Power up with
an essential new career.
When you become an electrician, you have flexibility to choose where and when you work.
8 Weeks to Complete
Students attend an immersive and hands-on eight-week training program.
Electricians earn an average salary of $56,180 per year, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Many older electricians are nearing retirement and there aren’t enough young electricians to replace them.
Your career is a click away.
Electricians are in high demand across the country, and this profession offers so many opportunities for growth in skill level and earning potential. The digital world needs more and more power — be someone who understands how it works!
Our training programs are approved by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOCA) and the Department of Labor (DOL).
Useful Trade Skills
Our Electrician program is built with employer input and our graduates are extremely qualified, professional, and prepared.
Quality Hands-on Instruction
In addition to our seasoned instructors, we offer state-of-the-art labs for hands-on learning.
Build a Career
Build a stable path toward a lifelong career without the college or trade school debt.
Hands on, Job-specifc
The Electrician program consists of 157 classroom hours and 224 lab hours working under the tutelage of our industry expert instructors. Each day you’ll develop new confidence at your craft. The week-by-week program looks like this:
101 Basic Construction
Designed to provide fundamentals associated with all electrical courses. Includes safety, basic tools, specialty tools, and equipment.
Wiring Methods 101
Designed to help select the proper size of wires, fittings, overcurrent protection devices, and boxes for residential installation. Includes multiple wiring methods for receptacles, single pole switches, and luminaires.
Wiring Methods 102
Provides advanced skills related to wiring a dwelling, with three-way and four-way switches, switched receptacles, split receptacles, and overcurrent protection devices.
Students will learn to interpret specific elements of a blueprint pertaining to the electrical construction, all elevations, and various plans. Students will also learn the basic concept of conduit bending.
Provides skills on how to wire a dwelling during the framing process. Includes basic understanding of installation of device boxes, device wiring methods, and different types of light fixtures.
Students will learn and demonstrate their knowledge of overcurrent protections, receptacles, switches, and special application procedures.
Students will demonstrate practical applications of advanced skills related to wiring a load-center in a dwelling. Includes basic understanding of a load-center, grounding, bonding, and breaker installation as well as practical application and installation of a panel board.
Students will demonstrate advanced skills related to wiring service entrance and proper equipment installation techniques in a dwelling.
18 Years of Age
All applicants must be at least 18 years of age to apply.
High School Diploma or GED
Applicants must present proof of secondary education completion.
Applicants must meet testing requirements in-person or online.
Applicants must complete an interview with an admissions counselor.