Understanding Construction Blueprints

This course prepares attendees to read and understand blue prints, symbols and the installation of other specialty trades. Learn how to use blueprints to plan the course of work, understand where material needs to be placed and staged for efficient installation. This course also builds a foundation for estimating skills.

Details: Classroom and Hands- On Training for 40 Continuing Education Units. Pre-Requisite Required: 2 years field experience.

Advanced Motor Control Part 1 & 2

Control Lab. Expand your knowledge of ladder and line diagrams, wiring relays and their function. Also promotes an understanding of circuits and troubleshooting with hands on activities to help you acquire new skills

Details: Classroom and Hands- On Training for 40 Continuing Education Units. Pre-Requisite Required: Electrical Theory 1 & 2 or Motor Control 1 & 2.

Reading, Writing and Understanding Diagrams

This 8 hour class helps the electrician read, understand and write line and ladder diagrams. Get hands on practice based on multiple electrical projects.

Details: Classroom style with hands-on training for 8 Continuing Education Units, 2 days for 4 hours. This course adds value to anyone seeking information on electrical diagrams.

Relays, Switches and Starters

This 8 day course provides and introduction to electrical logic, manual and magnetic starters, switches, relays and sensors, starters, contacts and contactors, components of a control drawing, formatting and reading control drawings and wiring relays, contactors and starters.

Details: Classroom style with hands-on training for 16 Continuing Education Units, 4 days for 4 hours. This course adds value to anyone seeking information on electrical controls.

Understanding Basic Motor Controls

This 8 day course provides and introduction to basic motor controls and NEC Article 430. Receive and introduction to the basic principles of motor controls, understand definitions, abbreviations and symbols. Get information and hands on practice for various switches like, relays and push buttons. Learn about basic control circuits, overcurrent protection, reversing controls, controls for multiple motors and miscellaneous requirements.

Details: Classroom style with hands-on training for 16 Continuing Education Units, 4 days for 4 hours. This course adds value to anyone with at least 2 years of field experience and seeking information on electrical controls.