Basic Physical Science Training

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Explore the building blocks of the physical world in our Basic Physical Science Training course. Understand key concepts such as matter, mass, volume, density, and the elemental structure of electricity. Learn about different types of heat and energy transfer, and discover the crucial role of machines in promoting energy efficiency. This course is perfect for technicians who wish to apply scientific principles to practical situations.

Read more about the course in the detailed description below.

The Basic Physical Science Training course provides an in-depth exploration of fundamental scientific concepts crucial for technical applications in the security industry.

Key areas of focus include:

  • Matter and Its Properties: Learn the definitions and distinctions between matter, mass, volume, and density, and how these properties affect practical applications.
  • Elemental Electricity: Gain a nuanced understanding of the elemental structure of electricity and how to utilize this knowledge in everyday technical tasks.
  • Heat and Energy Transfer: Differentiate between types of heat and master the concepts of thermal energy transfer.
  • Machinery and Efficiency: Explore the role of machines in improving energy efficiency and productivity in technical operations. This course equips technicians with the scientific knowledge necessary to apply physical principles in their work effectively.

Use the grid below to determine which states have CEU approval for this course, along with how many credit hours it has, and any other special instructions.

StateHoursSpecial Instructions
Florida1This course is approved for 1.00 hours of continuing education by the Florida DBPR for the Electrical Contractors Licensing Board. If you
will be taking this course for CEUs in FL, you must notify us within 30 days of completion and provide your license number and company
name so we may submit the appropriate documentation. Please email or call 502-254-1590.

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