Introduction to Electrical
Introduce yourself to the fundamentals of electricity in the industrial environment. Topics include - electrical components their uses and symbols, electronic circuit identification and elements, Ohms law, resistor color codes and test equipment. Plus hands on experimentation with basic electrical circuits.
Students will learn the tools and materials needed to work with electrical devices in commercial and industrial environments. You will learn how to install junction boxes, install lights, and identify electrical problems that you will be able to repair. Students will learn basic circuit layout and design, component installation, conduit bending, and code requirements based upon the latest national codes.
Industrial Power Distribution
Students will learn a foundational understanding of industrial power distribution. Students will be introduced to single and three phase power distribution, basic motor controllers, starters, relays, wiring standards, and variable frequency drives (VFD).
OSHA 10 Certification
OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration )10-hour training will help educate workers to predict, prevent, identify and stop possible common worksite hazards, and is required for many industry careers.
Student Support and Academic Services
- Access to student support advisors, who can provide career advisement and referral services.
- Access to academic, employability and interviewing support
- Access to employer networks