• Basic Electrical - 2 semesters

    The Electrical Pre-Apprentice program provides graduates with the technical background and the manual skills necessary for careers in the installation and maintenance of modern electrical systems, electrical equipment, and electrical controls. Graduates are critical thinkers and are able to troubleshoot problems in residential, commercial, or industrial electrical environments. The program provides students with the ability to communicate effectively using standard methods of communication. Students are exposed to a learning environment that is safe and supportive of student growth and achievement.  The Basic Electrical program strives to fully prepare students for a variety of electrical occupations and to enter a pre-apprenticeship program.


    Electrical, Level 1 National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)  -- Students need to pass written exams for all course modules with a score of 70% or better.  Some modules require pass/fail performance demonstrations of specific skills.