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Paul Chandler

John Whyte


The Electrical program provides students with training in all areas of electrical equipment installation for light, heat, power, data, and telecommunications in commercial, industrial, and residential buildings in accordance with applicable electrical codes. Instruction involves shop simulations, laboratory experiments, new installations, and maintenance.


Areas of instruction include residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, using the common wiring methods, motor-generator construction, design, repair, and operation, mechanical and electronic controls, test equipment, and safe testing procedures.


The industrial-type work area includes equipment for instruction in electromechanical systems, electrical maintenance, industrial electronic circuits, robotics, and equipment repair.

Industry Recognized Credential 

  • OSHA 30

  • 320 theory hours for the journeyman license

  • 1675 work-related
    hours for journeyman license

  • Ram Set Tool Certification

  • Hilti Tool Certification.


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