Electrical Maintenance Training

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Electrical Maintenance Training:

Your facilities depend on efficient and reliable management of your electric power, distribution, control, security, communications and heating/lighting systems. A well-trained electrical maintenance staff, coupled with the performance of regular industrial electrical maintenance tests, is critical to ensuring safe, reliable operation. Use the Electrical Maintenance training to raise awareness of potential hidden problems in your electrical systems before they grow to become disasters.

Benefits of the Electrical Maintenance Program Include:

  • Essential on-boarding and refresher training
  • Move from a repair/replace focus to predictive/preventative maintenance
  • Consistent delivery, with broader reach, flexible scheduling and automated record keeping
  • Improved safety and enhanced productivity
  • The knowledge and training needed to keep pace with best practices and electrical technological change
  • Evolve to multi-craft performance and efficiency 

Who Should Use it? Designed for professionals, such as:

  • Electrical Maintenance Mechanics, Electrical Technicians, and Electricians
  • Employees associated with the management of electrical services and systems for equipment and facility services
  • Industrial Supervisors & Managers
Complete Electrical Maintenance Curriculum 199+ Courses

The Electrical Maintenance Training is a world-class curriculum, built around 8 learning blocks through 4 progressive stages. Topics are designed to prepare the student to become conscious of safety considerations, understand the electrical implications of machine and equipment assignments, work comfortably with electrical schematics, maintain motors and control systems, utilize appropriate test equipment, troubleshoot rotating and static systems, train and supervise affiliates and pursue continuous improvement. 

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Electrical Maintenance: 93 Courses, 86 Hours
  • Construction of AC and DC Circuits
  • Maintenance of Air and Oil Circuit Breakers
  • Maintenance of Air and Oil Circuit Breakers
  • Electrical 1: Electrical Safety
  • Maintenance of Low-Voltage Circuit Breakers
  • Safety: Electrical
  • Sources of Electricity
  • Electrical Equipment: Electrical Production and Distribution
  • Electrical 1: Electrical Diagrams
  • Reading Electrical Diagrams, Part 1
  • Electrical 2: Electrical Lighting
  • Basic Control Circuits
  • Industrial Switches
  • Batteries
  • Voltage and Current Principles
  • Magnets and Magnetic Fields
  • Transformers
  • Capacitors, Part 1
  • Capacitors, Part 2
  • ESD Precautions
  • Resistance
  • Inductors, Part 1
  • Inductors, Part 2
  • Alternating Current
  • Alternating and Direct Current
  • Parallel Circuits
  • Series Circuits
  • Series-Parallel Circuits
  • Ohm’s Law
  • Kirchhoff’s Law
  • Use of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws in DC Circuits
  • Using Electrical Test Equipment
  • Electromagnetic Relays
  • Contactors and Relays
  • Electrical 2: Motors: Theory and Application
  • DC Motor Basics
  • Electrical Equipment: AC and DC Motors
  • Electrical Equipment: Transformers, Breakers, and Switches
  • Electrical Wiring: Cables and Conductors
  • Electrical Wiring: Conduit Installation
  • Electrical Maintenance: Fasteners
  • Raceways
  • Electrical 1: Cable Tray
  • Electrical 1: Conductors
  • Conductors
  • Insulators
  • Electrical 2: Boxes and Fittings
  • Electrical 1: Commercial and Industrial Wiring
  • Electrical 2: Installation of Electrical Services
  • Electrical Wiring: Splices and Terminations
  • Electrical 2: Grounding

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Electrical Maintenance (Continued)
  • Grounding
  • Fuses
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Circuit Breakers: Breakers and Switchgear, Part 2
  • Electrical 2: Circuit Breakers and Fuses
  • Electrical Systems
  • Electrical Systems and Equipment, Part 1
  • Electrical Systems and Equipment, Part 2
  • Troubleshooting Systems and Circuits
  • Electrical Maintenance: Troubleshooting Electrical Circuits
  • DC Motor Maintenance
  • Electrical Equipment: Motor Controllers and Operation
  • DC Motor Controller Maintenance, Part 1
  • DC Motor Controller Maintenance, Part 2
  • AC Motor Controller Maintenance, Part 1
  • AC Motor Controller Maintenance, Part 2
  • Transformer Maintenance
  • AC Generator Maintenance
  • Single-Phase AC Induction Motor Maintenance
  • Three-Phase AC Induction Motor Maintenance
  • Motor Branch Circuit Protection
  • Reading Electrical Diagrams, Part 2
  • AC Generator Basics
  • DC Generator Basics
  • Basic Electricity Review
  • DC Fundamentals Review
  • AC Fundamentals Review
  • Introduction to Basic Diagrams and Symbols, Part 1
  • Introduction to Basic Diagrams and Symbols, Part 2
  • Reading and Understanding Schematics
  • Measuring Current, Voltage, and Resistance
  • Electrical Maintenance: Introduction to the NEC
  • Variable Speed Drives: Introduction to VSDs
  • Variable Speed Drives: Common Applications
  • Variable Speed Drives: Installation
  • Variable Speed Drives: Programming AC Controllers
  • Variable Speed Drives: Programming DC Controllers
  • Variable Speed Drives: Controllers and Troubleshooting, Pt 1
  • Variable Speed Drives: Controllers and Troubleshooting, Pt 2
  • Variable Speed Drives: Systems and Integration
  • Variable Speed Drives: System Troubleshooting, Part 1
  • Variable Speed Drives: System Troubleshooting, Part 2