Electricity I (Grades 10-11) 8533C,
2 Credits Prerequisite: None
Description of Course: This program will provide a foundation for students who want a career in one of the many aspects of the electrical field. The program begins with general safety and first aid, occupational introduction, trade information (NEC), basic theory of electricity, alternating and direct current wiring methods.
Electricity II 8534 (Grades 11&12)
Students continue to develop skills in the installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems. They also study electrical theory and mathematical problems related to electricity, navigate the National Electrical Code Book, select and install conductors, examine lighting, communication, and power systems, and work with conduit and raceways, panelboards, switchboards, grounding systems, and generators.