WHY THIS COURSE?
Electrical engineering is often part of the study of physics. However, often theoretical study does not give you the ability to take advantage of the expertise in practical work. All the knowledge and skills needed for practical application are in this learning module.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
In the introduction to electrical engineering, you will learn at the required level, the basic phenomena of electricity, how electrical current and magnetism are connected to each other in the generation and use of electricity. You will understand how electric current is generated by a traditional generator and how other ways of doing this differ.
In order for the use of the electrical and quantitative principles of electrical engineering to be useful mathematically, the basic functions and use of the multimeter are added to the learning. You will be presented with the structure and measurements of the instrument. With practical examples, you can perform these measurements and get tangible results for voltage, resistance, and current.
In the third part you will study basic electrotechnical variables: the basics for voltage, resistance, current and power. Additionally you will learn what these figures reflect in electrical engineering, how they should be understood and how they become concrete in practice.
The learning introduces you to the mathematical application of electrotechnics through practical examples. The purpose of sample results and calculations is to guide you to make similar mathematical applications with your own measurement results. This will help you achieve the true know-how of electrical engineering; “The practical application of electrical engineering”.
PREREQUISITES (PRE-KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS) FOR TAKING THIS COURSE
No special prerequisites.
After having purchased this course, you will immediately get a 6-month license to the material without needing to use money and time to travel to do the course.
Internet connection with PC or laptop.
After studying, you will have excellent skills to apply the basics of electrical engineering in practice and learn more about the subject at work and ongoing studies. After studying, you will be ready to perform measurements with a multimeter and power clamp.