Course Introduction: Building Electrician

Welcome to the Building Electrician course! In this comprehensive training program, you will embark on a journey to become a skilled and competent electrician, equipped with the knowledge and expertise to handle electrical systems in buildings safely and efficiently.

Course Overview: The Building Electrician course is designed to provide both beginners with limited electrical knowledge and experienced professionals seeking to enhance their skills with a solid foundation in electrical systems within residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. Throughout the course, you will learn about electrical theory, practical applications, and safety protocols.

Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Electrical Fundamentals: Understand the basic principles of electricity, voltage, current, resistance, and power, laying the groundwork for more advanced electrical concepts.

  2. Electrical Circuits: Learn about series and parallel circuits, how to analyze and design them, and the behavior of different components within a circuit.

  3. Wiring Systems: Explore various wiring systems commonly used in buildings, including conduit wiring, surface wiring, and concealed wiring, and the appropriate use of cables and wires.

  4. Electrical Codes and Standards: Familiarize yourself with local and national electrical codes and safety standards to ensure compliance with regulations and safe electrical installations.

  5. Electrical Components: Gain knowledge about electrical components such as switches, sockets, circuit breakers, fuses, and distribution boards and their functions in a building’s electrical system.

  6. Lighting Systems: Learn about different types of lighting fixtures and how to install, maintain, and troubleshoot lighting systems in residential and commercial spaces.

  7. Power Distribution: Understand the principles of power distribution and the layout and installation of electrical panels and subpanels.

  8. Electrical Safety: Emphasize safety protocols, including grounding, electrical insulation, personal protective equipment (PPE), and safe practices when working with electricity.

Fees and Eligibility :

  • Eligibility:-As per course requirement

Documents Required :

  1. Educational Documents ( Attested )
  2. Two Copies of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC)
  3. Two Recent Passport Size Color Photographs
  4. Original Bank Deposit Slip