Electricity III, Entrepreneurship I

Electricity III, Entrepreneurship I

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  • Program Info

    The curriculum expands to encompass a comprehensive study of luminaires, shedding light on the intricacies of lighting systems. Overcurrent protection becomes a focal point as students delve into the crucial aspect of safeguarding electrical systems. Service equipment, a cornerstone of electrical infrastructure, is explored in depth, providing students with practical insights into its installation and maintenance. Motor controls and transformers take center stage as students unravel the complexities of these integral components within industrial applications. The curriculum extends further into grounding techniques, a critical aspect of ensuring safety and efficiency in electrical systems. Throughout this journey, students explore and apply the guidelines set by the National Electrical Code (NEC), ensuring that their knowledge aligns with industry standards. As the curtain rises on Entrepreneurship, students are ushered into the exhilarating realm of creating, owning, and launching their own business ventures. Concepts and techniques unfold, unveiling the art of planning entrepreneurial endeavors with a fusion of design thinking and business model development. This course serves as the compass guiding future entrepreneurs through the intricacies of transforming innovative ideas into thriving businesses, setting the stage for a journey into the dynamic world of entrepreneurship.

    Program Duration: 1 year
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    Program Host: Northern Neck Technical Center

If you’re learning to program for the first time, or if you’re coming from a different language, this course, JavaScript: Getting Started, will give you the basics for coding in JavaScript. First, you’ll discover the types of applications that can be built with JavaScript, and the platforms they’ll run on.

Next, you’ll explore the basics of the language, giving plenty of examples. Lastly, you’ll put your JavaScript knowledge to work and modify a modern, responsive web page. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge in JavaScript to create simple programs, create simple web applications, and modify web pages.

What you’ll learn

  • Recognize the importance of understanding your objectives when addressing an audience.
  • Identify the fundaments of composing a successful close.
  • Explore how to connect with your audience through crafting compelling stories.
  • Examine ways to connect with your audience by personalizing your content.
  • Break down the best ways to exude executive presence.
  • Explore how to communicate the unknown in an impromptu communication.

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Quick Facts
Program Host Type: Technical School
Program Focus 1: Electrical
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