BASIC ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
Fri, 6 - 10 pm,, 10/3/14 - 3/27/15 (New change schedule for Fall 2014)
100 hours, $1,300
The course is designed for building superintendents and maintenance personnel in multi-unit housing structures. This lab based course teaches students routine electrical repairs and how to communicate problems to management and electrical contractors. The course explains fuses and circuit breakers, lighting fixtures, receptacles and switches, basic appliance and motor maintenance. Also includes applicable codes, troubleshooting, ceiling wiring, new appliance circuits and special receptacles. Electrical working plans, service panel installation, electric meters, 250-volt receptacles, and intercom systems are covered. Strong dexterity and eye/hand coordination required. Prerequisite: High school Diploma, GED or relevant experience.
Basic Electrical Maintenance classes are located in downtown Brooklyn NY.