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Electrical Technology
HS and Postsecondary

GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS | A | B | C

Dean:  Mr. Clifford Smith

Instructor of Electrical:  George Crump

Electrical Technology is a new program that develops basic electrical skills, technical knowledge and related occupational information to prepare for initial employment in the electrical trade. Students will begin with the basic fundamentals of electricity and progress through all types of residential, commercial and industrial wiring, including advanced solid state motor controls.

Certificate A
Course Title
Credits
ELET0100 Electrical Safety
1
ELET0101 Electromechanical Systems
3
ELET0104 Electrical Print Reading
3
ELET0105 Workplace Skills
1
ELET0120 Electrical Math
3
ELET0130 Basic Electricity
3
ELET0150 Basic Residential Wiring I
4
ELET0151 Basic Residential Wiring II
4
Total Certificate A
22
 
Certificate B (Must complete Certificate A plus the following)
ELET0110 National Electrical Code I
4
ELET0200 Commercial Wiring
5
ELET0203 Analog Circuits
2
ELET0206 Communication Fundamentals
2
ELET0232 Electrical Circuits, Instruments and Measurements
2
ELET0240 HVAC Systems
2
ELET0245 Troubleshooting Techniques
2
Total Certificate B
19
Total Certificate A plus B
41
 
Certificate C (Must complete Certificate A plus B and the following)
ELET0210 National Electrical Code II
2
ELET0250 Industrial Wiring
3
ELET0253 Motor Controls
3
ELET0255 Programmable Controllers
2
ELET0260 Digital Circuits
2
ELET0265 Generators and Transforms
2
ELET0280 Electrical Internship I
2
Total Credits Certificate C
16
Total Certificate A plus B plus C
57

*See course description for prerequisite.