Workplace Electricity Description: The Workplace Physics €“ Electricity course is an introduction to basic laws of Physics as related to Electricity. Topics to be introduced will involve concepts of Electrical Energy and how it is used in the workplace: i.e. Electrical Motors, Electrical Resistance Heating Elements and Solenoids. Topics involving Electrical Force, Current, Resistance, Voltage Induction as well as the difference between Alternating and Direct Current Voltages will be covered. These topics will be placed into a practical workplace context involving machines using electrical energy using a diversity of delivery methods including PowerPoint, Video Movie and laboratory mediums. Objectives: Upon completion of this course, learners should be able to: 1. Describe Electricity as an Energy Force 2. Describe differences between A.C. and D.C. Voltages 3. Predict the values among Voltage, Amperage and Resistance 4. Define Electrical Wattage 5. Explain processes involving electrical voltage induction