Electrical Power Distribution & Control Technician

Full-Time

Program Capabilities

Program Capabilities outline what skills students should possess as they progress through each term/year of their program.

Co-op students and employers will find this information most useful and can reference this capabilities document to ensure students are gaining the experience they need to fulfill the program requirements.

Print Program Capabilities

The student will be capable of the following skills by the end of the term indicated:

Upon Graduation

  • Analyze, translate, produce, and maintain electrical drawings, reports, and other related documents and graphics.
  • Analyze, troubleshoot, and solve technical problems related to electrical power and control technology in the power generation, distribution, and utilities industries.
  • Use, calibrate, and maintain instrumentation and test equipment relating to the power utility industry.
  • Assemble and commission electrical circuits, machines, and equipment that fulfill the job requirements and specifications relating to the power generation and distribution industries.
  • Use various troubleshooting techniques to identify problems and verify acceptable functions with electrical circuits, equipment, and systems in the power generation, distribution, and utilities industries.
  • Assist in conducting power quality control, power factor analysis, harmonics content, and quality assurance procedures in the distribution network in the power industry.
  • Perform all tasks according to appropriate safety procedures, standards, and regulations in electrical engineering workplaces related to the power industry.
  • Apply principles of networking, microprocessor systems, instrumentation, telecommunications, and other related technologies to complete electrical engineering tasks in the power industries.
  • Analyze grid systems and apply the required power protection.
  • Apply engineering principles relating to electrical power generation, transmission, distribution, and control in the implementation of projects.
  • Analyze test data collected from measurements, cabling systems, and test equipment utilized by power industry.
  • Select and apply electrical cabling requirements and verify system grounding in the electrical power industry for a variety of applications.
  • Contribute to the design of electrical circuits, equipment, components, and systems in the power generation, distribution, and utilities industries.

For co-op information, contact:
Kyle Walker, Employer Client Relations
kyle.walker@lambtoncollege.ca
519-542-7751 x 3002


Technology & Trades
519-542-7751 ext 2436

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Program Information
519-541-2403
info@lambtoncollege.ca


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