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Electrical Power Introduction

$100.00

Electrical Power Introduction is designed to help learners understand the basic concepts of electricity and the harnessing of electrical power.

Learning Hours: .75

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Course Description

Electrical Power Introduction is designed to help learners understand the basic concepts of electricity and the harnessing of electrical power. With a format full of animations and interactive quizzing, this course brings the important concepts and terminology associated with electricity to life in a visually appealing way. This course may be relevant to quality, manufacturing, engineering, designing, purchasing, and sales functions at organizations that require an understanding of basic electricity.

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Who will benefit from this Electrical Power course?

Quality, manufacturing, engineering, designing, purchasing, and sales.

Course Classification

This manufacturing course by THORS eLearning Solutions covers identification of key terms.

*THORS uses the Bloom’s Taxonomy Methodology for our course development.

Certificate Awarded for Electrical Power Introduction

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Learning Objectives

  1. Recall what takes place at atomic level during the transfer of electrical energy.
  2. Recognize the concepts of electric potential and the definition of a circuit.
  3. Be able to differentiate between voltage, current, and resistance.
  4. Understand the differences between AC and DC current, and single and three-phase power.
  5. Display the ability to make simple calculations using basic electrical laws.
Illustration of a copper atom with twenty nine protons free electrons that allow it to readily conduct electricity
Electrical Power Introduction Course

Table of Contents

  1. What is Electricity? Overview
  2. Applied Concepts
    1. Circuits
    2. Voltage
    3. Current
    4. Resistance
  3. Electrical Power
    1. AC vs. DC
    2. Phases of Power
    3. Transformers
    4. Ground vs. Neutral
  4. Electrical Laws and Components
    1. Ohm’s Law
    2. Kirchhoff’s Current Law
    3. Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
    4. Components

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