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This document is to certify this student has completed the required coursework as defined by the Whatcom County

Tech Prep Articulation Agreement and
has demonstrated mastery for college credit. Further information about any aspect of this program may be obtained by contact
ing the school and
instructor named on this profile.



Rev.
8/2009

COMPETENCY PROFILE



DIRECT CURRENT I (DC 1)

BTC:

ELTR 100

(4
credits)

C
ourse
focuses on

the basics of current, voltage and resistance. The application of Ohm’s law and the
construction of circuits to verify electronic theory
, p
rovide the knowledge nec
essary to build the foundation for a
thorough understanding of basic electronics.

Students learn how to
make good solder connections,

recognize
and repair bad solder connections as well as to select and clean soldering tools.


Upon com
pletion of high scho
ol equivalent courses, the student will be able to:




Apply Ohm's Law to the calculation of voltage, current, resistance, and power in simple DC circuits.




Explain the conditions leading to electric shock, the bodily effects of electric shock, safe practice
s to
av
oid being shocked, and explain

the type(s) of medical attention needed by electric shock victims.




Determine the ideal resistance value of a resistor in ohms and its allowable resistance range, given
its color bands.




Determine which component has f
ail
ed in a simple DC circuit, give
n

a schematic diagram and
descriptions of abnormal circuit behavior.




Calculate voltages, currents, resistances, and power dissipations in series and parallel
circuits.




Demonstrate the use of multimeters to measure voltag
e, current, and resistance in DC circuits.




Demonstrate proficiency with industry standard notations through the use of proper units of
measurement, metric prefixes, and schematic diagram creation.




Demonstrate proper soldering technique on wire splices an
d printed circuit boards.




Logically troubleshoot a simple, malfunctioning circuit using appropriate test equipment.







College Textbooks:



Electronics Technology Fundamentals (conventional flow v
ersion), by Paynter and Boydell.



Textbook (supplement)
--

Lessons
i
n Electric Circuits,
V
olume
1

(DC), by Tony R. Kuphaldt.


Or access online: <http://ibiblio.org/obp/electricCircuits/DC>