Dual Credit

Electrical Techniques Dual Credit

Semester Two high school credits and three college courses

This course introduces students to safety, nomenclature, tools and basic electrical theory.

Overview

Electrical Theory/Residential – TNN4T (College Course: ELE100/110)

Learners will study basic magnetism, electron theory, and simple circuits. The relationships between voltage, amperage, resistance; work, power, and energy will be covered extensively. Learners will also be able to solve electrical equations using Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws.

Electrical Practical – TNO4T (College Course: ELE120)

The learners will be introduced to the electrical practical environment where they will learn and demonstrate the safe operation and use of trade tools and equipment. Learners will demonstrate installation procedures for wiring methods including residential switching, outlets, cabling and conduits.

Length:

Afternoon or morning release for one semester

Note:

  • Tuition, materials, equipment and transportation fees will be covered through the Dual Credit program.
  • All students are expected to attend an orientation session prior to taking part in any Dual Credit program.
  • Students will be contacted by the SCWI Program Assistant, at least one week prior to the start of the program, to be provided with a date, time and location for each orientation session.
  • Students involved in this program will be excused from their regular classes or co-op to attend the College.

Students who may need learning opportunities outside of high school and who would benefit from a college or apprenticeship experience to complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

TNN4T/ELE100/110 Electrical Theory/Residential
TNO4T/ELE120 Electrical Practical

Dual credit programs can help students transition from high school to college and apprenticeship programs. They can help students complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma while customizing their learning with exposure to the college environment.

Students have the opportunity to:

  • Earn high school credits while studying at a local college or taking apprenticeship training
  • Gain experience in the transition to postsecondary education or apprenticeship
  • Get a head start on learning and training for their future careers.

Dual credit programs can help you transition from high school to college and apprenticeship programs. They can help students complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma while customizing learning with exposure to the college environment.

Students have the opportunity to:

  • Earn high school credits while studying at a local college or taking apprenticeship training
  • Gain experience in the transition to postsecondary education or apprenticeship
  • Get a head start on learning and training for future careers.