ELAT 402 - Electrician Construction Level 4

Electricians plan, design, assemble, install, alter, repair, inspect, verify, commission, connect, operate, maintain and decommission electrical systems. Electricians work with these systems to provide heating, lighting, power, alarm, security, communication and control in residential, commercial, institutional, industrial, transportation, marine and entertainment environments. Students will learn and apply the skills required to meet the Level 4 ITA Outcomes for the trade.


Hours: 300 (Lecture Hours: 250; Shop/Teaching Kitchen: 50)


Eligibility as indicated by the Industry Training Authority


Non-Course Prerequisites: 




Course Content:
Apply Circuit Concepts
- Analyze DC Circuits
- Analyze single phase AC Circuits
- Analyze 3 Phase Circuit
- Analyze Electronic Circuits
Apply the CEC Rules, Regulations and Standards
- Apply the CEC to Installations
Low Voltage Distribution Systems
- Install Service Equipment
- Install Raceways, Boxes and Fittings
- Install Conductors and Cables
- Install Emergency Power Systems
- Install Alternative Power Systems
Install Electrical Equipment
- Install HVAC
Install Control Circuits
- Install electronic Motor Controls
- Install PLC’s
- Install Process Controls
Install Signal and Communications Systems
- Install Fire Alarm and Suppression
- Systems Install Structured Cable Systems
- Install Security Alarm Systems
Install High Voltage Systems
- Apply High Voltage Safety Procedures
- Install High Voltage Cables
- Install High Voltage Switch Gear
- Use of High Voltage Test Equipment
Install and Maintain Branch Circuitry
- Install and maintain airport lighting systems
- Install and maintain traffic signal system
Install and Maintain Non-Rotating Machinery
- Install non-rotating equipment and associated controls.


Learning Outcomes:
This course follows the prescribed ITA Provincial curriculum for Electrician Level 4. This document can be found in its most current form at: http://www.itabc.ca/program/electrician-construction


Grading System:  Percentage


Passing Grade:  70%


Textbooks are subject to change.  Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.