This hybrid training covers essential skills and competencies required for an individual to embark upon a sustainable career in the electrical field. The electrical industry is in higher demand now more than ever.
The ideal Electrician Level 1 participant excels in problem-solving and critical thinking and desires to work with your hands. Electricians at this certification level inspect, repair, install and maintain electrical systems, machinery, and equipment while ensuring all work performed meets required safety codes and is properly inspected. The specialized curriculum allows graduates to secure a position as an Electrician Level 1 with a comfortable salary range between $40,000-$50,000 annually depending on experience and location.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will earn their industry-recognized, NCCER Electrician Level 1 Credential as well as their NCCER Core Construction certification (Curricula from the National Center of Construction Education and Research.)
You can also earn an OSHA 10 credential, which is a nationally accredited credential on construction safety widely accepted and required by Construction employers.
This course is six (6) weeks long as follows:
- Job Readiness Training: 1 week, M-F 9am-12pm, virtual/online
- NCCER CORE Construction: 2 weeks, M-F 9am-4pm, hybrid class (some online, some in-person)
- NCCER Electrical Level 1: 3 weeks, M-F 9am-4pm, hybrid class (some online, some in-person)
Occupational overview of the electrical industry
Safety for electricians
Basic Electrical Construction Documents
Wireways, raceways, and fittings
Conductors and cables
Electrical test equipment
Have access to reliable internet connection
Be legally authorized to work in the U.S.
Possess basic computer skills
Must be 18 or older
No sex offenses on criminal background check
Must be able to pass a drug test
Self-certification may be required for unemployed applicants
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