Electrical Technologies

If you’ve been having trouble making ends meet, there’s good news.
Electrical and electronics engineering technicians are in demand and among the highest earners for people without college degrees. 

You might enjoy this kind of work if you are t
he kind of person who pays close attention to detail. You were the type of kid who followed the steps on the Lego kit to build the set exactly as it was intended.

Accuracy matters to you, and that accuracy is what defines whether the job was done with excellence.
If connecting wires to provide power to homes and businesses excites you, then this might be the job for you.

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Electrical Technologies Skills You'll Learn

After completing the Electrical Technologies program, you’ll be prepared to bring the following skills to employers:

  • Electrical Safety
  • Electrical Theory
  • Introduction to the National Electric Code
  • Residential Electrical Services
  • Electrical Test Equipment
  • Control Systems and Fundamental Concepts

This 600 clock hour program (about 7 months) offers everything you need to get on the path to a fun and challenging career, including residential and commercial electrical training with an emphasis on understanding NEC regulations and OSHA electrical safety performance standards.

Electrical Technology Program Certification

In the Electrical Technologies program, you may also earn the following certifications:

  • National Center for Construction Education Research (NCCER) CORE, Electrical Levels 1 & 2
  • 10-Hour OSHA Training
  • Forklift Training
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
Past Program Results - Based on COE standards
School Year 2020
  Students: 4
  Completion: 100% 
  Placement: 50%
  Licensure:  n/a


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Admission Requirements

  • High school diploma, equivalency, or GED® before enrolling
  • No previous or pending disqualifying offenses
  • Good reading comprehension

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Course Information and Job Projection 

Jeff Jones, Coordinator
Rick Price, Electrical Instructor

Start Date
August 9, 2021
8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

2021-2022 Program Calendar

Program Cost: $5,866

Program Cost 
Books, Supplies, Fees$1,101
Tools   $176
Total Cost$6,077

*Books are subject to change.
Financial aid is available for adult education programs if you qualify.
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