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           The Electrical License with Tom Henry    


    I'm sharing over 61 years of electrical knowledge with you. I've written over 70 electrical books and taught over 20,000 electricians over the years for their license
and I know why only 33% pass the electrical exam.
    These days, apprenticeship programs have almost disappeared and there are very
few vo-tech programs targeting trade and industrial jobs.
Because of this and because
so many companies cut back their training departments and capabilities over the past,
too many workers today have not been formally trained to do the work we ask them to
do day in and day out.
    In the field there is just not enough time for a journeyman electrician to teach an apprentice electrician the technical and cognitive skills an electrician should know.
    I have found that while in the field there it is very hard to train an apprentice in
the technical areas to become an electrician. Problems arise for example your boss makes you work longer and the time schedule for the project has been accelerated.
    These are just a few of the problems that make it difficult for a seasoned electrician to teacxh an apprentice. Small tasks can be taught like how to install a receptacle or set up new light fixtures. Teaching calculations and the "Why" can be super difficult.
    This is where every person interested in the electrical field of technology should start
at the beginning with Electron Theory.

      There is no short cut, you must start at the beginning with electron       theory and the atom if you want to pass an electrical exam.

        In my years of preparing electricians for their license exam, I 
    found the reason many didn't pass is that they never have been 
    taught electricity. You have to start there first.

    The program Electricity has an eight chapter text book with chapters starting with the atom, static and current electricity, magnetism, DC generator, alternator, turbine, Ohm's Law, AC current, single phase and three phase transformers, series and parallel circuits, and power and energy.

    Over 3 hours of Video!
    Now you can watch 3 hours of Tom Henry doing hands on demonstrations and actually witness the behavior of electricity. You will witness on video these amazing experiments by Tom Henry. 10 dimes and 10 pennies produce electricity, you'll actually see current flowing in water, you'll see a 9 volt battery start a fire and learn how, you'll witness Tom Henry holding a fluorescent tube in an electrostatic field of over 400,000 volts and the tube lights up, the power wheel and calculator in animation, water analogy in motion, magnetism in action, a neon arc starting a fire, and many more to view.

    Each chapter is followed by an exam. After completion of the exam, you may self-grade this exam to determine if you passed and should advance to the next chapter. The answers in detail are found in the 80 page Instructors Guide.

     Item #1007   "Electricity" Program with Tom Henry .........$95.00


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