Mr. Bryan Dawkins

Phone: 334-899-3308 ext 6113

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Degrees and Certifications:

Credentials: Associate of Applied Science in Electrical Technology, Wallace Community College Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science/Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Master of Arts in Teaching Science Comprehensive 6-12, The University of West Alabama Career/Technical Certification endorsed in Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation 6-12

Mr. Bryan Dawkins

  • Industrial Systems Electrical & Electronic

    What Does an Industrial Systems Electrical & Electronic Technician Do?

    Electrical & Electronic Technicians install, service, troubleshoot, and perform preventive and predictive maintenance functions on equipment. This includes plant lighting equipment and receptacle circuits, motors, starters, motor control centers, programmable controllers, control panels, electrical control systems, and transformers.

    Today's economy demands a better educated workforce, and the jobs in our economy require more complex knowledge and skills than the jobs of the past. This program will help students see the relevance of what they are learning and its connection to career opportunities and life goals.

    Skills Developed in the Industrial Systems Department:

    • Critical Thinking/Troubleshooting
    • Problem Sensitivity
    • Time Management
    • Reasoning
    • Mechanical
    • Communication
    • Safety and Security
    • Teamwork

    Topics Covered:

    • Electrical Safety
    • Electrical Theory
    • AC Fundamentals
    • DC Fundamentals
    • Electronic Components
    • Electrical & Instrument Blueprint Reading
    • Series/Parallel Circuits
    • Programmable Logic Controllers
    • Pneumatic Controls