Project Description

Keeping The Lights On

The Electrical Technician program is designed for those who like working with electrical wiring and equipment. This is the beginning of developing the safety, skills, and confidence needed to succeed on the job. While in this program, a student will learn transferable, effective work skills that will be of value in most occupations and the construction industry.

The Electrical Technician program will prepare students to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair electrically energized systems, such as residential, commercial, and industrial electric-power systems wiring, D.C. and A.C. motors, controls, and electrical distribution panels. Students will have the opportunity to use advanced technology equipment and gain competency in applying math skills related to electrical work.

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Scholarships Available

Important Dates:

  • The Electrical Technician program starts in January. 
  • M-F| 12pm-8pm; 10am-6pm

Tuition and Fees:

  • Tuition – $720
  • Fees – $420
  • Books and Supplies -$2365

Entrance Requirements:

  • Math 8.0 grade level
  • Reading 8.0 grade level

Enrollment:

  • Open-entry, open-exit

Open to:

  • Adults

Campus:

  • Roosevelt only

Additional Info:

  • Federal Financial Aid: No
  • VA Qualified: No
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Earning Potential:

  • $18.00-$29.00

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