Industrial Electrician-Apprentice by brk18073

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									                                                                                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
   info@gotoltc.edu                                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.




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                                                                                                                                                                                           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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