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Instructor:  Mr. Paul Graham

Jackson River Technical School - Electricity Instructor Mr. Paul Graham

Electricity Instructor Mr. Paul Graham

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Courses:

Electrical Wiring: This is a one-credit, one-semester course designed to train students in the basic electrical knowledge and performance skills required to work in the building trade’s field. Classroom and hands-on instruction will include units in electrical safety; tools; blueprints and load calculations; electrical wiring codes; 110 volt, 220 volt, and low voltage circuits; fuses and circuit breakers; test equipment; and basic troubleshooting. The student will develop electrical repair skills and basic wiring skills.
Prerequisite: None | Grades: 11, 12


Plumbing: This is a one-credit, one-semester course designed to train students in the basic plumbing skills required for entry-level positions in the building trade’s field. Classroom and hands-on instruction will include plumbing safety, plumbing codes and permits, isometric plumbing drawings, floor plans and layouts, drainage systems, vent systems, traps, cleanouts, water supply and distribution systems.
Prerequisite: None | Grades: 11, 12


Building Maintenance I, II, & III: These are two-credit, one-year courses designed to train students in the basic knowledge and performance skills required for entry level positions in the field of custodial services and lawn care. These courses will enable a student to obtain employment in one of the areas mentioned. The program is flexible in order that students can develop and advance at their own pace in grasping and understanding the various job skills. Additional goals of the class are to help the student achieve a feeling of confidence and success, as well as the development of pride in workmanship.
Prerequisite: Placement only | Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12


Building Trades I & II: These are two-credit, one-year courses designed to train students in the basic knowledge and performance skills required for entry level positions in the field of building construction. The course will enable a student to obtain employment as helpers in the areas of carpentry, plumbing, electricity, masonry, HVAC, and building maintenance. Flexibility in the program allows students to pace themselves in grasping and understanding the various job skills. Additional goals of the class are to help the student achieve a feeling of confidence and success, as well as the development of pride in workmanship.
Prerequisite: None | Grades: 10, 11,12

 

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