The Industrial Electrician course will emphasize hands on repetition of the standard work processes to maximize learning and insure an extreme high rate of retention. This program will be 24 hours per week in a classroom teaching Industrial Electrical work processes. The length of this program will consist of 24 weeks or approximately 6 months.
The enrollees must meet the following criteria: Have transportation to work and to the training facility, basic math and reading skills and be of working age.
Work processes: Theory, Code, Commercial, Residential and Industrial Wiring, Motor Controls, Advances Motor Controls, Safety (OSHA 10 & CPR/First Aid), Basic Instrumentation and Solar.
Cost per student is $5,800 per student which includes all classroom materials and textbooks. The cost of this program includes only the classroom instruction and hands on lab experiences. Class is 24 weeks, Tuesday through Thursday, eight hours per day from 6:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. for a total of 576 hours. The program is conducted at our Hayward facility.
This program will prepare you for a career in the electrical trade.