This course is an extensive study of the national and local electric codes for wiring and apparatuses. It covers wiring design and protection, wiring methods and materials, equipment for general use including motors and controllers, special occupancies such as hazardous location; special equipment such as electric welding and machine tool wiring, and the use of tables and diagrams for the solution of practical wiring problems.
Note: This class will run with both credit and non-credit students together in one cohort. Upon successful course completion, participants will receive a Corporate and Continuing Education Certificate of Completion. The required textbook is available for purchase at the Jackson College bookstore.