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Electrical Maintenance

Upcoming Training Programs

07/16 - 07/17: Saint Louis, MO

Basics of Industrial Electricity

07/18 - 07/19: Saint Louis, MO

Electrical Motor Control Circuits: Troubleshooting

07/23 - 07/24: Centennial, CO

Basics of Industrial Electricity

07/23 - 07/24: Wichita, KS

Basics of Industrial Electricity

07/25 - 07/26: Centennial, CO

Electrical Motor Control Circuits: Troubleshooting

All Electrical Electrical Maintenance Training Programs

Basics of Industrial Electricity

Gain a basic understanding of electricity generation and delivery. Most importantly, at the end, the major benefit of our Electrical Basics for Industrial Applications trai...

Electric Motors: Understanding & Troubleshooting

Participants learn the basics of electric motors including how to maintain and troubleshoot common problems found in the workplace. This course covers the operation and mai...

Electrical Print Reading: Blueprints & Schematics

NEW – This course is now available via our interactive Live Online Training format. Live Online Training course length and content m...

Electrical Motor Control Circuits: Troubleshooting

About 70% of the time is spent working, hands-on, at a troubleshooting station with motor control circuits (operating at a safe, low level of 24 volts). This is a basic cou...

Fiber Optics

Install and maintain your fiber optic network and learn the skills to minimize network downtime. Learn the ins-and-outs of design considerations and specification requireme...

Industrial Electronics & Circuits

In this industrial electrical training participants learn the fundamental concepts, symbols and components of electronic circuits. Sharpen your troubleshooting skills to he...

Multi-Meters: Electrical Test Instrument Safety

The tools to maintain and troubleshoot ever advancing workplace technology have presented new challenges to workplace safety. No longer can an employer simply assume a comp...

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