Electrical

AC DC ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
(Course ID: MFIT ELE1)
Knowledge of electrical laws and principles pertaining to AC and DC circuits is important in many industrial settings. Concepts including current, voltage, resistance, power, inductance, capacitance, and transformers are critical in electrical systems. This course presents standard electrical tests, electrical equipment, and troubleshooting procedures. Safety procedures and practices are also introduced and emphasized.

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BASIC ELECTRICAL SKILLS
(Course ID: MFIT ELE8)
Learn some basic electrical skills. Follow discussions on electrical safety, alternating current, power distribution center, house circuits and types of wire. Learn about fuses and circuit breakers. Get hands on practical knowledge using tools of the trade. Troubleshoot and replace light switches, receptacles and GFCI receptacles. Professionally and safely install house circuits.

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BASIC ELECTRICITY
(Course ID: MFIT ELE13)
The study of electrical laws and principles pertaining to DC and AC circuits is the focus of this Basic Electricity Course. This will include among other things; current, voltage, resistance, power, inductance, capacitance, and transformers. The course stresses the use of standard electrical tests, electrical equipment, and basic trouble shooting procedures. Electrical safety and sound practices will be emphasized throughout the various aspects of the course curriculum.

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ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS
(Course ID: MFIT ELE2)
This course develops understanding of electricity and electronics relating to passive DC circuits. Participants will review and apply concepts in series-parallel circuits, voltage and current dividers, Kirchhoff's Laws, network analysis, loading effects, maximum power transfer, and magnetism.

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ELECTRICAL SKILLS OVERVIEW
(Course ID: MFIT ELE11)
This course will give an overview of electrical safety, currents & circuits, switches, outlets, dimmers and breakers. It will also discuss troubleshooting 3 ways.

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ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING
(Course ID: MFIT ELE5)
This intensive one-day hands-on seminar covers the troubleshooting and repair of control circuits and components. The novice, as well as the experienced electrician, will learn how to safely and efficiently build, troubleshoot, and repair motor control circuits using the hands-on troubleshooting methods covered in this seminar. The attendee will build circuits on realistic training panels that contain a motor starter, relays, terminal strips, push buttons, selector switches, and limit switches. After the circuits are built, the instructor will introduce a realistic fault into the circuit. With the instructor's help, you will be asked to repair the faulty circuit by using your multimeter and the techniques learned earlier in the day. This seminar is hands-on and is very practical in its approach to troubleshooting. The examples you will be shown are applicable to practice in any facility. To insure the quality of this program, this seminar has limited seating. As a result, this seminar fills up quickly, so register early.

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MARKETABLE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SKILLS - INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE E & I TECHNICIAN
(Course ID: MFIT MME)
This course covers a number of areas that are vital to an Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation Technician. It is comprehensive course aimed at the experienced in industrial worker who wants to enter into the Industrial Maintenance field.

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NEC CODE AND BLOCK TEST PREP
(Course ID: MFIT NEC1)
NEC CODE This course covers: Introduction to the NEC-NFPA general installation requirements, temporary wiring, branch circuit, feeder and service calculations, switchboards and panel boards, over current protection, grounding, boxes and enclosures, etc. ELECTRICIANS BLOCK TEST PREP: This course will provide instructions to help students prepare for the Masters Electricians License test used by various Municipals and County Governments in Indiana. It covers theories and calculations required for the license test, practice on sample questions and codebook references. Additional information can be found at: bartholomewco.com/code/electrician.php

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