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Electrical Applications

Electrical Applications

  • Specialization: Electrical Applications
    • DC Theory and Application

      This course introduces students to WHMIS and health and safety as it applies to the electrical trade. This course also involves assembly and analysis of DC circuits including voltage, current, resistance, and power in series, parallel, and combination circuits.

      Course Code: EL-210
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 160

    • AC Theory and Application

      This course involves assembly and analysis of AC circuits including voltage, current, reactance, impedance, and power in basic series and parallel circuits.

      Course Code: EL-220
      Course Requirements: DC Theory and Application

      Hours: 115

    • Electronic Concepts and Applications

      This course includes connection, testing, and analysis of electronic components and circuits.

      Course Code: EL-230
      Course Requirements: DC Theory and Application

      Hours: 50

    • DC Machines and Control Systems

      This course offers an overview of D.C. generators, motors and control systems and their application in the electrical field.

      Course Code: EL-240
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 100

    • Level 1 Practical Applications: Residential Wiring

      This course involves the installation of residential wiring and equipment based on Canadian Electrical Code regulations.

      Course Code: EL-250
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 55

    • Canadian Electrical Code Level 1

      This course involves the study of the Canadian Electrical Code as it relates to Level 1 of the construction electrical apprenticeship.

      Course Code: EL-260
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Canadian Electrical Code Level 2

      This course involves the study of the Canadian Electrical Code as it relates to Level 2 of the construction electrical apprenticeship.

      Course Code: EL-270
      Course Requirements: Canadian Electrical Code Level 1

      Hours: 110

    • Level 2 Practical Applications: Commercial Wiring

      This course involves the installation of commercial wiring and equipment based on Canadian Electrical Code regulations.

      Course Code: EL-280
      Course Requirements: Level 1 Practical Applications: Residential Wiring

      Hours: 30

    • Math and Science

      This course is primarily designed to provide students with knowledge and understanding of mathematical operations for technical problem solving. It also provides students with knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles necessary to the solution of technical problems.

      Course Code: EL-290
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 70

    • Communications and Computers

      After completing this course, students will have developed basic presentation, listening, and computer skills. Students will acquire basic employability skills such as preparing for interviews, and writing resumes and cover letters. Other topics include using MS PowerPoint to create presentations, MS Excel to create, modify, and utilize spreadsheets, and using the internet to search for electrical component pricing and information for the purpose of inventory.

      Course Code: EL-300
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

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