This course introduces the care and use of tools and materials used in electrical installations as well as the requirements of the National Electrical Code. Topics include lighting, overcurrent protection, conductors, branch circuits, condelectrical, and safety and electrical blueprint reading. Upon completion, participants should be able to properly install conduits, wiring, and electrical distribution equipment associated with basic electrical installations
Understanding the basic electrical theories
Being familiar with the codes and standards related to residential wiring
Understanding electrical plans
Learning how to use electrical installation tools
Learning how to use materials and equipment in electrical installations
Who Should Attend?
Anyone aspiring to increase his capabilities in this area
Review of electrical theory
Electrical power and energy
Codes and standards
Blueprint reading of electrical plans
Tools, materials, and equipment used in electrical installations
Types of connections
Roughing in services
Wiring methods using non-metallic sheathed cable
Wiring methods using armored flexible cable
Wiring methods using conduit
Switches and switching circuits
Introduction to “Low Voltage” systems
Multiple family dwelling
Estimating electrical wiring
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