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EFH-104 Applied Wiring Methods

28 hours lecture, 214 hours shop


This course encompasses generally accepted methods used in modern residential and commercial construction to include: the proper and safe use of electrical hand and power tools and equipment, types of conductors, grounding and bonding, electrical services, branch circuit and feeder wiring, the installation of data and communication cabling, and the interpretation and application of the Canadian Electrical Code. Students will apply their learning in a wiring lab, as per regulatory specifications.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Electrician Foundation Harmonized Program

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