Program only for post-secondary students and online or homeschooled high school students available to do full-time program.
Control the power.
From homes and offices to factories and everywhere in-between, people depend on electricians to keep the lights on and equipment running.
Salina Tech’s Electrical Technology Program can help you break into this industry by giving you the skills you need to install, maintain and repair even the most complex residential, commercial and industrial electrical systems. From blueprint reading and motor control, to advanced automation and circuits, our graduates leave prepared to pass the Journeyman’s Exam and begin pursuing a rewarding career as a certified electrician in a field of their choice.
After years of real-world work experience, many electricians go on to start their own electrical business, where they earn a great living working for homeowners, industrial facilities, telecommunications companies and construction firms, among many others.
$30,000 – $40,000
What You Will Learn
Demonstrate employability skills.
Demonstrate competency in residential, commercial, and industrial installation and maintenance.
Use appropriate electrical terminology.
Interpret blueprints, diagrams, and schematics.
Locate and comprehend the appropriate electrical code(s) for the objective to be accomplished safely.
Mr. Rose got his start in the electrical field while living at home. Starting around the age of 10 helping his dad with things on jobs and continued to work with his dad through high school. He started college to become an Aeronautical Engineer but ended up taking over the family business when his father retired. Mr. Rose still owns and operates his own electrical business today, he has over 60 years experience and joined the Salina Tech Electrical Technology program in 2019.
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