John Wood Community College’s Workforce Development Center will offer an Electrical Troubleshooting and Maintenance class on two Fridays, December 4 and 11, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The class is open to the public, no application is necessary, but individuals are required to make a reservation to attend. The class will take place at JWCC’s Workforce Development Center, located at 4220 Kochs Lane in Quincy.
Working with real-world components, students in this two-day “hands-on” electrical troubleshooting course will learn how to fix electrical problems quickly and safely. This course was created to bring students up to speed in their electrical troubleshooting skills as efficiently as possible, and it was designed to cover the most commonly performed electrical troubleshooting tasks a maintenance technician faces in their job every day. For the novice or experienced electrician, this training course provides a no-nonsense, practical and real-world systematic approach to electrical troubleshooting. This course can also be adopted as part of a company’s regular Qualified Electrical Worker program.
The cost is $1,095 per person, which includes course materials and lunch each day. Students should register a minimum of two business days prior to the class. Participants will be required to wear face coverings and social distancing will be maintained. For more information on these classes or to register, contact the Workforce Development Center at 217-641-4971, or email email@example.com.