Industrial Electrician Training - Multi-Skill Training Services, Inc.


The Industrial Electrical Power Training Package provides a complete industrial electrical training curriculum for students and teachers. Our Industrial Electrical Power Training enables companies who conduct in-house electrical training to facilitate the training using a subject matter expert. Start your customized maintenance fundamentals training with our 26 years of world class maintenance training.

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  • Portable workstation with industrial, real world plant components
  • Matches perfectly to Lab Guide with step by step instructions
  • Folds up for easy storage
  • Non-skid rubber feet
  • Dimensions: 48″ x 20″ x 24″


  • Lesson Plans: a complete guide for the instructor that clearly describes the learning objectives, materials needed, and topics to be covered for each of the sessions
  • Lesson Content: text, images, and diagrams that help to demonstrate the concepts in the session
  • Hands-On Activities: each session includes instructions for each hands-on activity


  • Lists all skills that must be attained by students before passing the course; provides a guide for all curriculum


  • Step-by-step instructions and pictures to support all activities that utilize the training simulator


  • Lesson Content: text, images, and diagrams that help to demonstrate the concepts in the session
  • Hands-On Activities: each session includes instructions for each hands-on activity


  • 4 test motors
  • Consumables
  • Safety equipment (PPE + Lockout Kit)

TOOL KIT (Optional)

  • Multimeter, amprobe, hand tools, accessories, electrical reference book


  • Email and phone support by qualified MST experts upon request

Training Sessions

Session 1 – Introduction to Electricity

Understanding Electricity, Voltage, Common Voltage Levels, Current, Resistance, Power, Conductors and Insulators, Heat, Ohm’s Law, Voltage/Current Relationship, Current/Resistance Relationship, Applications of Ohm’s Law, Using Ohm’s Law when Troubleshooting, Calculating Power Voltage and Current Using Power Formula, Power/Current Relationship, Applications Using Power Formula, Combining Ohm’s Law and Power Formula

Session 2 – Electrical Power Safety

Electrical Shock, Electrical Codes and Standards and Enforcement Agencies, Classes of Fire Extinguishers, Personal Protective Equipment, Grounding, Lockout/Tagout, Lockout Devices, Electrical Enclosures, Electrical Motor Safety

Session 3 – Basic Electrical Measurements

Meters, Meter Terminology, Digital Meters and Displays, Resistance, Bar Graphs, Ghost Voltages, Meter Precautions, Additional Features of Meters, Reasons for Measurements, Voltage, Current, In-Line Ammeter — DC Measurement, Clamp-On Ammeter — AC Measurement, Ohmmeter-Resistance Measurement, Megohmmeter-Resistance, Handout of Electrical Symbols

Session 4 – Series and Parallel Circuits

Characteristics of Series and Parallel Circuits, Series Connections, Current in Series Circuits, Parallel Connections, Resistance in Parallel Circuits, Voltage in Parallel Circuits, Power, Series/Parallel Connections, Resistance in Series/Parallel Circuits, Current in Series/Parallel Circuits, Voltage in Series/Parallel Circuits, Power in Series/Parallel Circuits

Session 5 – Conductors and Overcurrent Protection Devices

Types of Conductors, Conductor Selection, Types of Cable and Uses, Removal of Cable Insulators, Electrical Characteristics of Conductors, Properties of Conductors, Conductor Ratings, Connection Terminations, Plugs, Plug and Receptacle Ratings and Configurations, Overcurrent and Overcurrent Protection Devices (OCPDs), Overloads and Overload Protection, Types of Overcurrent Protection Devices

Session 6 – Basic Circuit Connections

Circuits, Lamp Control, Types of Switches, Lamp Fixture Mounting, Lamp Control Circuits, Multiple Lamp Circuits, Switching Combinations, Receptacles, Switched Circuits, Two Separate Circuits, Grounding

Session 7 – Magnetism and Transformers

The Concept of Magnetism, Electromagnetism, Solenoids, Transformers Operation Ratings Overloading and Cooling Methods, Sizing Three-Phase Transformers, Determining Single-Phase Transformer Current Draw, Determining Three-Phase Transformer Current Draw, Transformer Standard Ambient Temperature Compensation, Transformer Special Ambient Temperature Compensation, Single-Phase Residential Transformer Connections, Three-Phase Transformer Connections, Three-Phase Delta-to-Delta Connections, Three-Phase Wye-to-Wye Connections, Delta-to-Wye/Wye-to-Delta Connections, Transformer Load Balancing, Transformer Tap Connections, Single-Phase Transformer Parallel Connections, Three-Phase Transformer Parallel Connections

Session 8 – Power Distribution Systems

Components of a Power Distribution System, Generator/Alternator-Phase Connections, Distribution Switchboards, Panelboards and Branch Circuits, Motor Control Centers, Feeders and Busways, Grounding

Session 9 – Three-Phase Motors and Diagnostics

Fundamentals of Three-Phase Motors, Motor Construction, Reversing Motors, Multiple-Speed Motors, Troubleshooting Motors, General Motor Maintenance, Scheduled Maintenance, Water-Soaked Motors, Direct Current Motors, Troubleshooting for Grounded or Shorted Commutator Windings, Troubleshooting Single-Phase Motors and Shaded-Pole Motors, Troubleshooting Split-Phase Motors, Troubleshooting Capacitors Motors, Three-Phase Motors, Troubleshooting and Servicing Three-Phase Motors

Session 10 – Motor Starters and Motor Protection

Manual Switching, Mechanical Improvements, Manual Contacts, Double-Break Contacts, Contact Construction, Manual Starters, Motor Control Centers, Power Panels, Additional Contacts, Transient Suppression Modules, AC Manual Starter Selection, Phasing, Enclosures, Ratings of General Purpose AC/DC Contactors, Motor Protection, Selection of Starter Protection, Sizes of Fuses and Circuit Breakers, Overcurrent and Overcurrent Protection, Selection of Running Protection, Electronic Overloads and Overload Heater Selection, Overload Current Transformers, Inherent Motor Protectors, Troubleshooting Fuses Circuit Breakers and Running Protection Devices

Session 11 – Introduction to Basic Motor Controls

Principles of Motor Controls, Control Language, Ladder/Line Diagrams and Wiring/Connection Diagrams, Types of Control Circuits, Contactors, Solenoids, Contactor Wiring, Control Circuit Voltage, Reversing Motors Using Manual Starters, Interlocking, Magnetic Reversing Starter Practical Applications, Starting/Stopping in Forward/Reverse with Limit Switch Acting Safety Stop, Reversing Motors Using Drum Switches, Troubleshooting Reversing Circuit Control Circuit and Power Circuits