Basic Electrical for the Home “Do-It-Yourselfer”

There are a wide variety of basic electrical jobs which can be performed easily and safely by the home do-it-yourselfer. This information-packed, hands-on workshop will take you through the necessary basic electrical information for the D.I.Y. homeowner. You will learn about basic Electrical Codes and what types of jobs are suitable for the D.I.Y. and which ones should be left to an electrician. You will learn how to apply for a homeowner electrical permit. The workshop will also explain basic electrical theory including electric panel boxes and breakers. Types of tools required for various jobs will also be covered. Everyone will be able to confidently and safely change a light switch, install a dimmer switch, or change a wall outlet by the end of the session. This is going to be a very popular course and will fill quickly, so register early!

Offering 1: Saturday, Mar 14 2020, 9am to 12pm,  Credo Christian High School 21846 52nd Ave Langley

Offering 2: Saturday, May 2 2020, 9am to 12pm, Credo Christian High School 21846 52nd Ave Langley

Course Number: HI16
Instructor: Don Laslo
Semester: Winter/Spring 2020
Classroom: Credo Christian High Room A
Start Date: Varies
End Date: Varies
Start Time: Varies
End Time: Varies
Class Capacity: 16
Course Price: $49.99
Number of Sessions: 1

Total course price before 5% GST:

$49.99 CADSign up now

We remain closed, but we're committed to keep classes going through the next few weeks.

All classes that are normally scheduled for the next few weeks will continue, either by being re-scheduled, or in some cases, through livestreaming. If you're worried about cancellations, don't. Your class will be delivered one way or another.
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Like all small businesses, we rely on our registrations to keep the school going. Without training opportunities, those looking for new careers in the next year will not have the education they need to move on. That's why we're committed to postponing classes, rather than cancelling them.