New Electrical Construction Program
Our New electrical construction program is provides an exciting frontier in our technical education curriculum. In the electrical construction program students will learn various wiring methods of residential construction and to do so safety. Wiring techniques that are taught will meet or exceed National Electrical Code (NEC) standards.
Juniors who successfully complete the Electrical
Construction I program move on to the second year of the electrical construction program which includes skills such as metal tube bending and complete 100 amp electrical service. Students also earn experience hours that they can put toward their journeyman licensing requirements.
Students will earn a 10-hour OSHA safety certificate, and will have the opportunity to pursue an ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) at the Silver level. The ACT WorkKeys NCRC helps employers hire and retain a high-performance workforce. Some colleges and universities also award credit for the NCRC.
All in all the electrical construction program at SJVTC is an exciting opportunity where students can obtain the knowledge and skills required to enter the electrical field with confidence.