Joint Apprentice Training Committee of the Elevator Industry | Evaluated Learning Experience
1. Basic Electricity-First Year 2. Elevator Systems-First Year (Formerly Introduction to Elevator Systems-First Year) 3. Introduction to AC/DC Machinery-Second Year 4. Elevator Control Systems-Second Year
Version 1 and 2, Course 1 and 2: Students will be able to: apply basic math skills to problems and needs of maintenance, repair, and conversion work in the elevator industry; explain basic electrical concepts and apply these concepts to work situations; read electrical circuits and apply this ability to elevator circuitry; use mechanical and electrical measuring devices; describe the functions of the component parts of hydraulic, geared and gearless elevator systems; demonstrate safe work practices. Version 1 and 2, Course 3 and 4: Students will be able to: apply basic math skills to the needs of the elevator industry; explain electrical concepts and their application to the elevator industry; read circuit prints involved in the automatic control devices of elevator systems; troubleshoot problems and conduct safety tests of automatic control devices and their circuits.