The Electrical course is an eight week training that prepares participants for work as an Electrical Apprentice. Students spend the first three weeks of the training completing the Construction Core program, which earns them certifications needed for entry-level positions in the construction trade. The course then moves into curriculum specific to the Electrical trade and covers electrical theory, code, conduit bending, circuitry, switches and raceways, and includes hands-on experience and instruction from dedicated instructors about the aspects of electrical wiring and systems for commercial, industrial and residential buildings. For more information about the Electrical trade, please visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Participants earn certifications for:
- NCCER Level One Electrical
- NCCER Core Construction
- TDLR Apprentice License
- OSHA 10
- First Aid/CPR Certification
Past graduates have begun their careers at companies such as White Lodging, Rosendin Electric, Allied Electrical, Titus Electric, and more.