Students learn safety measures, basic hand tools, work ethic, basic types of wiring utilized in the electrical trade, basic electrical principles, (voltage, power, current & resistance), AC & DC (Alternating & Direct Current) principles and skills such as series and parallels circuitry and basic residential wiring principles utilizing the National Electrical Code.


    Students learn advanced AC & DC (Alternating & Direct Current) principles utilizing oscilloscopes, basic semiconductors (Diodes, transistors, SCRs Triacs), conduit bending, advanced residential wiring such as installing electrical services for homes and businesses and an introduction to motors, motor controls, and computers.

    Students continue to build on Level II topics which will include: advanced computer skills utilizing PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers), advanced motor control and troubleshooting techniques, advanced semiconductor and troubleshooting skills. The student will have the opportunity to participate in a co-op experience.