Electrician and Electrical Technician Schools and Training
Electricity has given us the ability to live better lives, both at home and at work. Over the years, we have developed a complicated electrical system to distribute power to homes, businesses, and industry. In order to make this system function well, trained, qualified electricians are needed to make sure that electrical installations are installed correctly, and are performing properly.
Schools with electrician training programs teach students the fundamentals of electrical theory, and the techniques necessary to wire and install electrical service in residential and commercial buildings. They also teach students the principles of electrical motors and controllers.
The following schools offer electrical technician or electrician training programs:
- Provides students the opportunity to train at home in their spare time to get their high school diploma, train for a new career, or enhance current skills.
- Offers programs in psychology/social work, business management, medical billing, criminal justice, and more.
- Member of the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA), the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE), and the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
- Features a fully flexible schedule with no classes to attend, leaving the study pace up to the student.
- Online Courses
• Morning, afternoon, evening and weekend classes are available.
• Offers lifetime career assistance services to graduates, including resume and cover letter assistance, employer networking, and one-on-one employment counseling.
• Accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET).
• 8 campuses located across California, with 3 additional campuses in New Hampshire and Maine and online options.
- Flexible Scheduling
- Financial Aid