Apprentice Level 1

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The first level begins with the study of some of OSHA’s construction safety rules and introduces apprentices to theprinciples associated with electricity, electrical theory, and the basics of electrical systems. These basic fundamentals are necessary in understanding complex NEC requirements covered throughout the program. Digital multimeter principles will also be covered. In the latter part of the level students will be introduced to, and begin utilizing, the National Electrical Code.

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The primary goal of Level 1 is for students to possess the knowledge necessary to safely and proficiently perform the job duties and responsibilities expected of a first-year apprentice. They’ll have built a foundation of knowledge about construction safety, electrical safety, and electrical theory that’s necessary to understand the National Electrical Code (NEC).

They’ll be introduced to the Code rules that are related to general wiring requirements, outlet box sizing, raceway sizing, and bonding and grounding. In addition, they’ll learn how a multimeter is used in the field and receive a multimeter competency certification.

This course is broken into 4 – 12 week programs, with a 1-week break between terms.

All new in person apprentices get a starter tool package from Platt Electric.

Robert Ray Robert Ray Author

About the instructor

20 years of electrifying expertise | Formerly powered up Microsoft’s projects & lit up Antarctica’s horizons as the electrical foreman Currently illuminating minds at GEAR by training the next generation of electricians #SparkOfKnowledge

Apprentice level 1

$2,000.00
2 years of access

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