Electricity IV – Second Semester
Continuation of Motor Control - Students will learn theory and practical application dealing with control relays, control circuits, electronic timer, overload relays, and motors. The course will provide a natural progression into the basic concepts needed to troubleshoot control systems. The course consist of electrical and mechanical components and how they are connected together to control different types of motors. (2nd Semester - 75 Hours Total) Most classes require a minimum of 10 (ten) students for a class to be offered in the current semester. Exceptions are determined on an individual class basis.
Tuition/ Hours: $400/75
Days: M/W or T/TH
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Dates: January 22 – May 9