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Electrical Occupations

Electrical Occupations

Safely install electrical systems in residential and commercial industrial buildings.  Read and understand blueprints.  Wire a variety of receptacles and outlet boxes.  Mount electrical panels.  Study the theory of electricity and learn how to operate and repair electric motors and electro-mechanical controls.

Certifications Offered:  First Aid-CPR, OSHA -10, Aerial Platform Cert., SP2 Safety Training

Expectations of students in the program: 

  • Be a good role model throughout the school
  • Practice safe habits at all times
  • Demonstrate self-discipline
  • Display a positive attitude and give your best effort
  • Be a team player
  • Be able to work independently
  • Be physically fit
  • Use appropriate language

What will I learn? 

Students will master competencies in the electrical occupations curriculum, which will include:

  • Orientation & Safety
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Anchors & Supports
  • Blueprint reading
  • Residential cabling technology
  • Switches & receptacles circuits
  • Fixtures
  • Raceways
  • Wired Devices
  • Testing equipment
  • Electrical service
  • National Electrical Code
  • Green Technology
  • Industrial Motor Control

Potential Career Opportunities:

Electrical Occupations

    Post-Secondary Education:

    There are several programs that can provide you with ways to earn a college degree in less time and for less money.  One way is through SOAR – Students Occupationally and Academically Ready.  These are free college credits earned while at York Tech.  These are called articulated credits and these can save you time and money.  Please click below to see the credits you are eligible to earn through this program.

    Please click here for SOAR Credits


    Uniform:

    Students at York Tech are required to wear a uniform.   Please click below for information regarding your technical uniform.

    Please click here for technical uniform


    Contact the Instructor:
    Mr. Travis Brown  

    Please review the technical video below: