The Electrical Construction and Maintenance Technology program prepares students as entry-level technicians for the operation, inspection, installation, calibration, repair, maintenance and safety of residential and commercial electrical equipment.
Graduates work as residential and commercial electricians, industrial engineering technicians in production environments. Graduates will also be prepared as quality assurance technicians, linemen or technicians for the power industry. Typical employers in the electrical field are telecommunications companies, utilities, Union and Non-union electrical companies and manufacturing companies.
It is not required to tell the instructor if you are pregnant but it is highly recommended because of the lifting and other requirements of the program that may jeopardize the health of the mother and fetus.
Mr. Frank Mickavicz, Instructor
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