Industrial Electricity

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INSTRUCTOR:  MARK GUERTIN
 
The Industrial Electricity student will learn the National Electrical Code and how it applies to Industrial, Commercial, and Residential wiring. Among the topics covered will be Motor Control, Variable Speed Drives, Relay Logic, Transformers, Service Entrance Panels, PLC, and Residential Wiring.
 
Training equipment used include various meter types, common hand tools, conduit benders, motor control trainers, PLC trainers, assorted wiring devices, service entrance simulator, remote control hoist simulator, power tools, small robot, tachometer and megger.  Each students has his or her own computer with the necessary programs to learn about ac/dc, motors, troubleshooting motor control systems, to name a few.  The course includes bookwork, computer, and hands-on training. This program will also prepare the student to take the state Electricians test (LLE--Limited License Electrician).
 
TYPICAL SUBJECTS TAKEN FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY
  • Safety
  • Motor Control
  • Variable Speed Drives
  • Relay Logic
  • Transformers
  • Service Entry Panels
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Residential Wiring
  • National Electrical Code
  • Basic Electronics
  • Meters
  • Timers/Drives
  • Prepares for jobs as construction electrician, maintenance electrician, service electrician.
AWARDS
Electrician Helper
432 hours/Certificate
Electrician Apprentice I
864 hours/Certificate
Electrician Apprentice II
1296 hours/Diploma
Industrial Electrician
1728 hours/Diploma
Highest Award - Diploma
Program Length -16 months
 
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