Part B : The MMUT – Advanced Concepts course beginswith a study
of electrical power and the relationship between voltage, current, and
resistance. Students will learn about the requirements for overhead and
underground service connections, circuit breakers, and grounding. Lesson
7 provides detailed information regarding telephone circuits, while Lesson 8
provides detailed information on fiber optics technology. Lesson 9
introduces “Smart Home” technology and what must be considered regarding design
and installation practices to facilitate this technology. The course
concludes with a look at premises restoration considerations for retrofit
Part C: The MMUT – Hands-on Lab course teaches students the
proper use and applications for the various tools and test equipment typically
used for wire installation jobs. Students will also learn what
excellentcustomer interfacing and communications skills and practices look like
and how to manage conflict should it arise. The final lesson in the
course discusses basic troubleshooting practices and procedures. The
course ends with students participating in several hands-on exercised designed
to test the knowledge and skills they have learned throughout the course
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Academic Engagement Hours: 40 hoursPreparation Hours: 80 hoursTuition: $1,750 College Credits: 4.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 4.0
Industry Certification: ETA - Certified Residential Electronics Systems Installer; Certified Data Cabling Installer.
Days, times, and locations: Varies by course section. Courses typically
take place during the week either before or after work hours in approved
APT can customize the curriculum to meet special requests. Weekend courses and private
training locations can be arranged.
To schedule a course in your area, please call or contact APT for all your options.
There are no scheduled classes for this course at this time.Please contact us for further information.