Industrial Electrician–Apprentice Program No: 50-413-1 Journey-Level Card Work Hours (including day school): 8320 Day School Hours: 576 • Evening School Hours: 8 4-Year Contract/Indenture 2010-2011 Catalog No. Class Title Credit(s) About Apprenticeship Entrance Assessment Scores Apprenticeships are employer-sponsored training Term 1 programs. You must have a contract or indenture Assessment Accuplacer before being invited to school. A special 50413501 Electrical Apprentice I 3.00 application process is used for these programs. Total 3.00 Areas Please contact the Apprenticeship Office for the ACT Term 2 proper forms. Apprenticeship—to put it simply—you earn while Math 18 66 50413502 Electrical Apprentice II 3.00 you learn. If you want a career in a skilled trade, Read 18 66 Total 3.00 apprenticeship is the best way to get there. You'll combine on-the-job training with on-campus Write 18 60 Term 3 learning—you'll have the best of both worlds Algebra -- 34 50413503 Electrical Apprentice III 3.00 when it comes to learning the skills you need to Total 3.00 get ahead. And even better, you'll earn a paycheck while you learn those skills. Term 4 50413504 Electrical Apprentice IV 3.00 About the Career Total 3.00 Electricity powers industry. Keeping electrical equipment running is critical to the bottom line. Term 5 The Industrial Electrician Apprenticeship program is an employer-sponsored, hands-on training 50413505 Electrical Apprentice V 3.00 program in which you'll learn to maintain and Total 3.00 repair many different types of electrical Term 6 equipment. If playing an important role on an industrial organization's team is your goal, a 50413506 Electrical Apprentice VI 3.00 career as a journey-level electrician is a great way Total 3.00 to reach it. Term 7 Careers 50413507 Electrical Apprentice VII 3.00 Graduates of LTC's Industrial Electrician Total 3.00 Apprenticeship program work as journey-level industrial electricians in commercial, industrial, Term 8 and public establishments. 50413508 Electrical Apprentice VIII 3.00 Total 3.00 Industrial Apprentice Application Program Total 24.00 Requirements • Determined by employer Note: Curriculum and program acceptance • Wisconsin Apprentice Contract requirements are subject to change. Program Goals Program start dates vary; check with You'll learn to: your counselor for details. • Construct electrical systems. • Maintain and repair electrical systems and components. • Maintain, diagnose, and install programmable logic controllers. • Use electrical and electronic test equipment. • Use a variety of hand and power tools. • Use PPE and apply safety procedures. Approximate Costs • Contact the LTC Apprenticeship Office or visit www.gotoltc.edu/apprenticeship for detailed information. Special Note You must have a sponsoring employer before receiving an indenture and being invited to school. gotoltc.edu Lakeshore Technical College 1.888.GO TO LTC firstname.lastname@example.org 1290 North Avenue • Cleveland WI 53015 (1.888.468.6582) • TTY: 920.693.8956 50413501 Electrical Apprentice I ...introduces the apprentice to the basic electrical concepts of structure of matter; electron theory; Ohm's law for series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits; volt and current measurements; conductors and resistors; electrical power and energy; and the National Electrical Code. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. 50413502 Electrical Apprentice II ...introduces the apprentice to magnetism, electricity generation, electromagnetism, application of electromagnetic devices, and principles of general and DC motor control and operation with continued study of the National Electrical Code. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. 50413503 Electrical Apprentice III ...introduces the apprentice to AC circuits, including mathematics for the circuits, vectors and vector analysis, sine wave characteristics, resistive AC current, inductance and inductive reactance, and RL circuits with continued study of the National Electrical Code. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. 50413504 Electrical Apprentice IV ...expands the apprentice's ability to work with complex AC circuits, including capacitor types, capacitance, capacitive reactance, series RC circuits, impedance, parallel RL and RC circuits, series and parallel LCR circuit resonance, power in relative circuits, and basic power correction with continued study of the National Electric Code. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. 50413505 Electrical Apprentice V ...introduces the apprentice to transformers and AC motor operation; split-phase motors, capacitor motors, shaped pole motors, wound rotor motors, universal motors, three-phase transformer systems and connections, and three-phase motor operation with continued study of the National Electrical Code. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. 50413506 Electrical Apprentice VI ...enhances the apprentice's ability to work with electrical symbols, line diagrams, manual AC contactors and motor starters, solenoid characteristics, magnetic starters and contactors, time delay and complex control circuits, reversing starters, solid-state relays, and ladder logic. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. 50413507 Electrical Apprentice VII ...introduces the apprentice to solid-state fundamentals and the requirements for ground electrical systems in accordance with the National Electrical Code. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. 50413508 Electrical Apprentice VIII ...expands the apprentice's ability to work with programmable logic controllers and software for programming these devices as well as hands-on training into their operation. CONDITION: 504131 Industrial Electrician Apprentice requirements met. Lakeshore Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in employment, admissions or its programs or activities. The Revised following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the College’snondiscrimination policies: Human Resources Director, Lakeshore Technical College, 1290 North 11-23-09 Avenue, Cleveland, WI 53015-1414.
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