- November 19, 2019 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
This 3-hour class is an introduction and overview to Electricity, how it works, and how it is measured using the functions of Voltage – Amperage – Watts – Resistance. Ohms law and its applications will assist in defining and understanding troubleshooting components. The basics of electrical circuits, typical residential wiring, breakers, service box connections, grounding wires and cable color and insulation codes will be covered. Additional topics include: safety, American wire gauge and amperage, OSHA, and basic techniques of electrical troubleshooting.
Topics covered in this class will include:
- Safety – Lock-out / Tag-out procedures
- AWG and other common uses of the National Electrical Code
- Wires, Cables, and insulation color coding
- Fundamentals of Ohm’s Law and how to use it.
- The differences between AC versus DC power
- Differences between Series and Parallel circuits, and reading schematics
- Basic wiring and Three way and Four way lighting switches
- Troubleshooting typical residential circuits and electrical components
*** Please arrive by 8:30 am for registration; Session will start promptly at 9:00 am ***
For a full refund, cancellation needs to be completed 7 days prior to training session date. You will be charged full registration if cancellation is not done within that stated period.
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