Electricity I

Electricity I (28534)
Full year, 2 periods, 2 credits
Grades 10 – 12

Prerequisite: None

DESCRIPTION: Electricity I enables students to develop electrical skills in working in residential (home) construction. Students are taught the proper use of common electrical tools, wiring techniques, the building and analyzing of electrical circuits, reading of electrical plans, and electrical problem-solving. Students are introduced to commercial new construction and communication wiring. Instruction is based on the National Electric Code. Most of the instruction is practical and hands-on. Safety and good work habits are emphasized.

Note: A credit earned in this course will fulfill the Fine / Practical Arts requirement for graduation.