Industrial Electricity Complete 7-Part Series

This seven-part training series will help students understand the fundamentals of industrial electricity. The series is designed to familiarize students with the important properties of electricity and the common electrical elements found in industrial settings. The courses were designed in strict accordance with the current National Electrical Code.

The Industrial Electricity series is designed for students, maintenance technicians, and plant personnel who are learning about or work with electrical elements and components. All the terms used are defined or explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have an extensive technical vocabulary to understand the content.

eLearning courses include:

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Industrial Electricity: Basic PrinciplesCovers the principles of electrical theory, provides a general description of basic electrical currents and circuits, and more.

Industrial Electricity: Alternating CurrentHelps students understand the principles of alternating current.

Industrial Electricity: ConductorsExplains the uses and types of conductors as related to industrial electricity and their parts.

Industrial Electricity: WiringExplains basic wiring terminology and methods as outlined by the National Electrical Code.

Industrial Electricity: Installation, Distribution & LightingDemonstrates how electricity is distributed and controlled by a plant's electrical system.

Industrial Electricity: Generators & MotorsProvides an overview of the generators and motors used in industrial applications.

Industrial Electricity: AC Motor Control & Current MeasurementIntroduces basic AC motor controls and describes current measuring devices.

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Ensure a thorough training experience by purchasing the corresponding workbooks for the seven-part training series which will help students understand the fundamentals of industrial electricity. The series is designed to familiarize students with the important properties of electricity and the common electrical elements found in industrial settings. The courses were designed in strict accordance with the current National Electrical Code.

The Industrial Electricity series is designed for students, maintenance technicians, and plant personnel who are learning about or work with electrical elements and components. All the terms used are defined or explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have an extensive technical vocabulary to understand the content.

Workbooks included:

Industrial Electricity: Basic PrinciplesCovers the principles of electrical theory, provides a general description of basic electrical currents and circuits, and more.

Industrial Electricity: Alternating CurrentHelps students understand the principles of alternating current.

Industrial Electricity: ConductorsExplains the uses and types of conductors as related to industrial electricity and their parts.

Industrial Electricity: WiringExplains basic wiring terminology and methods as outlined by the National Electrical Code.

Industrial Electricity: Installation, Distribution & LightingDemonstrates how electricity is distributed and controlled by a plant's electrical system.

Industrial Electricity: Generators & MotorsProvides an overview of the generators and motors used in industrial applications.

Industrial Electricity: AC Motor Control & Current MeasurementIntroduces basic AC motor controls and describes current measuring devices.

Workbooks contain lesson introductions, a practice and application area, and lesson progress checks to measure students' learning.

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