The training opportunities and objectives from the courses provided are designed to be customizable in an effort to best develop a training program that fits your organization's needs.
Alternating Current (AC) Circuits
Participants will be able to calculate and measure AC circuit values along with circuit verification.
Understand the theory of alternating current, alternating current measurements and alternating current circuits Build circuits and demonstrate how to calculate and measure voltage, resistance, current, and power using Ohm's law Demonstrate point-to-point verification of circuits
Understand schematics and diagnose failures of a control system in this course.
Completion of Direct Currents and Alternating Currents Circuits courses, or experience/education in DC and AC circuits is required in order to be successful in this course.
Understand schematics and the components associated with control systems Diagnose and repair a control system Utilize measuring systems to diagnose failures Demonstrate point-to-point verification of circuits
Digital Controller Systems
Construct, program, and diagnose failures of a controller system in this course.
Experience or education with electrical schematics, computers, and control systems is required in order to be successful in this course.
Understand various models of programmable logic controllers and the software associated with each Construct an electrical trainer panel for a controller Demonstrate point-to-point verification of circuits Program and demonstrate basic ladder, structured code language, and function blocks Ethernet basics
Direct Current (DC) Circuits
Participants will be able to calculate and measure DC circuit values along with circuit verification.
Understand the theory of direct current, direct current measurements and direct current circuits Build circuits and demonstrate how to calculate and measure voltage, resistance, current, and power using Ohm's law Demonstrate point-to-point verification of circuits
Human Machine Interface
Construct and program a human machine interface to a controller system using effective visual displays.
Completion of Digital Controllers course, or experience/education in programmable logic controllers is required in order to be successful in this course.
Understand the purpose and functionality of a human machine interface Program and develop an effective human machine interface system and integrate with a controller Log and collect data for tracking events Construct a high-performance human machine interface
Mechanics and Measurements
Completion of this course will result in a National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) certificate of completion in Precision Measurement. The participant will understand mechanical drawings and rebuild various mechanical devices using precision measuring instruments.
Complete the NC3 Precision Measurement curriculum Understand mechanical failures Demonstrate proper use of tools Assemble and disassemble mechanical devices
Customized Training to Fit Your Needs
Northeast Community College can customize training to meet your business or organization's needs. Training can be held at one of Northeast's facilities or yours and will be arranged to fit your schedule to include various shifts if necessary.
Please contact one of our staff members for more information about customized training:
- Tracy Melcher – Account Executive
- Jim McCarville – Account Executive