ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS
A 2-Day Introduction to Basic Electrical Theory & Concepts

Course Description and Objective:

This basic electrical training seminar is designed to introduce attendees to electrical theory and concepts. This is an excellent entry level electrical course for anyone who wants to know more about electricity in general. The course begins with an introduction to digital multimeter use with voltage and resistance measurement hands-on exercises. The role resistance plays in all electrical circuits along with the differences between AC and DC are discussed. The course ends with a look at household and industrial electrical systems, circuit breaker panels, and how electrical theory applies to those circuits. The differences between single-phase and three-phase electrical systems are covered along with how single-phase is derived from a three-phase system. Bonus - Volt Meter Training

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ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS
2 Days
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$695

Topical Outline:
  • AC & DC Electrical Theory
  • Resistance, Voltage, Current
  • Introduction to Digital Multi meters
  • Ohms Law
  • Kirchoff's Law
  • Series and Parallel Circuits
  • Inductance, Capacitance, Impedance
  • Household and Industrial Electrical Systems
  • Fuses, Circuit Breakers, Overload Relays

Who Should Attend:
This is an excellent seminar for anyone who wants an introduction to the basics of electrical theory. Mechanical maintenance personnel and electricians who would like a review should also attend.

Equipment Requirements:

Students should bring a hand-held calculator to class. Digital mulitmeters will be provided
for use during the class. It is recommended that students bring there own multimeter is possible.

Enrollment is limited. Call 281-393-1711 for registration information and to reserve your space.

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