• Introduction

    This course is to provide training for the non electrical worker that may be exposed to electrical hazards due to the nature of job assignments.


    • Provide awareness of potential electrical hazards information

    • How to identify potential electrical hazards

    • When and where prohibited areas are located

    • Proper procedure to handle electrical hazards

    • Training germane to electrical exposure

    Participants must complete all courses with germane modules matched to job assignments and classifications. A proctored final exam is required when courses are complete.

  • Introduction

    For those working on or with live electrical circuits during normal job assignments. For those installing electrical circuits, equipment, conductors, and wiring methods. This person will understand electrical theory as applied to electrical standards and codes. This participant will need to be actively working in the electrical field as an installer, troubleshooter, maintenance, construction or engineer. For prerequisites requirements see the Qualified Worker Series Syllabus.

    Those who do not meet the prerequisite requirements for this certificate will need to start at the Fundamentals of Electrical Science course if they plan to be classified as a skilled electrical worker such as: Electrician, Electrical Technician, HVAC Technician or Electrical Engineer.

    Welders, Operators, Laborers, Machinist, Pipefitters and other non electrical workers should take the course Certification for Non-Electrical Workers.


    • Awareness of Electrical Hazards

    • How To Recognize Electrical Circuitry Shock, Fire and Arc Flash Hazards

    • How To Use PPE

    • Shock and Flash Boundary Requirements

    • Overcurrent Protection Applications

    • Above and Below 600 Volt Electrical Safety Requirements

    • Understand Grounding, Bonding and Shielding Requirements

    • Wiring Method Applications for Environmental Applications

    • Wiring Method Applications for Hazardous Locations

    • Electrical Safety Applications for Industrial Machines

    • Electrical Safety Applications for Motors, Transformer and Generators

    • Electrical Safety Applications for Maintenance and Construction

    Participants must complete 8 courses with 52 modules. A proctored final exam is required when courses are complete.

  • Introduction

    This certification and course is designed for the apprentice and helper who intend to perform electrical work as an electrician or electrical technician who will be installing, maintaining or troubleshooting electrical circuits, conductors, equipment, and wiring methods.


    ·Preparation for installation, troubleshooting and maintaining electrical circuits, conductors, equipments and wring methods.

    ·Understand electrical theory

    ·Design and Application of Circuits AC and DC

    ·Certify Electrical Experience and Education


    ·Technical Math or Greater

    ·Basic Science or Greater

    ·Basic Language Skills

    Table of Content

    Volume 1 of 4

    Module 1 - Basic Electrical Theory

    Module 2 - Basic DC Theory

    Volume 2 of 4

    Module 3 - DC Circuits

    Module 4 - Batteries

    Module 5 - DC Generators

    Module 6 - DC Motors

    Volume 3 of 4

    Module 7 - Basic AC Theory

    Module 8 - AC Reactive Components

    Module 9 - AC Power

    Module 10 - AC Generators

    Module 11 - Voltage Regulators

    Volume 4 of 4

    Module 12 - AC Motors

    Module 13 - Transformers

    Module 14 - Test Instruments and Measuring Devices

    Module 15 - Electrical Distribution Systems

    Electives - Choose Two or More

    ·Troubleshooting Techniques

    ·Blueprint Reading

    ·High Voltage Applications



    ·Motor Controls

    ·Instrumentation and Process Controls

    Certificate Requirements

    ·Exams are given with each module and must be passed to receive certification.

    ·Final Proctored Exam must have a passing grade.

    ·Labs and work experience (4000 hours total) must be documented via work sheet and supervision. Worksheets and documentation charts must be completed and signed by Training Director, Qualified Worker and Supervision.