Electrical Systems Technology
From basic residential power for lighting and appliances to complex industrial requirements, electricity is at the heart of nearly every aspect of our lives. Professionals who understand electricity can play an essential role in ensuring the safe, reliable, and efficient operation of electrical systems.
The Electrical Systems Technology Certificate Program provides comprehensive training in the core principles of electrical equipment and components used in industrial, commercial, and residential systems. Students can acquire the skills needed to identify various electrical equipment, grasp their operational theories, and perform maintenance tasks on components within electrical systems. This certificate will cover troubleshooting techniques, the ability to read electrical schematics, interpret technical manuals, and become adept at both preventive and corrective maintenance of electrical systems equipment. Additionally, we will help you hone your soft skills to aid in your professional development.
Program DescriptionThe Electrical Systems Technology certificate program offers training in the fundamental concepts of electrical equipment and components that comprise industrial, commercial, and residential systems. Students will learn how to identify electrical equipment, understand the theory of operation, and conduct maintenance on equipment and components within electrical systems. Students will use their attained knowledge of troubleshooting techniques, electrical schematics, and technical manual interpretation to conduct preventive and corrective maintenance on electrical systems equipment. Soft-skill applications will be included to prepare students for employment.
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- Students attend class four (4) days per week on various schedules.
- Program length is approximately 7 months (including breaks and holidays) – all schedules.
- At the successful completion of this program, the student will receive a Certificate in Electrical Systems.