Industrial/Constructional Electricity

Industrial/Constructional Electricity

Classroom and lab learning experiences concentrate on the layout, assembly,

installation, testing, and maintenance of electrical wiring, apparatus and fixtures

used in electrical systems…reading, interpretation, and understanding of residential, commercial, and industrial wiring plans based on controlling, electrical codes,

employability skills, integrated academics, and OSHA rules & regulations.  Available Certifications:  NCCER and OSHA (30 hour).  Available Licensure:  Fire Alarm License State of Ohio.

*Enroll at the beginning of any term for full program.  Enrollment is also available for an individual term.*


Winter Term Begins:                     (400 hours)

Industrial D.C. and A.C. Motors and Controllers

3-Phase Motors, A.C. Motor Controls, Generators, Instrumentations, NEC Applications, Reduced Voltage Starting Applications, Shunt and Compound Motors,

Single Phase, Transformers as Power Sources, Troubleshooting, Variable Frequency Drives


Spring Term Begins:                                        (400 hours)

Residential-Commercial and Electrical Construction

Alarm Systems, Bidding Procedures,  Branch Circuit Cable Installations, Conduit and Wire Installation, Job Estimation, NEC Applications with Blueprint Reading, OSHA 30 hour compliance, Service Installations, Wiring Techniques with Devices


Fall Term Begins:                           (400 hours)

Relay Technology with PLC Systems:

Control Relays, Electric Heat with Temperature Controllers, Instrumentations, Latching Relays, Print work with Logic Diagram Construction, Programmable Controls, Robotics, Synchronous Motor Timers, Time Delay Relays, Transformer Principles


1200 hours; M-F

Required WK scores: Math  4, Locating 4, Reading 4      5:00 pm — 10:00 pm

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