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JATCFall2020
  • These courses are open to members of IBEW Local 340, travelers working locally and NECA members.
  • Classes will be NOT be at the training center but instead done via Zoom (or similar).
  • You must register AT LEAST 1 week prior to the class dates chosen.
  • You must provide a valid email address in order for registration to be completed.
  • You will be sent an email confirmation once you have submitted your registration.
  • Information for connecting to a remote classroom will be sent to your email the week prior to class.
  • Complete the registration by mailing this form to the training center, 2836 El Centro rd. Sacramento, CA 95833 or email the completed form to nvillasenor@340jatc.org. For additional information, call 916-646-6688

Download the fillable PDF version.


Please note: The training center is not open to the public at this time.

 Registration Form 

1: Fill in your information


Name: _____________________________________________

Street Address or P.O. Box: _________________________________________________________________________

City: ______________________________________________ State: ________ Zip Code: _________________

Email Address: ____________________________________________  Phone: ___________________

Last 4 digits of Social Security Number (for recording course completions):  __________________


2. Submit this form to:

   Continuing Ed Registration
   Sacramento Electrical Training Center/JATC
   2836 El Centro Rd
   Sacramento, CA 95833

   By emailing this form to:
   nvillasenor@340jatc.org


3. Check ☑ the course(s) requested
 

Lighting Essentials

  • EE101
  • EE102 (2 parts)
  • EE103 (4 parts)
  • EE105 (4 parts)
  • EE201 (3 parts)
  • EE300 (First 3 parts only)
  • EE301

This is a free online course. No course deposit is required. We will send you the internet address upon enrollment. Upon course completion, provide the completion summary page to the Training Center office for entry onto your transcript.

10 hours

Instrumentation Introduction - Module 1
Intro to basic instrumentation topics. This is prerequisite info in order to be successful in the full, instructor-led course, consisting of Modules 2 and 3.†It is not intended to be used as sole preparation for any type of accreditation exam.

This is an online course. We will send you the internet address upon enrollment. After passing the course (75%), provide the completion summary page to the Training Center office for entry onto your transcript and refund of your $25 deposit.

8 hours

State Exam Prep class
 

    Feb 20, Feb 27, Mar 06, Mar 13, Saturdays, 12:30 - 04:30pm

16 hours

Circuit Planning
How to plan a circuit, from A-Z. From resistance of wire to de-rating; different conductor material and their effects on circuitry. Code references for voltage drop and de-rating. Sizing of conductor, conduit and fill using the NEC.

    Mar 09 & 11 Tues/Thurs, 5 - 8pm

6 hours

3/4 Way Switching Refresher
 

    Mar 23, Tues, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

Trigonometry for electricians
 

    Mar 24, Wed, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

Three- Phase Transformer Refresher
 

    Mar 25, Thurs, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

State Exam Prep class
 

    Mar 27, Apr 03, Apr 10, Apr 17, Saturdays, 12:30 - 04:30pm

16 hours

DC Theory and Ohmís Law Refresher
 

    Mar 30 and Apr 01, 5 - 8pm

4 hours

NEC 2017 Significant Changes
 

    Apr 06 and Apr 08 Tues/Thurs, 5 - 8pm

4 hours

New foreman basics:
Intro to project planning, blueprint reading, specifications, and project take-off

    Apr 06 and Apr 08 Tues/Thurs, 5 - 8pm

6 hours

NEC Article 220: Load Calculations
 

    Apr 13 and Apr 15 Tues/Thurs, 5 - 8pm

6 hours

NEC Article 430: Motors
 

    Apr 20, Tues, 5 - 8pm

3 hours

NFPA 70E
 

    Apr 24, Saturday, 8am - 12pm

4 hours

HazCom (Hazardous Communications)
 

    May 15, Saturday, 8 - 12pm

4 hours

Confined Space Competent Person
 

    May 22, Saturday, 8 - 4pm

8 hours

Asbestos/Silica Awareness
 

    Jun 05, Saturday, 8 - 12pm

4 hours

NFPA 70E
 

    Jun 12, Saturday, 8 - 12pm

4 hours

Rigging
 

    Jun 19, Saturday, 8 - 4pm

8 hours

Note: Classes are not held on the 1st Wednesday of each month to accommodate attendance at the union meeting.

AutoCad and Welding classes are available through American River College. The JATC Trust will reimburse a memberís cost for tuition and actual book fees (not to exceed $100) for successfully completing (C or better) the class at a community college. The member must submit receipts for tuition and books.


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