Course Descriptions

Transformers 3

Instructor: Mike Dudley Room Number: A-4 Course Description: This class is a continuation of Transformers 1 & 2 and gives an in-depth overview of the previously learned lessons. Book Fee: $85.00

Transformers 2

Instructor: Mike Dudley Room Number: A-4 Course Description: This class provides a comprehensive overview of transformer operation, maintenance, installation, and troubleshooting, beginning with a thorough discussion of magnets, magnetism, electromagnetism, and how these apply to transformer operation. Subsequent chapters include the latest information on how transformers are used to reduce harmful effects of harmonics, and(…)

Transformers 1

Instructor: Mike Dudley Room Number: A-3 Course Description: This class is designed to teach the fundamentals of transformers and the different types of transformers. The students begin with the basic understanding of the function and fundamental design of transformers, how to identify and make single-phase transformer connections, and then are slowly introduced to the proper(…)

Torque

Instructor: Tate Goodwin Room Number: A-7 Course Description: This one session class introduces why torque is important in the electrical industry by explaining torque theory, special definitions, torque conversion, friction, phases of fastening, and factors that affect torque. Section II describes the basic principles of fasteners which include markings, class/ grade, bolt tension and strength,(…)

Test Instruments 1

Instructor: Joel Albano Room Number: A-1 Course Description: Test Instruments class begins with an introduction to test instruments and their general use in their specific applications in the industry. Once a thorough overview has been discussed, the class focuses on several test instruments. It begins it’s in depth study with the voice-data-video (VDV) and power(…)

Telephone Systems (** VDV program class)

Instructor: Rodney Bearden Room Number: VDV-Lab Course Description: The telephone, born in America over one hundred years ago, has become the magic link by which a person can communicate with people across a street, across a city, or across a continent. It accepts the sounds of the human voice, transforms them into signals we cannot(…)

Structured Cabling (** VDV program class)

Instructor: Rodney Bearden Room Number: VDV-Lab Course Description: The Structured Cabling class introduces the student to premises cabling, the related safety codes, and the TIA/EIA standards and codes. With these fundamentals in place, the class further explains the need for structured cabling systems through exploring the system overview. Subsequently, the student begins to study in(…)

Semi-Conductors

Instructor: Joel Albano Room Number: A-1 Course Description: Every electrical worker at some point in time will encounter the need to have fundamental knowledge about the operation of a digital circuit. This could be while working with an automation circuit, process control equipment, or any number of other types of equipment. This fundamental knowledge will(…)

Security Systems (** VDV program class)

Instructor: Rodney Bearden Room Number: VDV-Lab Course Description: From the basic security system to understanding the differences between the analog and digital signals of telephone circuitry . This class starts out by covering the basic security system and several components of the system, such as magnetic contacts, passive infrared motion detectors, and glassbreak sensors. The(…)

Rigging and Lifting

Instructor: Bill Harper Room Number: A-7 Course Description: During the course of a construction project, the electrical worker is often called upon to deliver equipment and materials to various locations around the jobsite. There are occasions when equipment and materials are too heavy to be moved by hand and requires the assistance of some type(…)

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