Students will acquire the basic knowledge of electrical theory and general electrical safety. They will be introduced to tools of the trade and simple circuits used in commercial and domestic electrical systems. Students will study more advanced electrical theory including circuit diagnosis, repair, blueprint reading, estimating, layout, installation of commercial and domestic electrical circuits, and motors. Students will also develop job seeking and other employability skills.

Students may earn NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) certification.

Students will apply their knowledge and skills by participating in the student-built house project.

Prerequisites

There are no prequisites required for this program.

Planning Information

This class is a two year program.

The number of periods required in a student's schedule to complete this program is as follows:

Year 1 = 3 periods

Year 2 = 3 periods

Contact Information 

For more information, please contact the Mr. Michael Towne.