Electrical Technician

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Electrical Technician

Electrical Technicians (also known as Electricians) install and maintain electrical systems in residential and commercial construction. They also work in manufacturing settings often servicing automated industrial processes. Electrical Technicians can be required to wire computer networks and telecommunication systems.

This program will prepare learners to work in each of these applications of electricity and to test for the Electrical Contractor License.

 

12 Week Program

  • 150 Instructor hours
  • 40 Lab hours 

Prerequisites

  • Seventh-grade math and reading level (assessments can be scheduled at the academy)

Schedule Options

  • This program is available in person.
  • Meet 3 days per week with Morning  (9 AM-11 AM), Afternoon(1 PM-3 PM) or Evening (6 PM-8 PM online only) schedule options.

Units                                         Hours

  • Electronics 101                                    15
  • PLC Programming                                15
  • Digital Electronics                                15
  • Circuit Analysis                                    15
  • Electronics                                            15
  • Residential Wiring                                20
  • Commercial Wiring                              20
  • Electrician Local & National Code    10
  • Electric Motors and Controls            10
  • Electrical Troubleshooting                15

Learning Outcomes

  • Ability to demonstrate an understanding of electrical code
  • Demonstrate an understanding of electrical wiring volt services, panel boards, circuits, etc. (residential, commercial, and industrial wiring)
  • Demonstrate understanding of electrical troubleshooting

Credentials from:

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DIverseNote Logo and certification page

Contact

Email: team@diversenote.mobi

Location

4219 Woodward Ave,

Detroit, MI 48201

 

Monday - Thursday

9am - 6pm