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Electricity Course, Basic Electrical Course for Beginners

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Basic Electricity and Basic Electrical Training Courses for beginners covering electricity and electrical theory as a Basic Electricity Correspondence Course. More details...
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Electricity Course, Basic Electrical Course for Beginners
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Basic Electricity - Electrical Primer for Beginners: A Distant Learning Electric Training Correspondence Course

Industrial Training School is providing this Basic Electricity and Basic Electrical Training Course for beginners that covers electricity and electrical theory as what is traditionally known as a Basic Electricity Correspondence Course.

This electrical primer for beginners introduces and begins to familiarize students with the basics of electricity and its practical applications. Thoroughly easy-to-understand study material, which includes topics on the sources of electricity, types of electrical circuits, operating principles of electric motors, measuring instruments, generators and transformers, what is meant by inductance and capacitance and covers solid-state devices.

Testimony - "...thanks for the comments [with additional electrical concepts] and help [with course]..." Jeff M.

"...course was great! ...enjoyed it." Charles C.


The Basic Electricity: Basic Electrical Training Courses distant learning course outline is as follows:

    • The Electrician
    • What are Electric Units to know: Volts, Amperes, Ohms
    • What Instruments and Meters will you need and How to Read a Meter
    • Why is Ohm's Law Important for DC/AC
    • How is Power Conceived and Measured
    • What is a Series Circuits
    • What is a Parallel Circuits
    • What Sources of Electricity can you find in your Workplace - Batteries
    • What Other Sources of Electricity Should You Think About - Friction, Heat, Pressure, Light
    • Why is Magnetism Important
    • How Do Motors Work
    • Explain How a Direct Current Generator Functions
    • How to Discuss, Picture and Conceptualize AC or Alternating Current
    • What is Capacitance and How is a Capacitor Used
    • Explain the Function of Inductance and How it is Created
    • How do Transformers Work
    • Semiconductors & Integrated Circuits verses Basic Electricity

As a knowledge based course, Basic Electricity: Basic Electrical Training Course for beginners is a distant learning course in the format of a correspondence courses by mail. The lessons and their quizzes are by open book and sent in modules.

Industrial Training School is a provider of correspondence courses to corporations, small businesses, universities, non-profits and government for their employees or sponsorships.


Math Level- Moderate

Average Hours of Completion- 70 Hours

Course Degree of Difficulty - 1 to 2
Tools Required: None


You have one-year to complete the course. You can request a one-time 6-month extension with a $50 extension fee.
This is a flexible plan to meet your demanding schedule.

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