NCCER's comprehensive Electrical curriculum complies with Department of Labor (DOL) time-based standards for apprenticeships and helps you prepare for a career as a professional electrician. Through this four-level program, you will develop an understanding of electrical systems in structures, learn how to follow blueprints, and install wiring and other electrical components, such as circuit breaker panels, switches and light fixtures.
This class serves as the third level of training in the Electrical craft. Structured as a hybrid class, a combination of online training and live classroom/lab training, students learn the following content: Load Calculations-Branch and Feeder Circuits, Conductor Selection & Calculations, Practical Applications and Lighting, Hazardous Locations, Overcurrent Protection, Distribution Equipment, Transformers, Commercial Electrical Services, Motor Calculations, Voice/Data/Video, Motor Controls.
Prerequisite: Electrical Level 2.