Course Description

This course is focused towards plant personnel that are responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting electrical equipment. Basic electrical terms and symbols will be discussed along with an emphasis on wiring and troubleshooting. Students will learn common techniques used to troubleshoot faulted equipment and control circuits. 

Course Outline

  • Basic electrical principles
  • Types of industrial electrical systems
  • Safety processes and procedures
  • Understanding electrical symbols and diagrams
  • Interpreting diagrams
  • Identifying components                                     
  • Safety procedures for using testing equipment                                                                                                                                              
  • Troubleshooting methodology
  • Common electrical problems
  • Root cause analysis
  • Motor control circuitry
  • Troubleshooting motor control circuits
  • Motor maintenance
  • Power distribution system components
  • Troubleshooting power distribution systems
  • Safety procedures for working power systems
  • Types of electrical control systems
  • Troubleshooting electrical control systems
  • Replacing electrical control systems components
  • Importance of preventative maintenance
  • Developing a preventative maintenance program
  • Conducting routine inspections
  • OSHA regulations
  • NFPA standards
  • Personal protective equipment
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