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Category Name:
Electrical

 

Courses For This Category

 

 Ampacity Correction Factor & Voltage Drop
 Basic Controls
 Basic Mathematics for Electricians
 Blueprint Reading for Electrical
 Box Selection Raceway Fill
 Conductor Installations
 Controls
 Electrical Accelerated I - A
 Electrical Accelerated I - B
 Electrical Accelerated II - A
 Electrical Accelerated II - B
 Electrical Calculations
 Electrical Design
 Electrical Estimating
 Electrical I - A
 Electrical I - A Spanish
 Electrical I - B
 Electrical I - B Spanish
 Electrical I Doubletime
 Electrical I-A Daytime
 Electrical I-B Daytime
 Electrical II - A
 Electrical II - B
 Electrical II-A Daytime
 Electrical II-B Daytime
 Electrical III - A
 Electrical III - B
 Electrical III-A Daytime
 Electrical III-B Daytime
 Electrical IV - A
 Electrical IV - B
 Electrical IV-A Daytime
 Electrical IV-B Daytime
 Electrical Journeyman Prep
 Electrical License Prep
 Electrical Master Prep
 Electrical Planning/Estimating
 Electrical Safety Training
 Electrical Test Equipment
 Electrical Tradesman Training
 Hand Bending
 Lighting Science and Design
 Medium Voltage
 Motor Calculations
 NEC 2008 Analysis of Change
 NEC 2008 Analysis of Changes (CEU hours)
 NEC 2011 Analysis of Changes
 NEC 2014 Analysis of Changes
 NEC 2014 Analysis of Changes (CEU)
 Service Grounding
 
Scheduled Courses
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Blueprint Reading for Electrical Hoops T R E 7:15 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/10/2018 North Lake College - North
Electrical I - A Rodgers M E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/22/2018 5/21/2018 DFWEC
Electrical I - B Whisenhunt T E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical I - B Zavala T S 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical I - B Rodgers W E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/17/2018 5/23/2018 DFWEC
Electrical II - B Vallas T E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical II - B Vallas R E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/18/2018 5/24/2018 DFWEC
Electrical III - B Munoz T E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical III - B Munoz R E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/18/2018 5/24/2018 DFWEC
Electrical IV - B Elliott, Jr W E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/17/2018 5/23/2018 DFWEC
Electrical Journeyman Prep Elliott, Jr M E 5:00 PM 9:00 PM 2/12/2018 5/14/2018
Electrical Master Prep Elliott, Jr M E 5:00 PM 9:00 PM 2/12/2018 5/14/2018
Electrical Planning/Estimating Hoops M W E 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 1/17/2018 5/9/2018 DFWEC
Electrical Planning/Estimating Hoops M W E 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 1/17/2018 5/9/2018 DFWEC
Electrical Tradesman Training Whisenhunt M T W R F E 8:00 AM 4:00 PM 2/26/2018 3/9/2018 DFWEC
Electrical Tradesman Training Whisenhunt M T W R F E 8:00 AM 4:00 PM 4/23/2018 5/4/2018 DFWEC
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Legend: M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, Sa=Saturday, DFWEC=DFW Education Center, NLC=North Lake College Main Campus
 
Course Details
Ampacity Correction Factor & Voltage Drop
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $78.00
1 Sessions/04 Hours
TDLR Course #3358 - This four hour session will address heat as it pertains to conductor selection, as well as length as it pertains to voltage drops. The seminar will include a detailed analysis of table 310.16 and conductor properties in table 8. It is a four (4) hour course based on the 2005 National Electrical Code. This course is also a review of the State of Texas Law concerning the conduct of electrical license holders. This course is only a review and is not meant as a substitute for fundamental knowledge of electrical systems. Students MUST be registered before class, and be able to provide License Number and License Type information required to register.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Basic Controls
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $150.00
2 Sessions/8 Hours
This course is geared toward developing an Electrician that can understand the operation and installation of a basic Control circuit from a control circuit drawing with limited supervision. Topics will include: electrical theory refresher, electrical drawings, control devices, and Troubleshooting.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
None Required
$0.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Basic Mathematics for Electricians
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $263.00
10 Sessions/30 Hours
Practical problems with real-world scenarios in the electrical trade are used to gain the math skills you need to succeed. The class begins with basic arithmetic and progresses to algebra and then trigonometry. Topics include whole numbers, common fractions, decimal fractions, percents, averages, and estimates, powers and roots, measure, ratio and proportion, formulas, and trigonometry.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Blueprint Reading for Electrical
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $504.00
31 Sessions/48 Hours
Students will read and understand electrical drawings and specifications; learn to interface with other trade contractors’ drawings to avoid installation conflicts; review architectural drawings, details and drawings and elevation drawings as they apply to installation of electrical items. NOTE: This is a continuing education class (DFTG 1022)
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
None Required
$0.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Blueprint Reading for Electrical Hoops T R E 7:15 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/10/2018 North Lake College - North
 
Box Selection Raceway Fill
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $78.00
1 Sessions/4 Hours
Box Selection Raceway Fill TDLR Course #2260 - This four hour session will address the following topics: State Law and Administrative rules, Box Fill Calculations, Box fill for mixed sizes, Conduit Bodies, Boxes over 6’, Conduit fill for round raceways, Multi-conductor Cables area calculations, Auxiliary Wireways and Gutters, and Boxes for conductors #4 AWG and Larger.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Conductor Installations
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $100.00
1 Sessions/4 Hours
Covers the transportations, storage, and setup of cable reels; methods of rigging; and procedures for complete cable pulls in raceways and cable trays.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
None Required
$0.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Controls
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $497.00
0 Sessions/24 Hours
Prerequisite: Students must have at least 3 years experience and a good understanding of basic circuitry. This course is geared toward developing an Electrician that can understand the operation and installation of a basic Control circuit from a control circuit drawing with limited supervision. Topics will include: electrical theory refresher, electrical drawings, control devices, and Troubleshooting. Note 1: Student is required to have the basic hand tools for the lab exercises as well as provide the NEC 2005 Code Book. The Code Book is available at the CEF bookstore for purchase. Note 2: Square D handouts will be provided.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Req Experience: 3 Years in Electrical Trade, preferably with some classroom hours
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical Accelerated I - A
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $915.00
17 Sessions/80 Hours
Math Ohm’s Law Basics, Math Trigonometry, Temporary Power, Advanced Blueprint Reading, Alternating Current, Wiring Devices, Grounding and Bonding, and Distribution System Transformers.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Applied Construction Math I - English
OR Test: TABE Math - English
OR Test: Applied Construction Math
MANDATORY
Req Test: TABE Reading - English
MANDATORY
Req Experience: 4 Years in related field
MANDATORY
Skill Assessment: Electrical Accelerated Agreement
MANDATORY
Req Test: Electrical Accelerated Assessment
OR Skill Assessment:
MANDATORY
Instructor Consent: REQUIRED
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical Accelerated I - B
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $821.00
18 Sessions/80 Hours
Electrical Accelerated I-B: Consists of 160 hours. Course topics include: Electrical Test Equipment; Lamps, Ballast & Components; Grounding; Raceway, Box and Fitting Fill Requirements; Conductor Selection & Calculations; Overcurrent Protection; Contactors and Relays; Motors: Theory & Application; Hazardous Locations; and Exit Level CODE achievement test. Books & Materials for Electrical Accelerated
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical Accelerated I - A
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Previously Purchased
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical Accelerated II - A
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $862.00
17 Sessions/80 Hours
Consists of 160 hours. Course topics include: Math Reviews-Ohm’s Laws- Transformers; Fire Alarm Systems; Motor Controls; Advanced Motor Controls; Motor Calculations; Load Calculations – Branch Feeders & Circuits; Load Calculations Feeders and Services; Standby and Emergency Systems; Specialty Transformers; Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection; and High Voltage Terminations/Splices.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical Accelerated I - B
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical Accelerated II - B
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $862.00
17 Sessions/48 Hours
This level is crucial for Journeyman Exam Preparation. Course topics: Classroom activities will concentrate on calculations exercises and classrooms lectures including branch circuit basics, Ampacity correction factors, motor circuit calculations for branches and feeders, tap rules, welder branch and feeders, small box sizing for junction, pull and device containment, large pull box sizing conduit fill and minimum sizing, auxiliary wireways sizing, single family residential service calculations (General and optional method), multifamily service calculations and commercial services.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical Accelerated II - A
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical Design
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $125.00
0 Sessions/4 Hours
Prerequisite: None Required This course will explain how to properly install materials used per code requirment that will save time and money. Calculations for branch, feeder curcuits, and panel requirements.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical I - A
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
19 Sessions/80 Hours
Prerequisite - English TABE Math and Reading Test Electrical 1-A: Consists of 80 hours per semester, including labs. Course topics: Orientation to the Trade, Basic Safety, Electrical Safety, Introduction to Construction Math, Introduction to Hand Tools, Introduction to Power Tools, Electrical Test Equipment, Hand Bending, Introduction to Basic Rigging, Device Boxes, Introduction to Electrical Circuits, Basic Communication Skills and Basic Employability Skills
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Applied Construction Math I - English
OR Test: TABE Math - English
OR Test: TABE Math - Spanish
MANDATORY
Req Test: TABE Reading - English
OR Test: TABE Reading - Spanish
MATERIALS:
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Purchase Required
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Purchase Required
2017 Ugly's Electrical Reference
$30.00 - Purchase Required
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Purchase Required
Core Curriculum 5th Edition
$73.00 - Purchase Required
Conduit Bending Charts
$4.00 - Purchase Required
Electrical Level 1 TG
$90.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical I - A Rodgers M E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/22/2018 5/21/2018 DFWEC
 
Electrical I - B
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
19 Sessions/80 Hours
Consists of 80 hours per semester, including labs. Course topics: Electrical Theory, Introduction to Materials Handling, Introduction to NEC, Raceways, and Fittings, Conductors and Cables, Introduction to Construction Drawings; Basic Electrical Construction Drawings, Residential Electrical Services.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical I - A
OR Test: Electrical I-A
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Previously Purchased
Electrical Level 1 TG
$90.00 - Previously Purchased
Conduit Bending Charts
$4.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Ugly's Electrical Reference
$30.00 - Previously Purchased
Core Curriculum 5th Edition
$73.00 - Previously Purchased
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical I - B Whisenhunt T E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical I - B Zavala T S 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical I - B Rodgers W E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/17/2018 5/23/2018 DFWEC
 
Electrical I Doubletime
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,902.00
32 Sessions/160 Hours
Consists of 80 hours per semester, including labs. Course topics: Introduction to Electrical 1, Orientation to the Trade; Core- Basic Safety; Electrical Safety; Core-Introduction to Construction Math; Core-Introduction Hand; Core- Introduction to Power Tools; Basic Rigging, Hand Bending;Device Boxes; Intro to Electrical Circuit; Electrical Test Equipment. Electrical Theory II; Introduction to NEC; Raceways and Fittings; Conductors and Cables; MC/AC Cable; Core-Introduction to Construction Drawings; Basic Electrical Construction Drawings; Intro to Wiring Deices; Residential Electric Services; Luminaries (Light Fixtures-Lab).
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Applied Construction Math I - English
OR Test: TABE Math - English
OR Test: Applied Construction Math
MANDATORY
Req Test: TABE Reading - English
Test Out: TABE Math
Test Out: TABE Reading
Test Out: Electrical Placement
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical II - A
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
17 Sessions/80 Hours
Consists of 80 hours including labs per semester. Course topics: Alternating Current; Motors: Theory & Application; Electrical Lighting; Conduit Bending; Pull and Junction Boxes; and Conductor Installations.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical I - B
OR Course: Electrical I Doubletime
OR Course: Electrical I - B Spanish
OR Test: Electrical Placement
MATERIALS:
2017 Ugly's Electrical Reference
$30.00 - Previously Purchased
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Purchase Required
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Purchase Required
Electrical Level 2 TG
$131.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical II - B
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
19 Sessions/80 Hours
Consists of 80 hours including labs per semester. Course topics: Conductor Terminations and Splices; Temporary Power; Grounding and Bonding; Circuit Breakers and Fuses; Control Systems and Fundamental Concepts, and Advanced Blueprint Reading. NOTE: Students must bring their copy of the 2014 NEC Edition
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical II - A
MATERIALS:
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Ugly's Electrical Reference
$30.00 - Previously Purchased
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Purchase Required
Electrical Level 2 TG
$131.00 - Previously Purchased
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical II - B Vallas T E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical II - B Vallas R E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/18/2018 5/24/2018 DFWEC
 
Electrical III - A
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
17 Sessions/80 Hours
Consists of 80 hours per semester, including labs. Course topics: Load Calculations – Branch Feeders, & Circuits; Conductor Selection and Calculation; Practical Applications of Lighting; Hazardous Locations; and Overcurrent Protection.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical II - B
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Purchase Required
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical III - B
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
19 Sessions/80 Hours
Consist of 80 hours per semester, including labs. Course Topics: Distribution Equipment; Transformers; Commercial Electrical Services; Motors Calculations; Voice, Data, and Video; and Motor Controls. NOTE: Students must have a copy of the 2014 NEC Edition.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical III - A
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Ugly's Electrical Reference
$30.00 - Previously Purchased
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical III - B Munoz T E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/16/2018 5/22/2018 DFWEC
Electrical III - B Munoz R E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/18/2018 5/24/2018 DFWEC
 
Electrical IV - A
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
17 Sessions/80 Hours
Consists of 80 hours per semester, including labs. This level is crucial for Journeyman Exam Preparation. Course topics: Calculation Review; Load Calculations; Local Craft Championship test; TDLR Regulations and Laws and NFPA 70E; Health Care Facilities; Standby & Emergency Systems; Basic Electronic Theory; Fire Alarm Systems; Specialty Transformers; and Advanced Motor Controls.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical III - B
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Purchase Required
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Purchase Required
2017 Mike Holt's Illustrated Guide to NEC Exam Preparation
$88.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical IV - B
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $1,223.00
19 Sessions/80 Hours
Consists of 80 hours per semester, including labs. This level is crucial for Journeyman Exam Preparation. Course topics: HVAC Controls, Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection, Motor Operation and Maintenance, Medium Voltage Terminations/Splices, Special Locations, Fundamentals of Crew Leadership; Unit 5- Raceway and box Calculations- Part A- Raceway sizing, Insulated conductors- Chapter 9 tables 5 and 8, raceway properties and sizing, annex C, Part B- outlet box fill, sizing boxes for conductors. Part C- Pull and Junction boxes- sizing requirements; Unit 6-Part A- Conductor sizing and Protection- Conductor insulation, conductor sizes, equipment terminal ratings. Part B- conductor ampacity, ambient temperature corrections, rooftop installations, current carrying conductors, conductor sizing, feeder tap rules. Unit 7- Motor and A/C calculations- Part A- Motor calculations- scope of article 430, motor full load currents, motor nameplates, branch circuit sizing, feeder conductor sizing, overcurrent protection, overload protection sizing, short circuit and ground fault protection. Note: Students must have a copy of the 2017 NEC edition.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical IV - A
MATERIALS:
Calculator Scientific TI30xa
$15.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Mike Holt's Illustrated Guide to NEC Exam Preparation
$88.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Previously Purchased
2017 Ugly's Electrical Reference
$30.00 - Previously Purchased
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical IV - B Elliott, Jr W E 4:30 PM 8:45 PM 1/17/2018 5/23/2018 DFWEC
 
Electrical Journeyman Prep
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $380.00
13 Sessions/52 Hours
Prerequisite - All Required: (1) At least three years experience in Electrical Trade and preferably some classroom hours. (2) Basic math skills with ability to solve simple algebraic equations. This class will consist of an intensive NEC review of Services and Service Equipment, Wiring Methods and Installation, Cabinets, Panelboards, Switchboards, Boxes and Conduit Bodies, Conductors, Motors and Generators, Utilization Equipment and Devices, Special Occupancies and Uses, Ambient Temperature and Other Conductor Derating Factors, Low Voltage Systems NEC requirements, and Hazardous locations. Todos los prerrequisitos necesarios: (1) al menos tres años de experiencia en el comercio eléctrico y preferiblemente algunas horas de clases. (2) habilidades matemáticas básicas con capacidad para resolver ecuaciones algebraicas sencillas. Esta clase consistirá de un intenso examen de NEC de servicios y equipos de servicio, métodos de cableado e instalación, armarios, paneles, cajas y conductos, conductors, Motores y Generadores, Utilización equipos y dispositivos, ocupaciones especiales y usos, temperatura ambiente y otros factores de reduccion de conductor; sistemas de bajo voltaje requisites NEC, y lugares peligrosos.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
2017 Mike Holt's Illustrated Guide to NEC Exam Preparation
$88.00 - Purchase Required
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Purchase Required
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical Journeyman Prep Elliott, Jr M E 5:00 PM 9:00 PM 2/12/2018 5/14/2018
 
Electrical License Prep
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $415.00
10 Sessions/30 Hours
Classroom activities will concentrate on calculations exercises and classrooms lectures including branch circuit basics, ampacity correction factors, motor circuit calculations for branches and feeders, tap rules, welder branch and feeders, small box sizing for junction, pull and device containment, large pull box sizing, conduit fill and minimum sizing, auxiliary wireway sizing, single family residential service calculations (General and optional method), multifamily service calculations and commercial services. Note: Students must have a copy of the 2011 NEC.
PREREQUISITE:
Recommended
Req Experience: 3 Years in Electrical Trade, preferably with some classroom hours
Recommended
Skill Assessment: Basic Math Skills with ability to solve simple algebraic equations.
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********
 
Electrical Master Prep
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $380.00
13 Sessions/52 Hours
Prerequisite - All Required: (1) At least three years experience in Electrical Trade and preferably some classroom hours. (2) Basic math skills with ability to solve simple algebraic equations. This class will consist of an intensive NEC review of Services and Service Equipment; Wiring Methods and Installation; Conductors; Special Occupancies and Uses; Ambient Temperature Derating; electrical calculations of single family, multi-family and two family dwellings, electrical calculations of commercial structures, i.e. schools, offices, stores, banks, marinas, etc.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
2017 Mike Holt's Illustrated Guide to NEC Exam Preparation
$88.00 - Purchase Required
2017 Nec Code Book
$119.00 - Purchase Required
2017 NEC Code Book Tabs
$22.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical Master Prep Elliott, Jr M E 5:00 PM 9:00 PM 2/12/2018 5/14/2018
 
Electrical Planning/Estimating
Type of Class: Semester
Class Fee: $562.00
32 Sessions/80 Hours
Prerequisite - Electrical Blueprint Reading Planning and estimating for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring systems. Includes a variety of electrical techniques; the students will be able to list estimating procedures; formulate material and labor costs; identify types of bids, calculate cost adjustments and job costs, and demonstrate the use if estimating forms.
PREREQUISITE:
MANDATORY
Course: Electrical Blueprint Reading
OR Course: Blueprint Reading for Electrical
MATERIALS:
Blueprints, Northlake Interior Finish Drawing
$25.00 - Purchase Required
Tally Counter
$13.00 - Purchase Required
Highlighters (package 8)
$18.00 - Purchase Required
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
Electrical Planning/Estimating Hoops M W E 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 1/17/2018 5/9/2018 DFWEC
Electrical Planning/Estimating Hoops M W E 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 1/17/2018 5/9/2018 DFWEC
 
Electrical Safety Training
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $74.00
1 Sessions/4 Hours
The purpose of this Electrical Safety Training Course is to help employees who work on electrical systems, know how to work safely around energized systems by using the proper equipment and procedures. It is also designed to help employees understand the types of injury that can be caused by energized electrical systems and how to respond in case of an emergency. The objectives of this course is to help the employee identify: Energized electrical work; Required personal protective equipment; Proper grounding procedures; Safe work distances; Correct procedures for performing energized electrical work; Safety procedures for preventing accidents; Emergency response procedures for responding to an electrical accident; Electrical hazards in the workplace; and How current affects the human body. This course will also explain the requirements in order to be in compliance with: OSHA 29CFR 1910 Subpart S (GeneraI lndustry); OSHA 29CFR 1926 Subpart K (Construction Industry) ; OSHA 29CFR 1910.137(Electrical Protective Equipment); National Electrical Code( NEC); National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Article 70 and 79; National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Article 70E; ANSI Standard Z87.1(Head Protection); and ANSI Standard Z87.l (Eye Protection).
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
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Hand Bending
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $100.00
1 Sessions/4 Hours
Provides an introduction to conduit bending and installtion. Covers the techniques for using hand-operated and step conduit benders, as well as cutting, reaming, and threading conduit.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
None Required
$0.00 - Purchase Required
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Lighting Science and Design
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $424.00
16 Sessions/48 Hours
This course teaches both the science and art of lighting. Topics will include but are not limited to optics, calculations, computer design software, control technology,economic analysis, and lighting history. Hands-on participation as well as textbook studies will be incorporated.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
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Motor Calculations
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $78.00
1 Sessions/4 Hours
Motor Calculations (TDLR Course Number 3359) is a class for those who currently hold a State of Texas Apprentice, Journeyman, or Master Electrical License. It is a four (4) hour course based on the 2005 National Electrical Code. This course is also a review of the State of Texas Law concerning the conduct of electrical license holders. This course is only a review and is not meant as a substitute for fundamental knowledge of electrical systems. Students MUST be registered before class, and be able to provide License Number and License Type information required to register. Note: Students must have a copy of the 2005 N.E.C. Edition as well as a calculator.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
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NEC 2008 Analysis of Change
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $276.00
6 Sessions/24 Hours
This popular program analyzes the major changes regarding the new 2008 version of the National Electrical Code. The text used for this class covers more than 400 of the most significant changes and includes interpretations by code making panel groups that enforce the NEC. The four color book, which the seminar is based upon is loaded with illustrations, photos, and text that clearly identify and explain the changes and their impact. It also contains information regarding new articles like critical operations power systems, reinforced thermosetting resin conduit, control systems for permanent amusement attractions, and electrified truck parking space equipment. After taking this course, the participant should be able to: Have an increased awareness of significant changes to the NEC. Understand the background information about why a change has occurred. Know how changes will affect electrical installations in your particular area. Note: Students must have a copy of the 2008 NEC Edition.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
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NEC 2008 Analysis of Changes (CEU hours)
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $50.00
1 Sessions/4 Hours
TDLR Course# 4344- This four hour session is for those who currently hold a State of Texas Journeyman, or Master Electrical License. This course analysis the major changes regarding the 2008 National Electrical Code. This course is also a review of the State of Texas Law concerning the conduct of electrical license holders. This course is only a review and is not meant as a substitute for fundamental knowledge of electrical systems. Note: Students MUST be registered before class, and be able to provide License Number and License Type information required to register.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
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NEC 2011 Analysis of Changes
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $276.00
6 Sessions/24 Hours
This popular program analyzes the major changes regarding the new 2011 version of the National Electrical Code. The text used for this class covers more than 400 of the most significant changes and includes interpretations by code making panel groups that enforce the NEC. The analysis book which the seminar is based upon is loaded with illustrations, photos, and text that clearly identify and explain the changes and their impact. It also contains information regarding new articles like Article 399, the use, installation and construction specifications for outdoor overhead conductors over 600 volts, Article 694, small wind turbine systems, and Article 840, premisis powered optical fiber-based broadband communications systems. Other changes include limitations and expansion of the use of tamper-resistant receptacles, extensive revisions of Article 310 and the renumbering of all tables, and required field marking of non-dwellling unit service equipment. After taking this course, the participant should be able to: Have an increased awareness of significant changes to the NEC. Understand the background information about why a change has occurred. Know how changes will affect electrical installations in your particular area. Note: Students must have a copy of the 2011 NEC Edition.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
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NEC 2014 Analysis of Changes
Type of Class: Short Term
Class Fee: $276.00
8 Sessions/24 Hours
This popular program analyzes the major changes regarding the new 2014 version of the National Electrical Code. The text used for this class covers more than 200 of the most crucial changes impact your work and includes two major authorities on code interpretations and enforcement, present these vital changes in an easy-to-use format and filled with valuable advice from the experts. It also contains information regarding four new articles headline emerging electrical issues in the NEC-2014 code: Low-Voltage Suspended Ceiling Power Distribution Systems; Modular Data Centers; Fire-Resistive Cable Systems, and Energy Management Systems. After taking this course, the participant should be able to: Have an increased awareness of significant changes to the NEC. Understand the background information about why a change has occurred. Know how changes will affect electrical installations in your particular area. Note: Students must have a copy of the 2014 NEC Edition.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
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NEC 2014 Analysis of Changes (CEU)
Type of Class: Seminar
Class Fee: $50.00
1 Sessions/4 Hours
This popular program analyzes the major changes regarding the new 2014 version of the National Electrical Code. The text used for this class covers more than 200 of the most crucial changes impact your work and includes two major authorities on code interpretations and enforcement, present these vital changes in an easy-to-use format and filled with valuable advice from the experts. It also contains information regarding four new articles headline emerging electrical issues in the NEC-2014 code: Low-Voltage Suspended Ceiling Power Distribution Systems; Modular Data Centers; Fire-Resistive Cable Systems, and Energy Management Systems. After taking this course, the participant should be able to: Have an increased awareness of significant changes to the NEC. Understand the background information about why a change has occurred. Know how changes will affect electrical installations in your particular area. Note: Students must have a copy of the 2014 NEC Edition.
PREREQUISITE:
no prerequisites
MATERIALS:
no materials
CURRENT CLASS SESSIONS:
Course Instructor Day Lang Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Loc
  ******** CLASSES FOR THIS COURSE ARE SCHEDULED IN AN UPCOMING SEMESTER ********