Electrical Theory – AC & DC (Tier 1) 1ELT01 150 hours
This course is designed to give students an understanding of how electricity works. This aids in troubleshooting and circuit design. Students will be presented with practical examples and develop the skills required to solve them.
Safety and Math for Electricians 1ELT02 15 hours
The Safety component of this course is designed to give students a clear understanding of the dangers of in their chosen field. Students will train and obtain their OSHA 10 certification at completion. The Math component of this course will refresh student on math used in the trades. Students will be presented with real world examples and taught how to solve them
Conductor Sizing, Box and Conduit Fill 1ELT03 30 hours
This course is designed to teach students how to properly size a wire, a box, and a conduit. Students will be given diagrams and will develop the skills required to size all boxes, wires and pipes.
Introduction to the NEC 1ELT05 30 hours
Students will learn to navigate the National Electrical Code (NEC) and apply its requirements to the skills they are developing through shop projects.
Residential Wiring 1ELT06 150 hours
Through this course students will develop the skills required to complete the basic installation of electrical power in a residence. Students will actively wire receptacles, switches, and lights, adhering to the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Electrical Theory/Code (Tier 2) 2ELT01 150 hours
In this course students will be introduced to different wiring methods an dh ow they relate to the code book. Students will work on practical problems and relate what they have learned to their hands on practical projects.
Conduit Bending 2ELT02 90 hours
Students will be introduced to the art of conduit ending. They will practice and refine these skills in practical applications in shop.
Commercial Wiring 2ELT03 90 hours
This course is designed to teach students the basics of installing electrical systems in commercial applications. Students will actively wire receptacles, switches, and lights meeting the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Load Calculations, Residential & Commercial 2ELT04 30 hours
Students will learn how to calculate electrical service sizes for both commercial and residential properties. Utilizing the National Electrical Code (NEC) as a resource they will identify the proper tables and perform calculations based on requirements.
Transformer Wiring 2ELT05 15 hours
Students will be taught what a transformer is, their uses, as well as how to properly connect and ground a transform. This course includes instruction on how to safely test a transformer.