Construction Technology - Electrical Program

Program #24033

This program will prepare students to work in an entry-level position in the construction field assisting with the electrical installation and repair of electrical wiring in buildings.

Core Courses
ELET 102 Basic Electricity48
CONS 100 Electrical Wiring and Safety I36
CONS 101 Electrical Wiring and Safety II36
CONS 142 Electrical Wiring and Safety III36
Total Hours156

CONS 100 36 Hours Electrical Wiring and Safety I

Covers basic electrical theory, terms, residential wiring techniques, grounding, basic switching circuits, residential load calculations and services. Based on current National Electrical Code (NEC). (Apportionment)

CONS 101 36 Hours Electrical Wiring and Safety II

Course covers commercial wiring, conduit systems, over-current protection, polyphase distribution, grounding, voltage-drop equations and lighting. Based on the current National Electrical Code (NEC). (Apportionment)

CONS 142 36 Hours Electrical Wiring and Safety III

Course covers industrial wiring, conduit systems, over-current protection, transformer circuits, electrical motors, motor repairs, motor control circuit, and electrical installations. Based on Current "National Electrical Code"(NEC). trips to various electrical installations. (Apportionment)

ELET 102 48 Hours Basic Electricity

Course starts with basic electricity and progresses into residential wiring in accordance with the National Electrical Code. Students learn how to obtain an electrical contractor's license. Supplies purchase required as specified by instructor. (Apportionment)