Electrician Career Schools
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If you are considering a career as a certified electrician, there are a wide variety of electrician training programs, schools and courses available both offline and online to get you started. See below for a sample listing of these schools and their current programs. Be sure to click on the school or schools that interest you and complete the simple form for free details on start dates and tuition fees.
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- Electrical Technician, Diploma
Fortis Institute can give you the skills you need to train for a career in the healthcare field.
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- EEST (Electrical and Electronic Systems Technician)
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- Electrician Technician (9.5 Month Diploma Program)
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PROGRAM COMPETENCY PROFILE FOR CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION Career Cluster: Architecture and Construction Program Name: Electrician CIP: 460302 Effective 6/2012
ELECTRICAL I COURSE DESCRIPTION
Aptitudes of an electrician. 4.0 Electrical Safety: Demonstrate safe working practices, purpose of OSHA, (AGC), MAVCC, National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), International Brotherhood of 3.2 Describe various career paths/opportunities one might follow in the
Electrician | National Career Education (NCE)
Upon successful completion of this program, Electrician program graduates will be prepared for employment in a variety of entry-level electrician positions. Students
Architecture And Construction Career Cluster Electrical I
Of the hardware and systems used by an electrician. The course incorporates general knowledge of the National Electrical Code and electrical systems Examine how SkillsUSA is a co-curricular part of career and technical education through leadership development, school and community
Career Information: Electrician | Education.com
For students and adults considering a career as an electrician, information on the job, required skills, pay scales and future demand in the field.
Electricity is essential for light, power, air-conditioning, and refrigeration. Electricians install, connect, test, and maintain electrical systems for a variety of purposes, including climate control, security, and communications.
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Electrician Apprenticeship – Welcome | NH Department Of Education
Career & Technical Education Director Career & Technical Education Director. Electrician Apprenticeship Author: Marie Morgan Last modified by: State of New Hampshire Created Date: 7/14/2010 2:27:00 PM Company: NH Department of Education