Electrical 101 Course

This Knowledge-Based Plumbing Course Teaches The A–Z Of The Electrical Trade And Is Taught By Licensed Electrical Instructors.

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The Electrical Course gives students a broad understanding of the electrical trade. Students will study everything from electrical theory and the National Electrical Code® to blueprint reading, residential wiring, electronic control systems, motor theory and application and much more. Foundational principles of electricity, such as electric current, Ohm’s Law, and circuits are explained in detail. Students learn the tools of the trade and critical safety procedures.

All common electrical components are demonstrated including such items as device boxes, raceways and fittings, fasteners and anchors, conductors and cables and more

  • Course Perk Icon 25 Instruction Hours
  • Course Perk Icon Certificate in Electrical Theory upon Completion
  • Course Perk Icon All instruction is delivered online with video instruction and testing. Instructor support and interaction online or by email and phone

How We deliver on our mission

  • History, Safety
  • Tools, Electrical Blueprint
  • National Electrical Code (NEC)
  • Ohms law, AC theory, Magnetism
  • Wiring, Conduit, Raceways
  • Residential wiring, Inductors and Capacitors
  • Maintenance, Troubleshooting and more


Upon successful completion, this course results in a Certificate of Completion in Electrical Theory. The knowledge and skills gained from completing the course prepares entry-level electrical trade workers, maintenance employees and do-it-yourself home and business owners. This Electrical Course prepares an individual to enter employment in positions involving Maintenance Electrician, Electrician Assistance and the electrical work involved in General Maintenance and Repair positions such as Maintenance Mechanic, Facilities Maintenance Technician, and Building Maintenance and Repair Technician. (See Standard

Occupational Classifications 47-3013, 49-9042, 47-3019 and 49-9799 Idaho Department of Labor.). Certificates of this School do not qualify an individual to work as a licensed Electrician, or as a licensed Contractor

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Electrical 101 Course

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Darrell Holland


Mr. Holland is well known as a custom rifle builder, writer and lecturer. He builds some of the tightest shooting rifles in existence. Darrell is always inventing new performance shooting products, and he is constantly pushing the envelope with regards to integrating the latest technology and ideas into his rifle designs to increase accuracy and improve reliability. Darrell has instructed many courses for the American Gunsmithing Institute that take advantage of his unique knowledge and expertise. His simple, direct instructional style makes learning any subject easy, and his attention to detail is legendary. He enjoys teaching and has taught gunsmithing and marksmanship courses internationally. Even the most experienced shooters and gunsmiths learn from his courses. Always pragmatic, Darrell is constantly looking for and testing ideas that “will work in the real world.” His unique “V Block” one-screw bedding system is an excellent example of his thinking and machining skill
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Mark Elola


Mr. Elola has more than 36 years’ experience in the electrical trade working as a licensed electrical contractor, college instructor, private consultant, senior electrical project engineer and electrical systems engineer. His passion is teaching the electrical trade. In addition to his electrical degree, Mr. Elola also earned a Bachelor of Science in engineering

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