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ELECTRONICS


ELECTRONICS 20G | ELER2G – 1 CREDIT

This course will provide students with knowledge of basic electronics needed in our technological society. Practical application of the course will consist of a number of projects. There will also be some exposure to EKI experimentation and basic residential wiring.

ELECTRONICS 30G | ELER3G – 1 CREDIT

The Electronics 30G course will continue to help students develop an understanding of electronics in our society today. The course will explore the area of AC theory as associated with communication devices and amplification through the use of EKI theory and experiments. Practical aspects of the course will be to construct simple amplifiers and progress to more complicated projects. To enhance the practical application of the program, there will be a section based on residential wiring. If time permits, students will be allowed to choose projects based on their ability and cost. Prerequisite: Electronics 20G

ELECTRONICS 40G | ELER4G – 1 CREDIT

In this course, students will complete a contract and work independently. The course of study will include: amplifiers, oscillators, radios, solid state, digital and state of the art electronics. There will be extensive work on Digital experimental systems and some robotics related to topics. There will be work on experimental projects. Projects will be assigned according to ability. Prerequisite: Electronics 30G

APPLIED ELECTRICITY/ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY 40S | APTR4S - 1 CREDIT

This course develops the knowledge and skills you need for employment in the construction industry, public utilities, engineering or manufacturing. Students learn to transfer theoretical concepts to practical applications of installing equipment in circuits. This course introduces students to the Canadian Electrical Code.  Students will learn basic knowledge of residential wiring and load calculation as well as reading and interpreting simple blueprints to identify material required for a job. In addition, practical logic controls will be explored with robotic applications.  Successful completion of this course will give students knowledge and skill needed to succeed in apprenticeship, college or university.

Apprenticeship Preparation Prerequisite: Students must have a complete ELER3G to enroll in this course.  Students may be enrolled in ELER4G as well as APTR4S.  Primary consideration will be given to students who have completed ELER4G.

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