Course Descriptions

Commercial Building Project

Instructor: Greg Marlin Room Number: Commercial Lab Course Description: This LAB ONLY class will take the student from blueprint to completed structure using the “Commercial Building Project Lab” in the shop of the JATC. Students will follow a set of blue prints to completely “wire” a free standing commercial structure and then have it inspected(…)

Codeology 1

Instructor: Brad Spencer Room Number: A-1 Course Description: Creating a foundation of understanding in the layout and organization of the National Electrical Code (NEC)©, this fast paced course with brief presentations and classroom exercise will “groove in” the participants skills in quickly accessing the (NEC)©, to answer on the job questions or for test preparation.(…)

Code Calculations 2

Instructor: Brad Spencer Room Number: A-1 Course Description: This class builds on the lessons learned in Code Calculations 1 and gives the student a more in-depth knowledge and understanding of electrical calculations used in the (NEC)©. Book Fee: $70.00 (A 2014 NEC Code Book is required and can be purchased for $85.00 w/Tabs)

Code Calculations 1

Instructor: Brad Spencer Room Number: A-1 Course Description: The Code Calculations class is a explanation of the calculations used in the 2011 National Electrical Code. This class provides the student with the necessary study material to fully understand and successfully apply the rules and methods needed to make calculations based on the 2011 (NEC)©,. This(…)

Code & Practices 3

Instructor: Brad Spencer Room Number: A-1 Course Description: There are few topics more interesting and important to the electrical industry than overcurrent protection. This class covers key (NEC) © overcurrent protection requirements (primarily 600V or less) with practical application material. The information is broken into 17 lessons starting with the fundamental concepts and requirements and(…)

Codeology and Practices

Instructor: Brad Spencer Room Number: A-1 Course Description: Being able to understand the National Electrical Code (NEC ) and apply its requirements directly to your job is a skill that must be practiced. This class is designed to walk the student through the process of understanding the principals involved in the sizing of building wire,(…)

Code & Practices 1

Instructor: Brad Spencer Room Number: A-1 Course Description: The National Electrical Code (NEC)©, is arguably the most important topic an electrical worker will study. This class provides an excellent introduction to the NEC and the basics for interpreting the language of the NEC in order to correctly apply its requirements. It also features a look(…)

CCTV (**VDV program class)

Instructor: Rodney Bearden Room Number: VDV-lab Course Description: Closed circuit television (CCTV) and other related video security surveillance have rapidly advanced over the past few years. This course will study the theory and installation of CCTV cameras, as well as integration with other systems. With today’s technology in networking and the introduction of digital video(…)

Blueprint Reading 3

Instructor: Greg Marlin Room Number: A-2 Course Description: INDUSTRIAL PRINT READING – The principles of Blueprint Reading are critical to the success of a project. This textbook will help the student understand what materials are necessary and learn where they are to be installed prior to the start of a job. In addition to electrical(…)

Blueprint Reading 2

Instructor: Greg Marlin Room Number: A-2 Course Description: COMMERCIAL PRINT READING -The principles of Blueprint Reading are critical to the success of a project. This textbook will help the student understand what materials are necessary and learn where they are to be installed prior to the start of a job. In addition to electrical prints,(…)

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