Electrical maintenance technicians perform routine maintenance on electrical systems. Electrical maintenance technicians also troubleshoot and repair problems in the system. Electrical maintenance technicians should be able to read schematics, use hand and power tools and inspection and testing instruments, and understand the components of a system, how those components function, and what tasks are required to keep them in working order.

DOWNLOAD FULL CATALOGControl Panel Functions for the CNC Lathe 251

Control Panel Functions for the CNC Mill 252

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Fundamentals

Calibration Fundamentals 111

Basics of Tolerance 121

Blueprint Reading 131

Hole Standards and Inspection 141

Thread Standards and Inspection 151

Control Devices 211

Distribution Systems 221

Limit Switches and Proximity Sensors 231

Introduction to Electric Motors 301

Symbols and Diagrams for Motors 311

Logic and Line Diagrams 312

DC Motor Applications 321

AC Motor Applications 322

Specs for Servomotors 330

Solenoids 331

Reversing Motor Circuits 341

Reduced Voltage Starting 370

Introduction to Mechanical Properties 111

Classification of Steel 201

Essentials of Heat Treatment of Steel 211

Ferrous Metals 231

Nonferrous Metals 241

Safety for Electrical Work 111

Introduction to Circuits 201

Introduction to Magnetism 211

DC Circuit Components 221

NEC(R) Overview 231

AC Fundamentals 241

Electrical Instruments 251

Electrical Print Reading 261

DC Power Sources 271

AC Power Sources 281

Conductor Selection 291

Series Circuit Calculations 301

Parallel Circuit Calculations 311

Battery Selection 321

Industrial Electrical Fundamentals

AC Motor Controls and Relay Ladder Logic

Troubleshooting Electrical Systems with Schematics

Safety for Mechanical Work 111

Forces of Machines 121

Mechanical Power Variables 202

Lubricant Fundamentals 211

Bearing Applications 221

Spring Applications 231

Belt Drive Applications 241

Gear Applications 251

Clutch and Brake Applications 271

Mechanical Fundamentals

Introduction to Lubrication

Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics 211

Introduction to Hydraulic Components 221

Introduction to Pneumatic Components 231

Introduction to Fluid Conductors 241

Fittings for Fluid Systems 251

Level 1 Industrial Hydraulics

Hydraulic Connectors and Conductors

Level 1 Pneumatics

Rigging Equipment 120

Rigging Inspection and Safety 210

Rigging Mechanics 220

Overview of Non-Threaded Fasteners 125

Understanding Torque 210

Introduction to Fastener Threads 221

Overview of Threaded Fasteners 231

Threaded Fastener Selection 255

Math: Fractions and Decimals 111

Units of Measurement 112

Algebra Fundamentals 141

Geometry: Lines and Angles 151

Geometry: Triangles 161

Geometry: Circles and Polygons 171

Trigonometry: The Pythagorean Theorem 201

Trigonometry: Sine, Cosine, Tangent 211

GD&T

Personal Protective Equipment 111

Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation 121

Respiratory Safety 131

Lockout/Tagout Procedures 141

SDS and Hazard Communication 151

Bloodborne Pathogens 161

Walking and Working Surfaces 171

Fire Safety and Prevention 181

Flammable/Combustible Liquids 191

Hand and Power Tool Safety 201

Safety for Lifting Devices 211

Powered Industrial Truck Safety 221

Confined Spaces 231

Approaches to Maintenance 131

Introduction to Lean: Overview of the Lean Toolbox

Understanding the Tools and Best Practices of Lean Manufacturing

Essentials of Communication 120

How to Coach Your People to Think Independently

Manufacturing Technology Fundamentals

Walking the Talk: Pathways to Leadership

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