Electrical Systems Technician Training Program
Have you ever wanted to learn about low voltage electrical systems then All-State could be the perfect school for your career training. Learn about local and nationwide building codes and regulations. During your training you’ll learn about alternating current, circuits, fiber optics, cable preparation and much more. You’ll learn through lab exercises and classroom training and when you graduate from All-State Career you’ll earn your diploma in low-voltage electrical systems. If you live in Pennsylvania or Maryland then give them a call today to learn more about this and other exciting programs they offer.
This program encompasses many facets of working with low-voltage electronic Systems, both with installations and troubleshooting and repair. Students will be introduced to national, state, and local regulations and building codes, safety practices, and the various career paths available in the field.
Through the introduction of the basic concepts of electrical theory, students will explore electrical quantities, Ohm’s Law, resistors, circuits, and measuring instruments. This program will also examine alternating current (AC) and how it produces most of the electric power used in the world. The focus is on AC circuits containing inductance and AC circuits containing capacitors, with students applying electrical laws, theorems, and formulas in practical applications.
Students will explore how electronics theory is applied in the electrical field, while learning about electronic devices commonly found in residential and commercial applications. Through classroom presentation and lab exercises, students will focus on low voltage wiring applications, such as audio, video, security, telephone, computer networking and wireless Systems, in accordance with the requirements set forth by the National Electrical Code. In addition, fiber optics is also explored. Students in the program will develop skills in cable preparation, handling, installation, termination, and testing. Through both classroom presentations and lab exercises, students learn how to plan, wire, terminate, install, connect, test, integrate and troubleshoot the Systems of today’s digitally integrated Systems and networks.