IEC Year 1

The Basics, Electrical Theory, Residential Wiring

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START:
August 24, 2017
DURATION:
36
ID:
S0-1
CREDIT:
144 curriculum training hours

INSTRUCTORS:

Rob Globke
Sioux Falls 1st Year Instructor
Jeff Green
Grand Forks. 1st Year.

Address

Fargo, Grand Forks, Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Online   View map

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Year One

Year 1 of the IEC Curriculum provides a great “Introduction to Electricity” course.  The course consists of 36 weeks, broken up into two semesters of 18 4-hour classes.  Topics include orientation and basic principles, tools, safety, navigating the NEC, basic math, applied math, circuit theory, Ohm’s Law, symbols, conduit bending, residential requirements, conductors, GFCI and AFCI, light fixtures, box sizing and series circuits, lighting and small appliance circuits, track lighting and dimmers, laundry and bathroom receptacles, multi-wire branch circuits, service entrance calculations, swimming pools and hot tubs, home automation, photovoltaic systems, and many other lessons.  This year’s purpose is to make sure you’re familiar with the terminology, teach you about theory, teach you to use the NEC book, and teach you the basics when it comes to residential wiring.

 

A great introduction to being a professional electrician!

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