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Industrial Motor Control

Contest Coordinator: Jeff Hamburger

Competitors will provide a resume, perform a job interview, perform a written test, complete a ladder diagram, install and wire electrical components, troubleshoot electrical circuits, and demonstrate ability to work safely.

Students will need to bring their tool bag which must include wire identification numbers,  assorted Philips and flat screwdrivers, terminating screwdrivers, wire strippers/cutters, multimeter, tape measure, torpedo level, pencil, safety glasses clear, and cut resistance gloves, electrical rated boots, a hard hat and cordless drill with Phillips’s bit, a ½ inch conduit bender and hack saw, tools conduit reamer tool and latest edition of the NEC.

A contest shirt and identification badge must be worn to competition, along with electrical rated boots and long-legged pants (If your boots are not electrical rated a 10-point reduction will be assessed to your final grade and you then can compete). Contestants will need 1-page resume.

This contest starts promptly at 8 am you must be at the contest site by this time.