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LearnYourTrade.com
INCLUDES CORE & LEVEL ONE
ELECTRICAL
ORIENTATION
Provides an overview of the electrical trade
and discusses the career paths available to
electricians.
receptacles, and other electrical components.
Also covers NEC® fill and pull requirements
for device, pull, and junction boxes under
100 cubic inches.
SAFETY
HAND BENDING
Covers safety rules and regulations for
electricians, including precautions for
electrical hazards found on the job. Also
covers the OSHA-mandated lockout/tagout
procedure.
Introduces conduit bending and installation.
Covers the techniques for using handoperated and step conduit benders, as
well as cutting, reaming, and threading
conduit.
CIRCUITS
RACEWAYS & FITTINGS
Introduces electrical concepts used in
Ohm’s law as applied to DC series circuits.
Covers atomic theory, electromotive force,
resistance, and electric power equations.
Introduces the types and applications of
raceways, wireways, and ducts. Stresses the
applicable NEC® requirements.
ELECTRICAL THEORY
Introduces series, parallel, and series parallel
circuits. Covers resistive circuits, Kirchhoff’s
voltage and current laws, and circuit analysis.
Focuses on the types and applications
of conductors and covers proper wiring
techniques. Stresses the applicable NEC®
requirements.
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
DRAWINGS
Provides a road map for using the NEC®.
Introduces the layout and the types
of information found within the code
book. Allows trainees to practice finding
information using an easy-to-follow
procedure.
DEVICE BOXES
Covers the hardware and systems used by
an electrician to mount and support boxes,
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CONDUCTORS AND CABLES
Describes electrical prints, drawings, and
symbols, and the types of information that
can be found on schematics, one-lines, and
wiring diagrams.
RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL
Covers the electrical devices and wiring
techniques
common
to
residential
construction and maintenance. Allows
trainees to practice making service
calculations. Stresses the applicable NEC®
requirements.
TEST EQUIPMENT
Covers proper selection, inspection, and
use of common electrical test equipment,
including
voltage
testers,
clamp-on
ammeters, ohmmeters, multimeters, phase/
motor rotation testers, and data recording
equipment. Also covers safety precautions
and meter category ratings.
ELECTRICIAN FAQ
WHAT DO ELECTRICIANS DO?
Electricians install and maintain all of the
electrical and power systems for our homes,
businesses and factories.
WHAT CAN I MAKE AS A ELECTRICIAN?
An electrician can expect to make an average
of $27.76 / hr or $57,741 annually.*
WOULD I MAKE A GOOD ELECTRICIAN?
If you’re into sound systems, robotics or
tinkering with wires, you should think about
a career as an electrician
*BuildYourFuture.org

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