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- Teaches students electrical wiring, conduit bending, and PLCs (programmable logic controllers)
- Provides students with on-site electrical experience through wiring mock stations simulating real life experiences
- Program covers residential, commercial, and industrial electrician training
Electrician Technician Training Program
The Electrician Training Program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training that they need to begin a rewarding career as an electrician. The program teaches students how to install, maintain, and repair electrical systems in residential and commercial applications.
The great thing about the program is that it can be completed, and students can earn their diploma in as few as 10 months, placing them on the fast track to becoming entry-level electrician technicians.
Students are taught electrical wiring by working on skill-building stations in on-site labs at UEI College. Upon graduation from the program, students should be able to install wiring in new buildings and maintain and repair existing electrical systems in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
The program is hybrid, meaning it combines both online learning and in-classroom and lab training, making it easier than ever before for students to graduate from the program.
So, if you’re interested in becoming an electrician technician, consider enrolling in UEI’s Electrician Technician program; the program can be completed and a diploma earned in less than a year, providing you with the skills and hands-on training that you need to become an entry-level electrician technician.
Electrician Technician Career Outcomes
Graduates of the Electrician Technician Program enter the candidate pool equipped with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training that employers are looking for when seeking to hire electrician technicians. The skills you will pick up from this program will turn your passion for working with your hands into a career where you can make peoples’ lives easier and more convenient.
At UEI College, our goal is to ensure that you’re prepared and confident with your new skillset upon completion and graduation from the program.
Our Career Services Department is ready to answer any questions that you may have as well as to help you with your job search by providing you with services, such as resume preparation, mock interviews, and continuous job assistance.
In this field, you may qualify to work for the following upon graduating from the program:
- Security and Fire Alarm Installer
About This Program
UEI’s Electrician Training Program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training that prepares them to become entry-level electricians.
As UEI Students train to become electrical technicians, they will be trained on installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems used to power modern homes and commercial buildings, making peoples’ lives easier and more convenient.
The great thing about the program is that it’s hybrid, meaning students have a more flexible schedule since the program combines both online learning with on-site classes and labs. Typically, you will spend two days on campus, practicing the hands-on skills you’ve learned using real equipment. Hands-on labs help prepare students for the types of electrical components and tools they will use in the real world.
If you’re interested in becoming an electrician technician, consider enrolling in UEI’s Electrician Technician Training Program. Completing and graduating from the program takes less than a year, placing you on the fast track to becoming an entry-level electrician technician.
Skills You Will Learn
The program is designed to provide students with a foundation for installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
The program starts out by introducing students to basic safety precautions that electricians must take in construction and work sites. The program then proceeds to instruct students on electrical theory, covering the fundamentals of energy, transformers, capacitors, and power generation.
The program also covers flexible conduits and flexible cable assemblies, and NEC code requirements. Furthermore, the electrician course covers residential and commercial applications, introducing students to load calculations, lighting outlets, grounding, bonding, and three-phase electrical distribution systems.
The classes also include instruction on low voltage applications, motors, programmable logic controllers, and the fundamentals of solar panels.
If a career as an electrician sounds interesting to you, consider enrolling in UEI’s Electrician Technician Trade School. Our program can be completed, and you can graduate in as few as 10 months, placing you on the fast track to becoming an entry-level electrician. Contact us, and one of our admissions team members will reach out to you and provide you with everything you need to know on how to enroll in the program.
Introduction to Electrical Theory
Flexible Cables/Conduit Bending and Raceways
Low Voltage Applications
Motor and Industrial Motor Controls
Programmable Logic Controls
Solar Electric Applications