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Electrical Technology

 

CTE Electrical I - AM

CTE Electrical II - PM

National Center for Construction Education and Research – NCCER Certified Program

Instructor

Keven Vachon

Master Electrician

NCCER Certified

 

873-0102, ext. 268

vachon@mmtc.me

General Overview

Students will gain the knowledge and work experience necessary to enter a two year community college and gain earn credit toward obtaining state electrician’s licensure. Prepare for and gain educational credits to obtain the various steps of state electrical licensing. Students are also eligible for entry level electrical helper’s status and employment upon graduation from high school.

Text

CONTREN Learning Series, Core Curriculum, 3rd Edition

CONTREN Learning Series, Electrical – Level 1

Readability Score: 10th grade

Student Expectations

Electrical Technology I

Goal: To prepare students for entry into the work force as an electrician’s helper

  • Workshop safety and procedures

  • Use of hand and power tools

  • Hands on wiring

  • Basic understanding of hazmat and OSHA requirements

  • Basic shop math skills

  • Basic measuring and cutting skills

  • Successfully demonstrate the use of electrical measuring meters

  • Basic electrical troubleshooting techniques

  • Successfully complete NCCER Core Curriculum

Electrical Technology II

Goal: To prepare students for secondary education, licensing and national recognition of NCCER courses

  • Successfully complete basic course requirements

  • Successfully complete the NCCER level I

  • Understand electrical system design

  • Perform basic project estimation

  • Successfully read and interpret blueprints

  • System installation

  • Journeyman electrician credits

  • Electrical trade techniques

 

 

Student Certification Available

  • Maine Electrical Helper’s License

  • Maine Journeyman 576 Hour Coursework

  • NCCER Core Curriculum

  • NCCER Electrical Level I

  • 45 Hour National Electric Code Certification

  • OSHA 10 Hour Course Certification

Integrated Credit Available

Math

Dual Enrollment Credit Available

Kennebec Valley Community College: five credits ETL 121, Electrical Wiring Practices

Northern Maine Community College: three credits SAE 121 – Industrial Safety