Ideal for anyone with 0-4 years of experience in the electrical construction field, this six-week introductory training module will cover the basic concepts that all electrical workers need to know. This course will review basic principles of electricity, common terms and symbols, essential math skills for electricians, understanding the NEC, how to stay safe on the job, and other practical knowledge and skills that will help you succeed in the electrical trade.
This course is taught by Master Electricians and industry experts Wayne Robinson and Michael Robinson and is based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC).
Join us for this must-attend course at our state-of-the-art facility located right off the I-495 Capital Beltway!(10% discount for 3 or more from the same company)
Fundamentals of Electrical Work: Introduction to Basic Electrical Construction Concepts gives you the core knowledge you need to work safely, effectively and efficiently in the electrical trade.
These concepts are what every electrical contractor needs to succeed – and what your boss secretly wishes you knew already.
Based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC), this 5-week training program gives you skills and knowledge to excel in entry-level positions. It also provides a strong foundation for when you start preparing for the journeyman’s exam.
Fundamentals of Electrical Work is designed specifically for people who are newer to the electrical trade, including:
The bottom line: Whenever you step up to do something new in your job, you’re probably doing it wrong. Discover the right – and safe – way to do it during Fundamentals of Electrical Work.
Frustrated by the lack of skilled labor? You and your company will benefit by sending your new hires and less seasoned employees to this training. Here’s how:
Fundamentals of Electrical Work covers the core concepts that Master Electricians wish their employees knew – but often don’t have time to teach – including:
• Intro to Electrician’s Math
• Intro to Ohm’s Law
• Branch Circuits Basics
• Switching and Receptacles
• Grounding and Bonding Basics
• Overcurrent Protection Basics
• Single Phase systems
• Introduction to Electrical Safety
• Plans and Symbols
• NEC Definitions
• Wiring Methods
• Conductor Properties
• …and much more!
“Excellent for a person getting into the electrical field.”
~ Franklin Chaney, Office Coordinator, Colonial Electric
“This was a really interesting class. I really enjoyed how the instructors engaged with us.”
~ Leonel Ceballos, Helper, Amber Enterprise
“It’s an overall great course for starter professionals.”
~ Andre Williams
“Great beginners course.”
~ Austin Gardner, Assistant PM, Grounded Electrical Instruction
“The course was very informational. The instructor was very knowledgeable. Enjoyed learning new things.”
~ Ashlee Windsor, Asst Construction Manager, Partner’s Electric Service
“Taught the fundamentals of the class in the most understanding way.”
~ Jason Samuels, GAC Service
“It’s a great course for getting acquainted with electrical field work basics, terminology, and practices.”
~ Shannon Peacock, Project Manager Switchgear, Capital Electric
“Enjoyable introduction to electrical concepts. Mike makes things clear and he cares to know that you’re learning.”
~ Andrew Clarke, Project Manager Switchgear, Capital Electric
“A good view of what to expect when becoming an electrician.”
~ Jordan Laycook, Account Manager, Capital Tristate
The Master Electrician Prep Course is a 40 hour, 16 night course designed to prepare you for the Master Electrician Exam.More Information
The Journeyman's Prep Course is a 40-hour course held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30pm - 7:30pm covering topics such as Grounded Conductors, Wiring Methods, Transformers, Emergency Systems, and more! Based on the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC). Notice: The state of Maryland requires 5 hours of continuing education to earn a Journeyman license.More Information