Facilitate effective training, review the essential mathematics formulas and National Electrical Code topics needed to successfully pass a journeyman electrician certification examination.
A variety of theoretical and applied concepts will be covered in the course with the overarching intent of journeyman electrician certification preparation. Each class will devote a significant portion of time covering the National Electrical Code.
Participant must have at least three years of field experience in the trade or education equivalent or a combination of the two, but not more than one-half consisting of education equivalent. Student must have a basic understanding of electrical theory and trade knowledge.
32 CO/HR (8 Saturdays)
8:30am - 12:30pm
|JEL 1||General Electrical Theory & Principles||3.2|
|JEL 2||Plan Reading||3.2|
|JEL 3||Wiring & Protection||3.2|
|JEL 4||Wiring Methods & Materials||3.2|
|JEL 5||Motors & Controls||3.2|
|JEL 6||Equipment for General Use||3.2|
|JEL 7||Special Occupancies||3.2|
|JEL 8||Special Equipment||3.2|
|JEL 9||Special Conditions||3.2|
|JEL 10||Communication Systems||3.2|
Course Description Details
Books required for class
- Mike Holt's Illustrated Guide to Electrical Exam Preparation based on NEC 2014: Available at South Florida Institute of Technology
- National Electrical Code 2014 (Code Book): Available at South Florida Institute of Technology