he College of Professional and Continuing Education is seeking part-time instructors to teach for our Journeyman Electrician license program.We are seeking interested candidates who ? are licensed electricians? hold 3?5 years of experience in the field? familiar with Massachusetts State Licensing Examination processWentworth offers an accelerated, four semester journeyman electrician program to prepare individuals to become licensed Journeyman Electrician in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Taught by experienced professionals in the field, courses introduce students to a range of theoretical and applied concepts, and spend a significant portion of time covering the Massachusetts Electrical Code.The program comprises four courses, each meeting twice per week and lasting 15 weeks. Students spend 150 hours in the classroom and earn 15 CEUs per course. These courses are designed to be taken one at a time and in the following sequence.?Journeyman Electrician 1: Massachusetts regulations and materials used in the electrical trade are covered. Students learn the use of a calculator, series circuits, parallel circuits, graphical interpretation, resistance, inductance, capacitance, batteries, plan views, elevations, detail drawings and residential and commercial plans. This course also covers mathematical operations, algebraic equations and electrical problem-solving using algebraic solutions.?Journeyman Electrician 2: This course covers applicable inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, series and parallel impedances, power, power factor, combination circuits and three-phase circuits. Plan views are examined in detail; circuits are followed and explained with respect to practical applications to the electrical code.?Journeyman Electrician 3: Topics in this course include extensive code calculation, motor controls and motor calculations, service calculation for single and multi-family dwellings, and transformers. Also covered are residential and industrial calculations to prepare students for their license.?Journeyman Electrician 4: The concluding course emphasizes characteristics of electrical devices, motors, generators, transformers, lighting, one-line diagrams, symbols and system operation.
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