Electricity

Electricity

Electricity

The electricity program is designed to prepare students for employment as an electrician's helper and provides the foundation for advancement into journeyman and master electrician training. Job opportunities are available in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.  The training includes assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of electrical equipment used in the field.  This program is competency based and is eligible for articulated college credit.*

Program Mission

The mission of this program is to ensure all learners acquire the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to succeed in the electrical field. 

Program Content

AC & DC Theory
Residential & Commercial Wiring
Motors & Control Circuits
Employability Skills
Blueprint Reading


Industry Certifications and Licenses

National Center for Construction Education and Research for Electricity (NCCER) Level 1 & Core
OSHA
First Aid and CPR

Gainful Employment Information

Electricity Gainful Employment

Central Florida Wage Statistics

Average Entry Wage: $14.41 | Average Wage: $21.62
**Statistics are only a guide and should not be the sole factor in your career decision.

Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity**

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KISSIMMEE

Full Time:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
7:00 am - 2:00 pm

Wednesday
7:00 am -1:00 pm

Cost

Estimated program cost $4,846 in tuition, lab fees, certifications, and other fees.

Instructor(s)

Ben Summers
summersb@osceola.k12.fl.us

Program Number

I460312

Program Requirements

TABE Test
Reading 9, Language 9, Math 9

Program Commitment

1200 Hours

Occupational Completion Points

Electrician Helper - 300 hours
Residential Electrician - 450 hours
Commercial Electrician - 450 hours
*Successful completion of an OCP may qualify a student for employment.

Program Textbooks

 

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