Basic Electrical Principles
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Describe the relationships between primary electrical quantities.
- Measure voltage (V), current (I), and resistance (R) in a direct-current (DC) circuit.
- Perform simple Ohm's Law calculations using the Ohm’s Law “wheel”.
- Confirm Ohm's law by direct measurement.
- Identify and apply the rules for series and parallel loads.
- Identify and apply the rules for series and parallel power sources.
Technical and non-technical students who have little or noprior experience with electrical theory. This training is intended for anyonewho has little electrical knowledge or experience and would like to understandmore about electrical systems and equipment.
- Atomic Structure
- Electrical Quantities and Ohms Law
- Batteries and Other Sources of Electricity
- Series and Parallel Circuits
- Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance
- Automotive Basic Electrical Experiments
When we think of electrics as a field of study, we most likely think of either the trade of being an electrician or electrical engineering. Both of these fields cover some of the same basic concepts regarding circuits, voltage, power, and many other principles. This introductory course lay the groundwork for these general concepts, with the specific vantage point of either the engineering or electrician trade trajectory.
A survey of foundational electrical theory concepts. Intended to familiarize students who do not have an engineering or electrical background with concepts that support high-voltage safety topics. This course will provide you with an appreciation of electrical engineering principles and the ability to interact effectively with colleagues regarding electrical issues.
This training focuses on the necessary concepts that willenable you to fully appreciate the high-voltage safety material ifyou do not have sufficient prior electrical experience.
Within the course you will have the opportunity to analyse basic electrical components and their features and benefits.
Instructor-led training in a virtual classroom. This means the course is Live Online. Participants will learn through online teaching. Lectures, case studies, group exercises, discussions, problem solving, examples with explanation, assignments and/or quizzes happen in the virtual classroom training. Participants need to connect to the class from any internet accessible location. Each module is delivered live using webinar technology, creating a virtual classroom learning environment. Live sessions provide you with direct access to the trainer so you can ask questions, understand complex concepts and share ideas with peers. Webcam and microphone are REQUIRED to interact with the instructor and/or other participants.
The course content and structure are designed by the domain experts from TÜV SÜD.
With immense experience and knowledge in the relevant standards, our team of product specialists and technical experts at TÜV SÜD, developed the course content based on current business landscape and market requirements.