- The student will be able to lay out the electrical system in new residential and light commercial installations according to the National Electrical Code Guidelines 159.
- The student will be able to identify the materials needed to complete a project.
- The student will be able to successfully complete the rough-in stage of residential writing using romex cable, light commercial wiring and using conduit in accordance with the National Electrical Code Guidelines.
- The student will be able to successfully complete the trim-out of new residential and light commercial projects including installing outlets, switches, light fixtures, smoke detectors, service panels, and meters.
|ECAL 101||Electrical Fundamentals I||3|
|ECAL 102||Electrical Fundamentals II||3|
|ECAL 103||Electrical Code Study||3|
|ECAL 104||Electrical Trades Math||2|
|ECAL 106||Electrical Practicum I||4|
|ECAL 132||Commercial & Agricultural Wiring||3|
|ECAL 133||Residential Wiring||2|
|ECAL 206||Electrical Practicum II||4|
|HPER 210||First Aid/CPR/AED||2|
|OSHA 100||Safety Course||1|
|SOC 099||Job Skills||2|
Student’s must follow SBC’s admissions requirements and may be required to complete a College Writing Preparation and College Math Preparation course(s) before enrolling in certificate courses.