Red Seal Industrial Electrician Exam Prep (Online)

  • Formats:

    Online

     

  • Duration:

    20 Hours

  • Registration Fee:

    $495

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Start Date

Online

Part-Time: April 13, 2023 – June 15, 2023

Schedule: Webinars are held Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30 pm PST

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Red Seal Industrial Electrician Exam Prep Overview

The Red Seal Industrial Electrician Examination Preparation course is designed based on the competencies listed in the trade’s Red Seal Occupational Standard (RSOS). The course will help students review all the trade-specific concepts and theories they will need to challenge and successfully pass the Red Seal Examination.

This intensive review course is for participants who have the requisite theoretical and practical knowledge and have met the challenge requirements to write the exam. The course will guide candidates and help them with the preparation material for the exam to become Red Seal certified.

Industrial Electrician is a nationally designated trade under the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program. However, the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan and the territory of Nunavut do not ​provide testing for the Red Seal Industrial Electrician​Examination.

Students will have ten weeks to complete this course.

Topics Covered/Learning Objectives

  • Safety skills
  • Generation, distribution, and service systems
  • Wiring
  • Rotating and non-rotating equipment
  • Signalling and communication
  • Process control systems

Admission Requirements

None

Becoming an Industrial Electrician as a Career Choice

Industrial electricians install, maintain, test, troubleshoot, service and repair industrial electrical equipment and associated electrical controls. These include equipment or components directly or indirectly exposed to electrical power such as motors, generators, pumps and lighting systems.

Industrial electricians are employed by electrical contractors and maintenance departments of plants, mines, manufacturing facilities, government, and other industrial establishments.

What Do Industrial Electricians Do?

Industrial electricians must read and interpret prints, drawings and codes for layout and installation of electrical equipment. They install, service and maintain electrical components such as lighting fixtures, switches, conduit and electrical controls. They test electrical systems and continuity of circuits using test equipment to ensure system safety and compatibility. They conduct preventative and predictive maintenance programs and keep maintenance records. Industrial electricians may specialize in maintenance functions in areas such as high voltage and process control.

Required Skills

Industrial electricians must possess manual dexterity, and good planning, organizational and communication skills. They also require strong analytical, mathematical and problem-solving skills in order to read and interpret schematics, drawings and specifications. They should have good mechanical aptitude to install, troubleshoot and repair equipment. It is important for industrial electricians to have a good grasp of digital technology because many of the skills and technology for an industrial electrician are computer based. They must also have good vision and hearing, the ability to distinguish colours and a willingness to upgrade their skills to adapt to new developments in the trade.

Career Options

With experience, industrial electricians may act as mentors and trainers to apprentices in the trade. They may also advance to managerial, inspection, facilitation or teaching positions.

Current Trends

Technological advancements have improved the way industrial electricians perform their work on a daily basis. Digital technology is increasingly being used for research, communication, programming, ordering, record keeping and diagnostics. New types of test equipment, along with equipment becoming more user friendly, has reduced the time it takes to diagnose and troubleshoot problems. In the maintenance of industrial electrical equipment and systems, inspection and evaluation is evolving into a more critical area of focus.

In fact, inspection is gaining more importance in assuring the health and safety of employees and the continued reliable operation of machinery and components. Predictive and preventative maintenance programs, using computerized maintenance management systems are becoming more prevalent in the workplace. These systems have enhanced efficiency and organization of the tasks required for maintenance of electrical systems. Digital technology has facilitated the use of new components, making the tracking of energy usage more reliable and efficient.

Note: Before registering for any Red Seal Exam Preparation courses, please contact your local trades authority to confirm your eligibility to write the relevant Red Seal Exam.

Instructors

Subject to change without notice

Azim Hasmani

Azim Hasmani is a Master Electrician, an Interprovincial Red Seal Journeyman, and a member of the Electrical Contractors Association. After completing his electrical apprenticeship, he went on to study electronics, microprocessors, and fire alarm systems at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. In 2013, he completed his Certificate in Adult Continuing Education from the University of Alberta, and then he went on to teach the electrical apprenticeship program in Northern Alberta. He brings knowledge of troubleshooting high voltage AC and DC circuits, renewable energy, safety in the workplace, applicable codes, standards, and legislative requirements on trades.

Chad Soucy

Chad Soucy is a Master Electrician, Red Seal Industrial and Construction Electrician. In 2012, he further expanded on his mission to lifelong learning by becoming an electrical instructor. He continued on this path as an Online course developer and is steadfastly committed to electrical safety and sound adult learning theories.

Dates

Online

Part-Time:

  • April 13, 2023 – June 15, 2023
    • Students must devote at least 2 hours per week to attend live webinars
    • Webinars are held Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30 pm PST
    • Outside of live instructional periods, students will be expected to take part in various independent and/or group activities

Required Materials

  • As part of the course, students will have to purchase one textbook, which will cost approximately $205

Fees

The registration fee for this course is $495.

Technical Requirements

Live Online Students

Ashton College uses web conferencing tools for conducting online classes and online learning management systems for managing resources, assignments, and grades. These tools help instructors and students connect live online as well as asynchronously. The basic requirements for online learning include a computer, webcam, speakers, and a microphone or a headset and headphones, along with a reliable internet connection. Though online learning can be pursued using smartphones and tablets, the use of laptops or desktop computers is encouraged for an enhanced learning experience.

 

This course does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training. As such, it was not reviewed.

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