This program provides graduates with the theory and practical skills necessary to enter the electrical trade. The electrical worker plans, assembles, installs, tests, repairs and maintains electrical equipment and systems in commercial, industrial and marine facilities.
The program emphasizes a hands-on approach to training, where experience gained in the workshop is focused on industry practice. The necessary theoretical component is integrated into the program to complement and enhance the practical work. Industry tours will expose the student to a variety of work environments.
|TELX 1151||Applied Mechanics||4.0|
|TELX 1152||Fundamentals of Electricity||8.0|
|TELX 1154||Principles of Magnetism||4.0|
|TELX 1156||Wiring Methods||12.0|
|TELX 1158||Electrical Code, Plans and Specifications||8.0|
|TELX 2131||AC Circuit Analysis||2.0|
|TELX 2135||Electronic Devices||2.0|
|TELX 2137||Basic Motor Control||4.0|
|TELX 2140||Computer Skills and Job Preparation||4.0|