This course provides the knowledge and skills to become an electrician or pursue other careers in the electrical trade.
These courses provide the knowledge and skills for becoming an electrician or pursuing other careers in the electrical trade. It includes theory and practice on:
Hands-on instruction in standardized wiring techniques, methods, and materials will take place with instructor supervision in a lab equipped to simulate real conditions.
This course consists of three classes: Levels 1, 2, and 3 for classroom and hands-on training.
The course provides an introduction to:
Students will learn basic electrical wiring concepts, electrical theory, Ohm's law and types of services for residential applications.
Builds upon the skills learned in Level 1.
Students will study:
Students will expand their knowledge of the National Electrical Codes, calculations, wiring devices, and troubleshooting.
Builds upon the skills learned in Level 2
The course will provide advanced study in residential wiring techniques. Topics will include:
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|Residential Wiring, Intermed||ELC-7010-300||01/08/2024-04/22/2024 Classroom Hours Monday, Wednesday 05:30PM - 09:00PM, Building - J, Room 221A||15|
|Residential Wiring, Intro||ELC-7009-300||01/09/2024-04/18/2024 Classroom Hours Tuesday, Thursday 05:30PM - 09:00PM, Building - J, Room 232 (more)...||4|
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