Course Descriptions

Fiber Optics (** VDV program class)

Instructor: Rodney Bearden Room Number: VDV-Lab Course Description: This course will provide an in-depth understanding of how optical systems operate. It will cover the different types of fiber optic joints and their application, the fiber optic color code, the differences between mechanical and fusion splicing, and the application and operation of optical test equipment. Book(…)

CPR

Instructor: To Be Determined Room Number: Auditorium Course Description: CPR certification course offered through Coyne first Aid. Book Fee: none

Motors 1

Instructor: Mike Dudley Room Number: A-4 Course Description: This 4 night class covers the basic concepts and formulas that apply to electromagnetism and induction of motors. It explores various motors such as polyphase, wound-rotor, synchronous, and single-phase. Other topics include the starting and braking of motors and the principles of electronic variable-speed. The speed control(…)

Grounding and Bonding

Instructor: Joel Albano Room Number: A-1 Course Description: This 4 night Class on grounding begins with basic grounding and bonding fundamentals then moves to AC systems, service equipment, and main bonding jumpers. The grounding electrode system and the grounding electrode conductor are subsequently discussed, along with the bonding and grounding of enclosures and equipment. Lessons(…)

Electrical Safe Work Practices 2

Instructor: Doug Williams Room Number: A-7 Course Description: This class was designed to increase the awareness of the hazards facing the electrical worker who works on or near energized electrical equipment, and circuits and the manner and conditions under which such work may be performed. Each lesson, used in correlation with the Electrical Safe Work(…)

Electrical Safe Work Practices

Instructor: Doug Williams Room Number: A-7 Course Description: This class has been developed in an effort to assist those in the industry to better understand a number of the hazards associated with working on or near energized electrical equipment and circuits, and the manner and conditions under which such work may be performed. The lessons(…)

DC Theory

Instructor: Al Nether Room Number: A-4 Course Description: Having a fundamental understanding of direct current (DC) theory is essential for any electrical worker, and this class provides detailed lessons testing the knowledge and skills necessary to master these principles. The class begins with the basics of electricity, Ohm’s law, and electrical circuits. Students then begin(…)

Conduit 2

Instructor: Greg Marlin Room Number: Conduit Lab Course Description: The lab provides real world applications of un-common bending scenarios. Concentric bending and large conduit bending practices will be learned. Book Fee: $30.00

Conduit 1

Instructor: Greg Marlin Room Number: Conduit Lab Course Description: This class will focus on the basics of hand bending conduit. Off-sets, saddles, nineties, and kicks will be practiced using the multiplier and measured rise methods. This class will be primarily hands on lab work with a brief introduction of formulas and methods. Book Fee: $115.00

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