SWITCHES AND RECEPTACLES CLASS

SWITCHES AND RECEPTACLES CLASS

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Safety: keep a simple job simple

Single pole and 3-way switch replacement.

Dimmer installation: how hot should they be?

Specialty switches: digital timers, smart switches

Obsolete receptacles and switches.

Aluminum wiring – the Vega of wiring.

Receptacles – how they work and installation: 2 wire vs 3 wire, duplex/decora, GFCI, USB, Half Hot.

Included in the class fee: Inductance tester, switches, receptacles, dimmer, hands-on training, practice and

evaluation. (fun, laughter, some adult banter).

Goals: correctly identify switches and receptacles, safe

and correct installation of a single pole switch, 3-way

switch, dimmer switch, standard receptacle and gfci

receptacle.

 

Prerequisites: you must be able to climb stairs (there’s

a story), have normal vision and color distinction

(they’re not all red), be able to follow instructions, must

want to be more capable and generally more awesome.

 

 Instructor: James Adams, Sr. Texas Master Electrician

(TDLR #220484), 25 years in the trade, Electrical

Apprenticeship instructor, father, grandfather, Army

Infantry veteran and lover of fresh flowers and good

steaks.

Safety: keep a simple job simple

Single pole and 3-way switch replacement.

Dimmer installation: how hot should they be?

Specialty switches: digital timers, smart switches

Obsolete receptacles and switches.

Aluminum wiring – the Vega of wiring.

Receptacles – how they work and installation: 2 wire vs 3 wire, duplex/decora, GFCI, USB, Half Hot.

Included in the class fee: Inductance tester, switches, receptacles, dimmer, hands-on training, practice and

evaluation. (fun, laughter, some adult banter).

Goals: correctly identify switches and receptacles, safe

and correct installation of a single pole switch, 3-way

switch, dimmer switch, standard receptacle and gfci

receptacle.

 

Prerequisites: you must be able to climb stairs (there’s

a story), have normal vision and color distinction

(they’re not all red), be able to follow instructions, must

want to be more capable and generally more awesome.

 

 Instructor: James Adams, Sr. Texas Master Electrician

(TDLR #220484), 25 years in the trade, Electrical

Apprenticeship instructor, father, grandfather, Army

Infantry veteran and lover of fresh flowers and good

steaks.

Switches Be Crazy Class

Switches Be Crazy Class