You will apply basic theory of electricity to commercial, residential and industrial construction projects. In addition to hands-on practice in a modern lab area, you also learn the theory of electrical flow, Ohm’s Law and the mathematics of voltage, amperage and wattage. Gain a broad understanding of the National Electrical Code, materials estimating, electrical systems and troubleshooting, programmable controllers and fire alarm systems. Graduates traditionally find employment with union and non-union contractors.
Wind and Solar Energy Technician
Certifications and Credentials
NCCER Core Curricula
NCCER Electrical Certification
Wiring Level I
Scissor Lift Training
First Aid and CPR Training
Did You Know?
This program gives you a head start on earning Journeyman status as a certified electrician. Students who excel academically and in their career-technical program and have meet a stringent attendance requirement may apply for the
Career-Technical Student Organization affiliation – SkillsUSA
Contact Bob Keller, Electrical Wiring and Motor Controls instructor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.