Railroad Locomotive Electrical
XBR 0102 - EMD Loco Dash 2 Electrical Systems Part 1
Course description: This course provides students with information about the EMD locomotive schematic diagram and the operating logic of locomotive electrical systems. It includes detailed descriptions of basic locomotive systems including fuel, starting, battery charging and trainline control. A key outcome of the training is the student's ability to learn and apply safe and effective troubleshooting techniques. Course objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Use schematic locator charts and switch tables to locate equipment on the schematic and on the locomotive. 2. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the SD40-2 local control and trainline control systems. 3. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the SD40-2 locomotive electrical systems. 4. Describe and use safe and effective troubleshooting techniques for common locomotive electrical defects. 5. Identify symbols and nomenclature used in locomotive schematics and electrical systems. Required equipment: Safety glasses IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Only railroad industry employees may enroll in this course. Enrollment must be completed online via the "Enroll" button below. If you have any questions, please contact us at (913) 469-3919. 40 contact hours/$1,699
CEU Hours: 4
Contact Hours: 40
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Enroll for $1699.00
XND 5013 - Electrical Exam Prep
This course prepares electricians to sit for professional journeyman, master and electrical inspector exams including Experior (Block), IAEI, ICBO, NAI, SBCCI, as well as regional state exams. You will need to contact your city or county codes office to learn which code book(s) are required for your specific exam. Please bring your books, a calculator, and two different colored highlighter markers to class. Approved for 42.5 hours of Code Credit through the Johnson County Contractor Licensing Program.
CEU Hours: 8
Contact Hours: 42.5
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XND 5021 - Code Check: Electrical
Code Check: Electrical is a review of common code issues in residential electrical installations. It references the International Residential Code (IRC) and the National Electrical Code (NEC). The handy flip chart includes 23 tables and 65 illustrations, which summarizes recent code changes in the IRC and the NEC. The course includes tables and illustrations on wire bending space. Other tables have been added, along with several new illustrations. The book contains sections on grounding, bonding, services, panels, branch circuits, ampacity, wiring methods, boxes, GFCIs & AFCIs, appliances, lighting, switches, receptacles, pools & spas, photovoltaics, and much more. The course is crammed with information that makes it an essential tool for electricians, inspectors and designers. You will also receive invaluable flip chart reference for use in the field, with the most up-to-date information perfect for anyone installing or designing electrical systems. Approved for 4 hours of Code Credit through the Johnson County Contractor Licensing Program.
Contact Hours: 4
1st Hour OSHA Safety: A. Arac Flash B. Lock out and Tag out Electrical C. Protective gear D. Conductor Clearances E. 10 minute break 2nd Hour A. Abbreviations B. Services C. Above ground , over roofs and above porches D. 10 minute break 3rd Hour A. Working spaces B. Separate building and outside feeders C. Underground services, depth and covering conductors. D. 10 minute break 4th Hour A. Grounding, Bonding and wiring B. Load Calculations C. Summary
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Enroll for $129.00
XND 5113 - Electrical Exam Prep - Accelerated
This fast-paced, four-session course is designed for the experienced electrician to prepare you to sit for professional journeyman, master and electrical inspector exams including Experior (Block), IAEI, ICBO, NAI, SBCCI, as well as regional state exams. You will need to contact your city or county codes department to learn which code book(s) are required for your specific exam. Please bring your books, a calculator, and two different colored highlight markers to class. Approved for 32 hours of Code Credit through the Johnson County Contractor Licensing Program.
CEU Hours: 8
Contact Hours: 32
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XND 5115 - Electrical Academy I
This course is designed to supplement the experience of the working electrical apprentice. Topics to be covered include DC and AC theory, Ohm's law and circuit calculations, digital meters, system protection and equipment, and basic relay circuit design. The course covers the basic rules and methods needed for an electrical apprentice with less than 2 years of field time. The course requires on-the-job application of skills, so student must be currently working for an electrical contractor. The following materials are required for this course: 1. Illustrated Guide to Basic Electrical Theory, Mike Holt, 3rd Edition; 2. Notebook, calculator, highlighter, pen, #2 pencil; 3. Safety glasses with ANSI Z87.1 rating, proper footwear; 4. Category rated, True RMS digital multi-meter (or approved equivalent).
CEU Hours: 4
Contact Hours: 40
Course Topics: • Introductions and course expectations • Atomic Theory, Electromagnetism and Electromotive Force • Mike Holt Book Units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 • Analog and Digital Meter Measurement • Math Review of Decimals, Fractions, and Algebra • Holt Unit 8 • DC Theory, Kirchoff’s Laws, Ohm’s Law and Equations • Units 7 & 9 • Series, Parallel and Combination Circuit Calculations • Holt Units 10, 11 & 12 • Electrical System and Distribution • Overcurrent Protection Devices • Holt Units 13, 14 & 15 • AC Theory • Inductive and Capacitive Reactance • Power Factor and Efficiency • Holt Units 16, 17, 18 & 19 • Basic Principles of Motors, Generators and Transformers • Holt Units 20, 21 & 22 • Introduction to Control Circuits • Basic relay operation • Troubleshooting Techniques
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Enroll for $499.00