Available Courses:

Residential / Commercial Electrician's Assistant v.3

Course ID: AC0030092

Students receive instruction and guided practice to develop the necessary skills for entry-level employment in the Electrical Trades Industry. These skills include the identification, usage, and care of equipment as well as tools and meters associated with the electrical field. Students work with planning, layout, and installation of electrical circuits that conform to local and national code requirements, for both residential and commerical installations. Other areas of focus include: proper safety techniques, advanced electrical theory, and the National Electric Code. Successful completion of this program prepares students for an interesting and challenging career in the field of Electrical Trades. Students also receive up to one thousand and fifty (1,050) hours toward the required eight thousand (8,000) hours for application to take the Journeyman Electrician Examination.

Course Name Hours
General Construction Safety and First Aid 30
Electrical Safety in Construction 15
Electrical Theory in Construction 120
Construction Math 15
Electrical Schematic and Blueprint Reading 45
Electrical Power, Hand Tools, and Equipment 30
Direct Current Circuits 60
Alternating Current Circuits 90
National Electrical Code 120
Residential Wiring Methods I v.2 120
Residential Wiring Methods II 120
Commercial Wiring Methods 120
Motor Theory and Operation 30
Motor Control Wiring 30
Programmable Logic Controllers 90
Workforce Staging 30
Total 1,065
Fees (Adults Only)
Full-Time Tuition $930 / semester
Half-Time Tuition $465 / semester
Total Est. Tuition Cost $2,325
Financial Aid
Pell Grant / OTAG, Tribal Assistance

Electrical Assistant - Entry Level v.2

Course ID: AC0030041

This career major will prepare the student to enter the electrical occupation as an electrical parts handler, assistant, or laborer. An Electrical Assistant - Entry Level student will learn electrical safety, blueprint reading, hand and power tool safety, electrical theory, materials identification, and will be introduced to the National Electric Code. This career major is for high school students only.

Course Name Hours
General Construction Safety and First Aid 30
Electrical Safety in Construction 15
Electrical Theory in Construction 120
Construction Math 15
Electrical Schematic and Blueprint Reading 45
Electrical Power, Hand Tools, and Equipment 30
Direct Current Circuits in Construction 60
Residential Wiring Methods I v.2 120
Workforce Staging 30
Total 465
Juniors and Seniors Only
Financial Aid
N/A

INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION
Carl Castle
390-5358 ext. 353
ccastle@eoctech.edu