Instructor: Justine Dvorchak-Rodriguez

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This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of electricity including electron theory, magnetism, electromagnetism, Ohms Law, series, parallel and multiwire circuits. Protection devices, DC/AC theory, capacitance, inductance, motor, transformer & generator theory. Voltage drop, wire sizing and basic grounding methodologies.
October 10, 2024 to December 19, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry.?This course is the first in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of Transmission and Distribution Systems, Substations & Switchyards, Basic Electricity, A/C Fundamentals, Safety in Transmission & Distribution Maintenance, Climbing Wooden Poles, Bucket Trucks, and Material Handling Bucket Trucks.
August 26, 2024 to December 2, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 123
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry. This course is the second in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of Hydraulic Derricks, Electrical Safety, Overhead Distribution Systems, Using Tools, Overhead & Underground Service Installation, Introduction to Metering, Safety in Meter Work, Rigging 1&2, Pole Framing & Guying, and Setting & Replacing Poles.
August 26, 2024 to December 2, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry. This course is the third in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of Working on Distribution Poles, Care and Testing of Tools and Equipment, Overhead Distribution Systems, Distribution Line Safety, System Protection and Monitoring, Safe Bucket Truck Operations, Multimeter Operation and Use, Bucket Truck Rescue, Safety in Overhead Line Maintenance.
August 26, 2024 to December 2, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 123
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry. This course is the fourth in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of Using Line Test Equipment, Tree Trimming, Pole Top Equipment and Replacement, Transformers, Cutouts & Reclosers, Switching Devices, Capacitors, Advanced Rigging, Transmission Structures, and Transmission Line Safety.
August 26, 2024 to December 2, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 123
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry. This course is the fifth in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of Pole Top Equipment and Replacement - Voltage Regulators, Distribution Line Installation & Removal, Distribution Line Replacement, Transformer Connections, Distribution Line Repair - Gloves, Distribution Line Repair - Hotsticks, Troubleshooting Overhead Lines, Safety in Underground Line Maintenance, and Underground Residential Distribution Systems.
August 21, 2024 to December 4, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry. This course is the sixth in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of Underground Cable Installation, Transformer Troubleshooting, Climbing Steel Poles and Towers, Transmission Line Installation, Rigging for High Voltage Work, Working on De-energized Transmission Lines, Overhead Troubleshooting, Overhead Troubleshooting in Emergency Conditions, and Power Quality.
August 21, 2024 to December 4, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 123
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry. This course is the seventh in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of 34.5KV Rubber Glove Work, Pad-Mounted Transformers & Switchgear, Cable Splicing, URD Troubleshooting, Locating Primary & Secondary Faults, Safety in Substations and Switchyards, Control Equipment, and Capacitors & Reactors
August 21, 2024 to December 4, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 123
The lineworker apprenticeship program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice lineworkers in the power generation and distribution industry. This course is the last in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of Voltage Regulators, Power Transformers, Circuit Breakers, Relays, High Voltage Terminations, Transmission Line Repair Hot Sticks and Barehand Method
August 21, 2024 to December 4, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course includes a basic math review and practical application of Measurements and Conversion, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry. Practical applications will emphasize realistic mathematical problem solving in a wide variety of trade, technical and other occupational areas within the power industry.
August 15, 2024 to October 3, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The meter apprentice program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice meter technicians in the electric power industry. This course is the first in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of atomic structure, electrical qualities, watt-hour meters, resistors, high voltage AC power, series, parallel and combination circuits.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The meter apprentice program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice meter technicians in the electric power industry. This course is the second in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of measuring instruments, wire cables and conductor sizes, conduction, watt-hour constants, registers, induction, vectors, and alternating current.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The meter apprentice program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice meter technicians in the electric power industry. This course is the second in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of measuring instruments, wire cables and conductor sizes, conduction, watt-hour constants, registers, induction, vectors, and alternating current.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The meter apprentice program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice meter technicians in the electric power industry. This course is the second in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of measuring instruments, wire cables and conductor sizes, conduction, watt-hour constants, registers, induction, vectors, and alternating current.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
The meter apprentice program is designed to provide related technical instruction for students currently employed as apprentice meter technicians in the electric power industry. This course is the fifth in a series of eight courses and covers the topics of DC generators and motors, polyphase meter installation, meter testing, three-phase alternators, motors, and diagramming.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the sixth in a series of eight courses. Topics include: polyphase meter testing, meter mounting devices and test switches, reactive metering and testing, three-phase meter testing and diagramming.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the seventh in a series of eight courses. Topics include totalizing meters and data, installation checks and inspections, solid state meters, customer relations, and power electrical calculations.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This is the final course in a series of eight courses. Students learn energy diversion, troubleshooting techniques, solid state electronics, three-phase meter testing, and investigating theft and tampering.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is an introduction to Electric Power Technology and will explore the different careers in power technology and their responsibilities. Students will learn basic computer skills and how to complete coursework through the School's Online Learning Platform, and complete OSHA Safety and First Aid, CPR, and AED Training.
August 14, 2024 to October 7, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the first in a series of eight courses. Students learn electrical safety, atomic structure, electrical quantities, substations and switchyards, resistors, series circuits and high voltage AC power.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the first in a series of eight courses. Students learn electrical safety, atomic structure, electrical quantities, substations and switchyards, resistors, series circuits and high voltage AC power.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the third in a series of eight courses. Students learn combination circuits, magnetic and electromagnetic induction, vectors, alternating current, inductance, and series and parallel circuits.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the fourth in a series of eight courses. Topics include substation batteries, chargers, testing, and replacement, climbing steel poles, capacitors, and capacitance in AC circuits.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the fifth in a series of eight courses. Topics covered include reading electrical diagrams, infrared condition monitoring, three-phase circuits, DC generators, and resistive-capacitive series and parallel circuits.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the sixth in a series of eight courses. Topics include resistive-inductive capacitive series circuits, circuit breaker operations, Sulfur Hexafluoride properties, circuit breaker time-travel testing, and vacuum bottle hi-pot testing.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A
This course is the seventh in a series of eight courses. Topics include control equipment, system protection and monitoring, protective relays, transformer troubleshooting, power transformers, and single- and three-phase transformers.
August 23, 2024 to November 29, 2024, Miller Campus - MCPC, 120A