Accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)
This program prepares students to install, maintain, and repair electrical systems and equipment.
Apprentice electrician, cable TV installer, electrician's helper, electric motor repairer, electrical technician, maintenance electrician.
Summary of Required Hours
Introduction to the electrical trade, electrical safety, electrical theory DC /AC, National electrical code, Blueprint reading, conduit bending, electrical test equipment, cable tray, motors.
Conductor Terminations, Grounding and bonding, residential electrical services, overcurrent protection, Lighting, hazardous locations, distribution equipment, Transformers, Health Care Facilities, Standby and Emergency Systems, Heat Tracing, Special Locations for NEC code.
Fire alarm systems, Specialty Transformers, HVAC Controls, Medium-Voltage Terminations, Motor Operation and Maintenance, Advanced Motor Control, Programmable Logic Control.
Students register for IE 000 each term until all clock hours are earned.