This course will provide information on the National Electrical Code, blueprint reading and job site use, material identification, electrical safety on the job site, electrical theory mathematics, formulas, power tools and their use, OSHA, CPR and First Aid and the use and installation of electrical wiring, material and equipment.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Spring
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