Electrical Installers in Civil Housing

Information regarding the study program

The main purpose of this training is to meet the demands of the labor market, and provide with support respective stakeholders. Due to the peculiarities of the profession, candidates are over 16 years old as well as young people who have completed secondary education and persons who own a profession. In addition, their profession is a demand in the labor market and regardless nationality and gender.  On completion of this course, candidates can be promoted in the workplace, increase employment opportunities but also have the opportunity to continue with other qualifications.


Expected Outcomes

  • Describes the specifics of the IEBC profession;
  • The trainee defines the basic notions of electricity;
  • The trainee demonstrates the application of basic electricity laws to electrical installations;
  • The trainee measures the electrical quantities with the appropriate measuring instruments;
  • The trainee identifies and demonstrates the properties and uses of the main wiring materials;
  • The trainee identifies and shows the properties and uses of the main elements of electrical installations;
  • The trainee identifies the working tools of the electrical installer and indicates their uses;
  • The trainee describes the rules of protection at work during electrical installations;
  • The trainee uses protective equipment at work;
  • The trainee describes the procedures for first aid for those injured by electric shock;
  • The trainee interprets simple wiring diagrams and schemes;
  • The trainee implements simple sketches and schemes to build wiring models;
  • The trainee sets quotas for electrical installations;
  • The trainee opens the channels for the wiring;
  • The trainee opens the holes and sockets for the wiring;
  • The trainee plasters the pipes and boxes in the respective channels and sockets;
  • The trainee lays the conductor wires in the pipes and boxes;
  • The trainee fixes the boxes and cables in the electrical installations on the wall The trainee; connects the conductors and the electric cables to each other;
  • The trainee connects conductors and cables to the elements of the electrical installation;
  • The trainee assembles the elements of the electrical installation;
  • The trainee describes the cabinets and their constituent elements;
  • The trainee sets the main cabinet with the constituent elements;
  • The trainee places the cable connection box (CCC) and their elements;
  • The trainee sets the distribution tables and constituent elements;
  • The trainee performs electrical connections of cabinet elements;
  • The trainee makes the electrical connections of the cabinets;
  • The trainee describes the earthing features of the building. The trainee performs grounding of the building;
  • The trainee describes the procedures for determining and avoiding defects in electrical installations;
  • The trainee identifies and avoids the most common wiring defects;
  • IEBC Trainee describes the economic aspects in electrical installations;
  • The trainee performs economic calculations of simple electrical installations;

Duration of the program

369 hours or 4 months

Credits obtained on completion of this program

Credits 19 (1 credit=20 hours)

An overview of subjects regarding this program

  1. Introduction to IEBC profession;
  2. Materials, elements and tools of work in electrical installations;
  3. Occupational protection in electrical installations;
  4. Implementation of wiring schemes;
  5. Opening channels, holes and sockets in electrical installations;
  6. Installation of pipes, boxes, conductors and cables;
  7. Connection of conductors and assembly of electrical circuit elements;
  8. Wiring cabinets;
  9. Earthing of buildings;
  10. Electrical installation review;
  11. Economic calculations in IEBC works;