General Electrician Certificate of Achievement
This certificate will allow an "Electrician Trainee" to sit for the California State General Electrician Certification examination. These courses also satisfy the continuing education requirement every three years for certified electricians.
|OSHA 030||Federal OSHA Outreach: Construction Industry Safety||2|
|ELEC 216C||Introduction to Industrial Electricity||4|
|ELEC 217C||Industrial Electricity||4|
|ELEC 218C||Controlling Industrial Electricity||4|
|ELECTR 110||Direct Current Circuit Analysis||3|
|ELECTR 111||Direct Current Circuit Laboratory||1|
|ELECTR 115||Alternating Current Circuit Analysis||3|
|ELECTR 116||Alternating Current Circuit Laboratory||1|
|ELECTR 230||Semiconductor Devices||3|
|ELECTR 235||Solid State Circuit Analysis||4|
|ELECTR 265||Digital Logic Design||4|
|INSPEC 014||Advanced Construction Inspection: National Electrical Code (NEC)||3|
|KIN 231||First Aid and CPR||3|
|TECALC 087||Technical Calculations||4|
|INSPEC 029||Community Relations for Building Personnel||3|
This is a Gainful Employment Program
Program Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Be eligible to sit for California State General Electrician Certification examination on the theory and procedures of electrical technology.
- Select and operate electronic test equipment during troubleshooting and repair operations, with an emphasis on safety in use and accuracy in results.
- Select the proper section of the National Electrical Code and electrical blueprints, to properly inspect, and estimate the costs associated with for residential and commercial wiring.
- Analyze, interpret, and trace digital logic diagrams used in signal tracing of complex digital circuits.
- Effectively communicate with and advise customers and co-workers, both written and orally, regarding the progress of and decisions made concerning test and repair procedures.