1. Solve problems in d.c. circuits2. Solve problems in
3. Apply environmentally and sustainable procedures in the energy sector
4. Solve problems in a.c. circuits
5. Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines: Part 1 Single and three-phase transformers
6. Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines: Part 2 Alternating current rotating machines
7. Develop and connect electrical control circuits
8. Tools and resources
Jim Jenneson has written the last five successful editions of Electrical Principles for the Electrical Trades. He is now happily retired after a long and distinguished career as a teacher of VET electrotechnology. The first edition of his text appeared in 1980 and quickly established itself as the bible in its field, a status which it continues to hold. The text reflects his approach to teaching - patient, thorough and focused on clarity. Bob Harper is a TAFE teacher working at SkillsTech Australia, an institute of Queensland TAFE. He joined the Department of Education in 1983 as an industrially experienced electrician to teach electronics. TAFE applied Bob to whatever class needed teaching at the time and so his experience widened. Bob accumulated several TAFE certificates, a Diploma of Teaching, a Diploma of Freelance Journalism and a Bachelor of Technology (Eng.). He is currently studying for a Bachelor of Science (Psychology). Bob likes teaching and helping people to study; he is currently teaching renewable energy and working in online education and eLearning. Bob Moore is a TAFE teacher working at SkillsTech Australia. He worked as an electrican in domestic, commerical and industrial areas until 1983, when he joined the Department of Education. Bob has a Diploma of Teaching, a Diploma of Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Education. He has written a number of distance education modules and online examinations for electrical contractors and electrical linepersons. He is currently teaching Advanced Diploma of Electrical Engineering subjects at SkillsTech.