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Electrician Course: Electrical Principles and Practices

Price: $1,076.00
SKU: CE-06
Electrician Course: Electrical Principles and Practices
Electrician Course: Electrical Principles and Practices
Electrician Course for Commercial and Industrial Electricians that have completed the Basic Electricity Course. More details...
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Electrician Training and Electrical Fundamentals -

Industrial Training School is offering this course on electrician training including electrical troubleshooting fundamentals using electrical principles and solve electricity problems. This electrician training course is a distant learning training in a format of a correspondence course by mail.

Testimony - "Thanks...learning and attaining a deeper electrical knowledge was the best..." Myron G.

Electrician Training Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals (using electrical principles and solve electricity problems) is a certificate course.

This correspondence course covers the basic electrical and electronics including fundamentals of of electrical principles and electrical practices and electricity problems. As a job training program training course, the student electrician and employer will benefit by increasing the student's knowledge. This electrician training course is suited for the following jobs:

Beginner Electrician
Maintenance Mechanic
Building Maintenance Worker
Instrument Tech
Electrical Sales
Service Tech
Manufacturer's Rep - Representative
Physical Utility Engineer
Power Plant Worker
Utility Worker

The electrician training covers fundamentals of electrical troubleshooting. In addition to covering basic electrical and electronics the training presents electrical fundamental concepts using practical industrial applications. Your textbook comes with CD so you can work problems on your computer, however a computer is not required. This electrician training course does not require the internet either.

The Electrician Training Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals (using electrical principles and solve electricity problems) training course (a certificate training course) covers the following outline and topics:

Fundamentals of Electricity and Being an Electrician:
What is Electricity and Matter
Electrical Theory, Atoms and Elements and Compounds Used with Electricity
Electric Charges and Electron Flow
The Importance of Electrical Safety and Safe Electrical Practices in the Work Place and Job

Electrical References and Tools You Need for Electric Troubleshooting and Working as an Electrician:
The Need for Math Principles and Math Applications in Electricity and Being An Electrician
Customary and Common Electrical Numbering Systems
Color Codes Encountered as an Electrician !
Pulley Sizes, Energy Efficient Motors, Volts per Hertz Ratio

Volts, Amperes, Ohms Law, Power and other Basic Electrical Units:
Describe the Following Electrical Units
Power Factor and Phase Shifts
Capacitive Circuits, Inductive Circuits, and Resistive Circuits
Explain What Insulators and Conductors Are and Identify Them
What are the Differences in Temperature, Heat and Light

Learning the Basic Electrical Principles of How You Measure Electricity:
Define Metering and Explain the Types of Meters
What is an Analog Meter and Digital Meter and What are Their Metering Characteristics
What is a Ghost Voltage
How to Take an Electrical Measurement: Voltage, Current, Resistance, Conductivity, Temperature, Scopes, and Digital Logic Probes
What is the Deal About Electrical Symbols to an Electrician

Circuit Conductors, Connections, and Protection:
What About Electric Conduit
Define Cabling and their Voltage Types and What Electrical Applications and How They Apply
Why Size Electrical Cable and am I Using the Right Size Cable
So, What is Over Current and Why Is Over Current Protection Needed
What is a Patch Cord Connection
Why Should I Need to Know About Wire Splicing and How Is Wire Splicing Done

Ohms Law and Power Formula:
How Do You Calculate and Combine Ohms to Power Formula
How to Apply Ohms Law and the Power Formula to Design or Troubleshoot a Circuit

What are Series Circuits and Parallel Circuits:
Connections and Polarity
Resistance, Voltage, Current and Power
What are the Electrical Applications of Series Circuits and Parallel Circuits
How are Capacitors Used in These Electrical Circuits
How are Batteries and Solar Cells Used and Connected in Series Circuits and Parallel Circuits
Using Compound Series and Parallel Circuits with Design and Electrical Troubleshooting

The Magic of Magnetism in Electric Solenoids and Electric Transformers:
Explain Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Describe the Difference Between Solenoids and Transformers and Identify Their Components
Why Size an Electrical Transformer and How: Current Draw, Temperature Compensation, Transformer Taps / Connections

Electric Motors in Industry:
Identify Electric Motors and the Motor Components
Single Phase Motors, Split Phase Motors and Capacitor Motors
Three Phase Motors or Poly Phase Motors
DC Motors
What is Work, Horsepower, HP, Motor Torque, and Motor Speeds

What Circuit Elements and What are Complex Circuits:
Describe and Identify Basic Circuit Elements and the Electrical Properties of Circuit Elements
What are Load Power Requirements and Power Sources
High and Low Voltage and Voltage Stabilizers and Transient Voltage
Explain Electrical Requirements for: Control, Protection, Monitoring, Improper Phase Sequencing

The Electrician Training Electrical Troubleshooting Fundamentals (using electrical principles and solve electricity problems) is a Certificate Course as a distant learning course using the format of a correspondence course by Mail. The course lessons and their quizzes are open book.

The student and the employer receive benefit and ultimately recognized for with prospective advancement.

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- Medium
Average Hours of Completion-200 Hours
Course Degree of Difficulty -4 Stars
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. 1 Star - Easiest to 5 Stars Most Difficult
Course is Equivalent to 10 CEH (Continuing Educational Contact Hours) and Can Be Applied to National Association of Stationary Operating Engineers Accredited Contact Hours Requirements.

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