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Available Courses

Alternating Current

For safe and successful electrical installations, it’s important to have a sound understanding of both direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) electrical principles. This course describes AC circuits and explains how to apply Ohm’s law to resolve unknown circuit values.

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Basic Electrical Construction Documents

Approved construction plans include site plans and electrical drawings, as well as project specifications, such as floor plans, detail drawings, lighting plans, power riser diagrams, and schedules. These plans, along with the contractor’s bid, are legal documents. As a result, everyone working on a project must follow and maintain construction documents. This course describes how to read and interpret drawings used by electricians.

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Cable Tray

Cable trays are commonly used to support cable systems in industrial applications. This course covers various types of cable tray and their support systems. It also explains how to determine the structural load applied to a cable tray system and calculate the allowable fill per NEC ® requirements.

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Circuit Breakers and Fuses

Reliable protective devices prevent or minimize costly damage to conductors, transformers, motors, and the many other components that comprise a complete electrical system. Circuit breakers and fuses are two common protective devices used in electrical circuits. This course describes the operating principles of circuit breakers and fuses and explains how they are applied in today’s electrical systems.

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Conductor Installations

In most cases, the installation of conductors in raceway systems is merely routine. However, there are certain practices that can reduce labor and materials and help prevent damage to the conductors. This course describes how to prepare conduit for conductors. It also explains how to set up and complete a cable-pulling operation.

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Conductor Terminations and Splices

Anyone involved with electrical systems must be familiar with the many types of wire connectors and splices. Several factors determine how connections and splices must be fabricated in the field. This course explains how to prepare wires for both termination and splicing and how to fabricate sound electrical connections.

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Conductors and Cables

An electrician will select the correct wire or cable for the job and may also need to pull this wire or cable through conduit runs in order to terminate it. This course will review conductor types, cable markings, color codes, and ampacity derating. It will also outline how to install conductors using fish tape and power conduit fishing systems.

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Conduit Bending

The installation of intermediate metal conduit, rigid metal conduit, and electrical metallic tubing often requires many changes of direction in the runs, ranging from simple offsets at the point of termination to complicated angular offsets at columns, beams, and similar obstructions. This course describes how to make conduit bends using mechanical, hydraulic, and electric bending equipment.

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Control Systems and Fun Concepts

Contactors are used to make and break the electrical circuit serving high-current loads such as motors. Relays are electromagnetic devices that are used to provide additional control over motor starters, contactors, solenoids, timers, and other low-current loads. This course describes the operating principles of contactors, motor starters, and relays, and explains how to install and troubleshoot simple control circuits.

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Electrical Lighting

Lighting systems and fixtures found in residential and commercial buildings, industrial plants, and outdoor sites ideally provide illumination that fits the setting while maximizing comfort and minimizing eyestrain and fatigue. This course introduces the principles of human vision and the characteristics of light. It also introduces a variety of light sources and describes the operating characteristics and installation requirements of various lighting fixtures.

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Electrical Meters

When picking equipment for a task, it’s important to consider what is being measured, the level of accuracy needed, and all safety requirements. This course is about different types of electrical test equipment and how they are used. It also describes how to use meters safely and what category ratings mean.

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Electrical Theory

A complete understanding of electrical circuits is required to install safe and reliable electrical systems. This course reviews how to calculate equivalent resistance values and apply Ohm’s law to series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. This course will also examine Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws.

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Grounding and Bonding

The grounding system is an important part of an AC electrical system. Its purpose is to protect life and equipment against the various electrical faults that can occur. This course explains grounding and bonding requirements of the NEC®. It also explains how to size the main and system bonding jumpers as well as the grounding electrode conductor for various AC electrical systems.

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Hand Bending

The art of conduit bending and installation depends on the skills of the electrician. It also requires knowledge of basic conduit materials, terms, and procedures. This course describes methods for hand bending conduit. It covers 90° bends, back-to-back bends, offsets, and saddle bends. It also describes how to cut, ream, and thread conduit.

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Industry Introduction for Electricians

The electrical field depends on skilled workers. These workers install and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems and equipment. This course provides information on various career paths in the electrical field.

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Introduction to National Electrical Code

The National Electrical Code®, or NEC®, sets minimum standards for the safe installation of electrical wiring and equipment. This course will examine the purpose and history of the NEC® and will review how to navigate the NEC® to find specific installation requirements.

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Introduction to Electrical Circuits

All kinds of instruments use electrical circuitry to work. This course explains basic atomic theory and electrical theory. These are the ideas behind electricity in every setting. Learners will review electrical units of measurement and apply Ohm’s law and the power equation to find unknown values.

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Motors: Theory and Application

The electric motor is the workhorse of modern industry. Its functions are almost unlimited in scope. To power and control motors, compatible electrical power circuits with certain characteristics are needed. This course describes the construction and characteristics of both alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) motors, enabling the electrician to better understand their power and control requirements.

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Outlet, Device, Pull and Junction Boxes

To safely and properly install a complete electrical system, an electrician must know how to select, size, and install all types of electrical boxes. This course will explore the application of different electrical boxes and review how to calculate the NEC® fill requirements for outlet and junction boxes under 100 cubic inches (in3).

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Pull and Junction Boxes

Pull boxes and junction boxes are provided in an electrical installation to facilitate the installation of conductors and to provide a secure place for the connection of conductors. This course describes how to size and install pull and junction boxes. It also identifies various electrical enclosures, including various conduit bodies and handholes.

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Residential Wiring

To avoid faulty wiring in a home, it’s important to understand the basic steps for planning and installing a residential electrical system. These systems include heating and air conditioning, lighting, and household appliances. This course will examine basic load calculations and NEC ® requirements for residential electrical systems. It will also review how to lay out branch circuits, install wiring and wiring devices, and size outlet boxes.

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Safety for Electricians

Being an electrician can be a dangerous job. It’s important to stay mindful of things that can cause harm and to follow basic safety rules. This course provides information about the dangers of working with electricity and various types of personal protective equipment (PPE) used to keep people safe. Learners will review the rules related to electrical safety including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) lockout/tagout (LOTO) rule.

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Wireways, Raceways, and Fittings

Electrical raceway systems protect cables, wires, and busbars. It’s important to know how to correctly select and install the systems for many safety reasons. This course will review how to select and install the systems based on NEC ® requirements. It will also describe how different types of conduit are used for raceways.

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