Electronic Control and Digital Electronics at Levels 2 and 3 cover the basics of electronics and are designed to introduce the field of learning. As this subject becomes increasingly embedded in electrical systems, students need to learn how Electronic Control and Digital Electronics modules receive inputs, how inputs are processed and produce outputs, the form of the output and how it affects the operation of the electrical system. It is assumed that students will have no previous electronic background.
In Levels 3 and 4, students continue with theoretical and practical implementation of the learning material. Some of the Level 2 theoretical knowledge is repeated in greater detail to further develop basic knowledge. In Level 3 students will begin to see the connections between electronic system components and the functions of the module.
By Level 4 students should be able to integrate modules into a system that is operational.