Electricity

Courses

ELE 1200. Basic Industrial Electricity I. 4 hrs.

The first in a series of two basic electricity classes for industrial electricians. It includes a study of electricity from its basic nature through resistive circuits with AC and DC voltages applied. Practical applications are emphasized. Necessary mathematics is integrated. This course introduces students to the safety required in industry today. The course will focus on NEC regulations, local codes where they apply and 70 E regulations. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 4 hours.

ELE 1201. Basic Industrial Electricity II. 4 hrs.

A continuation of Basic Industrial Electricity I with the introduction of capacitive and inductive circuit elements and how they react to sinusoidal and unit step voltage. Practical application to industrial type circuits will be emphasized. Necessary mathematics is integrated. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 4 hours. Prerequisite: ELE 1200 or consent of instructor.

ELE 1202. Motors and Controls I. 2.5 hrs.

Principles of operation and control of DC and single phase AC motors and generators are studied. Additional topics include: J.I.C. symbols, power and control wiring in ladder diagram format, and wiring techniques for forward-reverse and speedcontrol operations. Troubleshooting techniques will be emphasized throughout this course. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 1 hour. Prerequisite: ELT 1204 or ELE 1200.

ELE 1203. Motors and Controls II. 2.5 hrs.

Principles of operation and control of three-phase motors and generators are studied. Additional topics include: power control wiring, forward-reverse and speed-control operations, AC variable frequency drives and dynamic and regenerative braking. Troubleshooting techniques will be emphasized throughout this course. Lecture 2 hours; lab, 2 hour. Prerequisite: ELE 1202 or consent of instructor.

ELE 1204. Programmable Logic Controllers I. 3 hrs.

This course introduces students to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Course content includes: PLC logic concepts, basic PLC programming, and PLC hardware components and their installation, application, and maintenance. Troubleshooting techniques will be emphasized throughout this course. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 2 hours. Prerequisite: ELE 1200 or ELT 1204.

ELE 1205. Programmable Logic Controllers II. 3 hrs.

This course is a continuation of ELE 1204, emphasizing PLC systems, advanced programming, networking and troubleshooting. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 2 hours. Prerequisite: ELE 1204.

ELE 1206. Electrical Wiring. 2 hrs.

This course will cover the skills necessary to perform most residential and light industrial wiring. These skills include installing and wiring breaker boxes, motor controls, outlets and switches, and pulling wire through conduit after bending and installation. The installation of telephone and computer network wiring will also be discussed. Lecture, 1 hour; lab, 2 hours. Prerequisite: ELE 1200 or ELT 1204.

ELE 1220. Electrical Safety. 1 hr.

This course will introduce students to the safety required in industry today. The course will focus on NEC Regulations, local codes where they apply and 70 E regulations. Lecture, 1 hour.

ELE 2204. Power Generation & Distribution. 3 hrs.

The Power Generation & Distribution course looks at the generation, distribution and transmission of electricity as it relates to wind farm production and maintenance. This is a two-hour lecture and two-hour lab course with a large hands-on component. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 2 hours. Prerequisite: ELE 1202.

ELE 2205. Electrician Internship. 2 hrs.

The Electrician Internship course has been developed and established as the on-the-job component of the Electrician Aprrenticeship program. The on-the-job component of the Electrician Apprenticeship program. The on-the-job component will consist of work relating to the wiring of residential, commercial, industrial, and/or specialized electrical systems. All of the on-the job work-related activities will be performed under the directed supervision of the journeyworker. [This course offered through IBEW local unions only.]

ELE 2206. Electrician Internship. 2 hrs.

The Electrician Internship course has been developed and established as the on-the-job component of the Electrician Aprrenticeship program. The on-the-job component of the Electrician Apprenticeship program. The on-the-job component will consist of work relating to the wiring of residential, commercial, industrial, and/or specialized electrical systems. All of the on-the job work-related activities will be performed under the directed supervision of the journeyworker. [This course offered through IBEW local unions only.]

ELE 2207. Electrician Internship. 2 hrs.

The Electrician Internship course has been developed and established as the on-the-job component of the Electrician Apprenticeship program. The on-the-job component will consist of work relating to the wiring of residential, commercial, industrial, and/or specialized electrical systems. All of the on-the-job work-related activities will be performed under the direct supervision of the journeyworker. [This course offered through IBEW local unions only.]

ELE 2208. Electrician Internship. 2 hrs.

The Electrician Internship course has been developed and established as the on the job component of the Electrician Apprenticeship program. The on-the-job component will consist of work relating to the wiring of residential, commercial, industrial, and/or specialized electrical systems. All of the on-the-job work-related activities will be performed under the direct supervision of a journeyworker. [This course offered through IBEW local unions only.]

ELE 2209. Electrician Internship. 2 hrs.

The Electrician Internship course has been developed and established as the on-the-job component of the Electrician Apprenticeship program. The on-the-job component will consist of work relating to the wiring of residential, commercial, industrial, and/or specialized electrical systems. All of the on-the-job work-related activites will be performed under the direct supervision of the journeyworker. [This course offered through IBEW local unions only.]