Basic Electrical Theory
TET/Basic | 1 day | 8 Candidates
£275.00 +vat (books exempt)
This course is designed to introduce delegates to the basic principles of electrical theory, covering key aspects of the subject including electromagnetism, ohms law, circuits, electrical resistance and much more.
We recommend that delegates who have little or no experience with the background theory of electricity will find this course invaluable.
Anyone who is interested in acquiring basic electrical knowledge. It is particularly aimed at those who have little or no electrical theory knowledge, or anyone who is considering becoming an electrician.
- Standard Units and Symbols
- Atoms and Electrons
- Current Flow and the effects of Electrical Currents
- Current Voltage and electrical resistance
- Ohms Law
- Measurement of Voltage, Current and Power
- How Electric motors work and an explanation of Transformers
- How do MCB’s and RCD’s work
- Electrical Safety
- Circuits: Ring final and Radial
Although this is a non accredited course, we can provide delegates with an optional short examination. All delegates receive a certificate of attendance with successful delegates passing the optional examination, receiving a Total Electrical certificate with a credit towards their next booked course with Total Electrical Training.
This course is subject to vat and is inclusive of all course materials, examination fees and refreshments.
Publications for this course are sold separately and not included in the price.
This course is non accredited but it does provide delegates with essential background knowledge on all things electric.
Our pledge to you is that Total Electrical Training will never be beaten on price.
We will price match and go that extra mile by offering you an additional 5% discount off any genuine written “like for like” quotation.
Terms and conditions apply – Price match will be given once a like for like written quotation is received and is within a 30mile radius of our training centre in Harlow, Essex.
For more information contact us on 0800 170 7007
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