THIS  TSA  WORKSHOP  IS  DESIGNED  FOR:

  • New maintenance personnel in Facility Maintenance who would like to gain knowledge and skills in Electrical Maintenance
  • Maintenance supervisors and maintenance office staff who would like a better understanding of these trades
  • Other trades people needing cross-training or who are new to building maintenance
  • Experienced maintenance techs wanting to refresh or expand their skills

            We recently redesigned and substantially improved our training mock-ups to give workshop participants a more realistic training experience.  Many students are commenting about how easy it is to learn and work on these newer life-size mock-ups.  This redesigned mock-up also allows the instructor to present much more realistic scenarios, very similar to what attendees will encounter in the field.  

              The “hands-on” approach to teaching these workshops has proven time and again to be the ideal learning environment for not only Beginners, but for those who want to update and refresh their knowledge in Electrical Maintenance.

During this workshop, under the supervision of our skilled and experienced workshop leader, participants will learn firsthand, in a non-threatening and fun way, how to handle the most common types of electrical maintenance problems that are encountered in Facility Maintenance.

Each participant will use a detailed workbook throughout the training that explains how to perform the maintenance and repair work included in the workshop.  These will be theirs to keep and use as reference on the job at their facilities.  TSA certificates will be presented to everyone who attends.

Due to the personalized & hands-on nature of the workshop we must limit attendance, so please pre-register early to ensure your spot at this popular training session. 

THIS TSA WORKSHOP IS DESIGNED FOR:

  • New maintenance personnel in Facility Maintenance who would like to gain
    knowledge and skills in Electrical Maintenance
  • Maintenance supervisors and maintenance office staff who would like a better understanding of these trades
  • Other trades people needing cross-training or who are new to building maintenance
  • Experienced maintenance techs wanting to refresh or expand their skills

We recently redesigned and substantially improved our training mock-ups to give workshop participants a more realistic training experience. Many students are commenting about how easy it is to learn and work on these newer life-size mock-ups. This redesigned mock-up also allows the instructor to present much more realistic scenarios, very similar to what attendees will encounter in the field.

The “hands-on” approach to teaching these workshops has proven time and again to be the ideal learning environment for not only Beginners, but for those who want to update and refresh their knowledge in Electrical Maintenance.

During this workshop, under the supervision of our skilled and experienced workshop leader, participants will learn firsthand, in a non-threatening and fun way, how to handle the most common types of electrical maintenance problems that are encountered in Facility Maintenance.

Each participant will use a detailed workbook throughout the training that explains how to perform the maintenance and repair work included in the workshop. These will be theirs to keep and use as reference on the job at their facilities. TSA certificates will be presented to everyone who attends.

Due to the personalized & hands-on nature of the workshop we must limit attendance, so please pre-register early to ensure your spot at this popular training session.

AGENDA
First and Second Days: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

MAJOR TOPICS THAT WILL BE COVERED DURING THIS TRAINING:

  1. Safety concerns related to performing electrical work
  2.  Understanding the principles of electricity
    • Power generation, transformers, and voltage drop
    • The meter and breaker box
    • Open and closed circuits
    • Hot, neutral, and ground wires
    • Amp ratings for different wire sizes
  3. Tools and testers for the beginning electrician
  4. Using different testers to diagnose various electrical problems
  5. Replacing and repairing extension cords and power cords
  6. Wiring light fixtures and light switches with different power feeds
  7. Understanding how to wire duplex receptacles in series & parallel
  8. How to properly wire GFCI receptacles
  9. Wiring other protected receptacles downstream of a GFCI
  10. Wiring a switched split-receptacle
  11. Understanding and troubleshooting three-way switches
  12. Wiring a four-way switch
  13. Installing various combination switches

    To REGISTER for this workshop, select the date and location in the box below.

    Hands-on Electrical Maintenance Training - May 23 - May 24
    Danbury, CT