BAE-ET 013 Electrical Circuitry

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Electrical wiring of basic branch circuits and electrical devices is one of the key concept areas for apprentice electricians, who are registered by the state and working under the supervision of a licensed electrician and for homeowners who are trying to maintain their wiring system. For persons who are not actively working on their electrical apprenticeship requirements, this course should be used as a guide to create a better understanding of a wiring system. This course will allow you to have a more intelligent conversation with your electrical contractor and get more for your money. Topics covered includes learning how to install single-pole, three-way and four-way switches to control outlets. The wiring of general-purpose and ground-fault circuit-interrupter is also covered. Applying the National Electrical Code to the installation of branch circuits is also a focus areas of this course.

Section: BAE-N00024.(1)

Section Description: This course is based on the 2014 National Electrical Code. For this course the following materials will be needed a Calculator, 2014 National Electric Code (ISBN Number 978-1455906727) and Interpreting the National Electrical Code - 9th Edition, Delmar Cengage Publishers ( ISBN: Number 978-1-111-54442-3) Students who are taking this class as part of a mandated electrical apprenticeship training program must also pay the annual $100 administrative fee. See:

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