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Electrical & Industrial Systems

 

It helps to be:

  • Fascinated by electricity and how things work
  • Able to work with small parts

If you are interested in working on complex electrical and industrial equipment...

see your counselor to enroll today!

The Electrical/ Industrial Systems program offers three pathways in the course of study:

  • Electrical Construction Pathway
  • Industrial Maintenance Pathway
  • Power Lineman Pathway

Fees/Costs:
Lab/Shop Fees $15
SkillsUSA $25
TOTAL: $40

 

1st Year Students 2nd Year Students 3rd Year Students
E L E C T R I C A L    C O N S T R U C T I O N    P A T H W A Y
(432501) Electrical Technology 1
(432502) Electrical Technology 2
(432503) Electrical Technology 3
(432505) Commercial Wiring
(432504) Industrial Wiring
(432910) CTE Lab in Architecture and Construction
I N D U S T R I A L   M A I N T E N A N C E   P A T H W A Y
(432501) Electrical Technology 1
(432502) Electrical Technology 2
(432503) Electrical Technology 3
(542521) Industrial Maintenance Mechanical 1
(430054) Motor Control
(432910) CTE Lab in Architecture and Construction
P O W E R   L I N E M A N   P A T H W A Y
(432501) Electrical Technology 1
(432502) Electrical Technology 2
(432503) Electrical Technology 3
(431010) Introduction to Utility Lineman
(432504) Industrial Wiring
(432910) CTE Lab in Architecture and Construction

CREDENTIALING CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES

Our goal is to provide students with the opportunity to build stackable credentials such as OSHA 10 Hour safety cards in Construction and General Industry as they nagivate their programs of study. This will make our students more valuable to potential employers. Electrical Technology offers the following certification opportunity:

  • NCCER Core
  • NCCER Electrical Level 1 - Students earning the Level 1 credential  and entering an apprentice program through an Associated Builders and Contractors member begin as 2nd year apprentices
  • OSHA 10-hour safety cards in Construction and General Industry
  • Construction and Skills Test (CAST) credential

Students may receive ARTICULATED credit through Calhoun Community College after completing quality assurance criteria in this Career Technical program:

  • up to 15 semester hours of credit
  • a short-term certificate in Electrical Technology

Students in this program are eligible to complete the following for DUAL ENROLLMENT credit through Calhoun Community College:

  • 3-6 hours of dual-enrollment credit

Students learn automation with Siemons PLC: