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Becoming an Electrical Service Technician – Postponed
April 20, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Four part, 8-hour seminar with labs.
April 6, 13, 20, 27, 2022
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Virtual classes April 6, 13, 27 and in person lab on April 20, 2022.
Class is postponed.
To be proficient as an Electrical Service Technician one should have the skills to accurately diagnose a problem and recommend an effective solution, as well as perform the tasks necessary to correct the problem. Several disciplines are required to perfect this skill, most of which fall under an umbrella called “Troubleshooting”.
This 4-part course covers the following subjects:
- Basic electrical theory including OHM’s law.
- Schematic and blueprint reading.
- Using a multi-meter to determine expected and unexpected readings
- Analyzing the results of your examination to determine a corrective measure.
- Communicating your intentions to a nonprofessional using common terminology.
- Adding value, upgrading systems, and leaving a code compliant installation behind.
This course will provide you with the skills and confidence to gain the trust of your customers while also earning their repeat business and referrals.
The ideal participant in this course would be current and new Electrical Service Technicians and Apprentices seeking to enhance or improve their skills, gain confidence in their abilities, and earn a greater customer base through high value referrals.
Students will need to bring their hand tools and multimeter to lab.
- Early Registration: $540.00
- Standard Registration: $600.00
- Members receive 25% discount
Cancellation deadline is 14 business days prior to seminar. All cancellations received after deadline and/or no-shows will be billed and/or are non-refundable. IEC Chesapeake A&T has the right to cancel class if less than 20 students register.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Mike Basham has over 35 years of experience in the electrical industry with 20 years of experience as an electrical apprenticeship and lab instructor.
Graduated electrical apprenticeship in 1989. Held positions as Journeyman, Foreman, Project Manager, Sr. Project Manager, Vice President, and Business Owner.
SME (Subject Matter Expert) for NCCER from 1996-2000, National Instructor of the Year 2000.