Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute
Electrical Systems at Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute
To work with electrical systems, you have to have a firm understanding of how every piece works together. At Ridley-Lowell, you can train to work with residential, commercial and industrial electrical systems while taking advantage of career-focused training that takes only months, not years, to complete.
Our electrical systems technician program will provide you with the technical knowledge and required skills you need to prepare for electrician apprenticeships and seek entry-level electrical employment opportunities in a wide range of areas, including telecommunications equipment installation and repair, electric motor and power tool repair, security and fire alarm systems installation, and assisting electricians.
Coursework will introduce you to the basics of electricity, covering topics such as safety procedures, measuring instruments, AC/DC and national electric code. You’ll also learn how to read schematics and blueprints.
Your curriculum will include courses on:
· Introduction to electricity
· Math for electricians
· Electrical essentials
· National electric code
· Residential wiring
· Commercial wiring
· Industrial wiring and motor controls
· Low voltage wiring
· Conductors and wiring devices
· Career development
Source: Career School Now - Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute