Industrial Electrician

Industrial Electrician
An industrial electrician is an experienced individual who owns basic and specialized knowledge and skills associated to the deployment and maintenance of electrical devices and parts available in industrial settings. Industrial electricians test, deploy, troubleshoot, maintain/repair and service (comprises calibration and preventative / predictive maintenance) electrical devices and systems like electric motors, generators, pumps, illumination systems, heavy duty equipment, communication systems, environmental regulating systems and related electrical and electronic controls.

General Information
Course Industry:
Industrial Electrician
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Mr. Raja Nisar Akbar
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
12,000 PKR ($240)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

  •          Interpret and understand drawings, blueprints, circuit schematics and electrical
             code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical system installations.

  •          Install, examine, substitute or fix electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, 
  •          conduits, feeders, fiber-optic and coaxial cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and
             other electrical components.

  •          Test electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity, current,
             voltage and resistance.         

  •          Maintain, repair, deploy and inspect switchgear, regulators, transformers, reactors
             and switchboard meters.

  •          Maintain, repair, test and install electrical motors, generators, alternators,                                industrial
             storage batteries, pneumatic and hydraulic electrical control systems.

  •          Troubleshoot, hold and repair electrical, industrial and electronic control systems
             and associated equipments.

  •          Hold preventive maintenance plans and provide maintenance records.
  •          May deploy, maintain and standardized industrial equipments and associated                         instruments.


Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:   Half an hour daily              (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                        One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                      Six (06) hour daily             (65%)



Basic principles of electricity

  •          Voltage, Current, Resistance,& Power
  •          Ohm's law
  •          Circuits; Series, parallel, & series-parallel
  •          Difference between AC & DC Electricity

Learn Electrical Circuits

  •          electric circuit basic components & their working with one another
  •          DC sourced electrical circuits rules
  •          Current and voltage drop estimation across the DC circuit elements
  •          single-phase & three-phase alternating current sources
  •          AC sourced electrical circuits rules
  •          AC source real, imaginary and complex power electrical elements
  •         saving money and energy with Power factor
  •          Practical Exercises

Electrical Drawing & Symbols

  •          symbols drawing
  •          Schematics reading
  •          Blueprints
  •          Ladder diagrams
  •          Electrical circuit schematics
  •          Control circuits
  •          Power circuits
  •          Reading circuit schematics
  •          Tracking connections of elements and identifying voltage drop & flow of current
  •          Practical Exercises

Generators & Transformers

  •          DC Power sources
  •          generators; AC/DC
  •          Single-phase & three-phase electricity
  •          Inductance, capacitance, & impedance
  •          Transformers operation

Electric Motors

  •         Motors: Single-phase, three-phase and DC
  •          Motor theory & basic design
  •        Controlling heaters & motors by  Interfacing DC or AC sources
  •          Changing speed and power of AC motors
  •          Practical Exercises

Solid-State Devices

  •          Resistors, inductors and capacitors
  •          Diode and rectifiers
  •     Connections of resistors, inductors in
             series or shunt resistance.
  •         inductors and capacitors behavior when powered by alternate or direct current

Electrical Protection

  •          Relays
  •          Fuses and disconnect switches
  •          Overload devices
  •          Circuit breakers
  •          Grounding and isolating
  •          Ground-fault protection
  •          Surge protection
  •          Phase reversal
  •          Interfacing DC or AC sources to mutual control units like relay protection

Industrial Electrical Wiring

  •          Types of electrical cables and conductors used to carry electricity
  •          Cables and conductor voltage drop calculation and power losses
  •          Industrial wiring fundamentals
  •          Measure voltage, current, power in DC and AC circuits
  •          Insulation and ampacity
  •          Conduit-metal and nonmetallic
  •          Cable trays, busways
  •          Solid and stranded cable
  •          Splices: crimps, wirenuts, split bolts, terminal blocks, and solder
  •          Low-voltage applications
  •          Parallel conductors