This class serves as the first year of training in the Electrical craft. Structured as a hybrid class, a combination of online training and live classroom/lab training, students learn the following content: Core Curriculum; Basic Safety; Intro to Construction Math; Intro to Hand Tools; Intro to Power Tools; Intro to Construction Drawings; Basic Communication Skills; Employability Skills; Orientation to the Electrical Trade; Electrical Safety; Introduction to Electrical Circuits; Electrical Theory; Introduction to the National Electrical Code; Device Boxes; Hand Bending; Raceways & Fittings; Conductors and Cables; Basic Electrical Construction Drawings; Residential Electrical Services; Electrical Test Equipment.
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Tuition and Funding Options
Financial Assistance, Grant Funding and Sallie Mae Loans may be available for eligible students.
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Students must be at least 18 years of age upon completion of the program to receive a credential, have some basic computer knowledge to successfully complete the online learning portion of the class, be able to read and write in English and have a basic understanding of math concepts.