Industrial Electricity Courses
Total Clock Hours 1080
IE 2110 Employability Skills
Clock Hours 31
The Job Search/Resume Class is designed to equip students with the necessary skills to successfully navigate the job search process. The class provides students with guidance in identifying potential employers, as well as assistance in completing job applications and preparing a standout resume and cover letter. The Interview Skills Class is a valuable resource for student as they prepare for job interviews. The class covers the component of an interview, common interview questions, and offers students the opportunity to practice their interview skills in a supportive environment. To help students excel in the workplace, the Workplace Communication Skills Class focuses on effective communication, including communication styles, active listening, non-verbal communication, professional presentation, electronic communication, and conflict resolution. First Aid and CPR Class teaches individuals the basic of life support and how to provide initial medical care in emergency situations.
IE 1411 DC Circuits
Clock Hours 180
Perform basic and complex DC circuit analysis; design, build, test, and troubleshoot DC circuits and devices. Explore the electrical and magnetic properties of materials. Build and test solar photovoltaic and battery systems as used in off-grid power systems.
IE 1421 AC Circuits
Clock Hours 170
Perform basic and complex AC circuit analysis; design, build, test, and troubleshoot AC circuits and devices. Build, test and measure circuits that have complex impedance; calculate system power factors; real and reactive loads.
IE 1111 Industrial Technology
Clock Hours 194
Measurement systems and instruments, technical communication, drafting, blueprints, work standards, rigging, machine tools, mechanical fastening systems, electrical connections and terminations, working with metal, metal cutting, quality control.
IE 1511 Electrical Machines
Clock Hours 180
Theory, operation, construction and maintenance of electrical machines used for generation, distribution, and mechanical power. Principles of governing and control of internal combustion powered generators. Operate and perform measurements on paralleled generator sets. Installation, theory and operation of electrically excited and permanent magnet synchronous alternators. Interprets and applies national Electrical Code as appropriate.
IE 1011 Industrial Safety and Health
Clock Hours 125
Introduction to Industrial Workplace Safety and Health. OSHA 10 training provides information and guidance for occupational safety and health regulations, standards, and practices. Electrical safety in the workplace; personal protective equipment, control of hazardous energy and risk analysis. Explore the specific personal protective equipment and hazard mitigation techniques used in tower climbing, with environmental hazards, working at heights and with energy stored in battery and energy storage systems typically found in renewable power installations.
IE 1711 Mechatronics and Automated Systems
Clock Hours 200
Design, build, program, and maintain automated industrial mechatronic systems using computers, micro-controllers, PLC’s, VFD’s, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electro-mechanical systems. Apply the scientific principles and methods of technical occupations; explore concepts of energy, work, efficiency, force, and motion. Build and test automated power distribution and generation systems.