Construction Electrician Training Modules

The Construction Electrician curriculum consists of three modules, each 80 hours in duration.  A minimum of 8 eligible participants must enroll in a selected module for the class to begin.  The modules must be completed in sequential order.  For example, to enroll in Module Two you must first pass Module One.  Any Construction Electrician interested in enrolling for a training module must call the Electrical Training Institute at (317) 270-5282 or email Coleen at cagee@eti-indy.org.

 

Module One

 

The first module of the CE curriculum consists of an orientation session (8 hours), a fundamentals of math for the Construction Electrician course (40 hours), and a course that details the history of organized labor in America (32 hours).  This module totals 80 hours of classroom instruction.  If you have already taken and passed a math course at the Electrical Training Institute you will receive credit for the course. 

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 Module Two

 

The second module of the CE curriculum consists of three subjects.  The first course section covers wiring methods of NM cable, metallic cable, and stranded wire in conduit applications (24 hours).  The second section covers the National Electrical Code NFPA 70 and the proper installation techniques that lead to a code compliant installation (32 hours).  The third section covers conduit bending using a hand bender for electrical metallic tubing (24 hours).  This module totals 80 hours of classroom instruction.

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 Module Three

 

The third module of the CE curriculum consists of three sections.  The first section includes training that covers both DC and AC electrical theory (32 hours).  The second section covers blueprint reading for the electrician (32 hours).  The third section includes CPR/First Aid training, OSHA 10 certification training, and a course on personal finance management (16 hours).  This module totals 80 hours of classroom instruction and begins in the Fall 2017.    

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