Demonstrate knowledge of electrical safety, theory, vocabulary, and calculations of series, parallel, and combination circuits involving Direct and Alternating Current.
Demonstrate basic knowledge of, capacitors, resistive-inductive-capacitive reactance circuits, single and three-phase transformers, DC generators and motors, three-phase alternators, single and three-phase motors.
Ability to read schematics, wire and test various types of electrical circuits.
Demonstrate or describe proper safety procedures for working with rotating machinery, moving heavy objects, pressurized vessels and systems, chemicals, ladders and energy; electrical, heat, cold, fluid.
Explain solid state components and devices.
Demonstrate understanding of programmable logic controls (PLC) and direct digital controls (DDC).