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Electrical 1:

This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Basic Safety; Introduction to Construction Math; Introduction to Hand Tools; Introduction to Power Tools; Introduction to Construction Drawings; Basic Rigging; Basic Communication Skills; Basic Employability Skills; Introduction to Materials Handling; Orientation to the Electrical Trade; Electrical Safety; Introduction to Electrical Circuits; Electrical Theory; Introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC); Device Boxes; Hand Bending; Raceways and Fittings; Conductors and Cables; Basic Electrical Construction Drawings; Residential Electrical Services; Electrical Test Equipment. It is required that all students bring a copy of the National Electrical Code, 2017 Edition, with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Amendments (527 CMR 12.00) to class.


Electrical 2:

This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Alternating Current; Motors: Theory and Application; Electric Lighting; Conduit Bending; Pull and Junction Boxes; Conductor Installations; Cable Tray; Conductor Terminations and Splices; Grounding and Bonding; Circuit Breakers and Fuses; Control Systems and Fundamental Concepts. It is required that all students bring a copy of the National Electrical Code, 2017 Edition, with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Amendments (527 CMR 12.00) to class.


Electrical 3:

This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Load Calculations – Branch and Feeder Circuits; Conductor Selection and Calculations; Practical Applications of Lighting; Hazardous Locations; Overcurrent Protection; Distribution Equipment; Transformers; Commercial Electrical Services; Motor Calculations; Voice, Data, and Video; Motor Controls. It is required that all students bring a copy of the National Electrical Code, 2017 Edition, with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Amendments (527 CMR 12.00) to class.


Electrical 4:

This course consists of 150 classroom hours covering the following areas: Load Calculations –Feeders and Services; Health Care Facilities; Standby and Emergency Systems; Basic Electronic Theory; Fire Alarm Systems; Specialty Transformers; Advanced Controls; HVAC Controls; Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection; Motor Operation and Maintenance; Medium-Voltage Terminations/Splices; Special Locations; Fundamentals of Crew Leadership. It is required that all students bring a copy of the National Electrical Code, 2017 Edition, with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Amendments (527 CMR 12.00) to class.


Masters Electrical:

This 150 hours Certified Program as per requirements contained in “237 CMR 22.02: Required Electrical Education as a Prerequisite for Master Electrician Examination” will focus the attention of the Eligible Candidate to the current testing edition of the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70-2017) with particular attention also given to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Electrical Code Amendments (527 CMR 12:00) as contained in the current edition of the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70-2017) and other required documents and information required to sit for the test.

This course is intended to supplement the continuing studies of the serious Eligible Candidate, with emphasis on assisting the Eligible Candidate to pass the desired Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Certificate A (Master) Electrician License Examination.It is required that all students bring a copy of the National Electrical Code, 2017 Edition, with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Amendments (527 CMR 12.00) to class.


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contractor, subcontractor, supplier and associate companies. These companies employ more
than 22,000 workers throughout Massachusetts.



 

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