Electrical Courses (Distance)
Looking to charge up your career prospects, marketable skills and knowledge of electrical basics? Or, if you have some electrical knowledge already, are you looking to refresh your knowledge and tackle new challenges?
Web-based learning for these courses includes engaging animations and up-to-date content. The courses are relevant to anyone with an interest in electrical fundamentals, theories and practical applications. The series offers a range of topics, from basic electrical knowledge to Journeyman Upgrading.
Some examples where electrical training would be beneficial include design engineering, building construction, heavy-duty technicians, wood processing, mechanical engineering and plastics technician.
Successful completion of all six courses qualifies students for the Electrical Theory Fundamentals certificate. Students will need to fill out a Request for Certification form and submit it to the Continuing Education office.
Program Model / Completion Requirements
The first four courses offer an in-depth look at electrical fundamentals, including AC theory, DC theory and three-phase electricity basics, as well as AC and DC machine theory. The fifth course offers practical information of use to journeymen electricians and to students who have taken the first four courses. The sixth course offers practical information of use to journeymen electricians and to students who have taken the first five courses.
Students have 9 months to complete each individual course.
ContactsStudent Service Centre
- In person: CAT180 (Centre for Applied Technology)
- Email: AskNAIT@nait.ca
- Phone: 780.471.6248
- Toll Free: 1.877.333.6248
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|Introduction to Electrical Concepts - EENT110|
|Alternating Current Fundamentals - EENT120|
|Three Phase Fundamentals - EENT130|
|AC & DC Machine Theory - EENT140|
|System Analysis - EENT150|
|Switchgear Inspection & Maintenance - EENT160|