Master Electrician Certification Prep Course (TD004)
This course is designed to address a wide range of topics to advance your knowledge in electrical design or engineering in the residential, commercial or industrial sectors with topics to include: interpreting rules within the Canadian Electrical Code, calculation and application of demand factors, review of single and three phase systems, transformer connections, overcurrent protections of transformers, motors and feeders, and interrupting capacities of fuses and circuit breakers. This course will cover the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code; Alberta STANDATA; Industry Training Act; Electrician and Apprentice Regulations; O.H.S.A; WCB; and Permit Regulations.
Instructed by: Walter Chledowski
Students must be Journeyman Electricians with minimum 3 years experience. Eligibility to write the Master Electrician exam must be established with the Safety Codes Council.
Supplied materials: Manuals, Scandata.
Students must bring: pens, pencils, paper, calculator and 2015 Code Book
Additional exam fee of $200 payable at the time of exam to the SCC. Students must contact SCC to schedule exam at 1.888.413.0099. Exam to take place at GPRC (date TBA). Students must preregister for the exam using the registration sheet to be included in their exam kit.