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EER0006 Electrician Journeyman Exam Prep

This course prepares the construction electrician (who has six years of documented field experience) for the journeyman electrician license exam. Topics covered include electrical theory, calculations required for branch circuits, feeders, motors, ranges, dryers and residential service sizing. In addition, box fill and conduit fill calculations will be covered. Extensive use of the 2011 NECĀ® 70 National Electrical Code will be covered as well. Entrance into this course must be approved by the Electrical/FEAT Coordinator.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
Hours: 4.00

Classes not offered for selected criteria.

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