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Electrical Wiring & Motor Controls

Electrical Wiring

student working on wiring

GRADUATES TRADITIONALLY FIND EMPLOYMENT with union and non-union contractors working
on construction projects both regionally and nationally. This program gives you a head start on earning journeyman status as a certified electrician through our unique Pre-Apprenticeship program. Students who excel academically, obtain the skills necessary in their career-technical program, and have met a stringent attendance requirement may apply for the Pre-Apprenticeship program.

Electrical Wiring Video

What Am I Learning?

  • Basic theory of electricity
  • Ohm’s law
  • Voltage, amperage & wattage
  • Commercial & industrial installation
  • Technology of motor controls

Entry Level Career Opportunities

Commercial or residential electrician
Maintenance worker

Advanced Career Opportunities

  • Construction manager
  • Contractor
  • Electrical engineer
  • Electrical inspector
  • Robotics technician
  • Wind & solar technician

Industry Certifications & Credentials

  • Pre-Apprenticeship Program
  • Certificate of Completion
  • OSHA 10
  • Scissor Lift Operator
  • First Aid & CPR

College Connections

  • Clark State Community College ($3000 Tech Prep Scholarship)
  • Sinclair Community College ($3000 Tech Prep Scholarship)
  • IBEW Apprenticeship
  • Hocking College

Experiential & Work-based Learning

  • Work on special customer projects starting junior year
  • On the job placement opportunities during senior year
  • Pre-Apprenticeship Program Opportunities
  • SkillsUSA CTSO Competitions

OhioMeansJobs Salary Projections (Ohio Average Yearly Pay)

Electrician: $37,070-$64,870
Electrician helper: $25,300-$30,970
First line supervisor: $47,850-$77,830
Construction manager: $71,950-$118,010

Contact Instructor

Rick Puckett, Electrical Wiring & Motor Controls instructor at [email protected]
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