This program is designed to teach students the basic technical skills, abilities and work habits required to pursue an entry-level position as an electrical technician. Graduates of this program will be able to apply the concepts of electrical theory learned with technical skills developed in adherence with the safe practice of standards as set forth by OSHA and the EPA. Graduates of this program may find entry-level employment as wire installers, trouble shooters and electrician assistants.
|COURSE ID||COURSE||LEC HR||LAB HR||TOTAL HR||CREDIT HR|
|ELT 101||Introduction to Electrical Technician||10||0||10||0|
|ELT 102||Safety, Tools and Material Handling||10||10||20||0|
|ELT 103||OSHA and EPA Regulations||10||10||20||0|
|ELT 104||Electrical Theory||30||30||60||0|
|ELT 105||Code Requirements||5||5||10||0|
|ELT 106||Conduit, Raceways, Panel Boards and Switchboards||10||40||50||0|
|ELT 107||Job Search Techniques||10||0||10||0|
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Updated: 3/25/20 10pm.