Electrical Technician Level I (185 Hours)

electrician working on a board

Qualified electricians are always in demand. This Electrical Technician Level I class is based on the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum. Electricians read blueprints, solve complex math problems, and install electrical systems (all while adhering to numerous electrical and building codes). Due to extensive job training, most electricians are qualified to choose among a variety of work environments, including construction, electrical maintenance, commercial, residential, and contracting.

Training Includes:

  • Career paths
  • Responsibilities and aptitudes of an electrician
  • Tasks performed by an electrician
  • Safety and communication skills on the construction site

Admission Requirements:

  • High school diploma or completion of TABE assessment with at least 8th-grade reading and math skills

Cost of Classes:

  • Tuition/Registration: $211.20
  • Text: $123 (some text available for loan)

 

2/11/20-7/30/20, TTh, 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., one Saturday per month 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

$180                          Instructor: McDonald

Mitchell                                 828.733.5883

Register and Pay online

Students in the program may get help paying for class by calling 828.766.1297.