|Field of Study:||Industrial Electronics Technology/Technician
|Description:||This skills based program offers a unique opportunity for students to prepare for entry into an electrical apprenticeship by studying the in-school curriculum, and a number of additional electrical subjects. In this program the student will also cover learning objectives for the first and second level of apprenticeship for both Industrial and Construction and Maintenance apprenticeship programs. Successful completion will prepare an individual at a recognized technician level, as well as prepare them to challenge the apprenticeship end-of-level exams.
This program will give the student theoretical and practical experience on heavy electrical motors, controls, generators and transformers, along with industrial applications. Power systems, industrial solid state controls, instrumentation, and programmable logic controllers will be studied, as well as safety standards and practices. The student will gain advanced knowledge of electrical theory and its application to a variety of practical situations, and will be well versed in skills such as troubleshooting electrical systems and performing engineering tests on heavy electrical equipment and controls.
|Cost per year:*||
$305.00 per week.