An electrician is a tradesperson specializing in electrical wiring of buildings, stationary machines and related equipment.Electricians may be employed in the installation of new electrical components or the maintenance and repair of existing electrical infrastructure. Electricians may also specialize in wiring and cables. Electricians work in a variety of settings, including homes,businesses, schools, hotels and hospitals - any type of facilitythatneeds electricity tofunction.Working conditions for electricians vary by specialization. Generally an electrician's work is physically demanding such as climbing
ladders and lifting tools and supplies. Occasionally an electrician must work in a cramped space or on scaffolding,and may frequently be bending, squatting or kneeling, to make connections in awkward locations. Construction electricians may spend much of their days in outdoor or semi-outdoor noisy and dirty worksites. Industrial electricians may be exposed to the heat, dust,and noise of an industrial plant. Power systems electricians may be called to work in all kinds of adverse weather to makeemergency repairs.This course is designed to provide students professional competencies and equip with skills set that enables them, how to select, install, setup, find a electric fault, repairing, testing & maintenance of electric appliances, lighting, generators, UPS, elevators, vending machines, other electrical equipments, and electrical systems in commercial and industrial electric systems. We will provide you basic electrical theory knowledge along with hands on practical skills in which prominent things are: Manual Star Delta starter, Line reaction starter, Line resistance starter, Automatic star delta starter, Read out the electrical drawing and symbols, Direct ON/OFF piston Starter, armed Cables, Hard cables, Flexible cable, VIR cable, D.C motors, Cabling in tray ,Single phase motor, Three phase motor, Cabling from motors to machines ,Slap ring motor ect. which offers you an opportunity to perform practical tasks by using different equipments & tools, and materials in our dedicated industrial electrical lab.
Electricians not only light homes and power industry, but also harness energy, and even charge your car. Our ever-increasing reliance on electricity is driving the need for skilled electrical workers. Now more than ever there are opportunities in this exciting field. This program prepares you to enter an electrical apprenticeship in construction (309A), industrial (442A) sectors, or to work in other electrical-related fields, in manufacturing, supply chain, fire alarm or renewable energy. If you enjoy creative problem solving, working with your hands and exploring innovative technology, this is the program for you. This Ontario College diploma program offers completion in two years, or in two and a half years when following the optional co-op stream. You will learn electrical theory, code regulations and blueprint reading throughout the program. Your extensive shop time will include a progression through residential, commercial and industrial wiring methods. In addition, you will develop an understanding of control strategies and technology in motors, programmable logic controllers (PLC) and automation shops. Levels 1 and 2 of the trade schooling for an Ontario electrical apprenticeship are embedded in the program and this will provide you with a recognized advantage when starting your career.Conestoga has one of the largest electrical training facilities in the province. Use of these dedicated electrical shops, combined with small class sizes, ensures you develop hands-on skills. A significant portion of your class time will be hands-on. You will develop troubleshooting and tool skills as you complete shop projects.