Electrical Technician

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If you are the type that likes to figure out how things are powered and making them run, one of our electrical programs may be right for you. Three program options that are quick entry and exit electrician training programs exist — Electrical Commercial and Residential, and Electrical. All allow you a unique hands-on approach to learn the skills you need in these professions.

With an applied technology focus, you will learn electrical theory, wiring skills and safety knowledge needed to work in a residential environment or the construction industry.

Requirements

Virtual Information Session Attendance

Construction

Navigator Office Hours: 
Mon - Fri: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. / 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Office Number:  (602) 286-8633

Information Session: Mondays, from 3 - 4 p.m.Thursdays, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. (reserve your seat)

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Careers

You may look forward to careers, such as an apprentice electrician. You also may take advantage of our career services to gain skills in interviewing, resume writing, looking for a job and other career guidance. Through these services you will be better prepared to complete successful interviews and attain employment.**

Clock Hour Program

Clock-based certificates are training programs that provide skills for quick entry into the workforce. The clock-hour programs have specific year-round start dates.

Program Location

Central City Campus 

Program Cost

Certificate of Competency - Electrical Commercial and Residential (Day/Night):  $4,690*
Certificate of Competency - Electrical (Day/Night):  $2,630* (ineligible for financial aid)

Median Salary

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Certificates

Electrical Commercial and Residential

Certificate #1114 (Day)  |  #1115 (Night)

The Certificate of Competency (CCT) in Construction Trades: Electrical Commercial and Residential program are designed to provide knowledge, safety, and skills in the electrical construction trade. This program reinforces common construction skills to include the use of tools, adherence to safety and codes, and reading construction drawings. This award offers further theory and practice in commercial and specialty electrical, including work with electric power distribution, motors, and motor controls, specialty electrical lighting and services, and electrical currents. Students can seek employment as electrical technicians on residential and commercial job sites. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) and an Associate in Applied Science in Construction Trades are also available.

Electrical Installer

Certificate #1106N (Day)  |  #1107N (Night)

The Certificate of Competency (CCT) in Construction Trades: Electrical program is designed to provide beginning knowledge, safety, and skills in the electrical construction trade. This program is an introduction to common construction to include use of tools, safety, codes, installation of circuitry, equipment, construction drawings, and a basic understanding of electricity. Students can seek employment as electrical technicians on residential and commercial job sites. A Certificate of Completion and an Associate in Applied Science in Construction Trades are also available.

 

Program       Number            Completion Time*      Program Costs*
Electrical Commercial and Residential     1114 (Day) | 1115 (Night)     630 hr | 7 mo $4,690
Electrical Installer  1106N (Day) | 1107N (Night)   348 hr | 4 mo/5 mo $2,630

 

Start Dates

*Months based on 24 hours a week/4 weeks a month for the Day program and 20 hours a week/ 4 weeks a month for the Night program. Actual completion times may vary. Costs include tuition, lab and estimated book fees. Amount based on current estimates and will vary. Financial aid eligible, excluding 1664N/1667N. A separate $15 Registration Fee will be charged per academic year.

**For information about careers in your area of study, visit O*NET OnLine for detailed job descriptions, education requirements, as well as wage and employment trend information.