APR 132 - Electrical Residential Wiring Lab
Designed for Oregon state recognized apprentices employed in a trade or industry-related occupation. This course is the third term of the first year of general journeyman inside wire electrician program. This class is designed to cover hands-on demonstration and practicals of basic residential one- and two-family dwellings wiring techniques to include receptacles, services, lighting, wiring, conduit bending, structural wiring, and introduction to residential data communication systems.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Demonstrate the techniques and requirements for basic 1 and 2 family dwelling electrical installations.
2. Demonstrate basic residential wiring skills.
3. Demonstrate understanding of wiring methods (2-way and 4-way split).
4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of receptacles, lighting, and fixtures.
5. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the National Electrical Code.
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