Friday, September 11, 2020

Foundations of Electricity & Electronics Course By Humphrey Kimathi

Foundations of Electricity & Electronics Course.

Course code: 14RESFEE 

This course is not about Radio Communications.

This course is intended for those starting out in the world of electricity and electronics.

The course starts at the beginning and takes you through to a solid knowledge of electrical principles. You will then explore the important beginnings of electronics.

This is an assignment based correspondence course via email.

The assignments are in MS Word format.

In total there are 11 assignments. 

You read the course material and complete your assignment then return it via email to your facilitator/trainer. The facilitator will then review your assignment and give you feedback on your work. You can progress at any pace, fast or slow. Your assignment will then be returned to you via email with your next assignment.

 Just some of the topics covered in this source include: -

Atoms – charge -Ohm’s law- basic circuits – series & parallel circuits – inductance – capacitance – reactance - cells and batteries – alternating current - measuring devices - transformers – impedance – RLC circuits – resonance – power supplies -mains power – semiconductor theory – diodes – LED – zener- transistors – and much more.


 For this course you will need: -

  


Foundations of Electricity & Electronics is available in Ebook and print book format.

For best study outcome print book is recommended.

Get your copy here

Ask you facilitator if local print copies are available.

To enroll in this course, go to Radio & electronics school and click get started here and use course code 14RESFEE

At the end of this course, with satisfactory completion by examination, you can optionally request a Diploma certificate. 

 


For further inquiries please contact: admin@res.net.au

 

4 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for the vital information which you provided. As technology changes and modern equipment(whether mechanical, electrical, communications, power, industrial you name them) use S.M.P.S. We Electronics Engineers/Technicians must align ourselves with the evolving technologies.

    I for myself like to troubleshoot right down to the component level, swooping boards is a laymen habit. Your books really help me on my ambition of Component Level Technician

    Thank you Kimathi and fellow Electronics Professional around the globe

    Thomas Wafisause
    Pacific Ocean

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    1. Thank you for your feedback Thomas, Glad to hear you have found our products useful. ALL THE BEST FROM THE DESK OF HUMPHREY.

      regards Humphrey

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