NCCER Basic Electrical Systems Technician (BES1) Technical Certificate of Credit
(Stand Alone and Embedded in NCCER Electrical Systems Construction and Maintenance Technician Diploma- ES22)
Begins: Spring 2023
The Basic Electrical Systems Technician Certificate provides training in basic electrical wiring skills enabling students to gain entry level employment in the construction and maintenance industry. Topics include basic electrical principles and practices, blueprint interpretation, industrial safety procedures, and basic wiring operations.
Entrance date: Each semester
Program admission requirements:
Minimum Test Scores
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High School diploma or equivalent required for admission.
Credits Required for Graduation: 12
Length of Program: 12
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|COFC 1080Construction Trades Core
This course introduces
|ELTR 1000Fundamental Electrical Concenpts
This course introduces the student to the electrical trade. Emphasis is placed on orientation to the trade, safety, basic electrical theory, electrical codes, and basic electrical wiring practices.
|ELTR 1015Intermediate Electrical Concepts I
This course introduces the student to specific skill components needed to be successful as an electrician. Topics include reading electrical drawings, residential electrical services, test equipment, alternating current, motor theory and applications and basic electrical installation.
Instructor, Industrial Electrical and Electrical Construction
Carlton, Room 110
Up one level
Programs of Study
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