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I am currently studying for an Electro technical Technology Certificate (level 3).

I have leaned how to do some lighting and non lighting circuits and installing Cu's etc, both in a workshop on a board at first.

What I would like is to have something to help me recap how to do the various circuits over and over at home and I remember when I was in school there being software in science which would simulate organic chemistry experiments and so forth.

I was wondering if there is anything similar for people studying electrical courses where by there is simulation software which has various cables to select and various fixtures and fittings so you can make circuits and add various loads and various resistors to test if the circuit works and the loads are acceptable etc.

I know that there is nothing better than the real thing for learning, but this would be a useful tool for practicing things when you have time to kill.

Has anyone heard of anything like this?
 
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