- Level 2 - 55% Overall Score
- Level 3 - 47% Overall Score
- Level 4 - 55% Overall Score
Level 1 - Assists higher technicians, makes basic measurements, performs set up and removal of test equipment along with basic maintenance and cleaning.
Level 2 - Performs inspections, tests, data collection and can test for de-energized locked out/tagged out equipment.
Level 3 - Supervises lower technicians, keeps records, evaluates, and writes reports. Also performs moderately complex tasks, troubleshoots and interacts with other skills and operations.
Level 4 - Supervises large projects and multiple crews. Is capable of working independently and performing more complex investigations, tests, and evaluations. Reviews reports, recommends corrective actions, interacts with engineers and managers.
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- Book 3 Overview
- A. Switchgear and Switchboard Assemblies
- B. Transformers
- C. Cables
- D. Metal-Enclosed Busways
- E. Switches
- F. Circuit Breakers
- G. Circuit Switchers
- H. Network Protectors
- I. Protective Relays
- J. Instrument Transformers
- K. Metering Devices
- L. Regulating Apparatus
- M. Grounding Systems
- N. Ground-Fault Protection Systems
- O. Rotating Machinery
- P. Motor Control Centers and Motor Starters
- Q. Adjustable-Speed Drive Systems
- R. Direct-Current Systems
- S. Surge Arresters
- T. Capacitors and Reactors
- U. Outdoor Bus Structures
- V. Emergency Systems
- W. Automatic Circuit Reclosers and Line Sectionalizers
- X. Fiber-Optic Cables
- Y. Insulating Liquids and Gases
- Z. Fuses
- AA. Electric Vehicle Charging Systems