The 50 hour course introduces students to the material covered in the Electrical Apprenticeship Level 2 program. Course topics include basic mathematical concepts, physics, use of scientific calculator functions that pertain to the program, detailed circuit analysis of various types of single-phase alternating-current electrical systems, power factor correction and single-phase transformer circuits.
TELC 0121 or TELC 0011 or Electrical Apprenticeship Level 1 program or Electrical Foundation program (recommended).
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Solve problems using applied mathematics.
Describe the principles of Pythagorean theorem.
Solve problems applying Pythagorean theorem.
Describe the principles of trigonometry.
Solve problems applying trigonometry.
Describe the principles of alternating current.
Describe the principles of inductance and inductive reactance.
Describe the principles of capacitance and capacitive reactance.
Solve problems involving resistors, inductors and capacitors in DC and AC circuits.
Describe the principles of power factor correction.
Solve problems involving power factor correction.
Describe the principles of single-phase electrical transformers.
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