Electrician Training Program
East Windsor, CT
East Windsor, CT
Connecticut by 20281
Our East Windsor campus offers electrician training in full-time day or afternoon classes, which can be completed in 52 weeks. Graduates of our Connecticut electrician curriculum can enter the electrical industry well-trained at the apprentice level. Successful completion of the electrician program also satisfies the State of Connecticut’s mandated 720 hours of classroom instruction.
The Electrician Training program is comprised of 24 courses totaling 1,200 hours of detailed instruction. Your education begins with 3 courses: basic math and two electrical theory units. Following this are the 21 additional courses described below, that are carefully timed and structured to build on and maximize your growing knowledge base. The completion of all courses will qualify you to become an electrician’s apprentice. Each 36-hour course is accompanied by 14 hours of hands-on lab work under the watchful eye of an instructor who is an experienced electrician.
Electrician Training Program Highlights
The demand for skilled electricians continues unabated. The courses in this program provide the optimal curriculum to prepare the student for a career as an Electrician:
- Applied Math
- Electrical Theory (2 courses)
- Electrical Code (4 courses)
- Blueprint Reading
- Telecommunications & Cable Installation (2 courses)
- OSHA 30 Safety Standards
- Power Distribution & Load Calculations
- Residential Wiring & Commercial Wiring (2 courses)
- Semi-Conductor Applications
- Programmatic Logic Controllers
- Photovoltaics (2 courses)
- Industrial Motor Control
- Motor & Generator Theory
- Alarm, Fire Access & CCTV Systems
As a graduate of the electrical training program at the East Windsor campus, you will have completed the state-required classroom training needed to earn your electrician’s license. Your next step will be entering the field as an Electrician Apprentice, and our Career Services team will be there to help you find those opportunities. Our partnership with Johnson Controls, a leader in the industry, can also provide opportunities for qualified students after graduation.
Get started on new career opportunities - put your potential to work with electrical training at Lincoln Tech’s East Windsor campus.
1 National Center for O*NET Development. Connecticut Employment Trends: 47-2111.00 - Electricians. O*NET OnLine. Retrieved December 8, 2021, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/47-2111.00?st=CT&g=Go