This two-year program focuses on service, rough-in and finish wiring of a single family home as well as renovations of existing homes. After successfully completing this program 576 hours of the schooling needed to become a journeyman electrician will be met. First year students start with safety basics and tools of the trade designed to give students entry-level skills.They use mock-ups to experience the typical wiring of today's modern home including understanding blueprints and schematics. All wiring meets or exceeds National Electrical Code Standards.
Second year students will work with bending EMT (electrical metal tubing), metal clad cable and other raceways. Students will construct Service Entrance and Electrical panels. Students must have helper license and will be working on live projects in the community. Graduates of the program will have most of their classroom hours (576) credited toward the journeyman license.