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Complete Electric Circuits Course for Electrical Engineering - level 3

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Overview If you wish to gain a complete understanding of Electric DC Circuits, the Complete Electric Circuits Course for Electrical …

Overview

If you wish to gain a complete understanding of Electric DC Circuits, the Complete Electric Circuits Course for Electrical Engineering – Level 3 is designed to give you knowledge of the concepts and laws of electric circuits. There’s a wealth of information provided on the applications of DC Circuits, definitions of a range of key subjects including electric current, electric voltage, electric power and energy. You will learn the difference between a series and paralleled connection and understand applications as lightning systems.      

Complete Electric Circuits Course for Electrical Engineering – Level 3 will demonstrate how to solve electric circuit problems. You will learn to identify electronic issues and with step by step instructions, figure the solution. There are important modules explored in this course, ensuring the learner gains a complete understanding of the topics at hand.

Complete Electric Circuits Course for Electrical Engineering – Level 3 will begin at the fundamentals and equip learners with the relevant skills on the overview of electric circuits. It is a comprehensive training that offers unique insights on how to be successful both academically and professionally. There is an ever-increasing need for qualified individuals who wish to advance to the next stage of their career! This is a IAP certified course that will demonstrate to leading employers you are continually developing yourself, and will make you a desirable candidate across leading industries.

Why You Should Consider Taking this Course at Study365?

Study365 is a leading online provider for several accrediting bodies, and provides learners the opportunity to take this exclusive IAP course.  At Study365, we give our fullest attention to our learners’ needs and ensure they have the necessary information required to proceed with the training.  

Learners who register will be given excellent learning support, discounts for future purchases and be eligible for a TOTUM Discount card and Student ID card with amazing offers and access to retail stores, the library, cinemas, gym memberships and their favourite restaurants. 

  • About the Tutor
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Who is this Course for?
  • Entry Requirements
  • Method of Assessment
  • Certification
  • Awarding Body
  • Career Path & Progression

Ahmed Mahdy is an Electrical Power Engineer and the founder of Khadija Academy in 2019. He’s from Cairo, Egypt and is an online instructor for 9 years. He offers electrical engineering courses and regularly posts YouTube videos on electrical engineering. Ahmed has authored 6 books on electrical engineering and has taught close to 40,000 students living in 170 countries. The purpose of his Academy is to teach the fundamentals of electrical engineering from fundamentals to advance levels. He is a highly recognised and successful instructor and often receives 5-star reviews from his students. He has an engaging teaching style and will walk students step by step through complex information.

 

  • Learn the basics of electric DC circuits
  • Understand the definition of Electric Charge
  • Explore the difference between dependent and independent sources
  • Learn about electricity bill calculations
  • Learn about nodal analysis and Supernode

 

This course is recommended for,

  • Engineers
  • Anyone who wants to learn about electric circuits
  • Engineering students

 

  • Learners should be over the age of 16, and have a basic understanding of English, ICT and numeracy.
  • A sound educational background is recommended

 

This is a knowledge-based course, and thus, will contain no method of assessment.

Upon the successful completion of the course, learners will be awarded an accredited ‘Certificate of Completion’ for ‘Certificate in Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering – Level 3’ by IAP.

 

The International Awards for Professionals iAP is an awarding body established in 1999 that aims to promote a high educational standard. They hope to create online education that is trustworthy and credible. They are focused on raising the standards of online education, and ensuring it is accessible to all. The iAP provides accreditation for a range of educational establishments, and monitors and continually develops the educational standards of such institutions. Their globally recognised certifications give learners the opportunity to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to gain employment in the chosen fields.

 

The Certificate in Complete Electric Circuits Course for Electrical Engineering - Level 3 will improve your candidature for a number of jobs in the electrical and engineering sectors.  You can study further related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognised by leading employers and top organisations, and for electrical engineering students who wish to pursue this field, this certificate will prove to be highly effective.

Course Curriculum

1. Basic Concepts
1.1. Lesson 1: what is an electric circuit FREE 00:02:00
1.2. Lesson 2: system of units FREE 00:07:00
1.3. Lesson 3: what is an electric charge FREE 00:05:00
1.4. Lesson 4: what is an electric current FREE 00:08:00
1.5. Lesson 5: example 1 FREE 00:01:00
1.6. Lesson 6: example 2 FREE 00:02:00
1.7. Lesson 7: example 3 00:02:00
1.8. Lesson 8: what is voltage 00:07:00
1.9. Lesson 9: what is power 00:06:00
1.10. Lesson 10: what is energy 00:04:00
1.11. Lesson 11: example 4 00:03:00
1.12. Lesson 12: example 5 00:02:00
1.13. Lesson 13: dependent and independent sources 00:07:00
1.14. Lesson 14: example 6 part 1 00:04:00
1.15. Lesson 15: example 6 part 2 00:01:00
1.16. Lesson 16: application 1 cathode ray tube 00:04:00
1.17. Lesson 17: example 7 00:04:00
1.18. Lesson 18: application 2 electricity bills 00:02:00
1.19. Lesson 19: example 8 00:03:00
2. Basic Laws
2.1. Lesson 1: introduction to basic laws 00:02:00
2.2. Lesson 2: definition of resistance 00:07:00
2.3. Lesson 3: ohm’s law 00:02:00
2.4. Lesson 4: types of resistances 00:06:00
2.5. Lesson 5: open and short circuit 00:05:00
2.6. Lesson 6: definition of conductance 00:04:00
2.7. Lesson 7: example 1 00:02:00
2.8. Lesson 8: example 2 00:03:00
2.9. Lesson 9: example 3 00:03:00
2.10. Lesson 10: branch, node and loops 00:07:00
2.11. Lesson 11: series and parallel connection 00:04:00
2.12. Lesson 12: kcl 00:04:00
2.13. Lesson 13: kvl 00:03:00
2.14. Lesson 14: example 4 00:05:00
2.15. Lesson 15: example 5 00:02:00
2.16. Lesson 16: example 6 00:06:00
2.17. Lesson 17: series resistors and voltage division 00:07:00
2.18. Lesson 18: parallel resistors and current division 00:12:00
2.19. Lesson 19: analogy between resistance and conductance 00:07:00
2.20. Lesson 20: example 7 00:04:00
2.21. Lesson 21: example 8 00:04:00
2.22. Lesson 22: introduction to delta-wye connection 00:06:00
2.23. Lesson 23: delta to wye transformation 00:05:00
2.24. Lesson 24: wye to delta transformation 00:07:00
2.25. Lesson 25: example 9 00:03:00
2.26. Lesson 26: example 10 00:15:00
2.27. Lesson 27: application lighting bulbs 00:04:00
2.28. Lesson 28: example 11 00:05:00
3. Methods of Analysis
3.1. Lesson 1: introduction to methods of analysis 00:02:00
3.2. Lesson 2: nodal analysis with no voltage source 00:15:00
3.3. Lesson 3: example 1 00:06:00
3.4. Lesson 4: cramer’s method 00:04:00
3.5. Lesson 5: nodal analysis with voltage source 00:07:00
3.6. Lesson 6: example 2 00:06:00
3.7. Lesson 7: example 3 00:13:00
3.8. Lesson 8: mesh analysis with no current source 00:10:00
3.9. Lesson 9: example 4 00:04:00
3.10. Lesson 10: example 5 00:06:00
3.11. Lesson 11: mesh analysis with current source 00:07:00
3.12. Lesson 12: example 6 00:08:00
3.13. Lesson 13: nodal vs mesh analysis 00:04:00
3.14. Lesson 14: application dc transistor 00:04:00
3.15. Lesson 15: example 7 00:04:00
4. Circuit Theorems
4.1. Lesson 1: introduction to circuit theorems 00:02:00
4.2. Lesson 2: linearity of circuit 00:08:00
4.3. Lesson 3: example 1 00:04:00
4.4. Lesson 4: superposition theorem 00:07:00
4.5. Lesson 5: example 2 00:04:00
4.6. Lesson 6: example 3 00:06:00
4.7. Lesson 7: source transformation 00:08:00
4.8. Lesson 8: example 4 00:05:00
4.9. Lesson 9: example 5 00:03:00
4.10. Lesson 10: thevenin theorem 00:10:00
4.11. Lesson 11: example 6 00:06:00
4.12. Lesson 12: example 7 00:05:00
4.13. Lesson 13: norton’s theorem 00:05:00
4.14. Lesson 14: example 8 00:04:00
4.15. Lesson 15: example 9 00:05:00
4.16. Lesson 16: maximum power transfer 00:05:00
4.17. Lesson 17: example 10 00:03:00
4.18. Lesson 18: resistance measurement 00:05:00
4.19. Lesson 19: example 11 00:01:00
4.20. Lesson 20: example 12 00:04:00
4.21. Lesson 21: summary 00:05:00
5. Operational Amplifiers
5.1. Lesson 1: introduction to operational ampilifers 00:04:00
5.2. Lesson 2: construction of operational amplifiers 00:07:00
5.3. Lesson 3: equivalent circuit of non-ideal op amp 00:10:00
5.4. Lesson 4: vo vs vd relation curve 00:04:00
5.5. Lesson 5: example 1 00:09:00
5.6. Lesson 6: ideal op amp 00:07:00
5.7. Lesson 7: example 2 00:04:00
5.8. Lesson 8: inverting amplifier 00:06:00
5.9. Lesson 9: example 3 00:02:00
5.10. Lesson 10: example 4 00:02:00
5.11. Lesson 11: non inverting amplifier 00:08:00
5.12. Lesson 12: example 5 00:03:00
5.13. Lesson 13: summing amplifier 00:05:00
5.14. Lesson 14: example 1 00:01:00
5.15. Lesson 15: difference amplifier 00:06:00
5.16. Lesson 16: example 7 00:08:00
5.17. Lesson 17: cascaded op amp circuits 00:07:00
5.18. Lesson 18: example 8 00:04:00
5.19. Lesson 19: application digital to analog converter 00:06:00
5.20. Lesson 20: example 9 00:04:00
5.21. Lesson 21: instrumentation amplifiers 00:06:00
5.22. Lesson 22: example 10 00:01:00
5.23. Lesson 23: summary 00:05:00
6. Capacitors and Inductors
6.1. Lesson 1: introduction to capacitors and inductors 00:03:00
6.2. Lesson 2: capacitor 00:07:00
6.3. Lesson 3: capacitance 00:03:00
6.4. Lesson 4: voltage-current relation in capacitor 00:03:00
6.5. Lesson 5: energy stored in capacitor 00:06:00
6.6. Lesson 6: dc voltage and practical capacitor 00:02:00
6.7. Lesson 7: example 1 00:01:00
6.8. Lesson 8: example 2 00:01:00
6.9. Lesson 9: example 3 00:05:00
6.10. Lesson 10: equivalent capacitance of parallel capacitors 00:03:00
6.11. Lesson 11: equivalent capacitance of series capacitors 00:03:00
6.12. Lesson 12: example 4 00:02:00
6.13. Lesson 13: definition of inductors 00:06:00
6.14. Lesson 14: definition of inductance 00:03:00
6.15. Lesson 15: voltage-current relation in inductor 00:03:00
6.16. Lesson 16: power and energy stored in inductor 00:03:00
6.17. Lesson 17: dc source and inductor 00:04:00
6.18. Lesson 18: example 5 00:02:00
6.19. Lesson 19: series inductors 00:03:00
6.20. Lesson 20: parallel inductors 00:04:00
6.21. Lesson 21: example 6 00:01:00
6.22. Lesson 21: small summary to 3 basic elements 00:03:00
6.23. Lesson 22: example 7 00:05:00
6.24. Lesson 23: application integrator 00:05:00
6.25. Lesson 24: example 8 00:04:00
6.26. Lesson 25: application differentiator 00:03:00
6.27. Lesson 26: example 9 00:06:00
6.28. Lesson 27: summary 00:05:00
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    Taylor Walker

    March 27, 2021
    Nice

    I am happy overall. Thanks a lot!

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    Jessie Lawson

    February 16, 2021
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    Electric circuits can be hard for newbie engineering students; I thought they were pretty complex until this course made concepts easy for me.

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    Carmen Jordan

    January 23, 2021
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    From electric charge to electric bill calculation, your videos made learning fun. Wow.

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