This workshop focuses on connecting electrics theory with real world applications. It allows attendees to compare calculations to actual measurements of voltage, current, power factor, harmonics, voltage drop, operating temperatures, grounding and bonding, and it explores factors that may influence outcomes. The workshop is a mix of short classroom sessions to review theory and make calculations based on equipment specifications, and hands-on time to assemble power distribution equipment, make equipment connections, energize the equipment, and take measurements all while reviewing best practices for the safe construction, operation, and monitoring of all components in the system. Special emphasis is place on electrical safety using the proper personal protective equipment (PPE), techniques, meters, and best practices.
DATES: February 9, 2019
LOCATION: Honolulu, HI
INSTRUCTORS: Richard Cadena, ETCP Recognized Trainer
This course is made possible through the IATSE TTF Course Reimbursement Program. If you are interested in this training, contact Local 665 for more information.