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Electrical Systems Technology

Electrical Systems Technology

Course Overview

The Electrical Systems Technology course is a comprehensive and hands-on program for anyone interested in becoming an electrician. Students get to work with industry-standard equipment and tackle real-life projects to prepare them for the workforce.

Learning about job-site safety, National Electrical Code requirements, and blueprint reading is crucial for any electrician to ensure the safety and efficiency of their work. This program covers a wide range of skills, from residential wiring to industrial motor control systems and solar panel installation, which will provide students with a diverse set of career opportunities.

Overall, it is a well-designed program that can equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the electrical industry.

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Nick Zurcher

Nick Zurcher

Electrical Systems Technology Instructor
James Minor

James Minor

Electrical Systems Technology Instructor

Career Paths

  • Construction Electrician
  • Electrical Estimator
  • Project Management
  • Security Installers
  • Fire Alarm Systems Installers
  • Green Technology Technician
  • Electrical Power-Line Installer


  • OSHA-10
  • SP/2 Construction
  • American Ladder Institute
  • Aerial Lift Certification

Courses of Study

Electrical Safety, Tools & Test Equipment, Fundamentals of Electricity, Residential & Commercial Wiring, Electronic Components & Circuits, Rotating Equipment, Electronic Control & Devices, Programmable Controllers, Transformers/Pneumatic Systems, Estimating & Project Management

College Credits

Students in this program are offered Articulation Agreements based on completion of the program. Learn More