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  • Overview

  • Courses

    Program Requirements

    Level 1 Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    ELNC-1056 Electrical Code 1 2
    A level I course in the Electrical apprenticeship program dealing with the electrical code requirements for residential buildings.
    ELNC-1057 Electrical Prints 1 2
    A level I course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program that deals with the interpretation of drawings and schematics for residential dwellings.
    ELEC-1087 Installation Methods 1.5
    A Level I course in the Electrical Apprenticeship Program dealing with the installation of residential electrical services.
    ELEC-1086 Electrical Theory 1 4
    A level I course in the Electrical Apprenticeship Program dealing with basic electrical theory and calculations. The course covers simple electrical circuits, DC calculations, OHM's Law & Kirchhoff's Law, energy conversions, and magnetism.
    INST-1006 Instrumentation 1.5
    A level one course in the Electrical Apprenticeship Program dealing with basic instrumentation - temperature and pressure. Topics will include-gauge pressure, absolute pressure and vacuum, theory and application of thermocouples as temperature sensors, construction and application of industrial pressure indicators.
    ELNC-1088 Electronics 3
    A level one course in the Electrical Apprentice program dealing with basic semiconductor theory and basic electronic devices and circuits. Also included are the following topics- truth tables, resistors in series and parallel, LED's, logic gates;NOT, AND, OR, NAND, NOR.
    Level 2 Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    ELNC-1063 Electrical Code 2 3
    A Level II course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the Canadian Electrical Code. Topics will include- fuses, circuit breakers and ground fault protection, classifications of hazardous locations, interpretation of the Canadian Electrical Code regulations as it applies to storage batteries and branch circuits and communication cables.
    ELNC-1064 Electrical Prints 2 2
    A level II course in the Electrician apprenticeship program dealing with interpreting site drawings, and service layout drawings for mechanical equipment. Also deals with material take-off from drawings.
    ELNC-1065 Electrical Theory 2 6
    A level II theory course in the Electrical apprenticeship program that deals with topics including magnetism and EMF, Fleming's Rules, Lenz's Law, voltage and phasors, inductance, reactance, capacitance and RL/RC/RLC circuits.
    ELNC-1066 Installation Methods 2 3
    A level II hands-on lab course for the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the installation electrical equipment such as motors, starters, and transformers.
    ELNC-1067 Instrumentation 2 3
    This is a level II course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the operation of instrumentation for the monitoring temperature, pressure, level and flow.
    ELNC-1068 Electronics 2 3
    A level II electronics theory course in the Electrical apprenticeship program dealing with power supplies, regulators, rectifiers, DIAC, TRIAC, FET, and op-amps and the calculation of their expected gain.
    ELNC-1069 Monitoring & Communications Systems 2 2
    This is a level II course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the operation, installation and troubleshooting of fire alarm, burglar alarm, paging and time keeping systems.
    Level 3 Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    ELNC-1071 Electrical Code 3 2
    A level III course in the Electrical apprenticeship program dealing with the electrical code requirements for multi motor feed services and high voltage installations.
    ELNC-1073 Electrical Theory 3 4
    A Level III course in the Electrical Apprentice program dealing with the theory calculations and measurements involved with three phase circuits. Topics will include- transformers, 3 phase motors, power factors, and motor calculations, circuit calculations, speed controls and KVA calculations.
    ELNC-1075 Instrumentation 3 3
    This is a level II course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program. The course deals with the pneumatic instrumentation systems, control systems, position measuring, PID control, and light and sound intensity meters.
    ELNC-1076 Electronics 3 4
    A level II course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with electronic circuits for speed control, motor control, three phase rectification as well as the operation of various devices.
    ELNC-1074 Installation Methods 6
    A level III course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with installation and testing of three phase transformers and motors. The course also covers the application of relays, timers, counters and Programmable Logic Controllers.
    Majors
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    Group 1
    TAKE 1 OF THE FOLLOWING:
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    CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN
    ELNC-1072 Electrical Prints 2
    This is a Level III course in the Construction and Maintenance Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with Construction Blueprint Reading for electrical installations in large buildings.
    Group 2
    INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN
    ELNC-1077 Fluid Power 2
    This is a Level III course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program specificaly for the Industrial Electrician option. The cours teaches the principles of fluid power and gives an overview of fluid power sytems used in industry. The students will develope the understanding of the operation of the operation of these systems for troubleshooting purposes.
    Program Residency
    Students Must Complete a Minimum of 15 credits in this
    program at Fanshawe College to meet the Program Residency
    requirement and graduate from this program
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    Learning Outcomes

    Levels 1, 2 and 3: M Industrial-Electrician-442A-EN-TS.pdf