Electrical Courses

Fall 2017


Introduction to PLC

PLC operators plus multi-skilled technicians, electricians and engineers will benefit from this beginning, hands-on, course in programmable logic controllers (PLC's). The course teaches you the hardware configurations of a typical PLC application and introduces Rockwell Automations RSLogix and Siemens S7 Programming Software. Topics include discrete ladder logic relay-type instructions, timers, counters, sequencers, sub-routines, move instructions, and math functions. (Textbook Required)

Fee: $324 Senior Adult Fee: $135 Materials Fee: $10 Registration Fee: $8

CNT-102-B | 08/29/17-12/14/17 | G. Betz | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


Fundamentals of Electricity

This course has been designed for those students who need an understanding of electrical principles and applications but do not need the theoretical or mathematical depth required for electronic circuit design. Course topics include an understanding of both DC and AC circuits. Lab exercises deal with many of the practical applications of electricity along with learning to use test equipment for the purpose of circuit diagnosis and troubleshooting. (Textbook required)

Fee: $546 Senior Adult Fee: $240 Materials Fee: $25 Registration Fee: $8

CNT-110-N | 08/28/17-12/15/17 | J. Luna | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


Winter 2018


Fundamentals of Electricity

This course has been designed for those students who need an understanding of electrical principles and applications but do not need the theoretical or mathematical depth required for electronic circuit design. Course topics include an understanding of both DC and AC circuits. Lab exercises deal with many of the practical applications of electricity along with learning to use test equipment for the purpose of circuit diagnosis and troubleshooting. (Textbook required)

Fee: $546 Senior Adult Fee: $240 Materials Fee: $25 Registration Fee: $8

CNT-110-G | 01/11/18-04/26/18 | J. Luna | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register