Course Description

  • The Electricity/Electronics Program is a two year STATE CERTIFIED program which allows students the opportunity to attain entry level job skills and/or prepare for additional in-depth training in the electricity and electronics field. Students typically learn:

    1] Residential Wiring: Including various switches, receptacles, lighting, fans, breaker panels and service entrances which must conform to the National Electrical Code.

    2] Commercial/Industrial Wiring: Including bending and installing rigid, PVC, EMT, flexible and liquidtite conduits.

    3] Alarm Systems: Installing a central alarm system with window and door sensors, smoke alarms, motion detectors, strobe lights etc.

    4] Soldering Kits: Making solder splices and joints for installing resistors, capacitors, LED’s, transistors etc. onto printed circuit boards.

    5] Motor Controls: Panel building, including motors, relays and contactors and PLC’s [time permitting].

    6] Modular House: Students are given the opportunity to do a complete wiring job on a modular house that is built by the carpentry students on-site and is auctioned off to the public.

    THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE EXCITING AND EDUCATIONAL MODULES YOU MAY LEARN!

     

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