This course is the introduction to the electrical trade. It covers the math used in electrical calculations, Ohm's Law, and electrical fundamentals.
This course continues with the electrical fundamentals from Electrical IA and introduces apprentices to the National Electrical Code (NEC). This course also includes wiring basic electrical circuits and bending conduit.
Apprentices learn how to layout and install branch circuits in all areas of residential construction with emphasis on the National Electrical Code.
This course is an introduction to the layout and construction of residential electrical systems. It emphasizes the National Electrical Code as it relates to residential wiring. Apprentices calculate electrical service requirements, size over-current devices, and different conductors.
This course is an introduction to the design and construction of commercial electrical systems. It emphasizes the National Electrical Code as it relates to commercial electrical systems.
This course is a continuation of Electrical IIIA. Apprentices learn to calculate electrical service and branch circuits requirements for commercial electrical systems.
This course deals with motor control circuits and electrical devices used in commercial electrical systems. Apprentices use the National Electrical Code to properly size branch circuit and feeder conductors and over-current protection for motors.
This course is a continuation of Electrical IVA. Apprentices use the National Electrical Code to calculate feeder loads, size panel boards, and parallel conductors. This course also covers transformer theory and low-voltage systems.
This course covers relevant parts of the National Electric Code, emphasizing the calculations used in the code so that students are prepared to successfully complete the journeyman electrician or electrical contractor's exams.