The Electricians Workbook.

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ISBN
9780980178722
Product Code
671
by Tom Henry (9780980178722)

I found it amusing when an electrical worker that has passed the Master Electrician license exam qualifying as an electrical contractor asked me in my bookstore if I have any "cheat sheets" or "short cuts" for his workers in the field so they can determine at a glance what size wire to install. Good grief what is going on "out there?" I've been in the electrical industry for over 50 years, and if I've learned one thing, it's that there is no short cut! I'm still learning. I started my electrical apprenticeship in 1956. Back in those days you were studying to become a skilled craftsman in a trade. Back then you were taught to "train your brain before you test it." Now after 50 years in the electrical industry I'm not sure what is being taught and tested. I'm not sure how many "electricians" are out there. Many are referred today as "electrical workers" or "installers." It is my personal opinion that this book contains the type of exam questions a person should be asked to determine if they have the cognitive knowledge to install an electrical circuit properly. This is an excellent book for an apprentice or training class as it contains exams with answers in which to grade the student.

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Descriptionby Tom Henry (9780980178722)

I found it amusing when an electrical worker that has passed the Master Electrician license exam qualifying as an electrical contractor asked me in my bookstore if I have any "cheat sheets" or "short cuts" for his workers in the field so they can determine at a glance what size wire to install. Good grief what is going on "out there?" I've been in the electrical industry for over 50 years, and if I've learned one thing, it's that there is no short cut! I'm still learning. I started my electrical apprenticeship in 1956. Back in those days you were studying to become a skilled craftsman in a trade. Back then you were taught to "train your brain before you test it." Now after 50 years in the electrical industry I'm not sure what is being taught and tested. I'm not sure how many "electricians" are out there. Many are referred today as "electrical workers" or "installers." It is my personal opinion that this book contains the type of exam questions a person should be asked to determine if they have the cognitive knowledge to install an electrical circuit properly. This is an excellent book for an apprentice or training class as it contains exams with answers in which to grade the student.

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