Course Detail: WTBA160 - Building Automation Systems Devices and Control Theory

This 38-hour course meets one day a week for 2.5 hours, over a 15-week period. Topics include planning, designing, constructing, and tuning a typical building automation control system; interpret product data sheets and understand what safety information is provided and its typical location; program the Easy I/O controller to include all necessary inputs and monitoring devices commonly used in BAS industry; and conduct commissioning and loop-tuning activities of a typical building automation control system. This course is one of three, in the Building Automation Systems Level 1 Certificate program. Upon successful completion of the certificate, students may qualify for entry-level positions, including Installer, Maintenance Technician, Facilities Manager, Building Commissioning Agent, Building Operator, Energy Auditor, and Energy Manager.

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Course Pre-requisites
BAS - Fundamentals
BAS Basic Electrical Concepts

 Session Information: 24FA-WTBA160-01

Schedule: System Description : WTBA 160 is the third of 5 courses that comprise SLCC's Level 1 BAS certificate. It meets Tuesdays nights from 7-9:30pm in MCPC 123 on the Miller Campus in Sandy from 8/20/24 to 12/3/24, with the week of Nov 25 off for Thanksgiving. The other courses are: WTBA 150 Basic Electrical Concepts, and WTBA 160 Devices & Control Theory. These 3 classes are taken concurrently in the first 15 weeks of Spring 2024 semester. The other two classes are WTBA 170, Fire & Alarm and WTBA 180, which is a capstone class that must include an internship with an approved company, an externship with your current company, or an approved research project.
Times: 07:00pm-09:30pm MDT
Cost : $593.00


Name Additional Resources
Cameron Webb

Class Location

Miller Campus
Miller Campus - MCPC, 123
9750 S 300 W
Sandy, UT 84070

Cancellation Policy

A cancellation charge of 100.00% will be assessed on cancellations occurring within 2 days of the start of this session.