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Industrial Electrical - Year 4 - Apprenticeship (2017/18)

Total Cost (tuition & fees)$1,030.40
Tuition: $977.40
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Additional Fees
Application Fee:30.00
Student Association Fee:23.00
Total Fees:$53.00

*These prices are for domestic students and may not be 100% accurate. However, these estimates will give you an adequate idea of tuition and fees for our programs. These prices do not include textbook costs. All prices are subject to change.

Additional Program Info


Program Overview

This Industrial Electrical program delivers the Year 4 technical training competencies required in the British Columbia Industrial Electrical apprenticeship trade.

Training topics covered in this program include demonstrating knowledge of measurement and calibration test equipment, HVAC equipment, pumps, variable speed drives and starting systems, network diagnostic tools, motor controls and motor control programs, installation and maintenance of high voltage circuits, back-up power equipment, battery banks and battery charging systems, power generation controls and standby power generating systems, portable generators and control, alarm and communication systems low voltage distribution systems.


Admission Requirements

  • Sponsored Industrial Electrical Apprentice that has successfully completed Year 3 technical training and completed the pre-requisite number of hours of work experience, OR
  • Journeyperson Industrial Electrician (for skills upgrading)

Flexible Assessment (FA): Yes (Credit can be awarded for this program through FA)

Learners may request formal recognition for flexible assessment at the College of the Rockies through one or more of the following processes: External Evaluation, Worksite Assessment, Demonstration, Standardized Test, Self-assessment, Interview, Products/Portfolio, Challenge Exam. Contact an Education Advisor for more information.

Prior Learning Credit: Student may apply for prior learning credit with the ITA (Industry Training Authority), please visit www.itabc.ca


Start Dates

Visit our Trades Training Schedule for program start dates


Program Competencies:

Upon the successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of measurement and calibration test equipment;
  • demonstrate knowledge of installing and terminating fibre optic cable;
  • demonstrate knowledge of installing and maintaining HVAC equipment;
  • demonstrate knowledge of pumps;
  • demonstrate knowledge of the installation and maintenance of Robotic Control Systems;
  • demonstrate knowledge of variable speed drive (VSD) and starting systems;
  • demonstrate knowledge of network diagnostic tools;
  • demonstrate and apply knowledge of communication protocols;
  • design and demonstrate knowledge of motor controls and motor control programs;
  • demonstrate knowledge of the installation and maintenance of high voltage circuits;
  • demonstrate knowledge of back-up power equipment, UPS, battery banks and battery charging systems;
  • demonstrate knowledge of power generation controls and standby power generating systems;
  • describe co-generation principles and operations;
  • demonstrate knowledge of portable generator and portable electric welding equipment;
  • demonstrate knowledge of control systems; and
  • describe signal, communication and alarm systems.

Technical Training Content:

IELEC 401 Test Equipment

  • Demonstrate knowledge of measurement and calibration test equipment [IE225-4TC]

IELEC 402 Low Voltage Distribution Systems

  • Demonstrate knowledge of installing and terminating fibre optic cables [IE194-4TC]

IELEC 403 Electrical Equipment

  • Demonstrate knowledge of installing and maintaining HVAC equipment [IE156-4TC]
  • Demonstrate knowledge of pumps [IE158-4TC]
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the installation and maintenance of Robotic Control Systems [IE176-4TC]

IELEC 404 Control Circuits

  • Demonstrate knowledge of variable speed drive (VSD) and starting systems [IE178-4TC]

IELEC 405 Computer Systems

  • Demonstrate and apply knowledge of network diagnostic tools [IE147-4TC]
  • Demonstrate and apply knowledge of communication protocols [IE148-4TC]

IELEC 406 Electric Motors

  • Design and demonstrate knowledge of motor controls and motor control programs [IE226-4TC]

IELEC 407 Power Distribution Systems

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the installation and maintenance of high voltage circuits [IE152-4TC]

IELEC 408 Power Supplies

  • Demonstrate knowledge of back-up power equipment, UPS, battery banks and battery charging systems [IE81-4TC]

IELEC 409 Power Generation Equipment

  • Demonstrate knowledge of power generation controls and standby power generating systems [IE160-4TC]
  • Describe co-generation principles and operations [IE164-4TC]
  • Demonstrate knowledge of portable generator and portable electric welding equipment [IE165-4TC]

IELEC 410 Control and Monitoring Systems and Devices

  • Demonstrate knowledge of control systems [IE168-4TC]
  • Describe signal, communication and alarm systems [IE185-4TC}

 


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