• Electrical

    Electrical technology is a sequential pathway in which students will experience multiple aspects in a vast and diverse sector of the construction industry. Using the most up to date tools and equipment, students will learn modern residential and commercial electric. Students will learn skills such as device wiring, conduit bending, telecom equipment installation, service installation, green energy, and blueprint reading. Upon completing this pathway, students will be well prepared for post-secondary opportunities, including apprenticeship programs, college, or the workplace.

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    Career Opportunities 
    Chief Electrician, Control Electrician, Electrician, Industrial Electrician, Inside Wireman, Journeyman Electrician, Journeyman Wireman, Maintenance Electrician, Mechanical Trades Specialist, Electrician, Qualified Craft Worker, Electrician (QCW, Electrician)
     
    Post-Secondary Education Opportunities
    Alfred State 
     
    Articulation Agreement
    School Credit Hours Course Name Course #
    Alfred State Six (6) Residential Lab 1A
     
    Program of Study
    9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
    CTE Foundations - Construction Intro. to Construction and Design Electric I Electric II