Introduction to Construction Electrician training
As our population grows and many immigrant people coming, the demand for electricity is increasingly important. Without electricity, nothing works. Power, lighting and central systems require high-level skills; the skills you will master in this program.
This course is Learning about electrical power systems, installation, circuitry, current, wiring, safety, and more. Lesson by lesson, the world of electricity will come alive with diagrams, photographs, tables, and fascinating hands-on projects that show you essential wiring and repair techniques. Excellent preparation for careers in electrical construction, maintenance, public utilities, and contract work.
Electrician is a handed and fulfilled strong body work. Therefore, only there is theory knowledge, or license is unable to do electrical work, either, Lack fulfillment experience in the field, also unable to handle the electrical work.
Therefore, you need certain skills to begin a career as an Electrician. Our goals are helping you learn them quickly and conveniently. Hands-on projects and applications done in the lab will be a big part of the curriculum. You’ll get hands-on training with:
- *Electrician’s tools and electrical equipment
- *Conduit work and conductors
- *Wiring electrical components
- *Schematic drawings and transformers
- *Canadian Electrical Code
Because of electrician work has the special of high request to the safety, it makes electrician difficult to become one can with the occupation of “do while learning”. For example, even though a little bit neglect or not enough professional operation may cause a huge safety concealed suffer from and result in big damage. This also expressed safety training and apprentice training is absolutely necessary and very importance.
Electrician Jobs and Salaries
There are a number of electrician careers available after apprenticeship, including (but not limited to):
- Residential or commercial electrical work
- Industrial electrical work
- Fire Alarm and cable technical work.
Starting salaries in the electrical field can be as low as $12 an hour, but with experience or in the right areas can run as high as the high $30s or even 40s. Typically, the average salary for specialized field workers, such as industrial electricians, is roughly $25 an hour. Unionized workers can also expect higher salaries.
Once there were many people, took electrician’s license, started to work but even didn’t know the basic names of electrical materials and tools. Plus the trouble of English, no experience of field working, “Electrician” like this, even if they found a job, and then will be fired in the short run, so it is very difficult for them to get into electrician’s profession job again.
Please find out course breakdowns below:
- 1. Safety, general and administrative rules
- 2. Conductors and cables
- 3. Service, feeder and meter
- 4. Load and demand factor
- 5. Grounding and bonding
- 6. Wiring methods /branch circuit
- 7. Protection and control
- 8. Class 1 &2 circuits
- 9. Hazardous locations
- 10. Electrical equipment installations
- 11. Motor and control system
- 12. Lighting and fixtures
- 13 Patient care system
- 14. Solar panel system
- 15. Backup power system
- 16. Extra-low voltage system
- 17. Waterproof and outdoor installation
- 18. Cathodic and chemical protection
- 19. Transformers and splitters
- 20. Maintenance principle and rules