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OSHA and NFPA talk about setting up a qualified electrical worker program but what exactly does that mean? How do we get there? And what training is needed? TPC Trainco Electrical Instructor Mike Leitzel will guide you through setting up your own QEW program at your facility and answer your questions to keep your employees safe.


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Mobile Electricity

Mobile Electricity

This course explains the fundamentals of electricity, including voltage, current, magnetism, and Ohm’s Law. It introduces inductance, capacitance, and resistance, and discusses the basics of dc circuits, including series, parallel, and series parallel. It continues with the fundamental components that control circuit current and voltage, their applications, and their associated symbols. It explains how a battery stores and dispenses electrical power and how an alternator generates electricity and concludes with the starting systems and remote start/stop features associated with many vehicles.

TPC Training Systems is authorized by IACET to offer 0.2 CEUs for this program.

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Lesson 1 - Electrical Fundamentals

Explains the fundamentals of electricity including voltage, current, basics of magnetism, and Ohm's Law. Also introduces inductance, capacitance, and resistance.

Topics:

Course Introduction, Electron Theory, Bohr's Atom, Electron Transfer, Units & Symbols, Constants, Variables, SI Prefixes, Electrical Charges, Charge, Voltage, Voltage Defined, Volts Applied, Current, Current Defined, Density, Electrical Energy, Current Applied, Joule's Law, Resistance, Conductance, Resistors, Inductance, Inductors, Inductor Voltage, Energy Stored, Capacitance, Capacitors, Current, Voltage, Energy Stored, Electrical Laws, Ohm's Law, Watt's Law/Power, Basic Magnetism, Applications, Magnetism, Magnetic Fields, Polarity, Right Hand Rule

Lesson 2 - Introduction to Electrical Circuits

Discusses the basics of dc circuits, including series, parallel, and series parallel. Course continues with the fundamental components that control circuit current and voltage, their applications, and their associated symbols.

Topics:

Course Introduction, Circuits Defined, Introduction, Circuits, Node, Loop, Branch, Open-Closed, Short Circuit, Disconnection, Ground, Circuit Protection, Series Circuits, Defined, Batteries, Resistors, Inductors, Capacitors, Series Laws, Ohm's Law, Watt's Law, Parallel Circuits, Defined, Batteries, Resistors, Inductors, Capacitors, Combination Circuits, Reduction, Circuit Components, Switches, Diodes, Transistors, ICs, Solenoids, Relays, Transformers, Resistors, Fuses & Circuit Breakers

Lesson 3 - Starting and Charging Circuits

Explains how a battery stores and dispenses electrical power, how an alternator generates electricity—charging the battery and supplying additional electricity. Then, various components of starting systems are discussed, followed by remote start and stop features associated with many mobile vehicles.

Topics:

Course Introduction, Battery Systems, Battery Basics, Charging Systems, Charging System Basics, Starting System, Starting System Basics, Control & Crank Circuits, Starting Components, Remote Start and Stop

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