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Electrical Technician Course in Rawalpindi Abbottabad Hazara

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Electrical Technician Course in Rawalpindi Abbottabad Hazara,Electrical Technician Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan,international college of technical education in rawalpindi pakistan,best electrical engineering course in rawalpindi punjab pakistan icte,international college of technical offer practical work training course in pakistan,admission open for boys and girls certification acceptable in government job and world wide Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
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Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,Elementary Properties of Electricity Course Students learn the basic properties of electricity, the history of the ways in which it has been used and its contemporary, worldwide importance. They discover the definitions and operating principles of amperage, voltage, resistance and capacitance. They develop proper tool usage techniques, identify wire sizes and troubleshoot systems.Practical Electrical Safety and Licensing Course This curriculum addresses tag out and lock out procedures, safe tool operation methods and first aid. Students review, create and implement individual and company-wide safety programs. They learn about industry and governmental safety standards, proper handling of hazardous material and the personal protective equipment required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). They also study local, state and federal industry licensing standards.Attendees study current, resistance, polarity and voltage in series and parallel circuits. They apply Kirchoff’s current and voltage laws to calculate power and resistance. They interpret voltage and current divider rules, examine double subscript notation, learn Ohm’s law, describe the polarity of electromagnetic fields and troubleshoot systems.The purpose of this course is to teach students how to explain
atomic structure and basic values such as voltage, current, resistance, and power; determine electrical values for combination circuits in direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) containing resistance,inductance, and capacitance; summarize the principles of magnetism; calculate voltage drop based on conductor length, type of material, and size; and utilize electrical measuring instruments.They’ll learn how to use electrical test equipment in their everyday jobs before moving on to an in-depth discussion about major electrical components, where and how these electrical components work, and their purposes within electrical systems. The goal of this basic electrical training course is to teach students how to reduce electrical equipment downtime, improve overall efficiency and safety, and fix problems they’ve been unable to solve on their own. This course can also be adopted as part of a company’s regular Qualified Electrical Worker program.Electricians not only light homes and power industry, but also harness energy, and even charge your car. Our ever-increasing reliance on electricity is driving the need for skilled electrical workers, and now more than ever there are opportunities in this exciting field. This program prepares you to enter an electrical apprenticeship in construction (309A) or industrial (442A) sectors, or to work in other electrical-related fields, in manufacturing, supply chain, fire alarm or renewable energy. If you enjoy creative problem solving, working with your hands and exploring innovative technology, this is the program for you.
Describe the basic materials and tools used for standard residential electrical projects and describe how they are applied as part of the construction and home-repair process.
Explain the importance of safe work practices and describe the safe use and application of electrical wiring and equipment.
Identify the components and assembly configurations of basic and advanced wiring systems used in residential and light commercial/industrial applications.
Outline the components and functions of brand, feeder, and service circuits and installations.
Identify and describe the application and installation of standard electrical fixtures and electric-powered appliances.
Outline the electrical installation of related building systems, such as communications, computer, and security wiring.
Explain the basic concepts related to industrial systems and their installation, including transformers, PLCs, motors, motor controls, and the special equipment and installation required in hazardous locations.