Residential Construction Academy: House Wiring CD #2 available in Other Format
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- Cengage Learning
Create a direct link between your education/training program and the construction industry! For the first time, textbooks and multimedia are available for many of the residential crafts - including carpentry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing and facilities maintenance - that are based on national standards developed by the nation's leading builders and remodelers. The result of a strategic partnership between the Home Builders Institute (HBI) of the National Association of Home Builders and Delmar Learning, this new series from the Residential Construction Academy is the perfect way to introduce people of all ages to the building trades while guiding them to development of essential workplace skills. This package also includes computer-based training that uses video, animation, and testing to introduce, teach, or remediate the concepts covered in the videos. Students will be pre-tested on the material and then, if needed, provided with the suitable remediation to ensure understanding of the concepts. Post-tests can be administered to ensure that students have gained mastery of all material.
About the Author
Gregory W. Fletcher has over 30 years of experience in the electrical field and has taught electrical wiring practices at the secondary level, apprentice level, and the post-secondary level. He has been licensed, first as a Journeyman and then as a Master Electrician, since 1976. He is currently Department Chairman of the Trades and Technology Department and Coordinator/Instructor of the Industrial Electrical/Electronics Technology program at Kennebec Valley Community College. Mr. Fletcher holds an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electrical Construction and Maintenance and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Technical Education and a Master of Science Degree in Industrial Education. Currently serving as the President of the Central Maine Electrical Associates, he is also a member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, The National Fire Protection Association, and the Instrument Society of America.