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CLUSTER
Engineering and Technical
CONCENTRATION
Industrial Electrical Control Systems
WVEIS CODE
ET 1895
ONET CODES and OCCUPATIONS
ONET: 47-2111.00 Electricians
ONET: 49-2094.00 Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment
ONET: 17-3023.01 Electronics Engineering Technicians
ONET: 17-3026.00 Industrial Engineering Technician
ONET: 51-2022.00 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers
ONET: 49-2092.00 Electric Motor, Power Tool and Related Repairs
Sample of job titles upon completion of the concentration: Electronics Technician, Test
Technician, Engineering Aide, Repair Technician, Service Technician, Maintenance Electrician,
Production Staff Worker, Assembly Worker, Electronic Assembler, Final Motor Assembler.
REQUIRED COURSES
WVEIS Code
1763
1807
1771
1765
Course
Fundamentals of Electricity
Industrial Electricity
Rotating Devices and Control Circuitry
Industrial and Commercial Wiring
SKILL SETS
Career Preparation Skills
Safety
Leadership Development
Customer and Personal Service
Electrical Safety
Electrical Math Concepts
Basic Circuits
Electrical Basics
Control Circuitry
Motor Controls
Conduit and Raceways
Commercial Load Calculations And Configurations
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Skill set Career Preparation Skills, Safety, Leadership Development and Customer and Personal Service should
be integrated throughout the concentration as remaining skill sets are delivered.
Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Career Preparation Skills
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
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Performance Objectives
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Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
career paths.
goal development and achievement.
attitudes and work habits that support career retention and advancement.
communication in varied contexts.
relate skills and abilities to possible career pathways.
explain methods of goal development.
discuss methods of time management and task coordination.
practice professionalism in punctuality, appropriate dress, task completion, etc.
investigate methods of supervision such as giving and receiving feedback and
instruction.
develop and present a statement of their personal work ethic beliefs.
prepare an application, cover letter, resume and thank you letter.
create a personal portfolio for use when applying for employment.
practice simulated job interviews.
Safety
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
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Performance Objectives
performing tasks in a safe manner.
safety procedures required when using hazardous materials.
proper use of tools and equipment associated with industrial electrical
equipment.
 proper use of shop equipment.
Students will
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define personal and environmental safety on the job.
demonstrate the proper use of shop equipment and tools.
properly select, use, and dispose of shop chemicals.
explain the purpose and requirements of MSDS.
define NIOSH recommendations for evaluating and controlling hazards.
explain and demonstrate the proper lock-out and tag-out procedures.
explain the purpose and operation of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter.
select personal protection equipment (PPE); inspect to insure fit, operation,
and maintenance.
analyze possible causes and effects of electrical shock.
identify regulatory agencies and standards organizations related to industrial
technology.
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Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Performance Objectives
Leadership Development
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
 public speaking.
 parliamentary law.
 leadership concepts.
 characteristics of effective teams and organizations.
Students will
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develop and deliver speeches.
participate in meetings using parliamentary procedure.
attend leadership conferences or training. (local, state, national)
volunteer in community service opportunities.
participate in career development events.
Customer and Personal Service
Knowledge Objectives
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
Performance Objectives
 customer needs assessment.
 quality standards of service.
 assessing customer satisfaction.
Students will
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consult with customers, supervisors, or engineers to plan layout of equipment
or to resolve problems in system operation or maintenance.
plan work procedures, using charts, technical manuals, and experience.
follow up; keep customer/client informed about parts and the repair process.
test and adjust repaired systems to meet manufacturers performance
specifications.
advise management regarding customer satisfaction, product performance, or
suggestions for product improvement.
maintain cleanliness of work area.
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Fundamentals of Electricity
Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Performance Objectives
WVEIS 1763
Electrical Safety
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
 basic electrical safety.
Students will
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Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
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accurate measurement practices.
algebraic computations.
critical thinking skills.
Students will
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Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
describe the effect of current on a human body.
explain what to do for victims of electrical shock
describe typical shock hazards in industry.
identify various types of safety devices used with electricity.
list general safety precautions when working with electricity.
list and describe the safe use of basic hand tools and power tools used in the
field of electricity.
demonstrate and use properly an ammeter, ohmmeter and a voltmeter.
explain the difference between power and control circuits.
define electric charge and electric current.
differentiate between insulators, conductors and semi-conductors.
define current, voltage and resistance.
explain the theory of ohm’s law.
utilize a multi-meter.
describe the law of magnetism.
list the steps to fill out a lock out tag.
Electrical Math Concepts
demonstrate the use of English and Metric measurement.
perform mathematical computations as they relate to electrical control
activities.
interpret various charts, graphs and drawings.
generate ideas and design solutions to problems.
explain the theory of ohm’s law.
list basic terms, components and symbols.
demonstrate the basic needs and usages of blueprint specifications.
utilize a multi-meter.
Basic Circuits
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
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basic electrical circuitry.
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Performance Objectives
 constructing, troubleshooting and recording the readings of a circuit.
Students will
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select proper settings and ranges, interpret values indicated on digital
multimeters (DMM).
differentiate between alternating current and direct current and identify
common applications for each.
explain the difference between conductors and insulators.
explain the difference between digital and analog meters.
explain how voltage, current, and resistance are related to each other.
calculate electrical values in series and parallel circuits.
apply solderless terminals and wire nuts.
properly remove insulation and make pigtail and device terminations.
exhibit the ability to safely and correctly use electrical instruments to measure
voltage and resistance.
measure velocity, horsepower, revolutions per minute (rpm), amperage,
circuitry, and voltage in units or parts to diagnose problems, using ammeters,
voltmeters, wattmeters, and other testing devices.
find the total amount of resistance in a series, parallel, and s series-parallel
circuit.
calculate, using Kirchoff’s Voltage Law, the voltage drop in series, parallel,
and s series-parallel circuit.
test faulty equipment to diagnose malfunctions using test equipment or
software.
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Industrial Electricity
Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Performance Objectives
WVEIS 1807
Electrical Basics
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
 the applications of basic electrical theory.
 electrical symbols and interpretation of electrical diagrams.
 properly connecting common types of motors.
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study blueprints, schematics, manuals, or other specifications to determine
installation procedures.
identify and use common electrical symbols on wiring diagrams.
differentiate between power and control circuits on electrical diagrams.
explain the operation of basic control circuits.
define voltage, current, resistance, and power in electrical circuits.
calculate voltage drop in a series circuit.
calibrate equipment.
test faulty equipment to diagnose malfunctions using test equipment.
apply Ohms Law and the power formula to calculate electrical values in series
and parallel circuits
differentiate between alternating current and direct current, and common
applications for each.
explain the National Electric Code for grounding.
explain the purpose and application of fuses and circuit breakers according to
the NEC.
identify section of NEC on installation of electric motors.
compare and contrast AC/DC motors.
explain the methods used to reverse rotation on motors.
demonstrate how to connect a dual-voltage three-phase induction motor for
operation, and reverse rotation.
identify the types of electric motors commonly used in industrial applications.
explain the purpose and application of an electrical coil.
demonstrate the application of maintained and momentary switches to control
loads.
install ground leads and connect power cables to equipment, such as motors.
identify components commonly used in power distribution systems.
explain the application of transformers in power distribution systems.
differentiate between single-phase, three-phase, and direct current power
circuits.
apply Ohms, Watts, and Kirchhoff’s laws.
connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components.
calibrate testing instruments and installed or repaired equipment to prescribed
specifications.
operate equipment to demonstrate proper use or to analyze malfunctions.
maintain system logs or manuals to document testing or operation of
equipment.
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Rotating Devices and Control Circuitry
Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Performance Objectives
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
 wiring diagrams to construct motor control circuits.
 electrical symbols and interpretation of electrical diagrams.
 properly connecting common types of motors.
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Knowledge Objectives
Performance Objectives
WVEIS 1771
Control Circuitry
study blueprints, schematics, manuals, or other specifications to determine
installation procedures.
identify and use common electrical symbols on wiring diagrams.
differentiate between power and control circuits on electrical diagrams.
remove and replace defective parts such as coil leads, carbon brushes, and
wires, using soldering equipment.
rewire electrical systems, and repair or replace electrical accessories.
Motor Controls
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
 relays and starters.
 automatic circuits.
 AC and DC motors.
Students will
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explain the difference between manual and automatic circuits.
identify the equipment and parts needed for automatic circuits.
differentiate between power and control circuits on electrical diagrams.
explain the operation of basic control circuits.
list and identify motor and motor control symbols.
explain purpose and uses of pilot devices.
install various types of electronic and mechanical sensors and pilot devices.
design and explain counter circuits.
construct basic AC and DC circuits for manual and automatic controls.
install jogging, plugging and reversing circuits.
design and explain relays and relay circuits.
install overload relays in control circuits.
explain the difference between relay and magnetic starters.
adjust various types of time delay relays.
install, test, and troubleshoot various types of single-phase, and three-phase
motors in a circuit.
use a phase rotation meter.
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Industrial and Commercial Wiring
Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Performance Objectives
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
 NEC requirements for raceways systems.
 conduit bending.
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list NEC requirements for installation and construction of various conduit and
raceway systems.
plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment, or fixtures, based
on job specifications and local codes.
place conduit, pipes, or tubing, inside designated partitions, walls, or other
concealed areas, and pull insulated wires or cables through the conduit to
complete circuits between boxes.
Skill Set
Knowledge Objectives
Commercial Load Calculations and Configurations
Students will demonstrate knowledge of
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Performance Objectives
WVEIS 1765
Conduit and Raceways
calculating commercial loads using NEC.
single-phase and three-phase transformers.
delta and wye configurations.
Students will
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calculate the following: window loads; lighting loads; luminary loads,
receptacle loads; general lighting loads.
inspect electrical connections, wiring, relays, charging resistance boxes, and
storage batteries, following wiring diagrams.
connect wires to circuit breakers and transformers.
identify safety precautions when working with transformers.
compare various types of transformer connections.
terminate dual-voltage transformers for high and low voltage operations.
inspect electrical systems, equipment, or components to identify hazards,
defects, or the need to adjust or repair.
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