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Electricity

Instructor: Stephen Thomas

stephen.thomas@campbell.kyschools.us

 

 

The Electrical Technology program focuses on preparing students for entry-level electrician positions in industry and the building trades.  Electrical Technology provides experiences in layout, assembly, installation, testing, maintenance of electrical circuits, and residential wiring.  Training involves electrical theory and electrical codes current in industry.

 

 

 

The HOMEBUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY supports this program.

 

What about a career in electrical technology?

Persons considering a career in electrical technology should have a strong desire to install, maintain, and repair electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, and to insure that work is in accordance with relevant codes. 

 

Quick Facts: Electricians

2014 Median Pay

     $93,260 per year
     $44.84   per hour

Entry-Level Education

     Bachelor's degree

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

     None

On-the-job Training

     Apprenticeship

Number of Jobs, 2014

     315,900

Job Outlook, 2014-19

     5% to 15% increase in the next 5 years

Employment Change, 2014

     -100

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ENZWEILER APPRENTICE TRAINING PROGRAM supports this program.

 

APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING: The Electrical Technology program offers national certification through NCCER for apprenticeship training.

                            

 

COLLEGE CREDIT:  We are working with Gateway Community College to offer duel credit for students who are wanting to continue their education and to achieve a 2 year degree.  

 

The program and instructor are NCCER certified http://www.nccer.org/