Electrician Schools in Connecticut

Nearly 16,000 positions projected in
New England over
the next 10 years*!

There are nearly 16,000 opportunities projected for electricians in New England over the next 10 years, and onetonline.org – an affiliate of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics – has dubbed the field a Green Increased Demand occupation. This means that environmentally-focused regulations and concerns are likely to increase the employment demand. When you add it all up, the New England electrical industry is a great place to build your future. And Lincoln Tech’s Connecticut electrician schools offer the training you need to make it happen.

Graduates can pursue careers as independent contractors and electricians, or work for residential, commercial or industrial contractors. In Connecticut, Lincoln Tech’s electrician schools – in East Windsor, New Britain, and Shelton – offer expanded programs that stress those “green” renewable energy technologies that define the future of the field. You’ll also build fundamental skills for installing, connecting, servicing and troubleshooting high-voltage technology like cabling and components.

At Lincoln Tech’s electrician school, students receive instruction in:

  • The National Electrical Code
  • Electrical principles
  • Circuitry design and installation
  • Residential services and low-voltage technology
  • Motors and controls
  • Reading blueprints
  • Photovoltaics

Lincoln Tech’s Connecticut electrician schools can give you the training and skills you need to connect to a career at the leading edge of the electrical industry. Find out more about training for this exciting career path - request more information today!

* Career growth projections can be found at careeronestop.org for the years 2016-2026. Ranks reflect comparisons among 48 continental U.S. states. Salary information is based on median salary information collected for the year 2017. Data is current as of September 30, 2018.

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended Lincoln programs can be found at:
www.lincolntech.edu/consumerinfo

Campuses that currently offer training in this program area are listed below, as well as links to exact program informational fact sheets:

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