Electrical and Industrial Maintenance

A two-year program for students interested in careers that focus on electrical systems, principles, and theories. Students will learn how to use basic tools, and test equipment to construct, troubleshoot, and maintain standard electronic circuits and systems.

The curriculum is presented through classroom instruction, computer-based learning, hands-on related activities, labs and construction sites.

Curriculum includes enrichment activities such as field trips and hands-on electrical application.

All students are given the opportunity to participate in a Work-based Learning experience, which exposes them to the operation of a business and specific job duties related to careers in their CTE area.

Curriculum includes:

  • Safety and Health Regulations – basic understanding of safety standards, governmental and industry regulations, and individual responsibilities
  • Architecture, Construction and Manufacturing – core knowledge and skills in the areas of design, preconstructions, construction, maintenance, and installation and repair
  • NCCER Electrical Technologies 1 – fundamental knowledge and skills emphasizing use of hand tolls, power tools, and electrical theory
  • NCCER Electrical Technologies 2 – fundamental knowledge and skills in basic wiring, understanding circuitry, performing basic wiring patterns
  • NCCER Electrical Technologies 3 – focused application of skills learned in 1 & 2

Certifications & Endorsements

  • OSHA – 10
  • Arc Flash
  • NCCER Level 1 credentialing

Students completing the program successfully qualify to work as:

  • Helper – Electrician

Employment opportunities requiring further education:

  • Journeymen electrical installers with heavy industry
  • Utilities and commercial contractors
  • Industrial maintenance or electricians
  • Commercial electricians
  • Residential construction and wiring