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Continuing Education

Power Engineer Electrical Theory (Motors, Transformers and Generators)

Dates:May 20 - July 22, 2024
Meets:9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location:CE Main Campus 331
Cost: $1,499.00

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The course is designed for anyone that works as maintenance personnel in hospitals, schools, large buildings or industry. The course is tailored to help you do ohms law problems, build series and parallel circuits, explain how DC and AC motors are wired and work, explain how transformers work, minor maintenance procedures for both motors and transformers and understand AC theory. Field trips will be made and used to augment classroom instruction. Textbook required, not included in course fee. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: • Explain difference between series and parallel circuits • Do simple ohm’s law calculations • Demonstrate how to reverse rotation on DC and AC motors • Prepare for the Georgia State Association of Power Engineer Exams
Fee: $1,499.00
Hours:80.00
CEUs:8.00

For promotional discount use code DISC2022

CE Main Campus 331

2000 Clayton State Blvd.
Going I-75 South or North, take exit 233 and turn left. Go to sixth light and turn right on Clayton State Blvd. Take the next right at traffic light onto North Lee Street and then left on Simpson Drive. The Harry S Downs Center for Continuing Education will be the last building on your left. You will pass Spivey Hall and the Music Education Building.

Robert L. Perry

Date Day Time Location
05/20/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
05/27/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
06/03/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
06/10/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
06/17/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
06/24/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
07/01/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
07/08/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
07/15/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331
07/22/2024Monday9 AM to 4 PM CE Main Campus 331