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Electrical Construction

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The Electrical Construction Program students receive training in the electrical wiring field and learn how to wire a house, store or office. Students also learn how to wire alarm systems. After completing the program students have the opportunity to become a registered apprentice electrician.

This program has articulation agreements with Montgomery Community College for degrees in construction management. Students receive six college credit hours for the successful completion of this tech area. An articulation agreement with Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) gives credit for students completing their first year of a four-year apprenticeship.

As a young professional you will:

  • Learn how to wire a house
  • Learn how to wire stores and offices
  • Wire alarm systems
  • Actually wire a new house
  • Complete first year of an electrical apprenticeship

This program will prepare students to pursue the following career opportunities:

  • Residential Electrician
  • Commercial Electrician
  • Alarm Technician
  • Electric Motor Repair Technician
  • Electrical Estimator
  • Electrical Supervisor
  • Licensed Electrician
  • Electrical Contractor