RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICIAN’S ASSISTANT
This program is designed to prepare individuals for placement as an entry-level residential electrician. The program covers safety rules and regulations, related construction hand and power tools usage, basic electrical theory, National Electrical Code, installation, and material identification.
This program fulfills 1000 hours of the 4000 hours of apprenticeship experience required to apply for the Residential Electrical Journeyman examination.
Direct-Teacher Led Class
SOC Code: 47-2111.00
ODCTE Residential Electrician's Assistant
CURRICULUM / HOURS
|General Construction Safety and First Aid||30|
|Electrical Safety in Construction||15|
|Electrical Theory in Construction||120|
|Electrical Schematic and Blueprint Reading in Construction||45|
|Electrical Power, Hand Tools, and Equipment in Construction||30|
|Direct Current Circuits in Construction||90|
|Alternating Current Circuits in Construction||90|
|National Electrical Code in Construction||120|
|Residential Wiring Methods||240|
|Motor Control Wiring in Construction||30|
|Motor Theory and Operation in Construction||30|
|Electrical Distribution in Construction||60|
|Building Materials, Fasteners, and Adhesives||15|
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