Course Content
S-1 General Safety Rules S-2 Effects of Electric Current S-3 On The Job S-4 Protective Clothing S-5 Ladders & Scaffolds S-6 Fires S-7 Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters S-8 Grounding
Unit 1 – Atomic Structure
Objectives After studying this unit, you should be able to: List the principal parts of an atom State the law of charges Discuss the centripetal force  Discuses the differences between conductors & insulators Preview Electricity is the driving force that provides most of the power for the industrialized world. It is used to light houses, cook meals, heat and cool building, run electric motors, & supplies ignition for most automobiles in the world, 
Electrical Theory Fundamentals
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The History of Power Generation By Chris Lewis extra voiceover from Radiodaddy. This video gives an overview of the history of the generation of electricity by mechanical means.

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Darin Andrews 1 year ago
Absolutely great lesson