Electrical Level 1
This 113-hour construction course is designed for individuals who want to enter the construction or want to improve their current job skills. The course consists of both classroom and hands-on experience. Course content consists of an introduction to the profession, electrical safety, electrical theory 1 and 2, alternating current, electrical test equipment, introduction to the National Electrical Code, raceways, boxes and fittings, fasteners and anchors, hand bending, conductors, and conductor terminations and splices.
Electrical Level 2
This is an advanced 152.5-hour construction course designed for individuals who want to improve their current job skills as an electrician. The course consists of both classroom & hands on experience. The course content consists of alternating currents, motors: theory and application, grounding, conduit bending, boxes and fittings, conductor installation, cable tray, conductor termination and splices, installation of electrical services, circuit breakers and fuses, contactors and relays, and electric lighting.
Low Voltage Cabling
This 32-hour course provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to become a certified entry level technicians in the cabling industry. The course focuses on proper tool use and construction techniques, the characteristics of various industry standards and troubleshooting and repair. Students construct, test and troubleshoot copper-based cabling systems that are the basis of today's television, networking and satellite communications systems.