Electrical Technician Training Program

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How to Become an Electrician – Program Description

The Electrical Training Program is designed to provide related training in the electrical trade that will give students the proper course work in safety, Electrical Code, equipment, and knowledge of the trade. Instruction includes fundamentals of electricity and power distribution; basic trade mathematics; national electrical code requirements; commercial, industrial, and residential wiring requirements, and other control theory and fundamentals.

The goal of this program is to prepare students for employment in any of the related areas of the electrical trade. This electrician school program will provide an overview of electrical occupations, including training and employment options available in the following areas: Safety and OSHA Standards, Electrical wiring, Residential wiring, Commercial and industrial wiring.

50 WEEKS TO COMPLETE / 900 HOURS

This program will provide an overview of electrical occupations, including the training and the employment options available electrical industry. The electrician school program will allow students the opportunity to learn in a variety of settings in electrical trades.

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By submitting this form, I agree that InterCoast Colleges may call and/or text me about educational services at the phone number provided, including a wireless number, using automated technology. Please note, this consent is not required to attend our institutions. (Not all programs are available at all locations and not all programs are enrolling at this time.)