As America continues to build more, electrical technology goes with it. There is no construction without electrical training, outfitting and maintenance. Qualified electricians are always in demand.
Our Electrician training program provides extensive instruction in the fundamentals of power and wiring and their practical applications. Our electrician courses focus on technical skills used in residential, commercial and industrial wiring, along with specialized areas such as motors and motor control circuits, transformer installations, and service requirements. The program also provides instruction on wiring AV and telecommunications devices.
Graduates of our electrician schools in New Jersey and Pennsylvania may have the opportunity to work as entry-level electrical technicians on new construction projects, restoration sites, or in commercial or industrial maintenance positions.
Find out more about our electrical training courses, schedules and availability by requesting more information today!
If you have the aptitude and passion for electrical theory and application, your ideal job path could be an electrician career.
Electrician duties can support a wide range of diagnostic and repair applications, including:*
- Adhering to state and local building regulations as established by the National Electric Code
- Comprehending and reviewing blueprints and technical diagrams
- Inspecting electrical components such as transformers and circuit breakers
- Much more!
The current average electrician salary is $49,840. Electrician job growth between 2012 and 2022 is projected at a faster-than-average 20 percent. Electricians employed in factories have the most steady job roles.*