5-Week Seminar Overview

September 11th – October 13th
Mon-Fri, 6:00pm-9:00pm
New Smyrna Beach Airport
Cost: $850

Course Overview

Working with real-world components, students in this 5-week General Electrical Course will learn how to both locate and repair transportation equipment and machinery electrical problems safely and quickly. Created to enhance students’ electrical troubleshooting skills as efficiently as possible, the course is structured to cover the most common electrical troubleshooting tasks faced by maintenance technicians. For the novice or experienced electrical technician, this training course provides a practical, systematic approach to electrical troubleshooting.

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Be Career Ready in Less Than Five Weeks

In our classrooms, students will receive hands-on training and discover what it’s really like to troubleshoot complex circuits. Our lab simulates a real-world work environment that provides practical training with an emphasis on safety procedures.

With our limited class sizes, and experienced FAA certified instructors, students will get personal attention to ensure that they gain an in-depth knowledge of electrical principles. Our labs simulate real-life situations and teach students how to operate the tools and equipment that electrical troubleshooting technicians use, including ohmmeters, ammeters, voltmeters, and hand tools. Students will also gain the technical knowledge necessary for a career in the marine, automotive, or factor electrical repair technician.

Epic Aviation Academy’s General Electrical Course provides student graduates the ability to apply the skills they have acquired over the course of the 5-week course immediately after completion. Student, bring your willingness to learn, and your passion for working with tools, and Epic Aviation Academy will provide the pathway to success.

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What Do Electrical Technicians Do?

Technicians troubleshoot and repair electrical systems for boats, automobiles, aircraft, and factor production systems. Some install systems; others maintain them. Some spend their days troubleshooting, and others update older electrical systems. Sometimes they maintain large equipment for factories, and other times they find problems.

Electricians are responsible for a variety of duties, including:

  • Using Power Tools
  • Using measuring and diagnostic devices
  • Reading voltage meters
  • Reading blueprints
  • Soldering wires
  • Repairing faulty wires
  • Troubleshooting to determine problems

Additional Courses Being Considered

  • Technical Math preparation course
  • Intro to Physics
  • Basic Welding
  • Intro to Hydraulic Systems
  • Sheet Metal Fabrication
  • Intro to Composites

If you see a course above that is of interest to you, please contact us. We would love to hear from you!

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