This course includes an introduction to electrical theory and series and parallel circuits. Topics include alternating current, Ohm's Law, meters, grounding, preview of the National Electric Code, troubleshooting, and repair. NOTE: Completion of ELTR 1200 with a grade of C or better is required to advance to next level class.
This course is designed to give students a basic knowledge of the electrical circuitry found in residential wiring. Students learn to apply the National Electrical Code standards.
This course includes the study of branch circuits, wiring methods, and application of the National Electrical Code. Following the requirements of the National Electrical Code, students learn how to select the proper type and size of boxes, raceways, and conductors. Students also learn how to calculate box fill, conduit fill, and conduit bending.
This course provides students with a general understanding of blueprint reading including an overview of architectural drawings and mechanical drawings with an emphasis on electrical drawings.
This course gives students a basic knowledge of the low-voltage components found in commercial buildings and dwellings including telephone, data networking, CATV, and lighting controls.
This course trains students to properly use the National Electrical Code.
This course gives students an understanding of the electric service, system transformers, and the principals of grounding and bonding electrical systems.
This course permits instruction in special content areas not included in other courses in the Electrical Technology program.
The internship provides students with the opportunity to apply their knowledge, learn new techniques, and get on-the-job training at an approved work site. To develop an internship to meet their academic and career goals, interested students must contact their program faculty. Based on Nebraska State Electrical Board guidelines, students must complete 400 hours of work related to the electrical trade. NOTE: Completion of ELTR 2981 with a grade of C or better is required to complete program.