Electrical engineering is one of the most stable professions around, and this training can help get you there

When you were a kid, your mom and dad probably told you to grow up and become a doctor or a lawyer. Practical people that they were, your parents probably assumed that if you were able to scale the educational heights of those revered professions, you'd be handsomely rewarded with a hefty paycheck. 

While you can certainly make a nice living in either occupation, there are other ways to lock in a six-figure salary — and they don't require extra years of schooling to accomplish it either. One such way is in the relatively unheralded, yet infinitely vital field of electrical engineering. 

 Even in a time of layoffs and economic downturns, there will always be a need for the guys who know how to supply power from Point A to Point B. With the training available in the massive Electrical and Circuits Engineering Certification Bundle, you can join that learned — and highly employable — group.

The collection brings together 13 courses that can help even technical novices get up to speed on the hows and whys of circuitry and electrical power systems. From household wiring to power grids that feed cities, these courses offer the full scope of what you can do with some electrical engineering know-how.

The Basic Concepts and Basic Laws of Electric Circuits course lays all your groundwork, introducing students of any level to the main terms, tools and concepts of electrical flow. The training goes over everything from current, voltage, power, and energy to some of the fundamental rules of circuitry including resistance, conductance, KVL, KCL, and more.

Over the next dozen courses, the training segues through all kinds of electrical education, enabling learners to earn a background in areas like circuit analysis, induction machines, AC and DC choppers, inverters and beyond. 

With a solid grounding in these foundational ideas, students can also explore courses focused on powering machines, both driven by either DC or synchronously-powered motors. There's also a set of three courses aimed at explaining three different levels of practical electricity projects, with training in small home systems to high voltage projects to even how power generating stations that power a city work.

Each course in this bundle retails for $99 on its own, but by purchasing this complete bundle now, you can save hundreds and get all this electrical engineering training for just $59.99.

Prices are subject to change.

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