development and maintenance of electrical control systems, equipment and machines. They operate in a wide range of domains and subdomains, as well as power, telecommunications, construction, transport and other industries, striving to ensure electrical systems are not only suitable for the purpose, but also meet the required specifications.
From the initial concept to the design, testing, deployment, and transfer of the Stage, they are most often involved in projects from the very beginning, and it will be crucial to ensure that the tasks are completed on time.