Safe Work Practices: This covers a range of topics that can be expanded or contracted upon, as well as individual topics that can be focused on specifically to meet OSHA Standards and the customer's needs. The instructor will customize the content accordingly.
Basic Electricity for other Trades: Designed for the non-electrician, to enable other tradesmen to learn electric principles and safety in simple circuits less than 600 volts. Primary emphasis: Safety. Terminology, hazards, electric laws, test equipment, conductors, starters, transformers, circuit breakers/fuses, lockout procedure & zero potential testing, single & 3-phase principles, motors.
Electrical Maintenance and Troubleshooting: To present information, explanations, and provide instruction which will enable program participants to inspect, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment at the work site. This is a three to five day class.
High Voltage Electric Power Systems: Energy Transfers most popular course. AC theory review, transformer connections, grounding, system over voltages, short circuits and circuit breakers, current & potential transformers, protective relay systems, low voltage (below 600V) fuses. Minimum of 40 hours.
Industrial Electrical Systems: Electric principles, laws & theory. National Electrical Code. Solenoids, transformers, relays, switches, contactors & starters, circuit construction and wiring methods. Troubleshooting and safety. 16-32 hours. Aimed at mechanical trades.
Industrial Electro-Hydraulics: Teaches efficient troubleshooting with heavy class participation on actual components. Operating switches, solenoid valves, switches and relays, temperature & level, system schematics, programmable controllers. 16-24 hours.
Safety and Personal Protection Safety Measures: This outline covers a range of topics that are contracted upon, as well as individual topics that are focused on to specifically meet O.S.H.A. Standards and the NFPA 70E.