Electrical Occupations

The Electrical Occupations Program prepares students for careers in the electrical field in the areas of residential, light commercial, and light industrial, or for continuing education at a post-secondary institution.  Areas of instruction include use of hand and power tools, basic electron theory, blueprint reading, motor control circuits, tool and electrical safety, using the national electrical code, conduit bending and introduction to programmable logic controls.

Topics Covered:

  • Basic Electron Theory
  • Residential Wiring
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Motor Control Circuits
  • Tool and Electrical Safety
  • Commercial Wiring
  • National Electric Code
  • Conduit Bending
  • Reading Schematics

Career Opportunities:

  • Apprentice Electrician
  • Electrical Contractor
  • Electrical Equipment Sales
  • Electrical Equipment Technician
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Electronic Engineer

Salary Information:

Salary range varies from an hourly entry level rate up to $60 an hour with experience. Job opportunity and placement is good due to retirement and the development of more electrical equipment.

Mr. Jack Rumfola


$6,600.00 – Includes books, CAT 5, CTECH-Copperbased Network Cabling, NOCTI & OSHA Certification
Estimated expenses not included in tuition:
Criminal Record Check – $22.00
Child Abuse Clearance – $8.00
Federal Criminal History Record-$22.60
Academic Year:  9 months/900 hours
Start Date: August 2019
Schedule:  Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-2:30 pm

Books Included in tuition:

ISBN 9781337101837
Electrical Wiring Residential
19th Edition
Ray C. Mullin and Phil Simmons

Book 2:
ISBN 9781455912797
National Electrical Code 2017
Published by NFPA National Fire Protection Association, 2016