This challenging, high-demand career path will introduce you to residential, commercial, data/com wiring methods and alternative energy generation such as solar and wind power. Academic instruction will include the nationally recognized NCCER Electrical curriculum, National Electrical Code, Ohm’s Law, AC/DC theory, and Blueprint reading skills. Lab training will include actual electrical wiring installation methods that are performed in the residential and commercial fields. On-site commercial projects and off-site house wiring projects will provide students with the opportunity to apply their knowledge and build their skills in real-world settings.
An introduction to category 5 and 6 cable and fire alarm and security systems will offer students further learning opportunities. With study and practice, students can obtain their Maine State Helpers License which will give them a head start should they decide to pursue Journeyman and Masters Electrician Licenses in the future. The ability to comprehend theory, read technical texts, master math concepts, and diligently attend to detail are essential skills and dispositions for success in this field.
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|Electrical NCCER Level 1 Module 8||NCCER|