The Electrical Technology program provides leading edge technical training, which will prepare students for career opportunities in the electrical industry.
The curriculum offers technical training to acquire knowledge and skills related to the design and installation of electrical equipment, materials, devices and lighting fixtures for the Construction Technology Program. Hands on laboratory experiments will offer the necessary experience for safe use and operation of electrical hand and power tools. Technical training includes the study and implementation of alternate energy sources and electrical codes and standards. The program offers basic concepts and principals of electricity, magnetic circuits, programming programmable logical controllers, blueprint reading, as well as interpretation of the related residential, commercial and industrial electrical code(s) and standards. Students will be instructed with state of the art technology along with test and measurement instruments including industrial solid state device and measurement instruments including solid state device and controls, digital and analog devices, and switching logical circuits.
All students will test for the Vermont Apprenticeship I Certification.