Electricians install, maintain, and repair electrical power, communications, lighting, and control systems in homes, businesses, and factories.
Effective February 7, 2020, ALL hours for Work Experience and for Classroom Training will have a 20 year expiration. This will be calculated from when the applicant first commenced their schooling. The 6-9 year rule is now replaced with this new language.
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(much faster than average)
Number of jobs, 2019
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Electricians
If you are signing up for the class to advance in a segment of Electrical Study that is not related to obtaining your Electricians License, it is important to understand that each module is geared toward an individual obtaining the license. The class is not a substitution for college courses in Electrical Theory.
Participating in the class requires a commitment, attendance and punctuality matter as evidenced by the Written Agreement with the state. Classes are offered in English.
Becoming an electrician opens so many opportunities and specialty paths that lead to a life-long rewarding career. Positions and opportunities range from being part of a Business at a trade level through to middle Management, Engineering roles or owning and running your own business.
What’s more, within the electrical industry many electricians select a specialty that they focus on whether it is Building and Construction, Green Energy/Solar, Automation, Manufacturing, Electrical Instructor, Mining, Energy or Water supply industries, Substation and Electrical Inspector.
The electrical industry is always changing with new technologies, so if you’re looking for a career that is flexible and challenging, being an electrician is a life-long rewarding career.
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