Next Course: October 3 - November 23, 2017
To inquire on this course please phone 780-791-4881.
This 75-hour course will prepare students to write their Masters Electrician examination. The course will
emphasize correct interpretation and application of the Canadian Electrical Code and the Alberta Regulations.
The course also includes calculation and application of demand factors, review of single and three phase
systems, motors and feeders, including short circuit current and interrupting capacities of fuses and breakers
and transformer connections. The course manual will be supplied, but students must bring the most recent Canadian
Electrical Code Book and a calculator.
This course consists of the following modules:
Intro - Code Book Overview
Module 1 - Definitions and General Rules
Module 2 - Section 4 - Conductors
Module 3 - Section 8 - Circuits and Demand Factors
Module 4 - Section 10 - Grounding and Bonding
Module 5 - Section 12 - Wiring Methods
Module 6 - Section 14 - Protection and Control
Module 7 - Hazardous Locations
Module 8 - Installation of Electrical Equipment
Module 9 - Motors
Module 10 - Welders
Module 11 - Alternate Energy
Module 12 - Miscellaneous
Module 13 - Acts and Regulations
Module 14 - Liability and Insurance