This programme aims to provide the trade practitioners specific vocational and professional education & training in some key areas of Power Engineering including permit-to-work safety system, design, installation, testing and commissioning, operation and maintenance of the high-voltage power systems.
Programme Structure (Core + Power Systems or Power Plants Stream)
EEE4001X - Safe Operation and Maintenance of High Voltage Installations (39 hrs)*
EEE4002X - Design of High Voltage Power Supply Systems (52 hrs)*
EEE4003X - Practices of Inspection, Testing and Commissioning on High Voltage Switchboard and its Ancillary Equipment (52 hrs)*
Power Systems Stream
EEE4004X - Power System Protection and Control System (33 hrs)
EEE4005X - Power System Cables (33 hrs)
EEE4006X - Power System Overhead Lines (30 hrs)
EEE4007X - Power System Plant Equipment (30 hrs)
EEE4008X - Power System Planning & Design (27 hrs)
Power Plants Stream
EEE4022X - Control and Automation (36 hrs)
EEE4023X - Electrical Rotating Machines (27 hrs)
EEE4024X - Materials and Chemistry (30 hrs)
EEE4025X - Mechanical Equipment (36 hrs)
EEE4026X - Electrical Systems (24 hrs)
Learners should select the module set of either Power Systems Stream or Power Plants Stream for completion of the Professional Diploma.
*High Voltage part of the programme, learners may apply for an award, Professional Certificate in High Voltage Engineering, after completion of these three modules.
Students' performance in each module is assessed by Continuous Assessment (CA) and End-of-Module Assessment (EA). Assessments are conducted in English.
- 2 to 3 nights per week, 18:45 - 21:45
- Practical lessons may be arranged in Saturday (13:00 - 17:00 or 18:00 - 22:00), detail arrangement will be announced during class.
- In special circumstances, some lessons may be conducted in online mode.
- Duration: 296 hrs. The whole programme can be completed in around 12 to 15 months.
The programme is accredited by Electrical and Mechanical Services Department as one of the approved training programmes serving the high-voltage engineering industry. Learners may register as Grade H Registered Electrical Worker (REW) if he/she has already held a Grade B or Grade C REW certificate at the time when he/she has completed part of the PD programme and obtained the intermediate award, i.e. Professional Certificate in High Voltage Engineering.