Electrical Technician Online Certification Program | Electrical Technician Online Certification Program | TJC

Electrical Technician Online Certification Program

The Electrical Technician program from TJC combines an introduction to building trades and technology with in-depth, comprehensive instruction in electrical skills. This program focuses on broad, transferable skills, including an understanding of the electrical trade, the National Electrical Code®, and more to prepare for entry-level careers in this growing field. To enroll today, click here: Enroll Today.

The Electrical Technician Profession

Electrical technicians assemble, install, test, maintain and repair electrical wiring and equipment. They work in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, research, and electronics, using their knowledge of blueprint reading to work on electrical systems. Electrical technicians may work in the construction, maintenance, and manufacturing industries and are responsible for installing, repairing, and maintaining electrical systems and equipment. Electricians must understand state and local building codes like the National Electric Code and be able to read technical diagrams. 

Quick Facts

  • Tuition: $2,299.00
  • Register: Enroll Now
  • Contact: Call 888-574-6218

Educational Requirements

  • Students should have or be pursuing a high school diploma or GED
  • National certification is available for students who complete this course including OSHA 10-hour Certification
  • State approval and/or state requirements associated with this program vary by state.

Detailed Course Topics Covered

  • Describe the building trades and technology industry and associated career paths 
  • Identify the professional skills required for success and career advancement in the industry 
  • Complete basic measuring tasks and math calculations required in the building trades workplace 
  • Explain the safety procedures and equipment commonly used in the building trades workplace 
  • Explain the proper use, care, maintenance, and safety considerations for using common hand tools 
  • Explain the proper use, care, maintenance, and safety considerations for using common power tools 
  • Identify common rigging equipment and procedures used on a construction site 
  • Read common construction drawings and plans 
  • Identify various sectors and trade career options in the electrical industry 
  • Identify the electrician apprenticeship/training requirements and responsibilities 
  • Apply electrical safety practices and personal protective equipment 
  • Apply electrical and circuit theory, measurement, and knowledge of schematic diagrams to electrical tasks 
  • Accurately check for continuity 
  • Using the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) information properly 
  • Apply knowledge of electrical boxes and mounting procedures to electrical tasks 
  • Properly bend, cut, ream, and thread conduit 
  • Properly select and install various types of raceways and fittings 
  • Properly build a low voltage and coax cable 
  • Properly select and install conductors 
  • Accurately interpret electrical drawings, lighting plans, power riser diagrams, equipment schedules, and specifications 
  • Complete electrical system planning and installation in residential and commercial dwellings 
  • Properly use various types of electrical test equipment

Each Course Includes:

  • 24/7 instructor support and course mentoring 
  • Student and instructor collaboration 
  • Engaging labs, student exercises, course videos and animated simulations 
  • Student pre and post-assessments and online performance tracking 
  • National and state certification opportunities 
  • A secure Student Portal which includes: career guidance, resume writing and other career resources 

How to Enroll

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To learn more about this program, contact us here or call 888-574-6218