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Electrician: Intro to Electrical Installations Course Outline

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Study at home learning to work in Electrical Installation.

If you want a career in Electrical Installation, our tutor supported open distance learning Electrician: Introduction to Electrical Installation course provides the necessary knowledge, skills and qualification without disrupting your current lifestyle.

The DCA Home Learning Electrician: Introduction to Electrical Installation course provides training in the core skills needed to embark on a rewarding career in Electrical Installation. The DCA supported self-study Electrician: Introduction to Electrical Installation course is specially designed, allowing you to learn the skills of Electrical Installation through flexible and cost-effective home study at your own time and pace.

With the DCA Home Learning Electrician: Introduction to Electrical Installation course your Student Advisor is a Freephone call away. What's more, because the distance learning Electrician: Introduction to Electrical Installation course is so comprehensive, no prior knowledge or skills are required. The DCA Electrician: Introduction to Electrical Installation course provides an entry level diploma as proof our your competence and skills.

If you'd like to earn more money and enjoy working as an Electrician, the DCA home study course is the ideal distance learning training course for you.

Module 1: Domestic Electrical Wiring
The UK generation, transmission and distribution system
Domestic electrical installations
The importance of earthing and bonding
Bathrooms
Protection
Circuit design
Inspection and Testing
Security alarm and telephone systems

Module 2: Electrical Installation Work, Part 1
Basic information and calculations
Measuring current and voltages
Resistance power and energy
Electromagnetism
Capacitors and capacitance
Resistance, induction,and capacitance in installation work
Three phase circuits
Motors and generators
Cells and batteries
Illumination and ELV lighting
Electricity, the environment and the community
Health and Safety

Module 3: Electrical Installation Work, Part 2
The electrical contracting industry
Installation circuits and systems
Earthing and bonding
Protection issues
Designing circuits
Measurement and electrical work
Basic electronic technology
Electronics diagrams
Certification

Programme contents are mapped to City & Guilds Electrical Technology Engineering
Just a quick note to thank you for your support. I have found the course challenging but enjoyable - an excellent foundation base for anyone wishing to do electrical installation. — Graham Rutter
I recently completed your Introduction to Electrical Installations course and thoroughly enjoyed it. — Brett Wrighton
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