Electrical & Electronics 10 - With Work Placement

Course Description

This course consists of 75 hours theory and 25 hours of work placement. Students must be 16 years old to be able to work on a construction site. Students will be provided with opportunities to acquire knowledge and develop skills used in the electrical and electronics industry and to become familiar with career opportunities in this industry in Saskatchewan.

All learners, parents, mentors and, where appropriate, school-based administrators are encouraged to familiarize themselves with our work placement policies.

Units of Study

  • Safety and Health (Core)
  • Concepts about Electricity (Core)
  • Wiring Circuits (Core)
  • Conductors (Core)
  • Overcurrent Devices (Core)
  • Introduction to Electronics (Core)
  • Cells and Small Voltage Sources (Core)
  • Measuring Instruments, Meters (Core)
  • Energy Conservation (Optional)
  • Careers (Core)
  • Extended Study (Optional )

Course Materials

Supplied by the DLC

E-text: Electricity & Electronics 10th Edition, Roberts, Richard M.

Obtained by Student

Any necessary workplace attire/materials (e.g. work boots, tools, etc.)

Suggested Career Pathways

  • Electrician
  • Electronics Technician



Delivery Method

Online Asynchronous


This course requires a midterm and a final exam to be supervised by a proctor

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