In this two-day session on electrical, participants will gain a solid foundation in electrical work to be successful on their job, especially working with appliances and HVAC.
- Key electrical terminology, regulations, electrical safety, and tools for electrical repairs
- Using meters, making diagnoses and repairs
- Circuits, wall switches, receptacles, GFCI receptacles, using multimeters, various light fixtures, smoke, and carbon monoxide detectors
- Main service panels, fuses, and circuit breakers
- How to perform electrical repairs with greater ability and confidence
Although this course is targeted at technicians with one year of on-the-job experience, it can also be used to teach those with experience who would like to learn more about electrical maintenance and repair.
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Mark Cukro, NAAEI Faculty, is a leading resource in the field of service team development. Through his exceptional leadership and industry-proven effectiveness, Mark has become a highly sought-after resource to train service/maintenance professionals. Prior to owning his own company, Mark served as the Director of Service Team Development for Colonial Properties Trust, Inc, a New York Stock Exchange traded company with 148 properties and over 48,000 apartment homes. He has developed 12 technical modules and two leadership modules that are critical for a service department to operate successfully and lower employee turnover. Mark holds the CAPS, CAMT1, and CAMT II. He is a certified pool operator instructor for the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF), and EPA proctor for HVAC/CFC 608 and 609 certifications.