Electrical Technology professionals are able to install, repair and maintain a wide variety of electrical equipment and systems. They can work on residential, commercial, or industrial electrical systems as electricians.
If you are detail-oriented and interested in how things work, and if you like the satisfaction of working from beginning to end on electrical projects, you should take a look at the information below and consider a future in the field of Electrical Technology.
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ITI Technical College offers a 12-month Electrical Technology (Certificate) program. Teaching methods include demonstrations, hands-on training, solving problems using drawings, and lectures in a laboratory environment. Studies are individualized and progress is monitored with assignments, quizzes, and laboratory evaluations.
This course offers a solid background in the use of basic circuitry used in residential, commercial and modern industrial applications. AC and DC motors, motor controls, switch relay systems, transformers, solid-state logic and control functions, safety practices, lighting systems, the National Electric Code (NEC), blueprint reading, and other areas are thoroughly covered. Students will learn to work safely and efficiently while they are applying the classroom work to actual equipment in our well-equipped laboratory. The instructor gives close personal supervision in all areas for maximum teaching effectiveness.
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