Get into the nitty-gritty of design work through crucial documentation such
as block diagrams, schematic diagrams, and equipment rack layouts.
CEU Value: 3.0
Proper design documentation is needed
for successful project communication and installation. This course teaches the
importance of complete and accurate design documentation. Notable content
includes the usage of floor plan symbols in layout drawings, the interpretation
of architectural drawings and terminology, and the process and methodology used
to create and engineer project documents.
At the end of the course you should
be able to:
Identify drawing types; site plans,
foundation plans, floor plans, elevations, section drawings, electrical plans, etc.
Apply floor plan
symbols through proper symbol identification and device
placementDescribe the process and methodology used in creating
design and engineer project documents
Interpret the schematic diagram
components; the connection paths, source devices, and output display
This eCourse consists of an in-depth lecture of course
content segmented in small, organized chunks and married with additional
material. Types of material in this course include:
- Comprehension activities
- Downloadables such as worksheets, reference documents, diagrams, and
additional reference material
A post-assessment test is included.
At least a 70% is needed in order to receive CEUs.After registering, this
eCourse will be available for 90 days. To access, log in tocedia.net and select
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Class Length: 3 hours
Regular Price: $140
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