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™These online courses consist of a 3 STEP SYSTEM FOR SUCCESS WITH FULL SUPPORT™ .

YOU WILL LOVE OUR SUPPORT!

 

The speed and the expertise of our support team are legendary. They provide help with any questions and ongoing assistance at any time. No wonder, we consistently achieve 100% customer satisfaction rates.

 

  • The first STEP consists of 12 modules. The 12 modules are in order and should be read first and in sequence.
  • The second STEP consists of the exam review questions complete with answers and diagrams. The exam review questions are to be reviewed to build up the electrical trade knowledge base.
  • The third STEP consists of using the Esat (Electrician self assessment Tool)-(sold separately). This is a must since you would need to review six sets from the Esat and run at least 3 comprehensive tests which are part of the Esat (Electrician Self Assessment Tool). The objective is to achieve 90% or better before you can write the electrical licence and pass. Please call us, text or email us your best three grades. If you need a letter for the test centre, this will be included in your membership and we will glad to supply you with one after you submit your best 3 grades. For the industrial electrician pre-exam prep course, we have a new EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool 2015) at www.electricalexamreview.com for Fast and Easy access. Thank you.

 

Course outline 309A-Construction and Maintenance Electrical Licence Exam

Course Outline


ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION

Fast Track

COURSE OUTLINE 309A

YEAR 2018

COURSE NAME: ELECTRICAL: CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION (Construction and Maintenance)

Cell Phone: 416.841.1399

E-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

APPROVED BY:______Sam Mallak______

APPROVAL Date:___ July 3rd, 2018___

 

I. COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

This course is essential for any Construction and Maintenance student who is preparing to write the Certificate of Qualification exam. Every effort is made to ensure that each practice exam in this course emulates the Red Seal C of Q exam in content, difficulty level, and format. This course is focused in order to maximize the information you need to study effectively, build a winning strategy and pass the C of Q.

  • The course is well designed and simple.
  • Teaches you how to use the Canadian Electrical codebook effectively.
  • Comprehensive tests are run before you write the real test.
  • Proven success track record-very popular course-Over 1480 students have been licensed.
      • Percentage of questions for each block of the trade (EXAM CODE T30901 IN ONTARIO NOC: 7241 Alberta)
      • Major Work Activity

        Percentage (%) of questions on exam*

        A - Performs common occupational skills

        11

        B - Installs, services and maintains generating, distribution and service systems

        29

        C - Installs, services and maintains wiring systems

        30

        D - Installs, services and maintains motors and control systems

        20

        E - Installs, services and maintains signaling and communication systems

        10

        Total

        100

 

II. TOPICAL OUTLINE:

 

Session

  1. Introduction to the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code including, tables, Diagrams, Appendixes B & D. Techniques on using the index effectively. Raceways, Bonding & Grounding. Fuses, Expansion of PVC conduit, ac/dc motor currents, NS cable (Duplex, Triplex, Quadruplex-75° & 90°C), GTK (General Technical Knowledge) questions. Conversions-metric to imperial. Instrument transformer, motor & hermetic equipment disconnecting means, sheath currents, occupational skills, ground detection system, consumer service, supply service, section 2 (safety), H.V. grounding, Emergency systems, voltage drop, conductor sizing for transformers (T1, T2, T3, T4), enclosures, True power vs. apparent power vs. Vars. Protection of capacitor.
  2. Bending radii for H.V. cabling, consumer vs. supply service, stress cones in H.V., consumer service supply conductor clearance, underground conductor protection, heating cable sets, luminaire control,( T11, T19 & TD1-Temp, condition of use & voltage rating). Conductors in boxes, wireways, heating panel, raceway sizing ( different size conductors), conduit supports, range receptacle height, boxes in concrete, derating, conductor sizing in extra low voltage systems (TD4), pull box sizing, DC motors, single phase & three phase motors explained, motor control circuits, T37 explained.
  3. Overloads, motor grouping, motor speed formula, different size & type of conductors in the same raceway, fire alarm circuits, conductors pulled vs. laid in FA raceways, FCC cable use, analog vs. digital scaling, troubleshooting, working space around electrical equipment, conductor protection, snow melting cable, FT1 & FT4 rating, T6 (conduit sizing-notes on table), weight on flexible cord, ceiling outlet boxes & wall outlet boxes, fusible switches ratings, temporary wiring.
  4. Consumer service, panelboards in dwelling units, point of attachment, branch circuit positions, hinged panels, Tables 10 & 9 explained, troubleshooting, bonding jumper, bonding conductor, communication & power conductors in common trench, when is bonding tools and appliances unnecessary? rod electrode, combination circuit, NS cable support, flexible metal conduit support, surface raceway max. voltage line to line, tightening torque for lug connectors, transformer ratios, Delta-Wye voltages & currents calculated, female threaded PVC adapters, rigid steel conduit supports, HP calculations-given PF, Transformer voltages, currents & number of turns, mounting of dry type transformers.
  5. Transformer efficiency, transformer types, changing a DC motor to a generator, soldering stranded conductors, reversing a capacitor start, three phase & split phase motors. Dc generator to ac generator, low voltage release (2 wire) & low voltage protection (3 wire), receptacles around pools & showers, instantaneous-trip breakers, motor jogging, ground detection device, sub-panel max. breaker size, show window lighting, a megger, warning notices, class I, zone 0, end of line resistor, class II, division 1, emergency system testing, fencing in H.V. substations, WHMIS. Hand signals, IEEE installation configuration detail 3 of B4-3, fence posts, spacing, basic load wattage-warehouse, max. number of #10 AWG conductors in a junction box (T22) , heating cable sets over-current device, flexible cord ampacity, ELC (extra low voltage cable) temperature rating, wiring of Start & Stop buttons, NCTC & NOTO contacts, signal circuits, trouble buzzer, communication cable separation, transformer testing and marking (additive vs. subtractive), SCRs, resistive loads, conical washers use.
  6. A - Performs common occupational skills-CEPE
  7. B - Installs, services and maintains generating, distribution and service systems-CEPE
  8. C - Installs, services and maintains wiring systems-CEPE
  9. D - Installs, services and maintains motors and control systems-CEPE
  10. E - Installs, services and maintains signalling and communication systems-CEPE

 

III. REQUIRED TEXT(S) AND OTHER LEARNING MATERIALS

 

  1. Canadian Electrical Code Book 2015.
  2. A notebook, a highlighter, a pen, a good calculator.
  3. Electrician Self Assessment Tool for Construction & Maintenance only 2015 is now available at shop.csa.ca. It is called CEPE (Canadian Electrical Practice Exam) to order go to shop.csa.ca and search CEPE (sold separately). It is only available in a download format. 

 

Course outline 442a-Industrial Electrical Licence Exam

 

 

ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION

Fast Track

COURSE OUTLINE

YEAR 2018

 

 

COURSE NAME: ELECTRICAL: CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION (Industrial)

Cell Phone: 416.841.1399

E-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

APPROVED BY:______Sam Mallak______

APPROVAL Date:____ July 3rd, 2018__

APPROVED BY: SAM MALLAK__________ 

 

I. COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

This course is essential for any electrical industrial student who is preparing to write the Certificate of Qualification exam. Every effort is made to ensure that each practice exam in this course emulates the Red Seal C of Q exam in content, difficulty level, and format. This course is focused in order to maximize the information you need to study effectively, build a winning strategy and pass the C of Q.

  • The course is well designed and simple.
  • Teaches you how to use the Canadian Electrical codebook effectively.
  • Comprehensive tests are run before you write the real test.
  • Proven success track record-very popular course-Over 1480 students have been licensed.
    • Block A: Common Occupational Skills
    • Block B: Power Distribution And Generating Systems
    • Block C: Electrical Equipment
    • Block D: Emergency And Standby Systems
    • Block E: Communication Systems
    • Block F: Process Control Systems
    • Block G: Building And Environmental Control Systems

 

II. TOPICAL OUTLINE:

 

Session

  1. Introduction to CEC including, tables, Diagrams, Appendixes B & D and the index. Techniques on using the index effectively. The difference between a cable, a conductor, and a cord, overload vs. Overcurrent, Raceways, Bonding & Grounding. Fuses, calculations for conductor size, overcurrent and overload for AC motors, Hermetic and Capacitors, GTK (General Technical Knowledge) questions. Conversions-metric to imperial. VFDs, PLCs, induction motors, GFCI, charring, MCC, motor control, generator synchronization, troubleshooting, low pressure lamps, high pressure sodium lamps, tap changers, generators in parallel, conductors in raceways, EOL resistors, infrared light, pressure regulator, cooling systems, furnace, ampacity, transformers, Cts & Pts, conduit support, 7 segment display, battery banks, switches in liquid tanks, meggers, static brakes, frequency, UV light, DC motors over speed, pressure switch, air compressors, tap setting on a transformer, static inverter, spark on starter, overhead crane, DC welder, eliminating interference, fire alarm, Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs, phase relay, tacho generator, LRC (Locked Rotor Current), field currents on generator, torque, transducers, hazardous locations, OR and AND gates, normally closed, low voltage, least angle of stress, neutral plane, open delta transformer, lock-out, k type thermocouple, dielectric test, pneumatic system.
  2. KVA, W, KVARS, thermo graphic testing, magnetic circuit breaker, impedance of a coaxial cable, Sulphur hexafluoride (SH6F), dust collection system, Ground Fault Protection, step ladder, robotic arm, blue scale printing, splitters, filters, resistors, binary system , WHMIS, rapid vs. instant start fluorescent luminaire NOTC contacts, low voltage release vs. low voltage protection, PA system, phasing, Preventative maintenance, AC alternator, centrifugal switch, dynamic braking, shunt generator, synchronous motor, ground detection device, lagging power, impedance grounded system.
  3. Fuses, transistors, optical fibre cable, UPS, ballasts, SCR drive, star connection, coaxial cable, cable tray, PPE, Cathodic protection, mutlimeters, SCRs, sauna heaters, IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistor), torque, forklift, fire control panel, submersible pump, communication cable, amount of threads, signal devices, SCR parameters, K rating, T rating, thermistor, triacs, flow switch, fwd/rev motor contactor, communication connector, radiant heat, fire extinguishers, fire detectors, two stage type fire alarm system, intensity discharge lighting, exit sign, unit equipment, additive and subtractive polarity, DCS.
  4. Pull boxes, delta-delta, auto-transformer, mercury switch, relays, magnetic switches, NPN transistor, network cables, hoist controller, power cables, zero volt test, reduced voltage starter, lead acid batteries, liquid type transformers, BCD code switch, starter circuit, zero sequence relay, nickel cadmium rechargeable batteries, ultrasonic sensor.
  5. Transformer efficiency, transformer types, changing a DC motor to a generator, soldering stranded conductors, reversing a capacitor start, three phase & split phase motors. Dc generator to ac generator, low voltage release (2 wire) & low voltage protection (3 wire), receptacles around pools & showers, instantaneous-trip breakers, motor jogging, ground detection device, sub-panel max. breaker size, show window lighting, a megger, warning notices, class I, zone 0, end of line resistor, class II, division 1, emergency system testing, fencing in H.V. substations, WHMIS. Hand signals, IEEE installation configuration detail 3 of B4-3, fence posts, spacing, basic load wattage-warehouse, max. number of #10 AWG conductors in a junction box (T22) , heating cable sets over-current device, flexible cord ampacity, ELC (extra low voltage cable) temperature rating, wiring of Start & Stop buttons, NCTC & NOTO contacts, signal circuits, trouble buzzer, communication cable separation, transformer testing and marking (additive vs. subtractive), SCRs, resistive loads, conical washers use.
  6. Forward/reverse control circuit, remote lamps, auxiliary gutters, temporary wiring, vertical supports, busways, star-delta with series resistance, temperature control devices, class of wiring for class 2 circuits, fire separation.
  7. Work Activities, Power Distribution and Generating Systems, Low-Voltage Distribution Systems.
  8. Communication and Data Systems, Industrial Instrumentation and Devices, Electrical Equipment
  9. Microprocessor-Based Systems, Heat Vent, Emergency and Standby Systems, Predictive Maintenance.
  10. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)-You need 90% or better.
  11. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)-You need 90% or better.
  12. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)-You need 90% or better.

 

III. REQUIRED TEXT(S) AND OTHER LEARNING MATERIALS

 

  1. Canadian Electrical Code Book 2015
  2. A notebook, a highlighter, a pen, a good calculator.
  3. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)- 2015 with 24/7 support- New Version is now available at www.electricalexamreview.com for Fast and Easy Access.

 

 

IV. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES

 

None.

 

V. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

 

Due to the topics being sequentially presented, full attendance is crucial. Students are expected to work on assignments concurrently.

 

VI. METHOD OF STUDENT EVALUATION

 

Activity Weighting (%)

3 Test(s) @ 33% each 100

Total 100

In spite of the actual marks earned, a final mark is valid only if a student participates in each and every part of this course, including final exams.

 

VII. MISSED/FAILED/SUPPLEMENTAL TESTS, EXAMINATIONS AND PROJECTS

 

Supplemental tests, exams and projects are not available in this course, unless extraordinary, documentable circumstances have prevented a student from participating in scheduled course activities. Notification and application for supplementals MUST be made in a timely manner directly to the course leader.

 

DISCLAIMER

 

While every effort is made by the professor to cover all content material listed in this outline, the order, content and/or evaluation may change as a result of special circumstances (e.g. time constraints due to inclement weather, College closure, technology/equipment problems and/or changes, etc.) In any such case, every effort will be made to make appropriate adjustments to the course delivery.

 

end faq

Today only, Enter this Coupon Code: SUCCESS309A2015 or SUCCESS442A2015 at the Checkout Page for 50% off of the 299.95 on 309A 442A online full membership or do nothing and you will get 8 bonuses ($160) value for the 309A and 4 bonuses ($80) value for the 442A. Ask for details.

Electricalexam.ca's electrical Certificate Of Qualification preparation course for Success.

Call Now (416) 841-1399 and Get Ready for your Redseal Exam.

Success Is Here

™These online courses consist of a 3 STEP SYSTEM FOR SUCCESS WITH FULL SUPPORT™ .

YOU WILL LOVE OUR SUPPORT!

 

The speed and the expertise of our support team are legendary. They provide help with any questions and ongoing assistance at any time. No wonder, we consistently achieve 100% customer satisfaction rates.

 

  • The first STEP consists of 12 modules. The 12 modules are in order and should be read first and in sequence.
  • The second STEP consists of the exam review questions complete with answers and diagrams. The exam review questions are to be reviewed to build up the electrical trade knowledge base.
  • The third STEP consists of using the Esat (Electrician self assessment Tool)-(sold separately). This is a must since you would need to review six sets from the Esat and run at least 3 comprehensive tests which are part of the Esat (Electrician Self Assessment Tool). The objective is to achieve 90% or better before you can write the electrical licence and pass. Please call us, text or email us your best three grades. If you need a letter for the test centre, this will be included in your membership and we will glad to supply you with one after you submit your best 3 grades. For the industrial electrician pre-exam prep course, we have a new EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool 2015) at www.electricalexamreview.com for Fast and Easy access. Thank you.

 

Course outline 309A-Construction and Maintenance Electrical Licence Exam

Course Outline


ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION

Fast Track

COURSE OUTLINE 309A

YEAR 2018

COURSE NAME: ELECTRICAL: CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION (Construction and Maintenance)

Cell Phone: 416.841.1399

E-Mail: info@electricalexam.ca

APPROVED BY:______Sam Mallak______

APPROVAL Date:___ July 3rd, 2018___

 

I. COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

This course is essential for any Construction and Maintenance student who is preparing to write the Certificate of Qualification exam. Every effort is made to ensure that each practice exam in this course emulates the Red Seal C of Q exam in content, difficulty level, and format. This course is focused in order to maximize the information you need to study effectively, build a winning strategy and pass the C of Q.

  • The course is well designed and simple.
  • Teaches you how to use the Canadian Electrical codebook effectively.
  • Comprehensive tests are run before you write the real test.
  • Proven success track record-very popular course-Over 1480 students have been licensed.
      • Percentage of questions for each block of the trade (EXAM CODE T30901 IN ONTARIO NOC: 7241 Alberta)
      • Major Work Activity

        Percentage (%) of questions on exam*

        A - Performs common occupational skills

        11

        B - Installs, services and maintains generating, distribution and service systems

        29

        C - Installs, services and maintains wiring systems

        30

        D - Installs, services and maintains motors and control systems

        20

        E - Installs, services and maintains signaling and communication systems

        10

        Total

        100

 

II. TOPICAL OUTLINE:

 

Session

  1. Introduction to the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code including, tables, Diagrams, Appendixes B & D. Techniques on using the index effectively. Raceways, Bonding & Grounding. Fuses, Expansion of PVC conduit, ac/dc motor currents, NS cable (Duplex, Triplex, Quadruplex-75° & 90°C), GTK (General Technical Knowledge) questions. Conversions-metric to imperial. Instrument transformer, motor & hermetic equipment disconnecting means, sheath currents, occupational skills, ground detection system, consumer service, supply service, section 2 (safety), H.V. grounding, Emergency systems, voltage drop, conductor sizing for transformers (T1, T2, T3, T4), enclosures, True power vs. apparent power vs. Vars. Protection of capacitor.
  2. Bending radii for H.V. cabling, consumer vs. supply service, stress cones in H.V., consumer service supply conductor clearance, underground conductor protection, heating cable sets, luminaire control,( T11, T19 & TD1-Temp, condition of use & voltage rating). Conductors in boxes, wireways, heating panel, raceway sizing ( different size conductors), conduit supports, range receptacle height, boxes in concrete, derating, conductor sizing in extra low voltage systems (TD4), pull box sizing, DC motors, single phase & three phase motors explained, motor control circuits, T37 explained.
  3. Overloads, motor grouping, motor speed formula, different size & type of conductors in the same raceway, fire alarm circuits, conductors pulled vs. laid in FA raceways, FCC cable use, analog vs. digital scaling, troubleshooting, working space around electrical equipment, conductor protection, snow melting cable, FT1 & FT4 rating, T6 (conduit sizing-notes on table), weight on flexible cord, ceiling outlet boxes & wall outlet boxes, fusible switches ratings, temporary wiring.
  4. Consumer service, panelboards in dwelling units, point of attachment, branch circuit positions, hinged panels, Tables 10 & 9 explained, troubleshooting, bonding jumper, bonding conductor, communication & power conductors in common trench, when is bonding tools and appliances unnecessary? rod electrode, combination circuit, NS cable support, flexible metal conduit support, surface raceway max. voltage line to line, tightening torque for lug connectors, transformer ratios, Delta-Wye voltages & currents calculated, female threaded PVC adapters, rigid steel conduit supports, HP calculations-given PF, Transformer voltages, currents & number of turns, mounting of dry type transformers.
  5. Transformer efficiency, transformer types, changing a DC motor to a generator, soldering stranded conductors, reversing a capacitor start, three phase & split phase motors. Dc generator to ac generator, low voltage release (2 wire) & low voltage protection (3 wire), receptacles around pools & showers, instantaneous-trip breakers, motor jogging, ground detection device, sub-panel max. breaker size, show window lighting, a megger, warning notices, class I, zone 0, end of line resistor, class II, division 1, emergency system testing, fencing in H.V. substations, WHMIS. Hand signals, IEEE installation configuration detail 3 of B4-3, fence posts, spacing, basic load wattage-warehouse, max. number of #10 AWG conductors in a junction box (T22) , heating cable sets over-current device, flexible cord ampacity, ELC (extra low voltage cable) temperature rating, wiring of Start & Stop buttons, NCTC & NOTO contacts, signal circuits, trouble buzzer, communication cable separation, transformer testing and marking (additive vs. subtractive), SCRs, resistive loads, conical washers use.
  6. A - Performs common occupational skills-CEPE
  7. B - Installs, services and maintains generating, distribution and service systems-CEPE
  8. C - Installs, services and maintains wiring systems-CEPE
  9. D - Installs, services and maintains motors and control systems-CEPE
  10. E - Installs, services and maintains signalling and communication systems-CEPE

 

III. REQUIRED TEXT(S) AND OTHER LEARNING MATERIALS

 

  1. Canadian Electrical Code Book 2015.
  2. A notebook, a highlighter, a pen, a good calculator.
  3. Electrician Self Assessment Tool for Construction & Maintenance only 2015 is now available at shop.csa.ca. It is called CEPE (Canadian Electrical Practice Exam) to order go to shop.csa.ca and search CEPE (sold separately). It is only available in a download format. 

 

Course outline 442a-Industrial Electrical Licence Exam

 

 

ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION

Fast Track

COURSE OUTLINE

YEAR 2018

 

 

COURSE NAME: ELECTRICAL: CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION (Industrial)

Cell Phone: 416.841.1399

E-Mail: info@electricalexam.ca

APPROVED BY:______Sam Mallak______

APPROVAL Date:____ July 3rd, 2018__

APPROVED BY: SAM MALLAK__________ 

 

I. COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

This course is essential for any electrical industrial student who is preparing to write the Certificate of Qualification exam. Every effort is made to ensure that each practice exam in this course emulates the Red Seal C of Q exam in content, difficulty level, and format. This course is focused in order to maximize the information you need to study effectively, build a winning strategy and pass the C of Q.

  • The course is well designed and simple.
  • Teaches you how to use the Canadian Electrical codebook effectively.
  • Comprehensive tests are run before you write the real test.
  • Proven success track record-very popular course-Over 1480 students have been licensed.
    • Block A: Common Occupational Skills
    • Block B: Power Distribution And Generating Systems
    • Block C: Electrical Equipment
    • Block D: Emergency And Standby Systems
    • Block E: Communication Systems
    • Block F: Process Control Systems
    • Block G: Building And Environmental Control Systems

 

II. TOPICAL OUTLINE:

 

Session

  1. Introduction to CEC including, tables, Diagrams, Appendixes B & D and the index. Techniques on using the index effectively. The difference between a cable, a conductor, and a cord, overload vs. Overcurrent, Raceways, Bonding & Grounding. Fuses, calculations for conductor size, overcurrent and overload for AC motors, Hermetic and Capacitors, GTK (General Technical Knowledge) questions. Conversions-metric to imperial. VFDs, PLCs, induction motors, GFCI, charring, MCC, motor control, generator synchronization, troubleshooting, low pressure lamps, high pressure sodium lamps, tap changers, generators in parallel, conductors in raceways, EOL resistors, infrared light, pressure regulator, cooling systems, furnace, ampacity, transformers, Cts & Pts, conduit support, 7 segment display, battery banks, switches in liquid tanks, meggers, static brakes, frequency, UV light, DC motors over speed, pressure switch, air compressors, tap setting on a transformer, static inverter, spark on starter, overhead crane, DC welder, eliminating interference, fire alarm, Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs, phase relay, tacho generator, LRC (Locked Rotor Current), field currents on generator, torque, transducers, hazardous locations, OR and AND gates, normally closed, low voltage, least angle of stress, neutral plane, open delta transformer, lock-out, k type thermocouple, dielectric test, pneumatic system.
  2. KVA, W, KVARS, thermo graphic testing, magnetic circuit breaker, impedance of a coaxial cable, Sulphur hexafluoride (SH6F), dust collection system, Ground Fault Protection, step ladder, robotic arm, blue scale printing, splitters, filters, resistors, binary system , WHMIS, rapid vs. instant start fluorescent luminaire NOTC contacts, low voltage release vs. low voltage protection, PA system, phasing, Preventative maintenance, AC alternator, centrifugal switch, dynamic braking, shunt generator, synchronous motor, ground detection device, lagging power, impedance grounded system.
  3. Fuses, transistors, optical fibre cable, UPS, ballasts, SCR drive, star connection, coaxial cable, cable tray, PPE, Cathodic protection, mutlimeters, SCRs, sauna heaters, IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistor), torque, forklift, fire control panel, submersible pump, communication cable, amount of threads, signal devices, SCR parameters, K rating, T rating, thermistor, triacs, flow switch, fwd/rev motor contactor, communication connector, radiant heat, fire extinguishers, fire detectors, two stage type fire alarm system, intensity discharge lighting, exit sign, unit equipment, additive and subtractive polarity, DCS.
  4. Pull boxes, delta-delta, auto-transformer, mercury switch, relays, magnetic switches, NPN transistor, network cables, hoist controller, power cables, zero volt test, reduced voltage starter, lead acid batteries, liquid type transformers, BCD code switch, starter circuit, zero sequence relay, nickel cadmium rechargeable batteries, ultrasonic sensor.
  5. Transformer efficiency, transformer types, changing a DC motor to a generator, soldering stranded conductors, reversing a capacitor start, three phase & split phase motors. Dc generator to ac generator, low voltage release (2 wire) & low voltage protection (3 wire), receptacles around pools & showers, instantaneous-trip breakers, motor jogging, ground detection device, sub-panel max. breaker size, show window lighting, a megger, warning notices, class I, zone 0, end of line resistor, class II, division 1, emergency system testing, fencing in H.V. substations, WHMIS. Hand signals, IEEE installation configuration detail 3 of B4-3, fence posts, spacing, basic load wattage-warehouse, max. number of #10 AWG conductors in a junction box (T22) , heating cable sets over-current device, flexible cord ampacity, ELC (extra low voltage cable) temperature rating, wiring of Start & Stop buttons, NCTC & NOTO contacts, signal circuits, trouble buzzer, communication cable separation, transformer testing and marking (additive vs. subtractive), SCRs, resistive loads, conical washers use.
  6. Forward/reverse control circuit, remote lamps, auxiliary gutters, temporary wiring, vertical supports, busways, star-delta with series resistance, temperature control devices, class of wiring for class 2 circuits, fire separation.
  7. Work Activities, Power Distribution and Generating Systems, Low-Voltage Distribution Systems.
  8. Communication and Data Systems, Industrial Instrumentation and Devices, Electrical Equipment
  9. Microprocessor-Based Systems, Heat Vent, Emergency and Standby Systems, Predictive Maintenance.
  10. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)-You need 90% or better.
  11. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)-You need 90% or better.
  12. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)-You need 90% or better.

 

III. REQUIRED TEXT(S) AND OTHER LEARNING MATERIALS

 

  1. Canadian Electrical Code Book 2015
  2. A notebook, a highlighter, a pen, a good calculator.
  3. EISAT (Electrician Industrial Self Assessment Tool)- 2015 with 24/7 support- New Version is now available at www.electricalexamreview.com for Fast and Easy Access.

 

 

IV. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES

 

None.

 

V. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

 

Due to the topics being sequentially presented, full attendance is crucial. Students are expected to work on assignments concurrently.

 

VI. METHOD OF STUDENT EVALUATION

 

Activity Weighting (%)

3 Test(s) @ 33% each 100

Total 100

In spite of the actual marks earned, a final mark is valid only if a student participates in each and every part of this course, including final exams.

 

VII. MISSED/FAILED/SUPPLEMENTAL TESTS, EXAMINATIONS AND PROJECTS

 

Supplemental tests, exams and projects are not available in this course, unless extraordinary, documentable circumstances have prevented a student from participating in scheduled course activities. Notification and application for supplementals MUST be made in a timely manner directly to the course leader.

 

DISCLAIMER

 

While every effort is made by the professor to cover all content material listed in this outline, the order, content and/or evaluation may change as a result of special circumstances (e.g. time constraints due to inclement weather, College closure, technology/equipment problems and/or changes, etc.) In any such case, every effort will be made to make appropriate adjustments to the course delivery.

 

end faq

 

Percentage
Major Work ActivityPercentage (%) of questions on exam*
A - Performs common occupational skills 11
B - Installs, services and maintains generating, distribution and service systems 29
C - Installs, services and maintains wiring systems 30
D - Installs, services and maintains motors and control systems 20
E - Installs, services and maintains signaling and communication systems 10
Total 100

 

Percentage
Major Work ActivityPercentage (%) of questions on exam*
A - Performs common occupational skills 11
B - Installs, services and maintains generating, distribution and service systems 29
C - Installs, services and maintains wiring systems 30
D - Installs, services and maintains motors and control systems 20
E - Installs, services and maintains signaling and communication systems 10
Total 100
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