1 or 2 Year Program
Graduate from high school with employability skills related to your educational and career goals
Are you interested in becoming an electrician, electrical engineer or power plant technician? This challenging, high demand career path will introduce you to residential, commercial, data/com wiring methods and advanced technologies of alternative energy generation such as solar and wind power.
While learning National Electrical Codes, Ohm’s Law and AC/DC theory, and blueprint reading skills, you will participate in wiring at least two single-family dwellings. Lab training includes actual installation of electrical and data/com wiring, fiber optic, category five cable, fire alarms and security systems. Additional advanced skills are developed in the areas of network architecture, telecommunications, and troubleshooting techniques.
Career Paths: Construction Foreman, Electrical Maintenance, Electrical Engineer, Electrical Transmission Installer, Residential & Commercial Electricity System Installer
3 high school credits for each year and college credits while still in high school
Dual Enrollment Agreements
EMCC – ELC151 – Electrical Controls 1
EMCC – ELC171 – Electrical Blueprint Reading
For a complete list of the Program of Studies Agreements, please click here.
State of Maine Helper Electrician License
OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Safety & Health Certificate
Preparation for NCCER Certification Exams
Prerequisite Academic Courses:
- Algebra 1
- Basic Science
- Ability to Read, Comprehend, & Write at a High School Level
Click here to apply online as soon as possible. Please mention this program specifically in the "Tell us why you are interested in United Technologies Center" online form.
This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri from 8:30 am to 1:45 pm.
This course is held at United Technologies Center .
Course ID: ELC