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Fall2017
  • These courses are open to members of IBEW Local 340, travelers, and NECA.
  • All classes held at the Sacramento Electrical Training Center/JATC, 2836 El Centro Road, unless otherwise noted.
  • Courses are filled based upon the order we receive the completed registration.
  • Priority is given to those who provide $25 deposits (per course); refundable upon course completion.
  • Complete the registration form and submit to the address shown. Retain a copy for your information.
  • You will be contacted only if the class is already full.
  • For additional information, call 916-646-6688 or visit www.340jatc.org

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 Registration Form 

1: Fill in your information


Name: _____________________________________________  Phone: ______________________

Street Address or P.O. Box: _________________________________________________________________________

City: ______________________________________________ State: ________ Zip Code: _________________

Last 4 digits of Social Security Number (for recording course completions): ______________

Email Address: _________________________________________________


2. Submit this form to:

   Winter/Spring 2018 Registrations
   Sacramento Electrical Training Center/JATC
   2836 El Centro Rd, Sacramento, CA 95833
   or fax to 916-646-0289


3. Check the course(s) requested
 

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Lighting Essentials

  • EE101 Introduction to Lighting Control
  • EE102 Switching Control
  • EE103 Fluorescent Dimming
  • EE201 Daylight Harvesting.

This is a free online course. No course deposit is required. We will send you the internet address upon enrollment. Provide the completion summary to the Training Center office for entry onto your transcript.

10 hours

Instrumentation Introduction - Module 1
Intro to basic instrumentation topics such as math, science, electrical theory, meters, measurements, vocabulary, and process and instrumentation diagram interpretation. This is prerequisite info in order to be successful in the full, instructor-led course, consisting of Modules 2 and 3. It is not intended to be used a sole preparation for any type of accreditation exam.

This is an online course. We will send you the internet address upon enrollment. Notify the Training Center after satisfactorily completing the course for entry onto your transcript and a cheerful refund of your $25 enrollment fee.

8 hours

Electrical Code Update
The 2011 NEC became the electrical code for California effective January 1, 2014. This course covers the multiple, major changes that went into effect.

    Feb 13 – March 1, 5 - 8 pm, Tues/Thurs

18 hours

OSHA-10
Certification on 10 different safety topics to convey the knowledge, skills and abilities to identify and mitigate hazards.

    Feb 17 & 24, Saturday,7:30am - 2pm

12 hours

NFPA-99 Standards for Healthcare Facilities
Electrical systems operations, dual utility, ATS, UPS, back-up generation

    Feb 17 & 24, Saturday, 7:30am - 4pm

16 hours

CALCTP Advanced Lighting Controls Certification
How to install lighting controls, lamp/ballast systems, line/low voltage switching controls, dimming controls, occupant sensors, photo-sensors and controllers, demand response controls, etc.
Note: This class has a 10-12 hour online prerequisite. Once enrolled, we will contact you to explain how to complete the online course.

    Feb 20-21, Tues/Wed, 7:30am - 4pm

16 hours

Conduit Bending Refresher
Bending 90’s, offsets at 30°, 45°, and 60°. 3 and 4 point saddles using the arrow method.
Note: This is one of the courses in Pending Exam series.

    Feb 22, Thursday, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

CPR/First Aid Re-Certification
Re-certification course for those with 2-year certification.

    March 10, Saturday, 7:30 am - Noon

4 hours

OSHA-30 for Construction Industry
OSHA Standards, Focus Four Hazards, Personal Protective Equipment, Health Hazards, Stairways/Ladders, and 6 more topics. Participants receive a certified OSHA-30 completion card.

    March 13 – April 12, 5 - 8pm, Tues/Thurs

30 hours

State Certification Test Preparation
This is an in-depth preparatory course for electrician’s state certification covering basic electrical formulas and an in-depth review of the current National Electrical Code.

    March 13 – April 19, 5 - 8 pm, Tues/Thurs

36 hours

Panel Make-Up & Bonding Refresher
Topics and definitions of “bonding” vs “grounding” and the importance of proper conductor size, color, and termination.
Note: This is one of the courses in Pending Exam series.

    March 15, Thursday, 5 - 8 pm

3 hours

Data Center Systems & Operations
Knowledge of schematics, theory, UPS systems, generator systems, power systems redundancy, predicting the likelihood of equipment failure and a basic program for clearly identifying problems. Diagram analysis for troubleshooting will be practiced.

    March 17 & 24, Saturday, 7:30am - 4pm

16 hours

Rigging
Safe operation of rigging equipment including proper rigging technique, theory, tool selection, and sling angle factor.

    March 24, Saturday, 8am - 4pm

8 hours

3-Way & 4-Way Switching Refresher
Review of drawing and labeling 3-way and 4-way switch circuits and GFCI’s combined with hands-on practice of circuit installation.
Note: This is one of the courses in Pending Exam series.

    March 27, Tuesday, 5 – 8 pm

3 hours

CALCTP Acceptance Testing Certification
On Jan 1, 2014, Title 24 requires acceptance testing of most advanced lighting controls by certified Acceptance Testers.
Note: Open only to members who are already CALCTP certified.

    March 28-30, Weds/Thurs/Fri, 7:30am - 4pm

24 hours

3-Phase Transformers Refresher
Review of 3-phase delta and wye transformer focusing on the primary and secondary hook-up of each transformer.
Note: This is one of the courses in Pending Exam series.

    March 29, Thursday, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

CPR & First Aid
Job-site skills in CPR and First Aid providing 2 year certification.

    March 31, Saturday, 7:30am - 4pm

7 hours

Ohm’s Law Refresher
Review of Ohm’s Law and calculating voltage, amperage, and resistance in series, parallel or combination circuits.
Note: This is one of the courses in Pending Exam series.

    April 5, Thursday, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

Motor Controls Fundamentals
Correct installation, connection, and protection of electric motors including safety measures.

    April 9 - 24, Mon/Tues, 5 - 8pm

18 hours

Arc Flash Protection
Electrical safety work practices for Hazard Risk Evaluation, Arc Flash, Approach boundaries, Job Briefing, Permits, and PPE.

    April 16, Tuesday, 5 - 8 pm

3 hours

Motor Control Refresher
Review of drawing and labeling the components of a basic motor control circuit combined with hands-on practice wiring of a stop-start-jog circuit.
Note: This is one of the courses in Pending Exam series.

    April 12, Thursday, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

Introduction to Industrial Controls
Topics covered are relevant NFPA 70E Safety, PPE, Components, Normally Open, Normally Closed, Binary vs Analog, Coils/Contacts, CPT, Line vs Load, Overloads, VFD Basics, Meter Usage.
Note: Formerly called Electrical Troubleshooting 1.

    April 21 & 28, Saturday, 7:30am - 4pm

16 hours

2017 Electrical Trade Show & Exposition
No pre-enrollment required.

    May 2, Wednesday, 4 - 6pm

2 hours

Auto Demand Response
This course teaches you how to install and maintain AutoDR equipment and communications protocols, including Demand Response Automation Server (DRAS) Clients, Client Logic Integrated Relay (CLIR) boxes, and other AutoDR-enabling hardware including the OpenADR 2.0 communications specification. Note: Pre-requisite: Basic computer navigation skills (copy/cut/paste especially)

    May 21 – 23, Mon/Tues/Weds, 7:30am - 4pm

24 hours

Note: Classes are not held on the 1st Wednesday of each month to accommodate attendance at the union meeting.

AutoCad and Welding classes are available through American River College. The JATC Trust will reimburse a member’s cost for tuition and actual book fees (not to exceed $100) for successfully completing (C or better) the class at a community college. The member must submit receipts for tuition and books.


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