Electrician Technology Helper

What We Offer

Start Date

January 15, 2024

Duration

457 Hours — 13 Months

Available Classes

🇬🇧    English
🇪🇸    Spanish

The objective of Electrician Technology Helper Program is to prepare students for employment or advanced training in a variety of electrician related industries. The content includes but is not limited to planning and installing electrical wiring, equipment, or fixtures based on job specifications and local codes.

The Electrician Technology Helper program prepares individuals with the knowledge and skills needed for employment in the residential electrical trade. The curriculum offers a basic framework of electrical theory and code and provides the hands-on skills needed to install, service and maintain electrical equipment in residential settings. Class includes instruction on electrical safety, trade tools, electrical theory, blueprint reading, common residential wiring installations, wiring alterations and additions to existing structures, troubleshooting, and repairing residential service, and determining circuit load calculation. Students should be aware that employment after this training is limited to working for a licensed electrician.

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Who is our Electrician course intended for?

Aspiring Electricians:

This course caters to individuals who are eager to secure an entry-level role in the electrician sector. Opportunities abound across diverse electrician specializations, ranging from installation and maintenance to service and repair. These positions necessitate a foundational grasp of electrical systems and other trades interconnected with electrician technology. If you’re ready to embark on a journey into the electrician field, this course equips you with the essential knowledge and skills demanded by the industry.

Career-Driven Professionals in Florida:

For professionals already immersed in Florida’s workforce, an interest in enhancing their technical aptitude beckons. The state offers a plethora of avenues for acquiring certifications and pursuing advanced degrees in electrician technology. These specialized programs delve deeper into the intricate principles and practices that underpin the electrician realm. By enrolling in this course, you seize the chance to amplify your expertise and open doors to more intricate and challenging roles within the industry.

Graduates Launching into Electrician Careers:

High school and college graduates poised to chart a trajectory within electrician technology confront a diverse spectrum of educational pathways. Vocational and technical programs proffer immersive, hands-on training across various electrical systems. Alternatively, for those nurturing ambitions of a higher echelon in the field, engineering programs at the university level present an opportunity to cultivate an in depth comprehension of electrical theory and design. Through this course, you’re empowered to make informed decisions about the academic journey that best aligns with your aspirations in the world of electrical technology.

Embark on your journey to success.

A thriving career path in Florida’s Electrician Industry

The Electrical Technology Helper program prepares individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the residential electrical trade.

The curriculum for the electrical helper certification consists of 457 theory and practical hours in which you can acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the electrical and residential trade.

In addition, it provides a basic framework of electrical theory, health, safety, environmental management, and regulatory compliance. It also provides the practical skills necessary to install, service and maintain electrical equipment in residential settings.

You will also learn the requirements for electrician licensing, tools to enhance your employability and how to develop an entrepreneurial spirit.

What you’ll gain from the Electrician Technology Helper Program

Mastering essential skills

Embarking on the journey through our program, you’ll be equipped with a comprehensive skill set essential for excelling in the electrical industry. Through a carefully structured curriculum spanning 457 hours, you’ll engage with both theoretical foundations and practical applications, ensuring a holistic understanding of electrical systems.

Your path to a promising electrician career

Upon successful completion of the program and the certification exam, you’ll be poised to embark on a promising journey as a certified electrician technician. Armed with a skill set honed through a comprehensive curriculum, you’ll be well-prepared to contribute meaningfully to the industry. This certification serves as your ticket to a world of employment opportunities and a testament to your commitment to excellence.

Syllabus

E1801

Health, safety and environmental stewardship and related regulatory compliance.

E1802

Identify, use, and maintain the tools and accessories used in the electrical industry.

E1803

Basic Direct-Current (DC) electrical-circuit skills.

E1804

Basic mathematics skills for electricity.

E1805

Basic theory of electricity.

E1806

Read and interpret basic electric codes.

E1807

Advanced mathematics skills for electricity.

E1808

Advanced theory of electricity.

E1809

Science knowledge and skills related to electrical principles.

E1810

Proficiency in electrical math problems and skills.

E1811

Alternating-Current (AC) circuit skills.

E1812

Employability and entrepreneurship skills.

E1813

Install residential wiring.

E1814

Install residential wiring systems.