Residential and Commercial Electricity Evening Program Begins June 24, 2024
Hands-On Training for a Career as an Electrician
Learn to Earn. Learn by Doing. Learn a Trade! At Orleans Technical College, you can earn your Trades Diploma in just 6 or 13 months and take the first step toward an exciting career in Residential and Commercial Electricity. Our career training course is hands-on so that you gain the skills that employers are looking for!
You can enter the field prepared to keep the power going and handle service wiring from the ground up in residential, commercial, and public establishments. Orleans graduates’ employment opportunities range from electrical installers and troubleshooters, to maintenance and electrical assistants.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. A high school diploma or equivalent is required to apply. A driver’s license is recommended to travel for jobs post-graduation.
Orleans Tech’s Residential and Commercial Electricity student will be able to design, install, troubleshoot, replace, upgrade, and maintain electrical equipment in residential and commercial electrical systems per requirements and guidelines mandated by the National Electrical Code. Students are instructed in the identification, care, and proper use of electrical tools and equipment. They learn mathematics for use in the electrical trade. They also study basic theory, electrical control systems, and single-phase and multi-phase electrical motors. Power supplies and power distribution for commercial establishments are taught.
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Graduates of this course are prepared for entry-level employment as electrical installers and troubleshooters, and as maintenance and electrical assistants in residential, commercial, and public establishments.
Residential & Commercial Electricity SOC: 47-2111.00 CIP: 46.0302
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment of electricians is projected to grow 8 percent from 2019 to 2029, faster than the average for all occupations.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Occupational Outlook Handbook,” 2020 Edition.
Students in this program are eligible to receive industry-recognized certification from NOCTI upon successful completion of certification exams. Students will be eligible to earn the OSHA-10 safety certification, which is the construction industry recognized credential. https://www.careersafeonline.com/
Student Right to Know
Title I, Section 103 of The “Student Right‐to‐Know and Campus Security Act” (P.L. 101‐542) requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding to calculate graduation rates of certificate‐ or degree‐seeking, first‐time, full‐time students entering that institution, and to disclose these rates to all students and prospective students.