Electrical training courses and schools
Electrical Engineering programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 308 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.



Global Innovative Main Campus

Training Centre/Campus: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Phone No.: 1(888) 384 4863

Maintenance, Inspection, Diagnostics, Testing, Troubleshooting Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This seminar will cover in detail all the inspection methods and tests required to identify faults and deficiencies in electrical equipment.

Description:
This seminar will provide a comprehensive understanding of all the maintenance, inspection, diagnostics, testing, troubleshooting, refurbishment, commissioning, and protective systems of all electrical equipment including: transformers, inverters, rectifiers, motors, variable frequency drives, uninterruptible power systems, generators, circuit breakers, fuses, and industrial batteries. This seminar will cover in detail all the inspection methods and tests required to identify faults and deficiencies in electrical equipment, as well as, the repair techniques and available refurbishment methods. This seminar will also cover the activities required to commission this equipment and it will also cover all protective systems associated with this equipment. The objective of the seminar is to maximize the efficiency... [Read More]


Best Western Village Park Inn

Training Centre/Campus: Calgary, AB, Canada
Phone No.: 888 384 4863

Electrical Engineering for Non Electrical Engineers Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This seminar will cover all disciplines of electrical engineering including alternating current systems, direct current systems, magnetism, power equipment, switchgear, and protective equipment without relying on complex mathematics. This seminar is a MUST for any individual seeking an in-depth knowledge of all the principles, and practices of electrical engineering as well as electrical equipment or an electrical engineer who would like to refresh and enhance their understanding of electrical equipment. This seminar will be taught in an easy to understand manner by demonstrating practical examples of applied electrical engineering through illustrated case studies. This seminar will also provide a comprehensive understanding of the operation and maintenance of all essential electrical equipment including the various types of transformers, inverters, rectifiers, motors, variable frequency drives, uninterruptible power systems, generators, excitation systems, circuit breakers, ... [Read More]


Red Seal Education Centre

Training Centre/Campus: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 7788667330

Plumbing Electrical Certificate of Qualification pre exam

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V



The course:
�Targets on the newest Plumbing Certificate of Qualification Exams,
�The newest updated National Plumbing Code 2010, Canada.
�40 hours part time study (evening time on weekday or day time weekend, 2 classes/per week).
�Over 1000 updated practice questions for recent examination
�Great helpful for different levels examiners to get Certificate of Qualification, Interprovincial IP Red Seal

Electrical Certificate of Qualification Interprovincial IP Red Seal pre exam

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

1. Certificate of Qualification Pre Exam :

1). Plumbing Certificate of Qualification pre exam training Course

2). Electrician Certificate of Qualification pre exam training Course


University of the Fraser Valley Continuing Studies

Training Centres/Campuses: Abbotsford, Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604-851-6324

Electrical Code

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This 60-hour course provides a thorough review of the main sections of the 2012 Canadian Electrical Code, emphasizing BC amendments, bulletins, and regulations of the Safety Standards Act and Safety Standards Regulations. The course is designed for electricians and apprentices planning to upgrade their knowledge of the code and for those that are planning on writing the Field Safety Representatives Exams. The course and instructor are recognized by the Electrical Safety Authority.


University of the Fraser Valley

Training Centres/Campuses: Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604-504-7441

Electrical Technician (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Graduates will be well prepared to enter the trade as apprentices. As an apprentice you will learn to:
•Install, maintain and repair equipment in Residential, Commercial, and Industrial establishments.
•Install, connect, and test electrical wiring systems for light, heat, and power


CAREER EXPECTATIONS

The Construction Electrical certificate program covers the basic concepts of safety, code electrical construction and maintenance. Basic skills learned include:
•Commercial-type wiring methods
•Polyphase systems
•Power distribution systems
•Iindustrial electronics
•Introduction to rotation electrical equipment


ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
•High school graduation or equivalent (or a letter from your school stating you will graduate)
•Successful completion of math and reading entrance exam
•Note: applicants should possess good hand/eye coordination and good colour vision


Selkirk College

Training Centres/Campuses: Castlegar, Nelson, Trail, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 1.888.953.1133

Electrical Foundation (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This 24-week program prepares learners for entry level positions as apprentice electricians with contracting companies involved in residential, commercial, and industrial construction and maintenance work.

Students engage in a variety of classroom, laboratory, and shop activities. Students learn theoretical principals of electricity in the classroom, test their knowledge in the laboratory, and apply their knowledge in the shop where they design, install and construct electrical power, lighting and control systems in compliance with provincial and national codes.



Students earn credit for the Level One technical training component of the electrical apprenticeship as well as advance credit for 350 work-based hours of the practical on-the-job component of an apprenticeship.



Graduates of the Electrical Foundation Program at Selkirk College typically find employment as electrical apprentices engaged in the installation and ... [Read More]

BC Low Energy Code (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Divided into 5 lessons and 5 assignments our BC Low Energy Code course offers you access to tutorial help. You’ll learn about the fundamentals of the rules and regulations governing Low Energy electrical work and installation that you’ll need. This course is administered through Community Education. You’ll use the 2012 Canadian Electrical Code (22nd edition) to gain valuable knowledge and training in:
�BC Authorization Procedures For Electrical Contractors
�BC Bulletins, Amendments, General and Electrical Safety Regulations
�Correct Interpretations Of Applicable Code Rules
�Proper Use Of The Code Book
�The BC Safety Standards Act

The course is designed to help students navigate through the code book. You will gain a fundamental understanding of the rules and regulations governing the installation of electrical work.

Duration

The course work is challenging, however most students that are able to devote a f... [Read More]

BC Electrical Code (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Divided into 10 lessons and 10 assignments our BC Electrical Code course offers you access to tutorial help. You’ll learn about the fundamentals of the rules and regulations governing Canadian electrical work, installation and the calculations you’ll need. This course is administered through Community Education. You’ll use the 2012 Canadian Electrical Code (22nd edition) to gain valuable knowledge and training in:
�BC Authorization Procedures For Electrical Contractors
�BC Bulletins, Amendments, General and Electrical Safety Regulations
�Correct Interpretations Of Applicable Code Rules
�Proper Use Of The Code Book
�The BC Safety Standards Act

The course is designed to help students navigate through the code book. You will gain a fundamental understanding of the rules and regulations governing the installation of electrical work. You will gain knowledge of the calculations that are a large part of the code regulations. Many examp... [Read More]


Northwest Community College

Training Centres/Campuses: Hazelton, Kitimat, Masset, Smithers, Skidegate, Prince Rupert, Terrace, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 1.877.277.2288

Electrical (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The Electrical Foundation program prepares students for entry-level positions as electrical apprentices with contracting companies involved in residential, commercial and industrial construction and maintenance. Students learn to access and utilize resource materials, follow procedures and make sound decisions while installing and maintaining electrical equipment.

Program Outline

The full-time, 24-week program is competency based. The program delivers the complete theoretical and practical outcomes of the provincially accredited Level 1 Electrical Work Apprenticeship program.

Career Opportunities

A growing need for electricians has been identified in northwestern BC as resource development opportunities increase and as older workers begin to retire from existing positions in established industries. Graduates find employment as electrical apprentices installing and maintaining lighting, heating, control, alarm, data and commercial ... [Read More]


Northern Lights College

Training Centre/Campus: Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 1-866-463-6652

Wind Turbine Electrical Safety Protocol

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

- Wind Turbine Electrical Safe work practices
- Application of the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC)
- Wiring practices
- Rules of the CEC

Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:

- Describe safe work practices when working on wind turbines
- Identify safety gear for electrical work (PPE)
- Describe safety equipment used in electrical work
- Apply the CEC to appropriate electrical work
- Utilize safe work practice in lab mock ups

Electrical Installations

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

P6B-1: Wiring
â—?Complete assembly of wiring harness according to wiring diagram
â—?Apply marking criteria
P6B-2: Mag Timer
â—?Draw plans for appropriate aluminum box
â—?Fabricate box from plans
â—?Assemble components
â—ľApply marking criteria
P6B-3: Radio Install
â—?Draw wiring schematic
â—?Install wiring according to schematic
â—?Install components and test installation
â—?Apply marking criteria
Learning Outcomes:
â—ľThe student will interpret wiring diagrams, select appropriate parts and components, and assemble them using proper techniques to complete assigned electrical installations.

Electrical Components and Circuits

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

P6A-1: DC Labs
â—?Measure resistors in series and parallel
â—?Calculate circuit values
â—?Test circuits for proper operation using appropriate meters
P6A-2: DC Circuits
â—?Design circuits to accomplish specific circuit functions
â—?Build the circuits to prove design
P6A3: AC Labs
â—?Calculate circuit valves
â—?Test circuits for proper operation using appropriate meters
P6A-4: Electrical Components
â—?Inspect and test a generator, alternator, and starter
â—?Install wiring for a typical electrical generating circuit
Learning Outcomes:
â—ľThe student will disassemble, inspect, reassemble and test airframe components and magnetos.
â—ľThe student will assemble typical electrical installations and appropriate testing and operation.


North Island College

Training Centres/Campuses: Campbell River, Courtenay, Port Alberni, Port Hardy, Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-715-0914

Electrical Foundation (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V


The Electrical Foundation program, which consists of two blocks of training, provides students with strong technical knowledge while they develop the fundamental skills that electricians require.

During the first 8-week block, students gain generic trade skills and knowledge, preparing them for further study. In the second block, which lasts for 16 weeks, students participate in an enhanced year one Electrical apprenticeship training session. Here, they develop both the theoretical and practical skills required of a first-year apprentice.

Students learn the safe and correct use of common hand tools, power tools, and other equipment used in the trades, with particular emphasis on use in the electrical trade. They also learn basic theoretical and practical knowledge of residential and commercial wiring techniques, theoretical and practical knowledge of electrical codes, and a comprehensive knowledge of many of the electrical components used in the tr... [Read More]

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