Electrical Training Center
65 Elm St
Copiague, NY 11726
Phone: 631 226-8021
For All Classes
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Theory Hours: 95 hours - Skill Hours: 55 hours - Days to Complete: 25
This course focuses on electrical prints, drawings, and symbols and teaches the types of information that can be found on schematics, one-lines, and wiring diagrams.
This course focuses on proper selection, inspection, and use of common electrical test equipment, including voltage testers, clamp –on ammeters, ohmmeter, mustimeters, phase/motor rotation testers, and data recording equipment.
This course also covers safety precautions and meter category rating.
This course describe methods of termination and splicing conductors of all types and sizes, including preparing and taping conductors; explains how to calculate branch circuit and feeder loads for various residential and commercial applications.
This course covers the electrical devices and wiring techniques common to residential construction and maintenance.
This course provides students with practice making service calculations and emphasizes the appropriate NEC requirements.
This course introduces the basic principles of human vision and the characteristics of light; and focuses on the handling and installation of various types of lamps and lighting fixtures.
This course focuses on the purpose of grounding and bonding electrical systems and thoroughly covers NEC requirements. It explains how to size and select circuit breakers and fuses for various applications, and also covers short circuit calculation and troubleshooting.
This course discusses switchboards and switchgear, including installation, grounding, and maintenance requirements.
This course includes reading and interpreting specifications found on blueprints.
This course explains how to calculate branch circuit and feeder loads for various residential and commercial applications. It covers the components, installation considerations, and NEC requirements for various commercial services.
This course covers fire alarm control units, Digital Alarm Communicator Systems (DACS), wiring for alarm initiation and notification devices, and alarm systems maintenance.