Kaua'i Community College

Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology

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The Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology (EIMT) program is comprehensive, fulfilling the requirements for entry level positions in the electrical field; providing technical knowledge needed as well as the essential hands-on skills that meet the condition for achieving success in the electrical field. Emphasis is placed on wiring in accordance with both the provisions contained in the National Electrical Code and the energy conservation codes. Successful completion of the Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology program, will prepare an individual to take the State of Hawai‘i Maintenance Electrician License test.

 

Certificate of Completion: 12 credits

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ELEC 20 Electrical Fundamentals 3
ELEC 22 Wiring Materials, Methods and NEC Codes 3
ELEC 41 Industrial Motor Controls I 3
BLPR 22 Blueprint Reading 3

TOTAL 12

Certificate of Achievement: 47 credits

ELEC 20 Electrical Fundamentals 3
ELEC 22 Wiring Materials, Methods and NEC Codes 3
ELEC 30 Electrical Installation Theory I 4
ELEC 32 Electrical Installation Laboratory I 6
ELEC 40 Electrical Installation Theory II 4
ELEC 41 Industrial Motor Controls I 3
ELEC 42 Electrical Installation Laboratory II 6
ELEC 44 Being proposed 6
ELEC 46 AC-DC Systems and Equipment 6
BLPR 22 Blueprint Reading 3

Thinking, Reasoning/Mathematics 3
MATH 50 Technical Mathematics (3)


TOTAL 47

Associate in Applied Science Degree: 62 credits

ELEC 20 Electrical Fundamentals 3
ELEC 22 Wiring Materials, Methods and NEC Codes 3
ELEC 30 Electrical Installation Theory I 4
ELEC 32 Electrical Installation Laboratory I 6
ELEC 40 Electrical Installation Theory II 4
ELEC 41 Industrial Motor Controls I 3
ELEC 42 Electrical Installation Laboratory II 6
ELEC 44 - AC/DC Systems and Equipments, Being proposed 4
ELEC 46 - Alternating Current Systems and Machinery 6
BLPR 22 Blueprint Reading 3

Cultural Environment (One of the following) 3
See Core Options list

Natural Environment 3
PHYS 101 Career and Technical Education Physics (3)

Oral Communication (One of the following) 3
SP 20 Speech Communication (3)
SP 151 Personal and Public Speech (3)

Social Environment (One of the following) 3
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Thinking, Reasoning/Mathematics 3
MATH 50 Technical Mathematics (3)

Written Communication (One of the following) 3
See Core Options list

TOTAL 62


Program Admission Requirements:

1) Placement in ENG 21 or higher and qualified for MATH 50 or higher; 2) approval of instructor.

Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs)

  • Read and understand blueprints sufficiently to use them to plan a project.

  • Select materials properly for a given project that comply with published codes and deliver energy efficient outcomes.

  • Maintain and care for the tools required in the electrical industry.

  • Know and utilize Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and State safety regulations to minimize risk and protect self and others.

  • Communicate successfully orally and in writing using computer technology.

  • Understand and demonstrate the craftsmanship standards of dependability, punctuality, and quality.
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