• This course is the second of three courses and provides students with a solid foundation in electrical skills and knowledge and the integration with the HVACR systems.

    In addition, this course is the second step in gaining a Level One Industry Certification in Electrical and builds on the concepts of electrical safety introduced in Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety.

    Students will learn about installation of hardware and systems used by an HVACR technician/electrician and acquire general knowledge of electrical systems, including series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. The course provides basic skills and knowledge to navigate and use the National Electrical Code, as well as an introduction to conduit bending and installation.

    The prerequisite for this course is Introduction to HVACR Systems.  

    Grading Policies

    MINOR GRADE 60%

    QUIZES

    LAB

    DAILY

    MAJOR GRADE 40%

    TEST

    PROJECT

    RESEARCH PAPER

    Total grade = 100%

     

     

    Unit # 

    Unit Title 

    Timeframe (Suggested) 

    (MS- 18 weeks; HS- 36 weeks 

    1 

      Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry. 

    Week 1 Ongoing 

    2 

    Apply general construction and specific (OSHA) and (EPA) safety concepts and practices. 

    Week 2- 3 Ongoing 

    3 

    Demonstrate proper use of tools, instruments, and equipment in a professional and safe manner. 

    Week 4 - 5 

    4 

    Demonstrate proper selection, handling, storage, and use of electrical/electronic materials. 

    Week 6 - 7 

    5 

    Read, interpret, apply information and estimate costs from a variety of architectural and construction working drawings. 

    Week 8 - 10 

    6 

    Identify and apply information regarding electrical circuitry, including raceways, boxes, and conduits. 

    Week 11 - 17 

    7 

    Examine how Skills USA is a co-curricular part of career and technical education through leadership development, school and community service projects, and competitive events. 

    Week 1 and Ongoing