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Grades: 11-12
Length: 1 or 2 years
Credit: .5 Technical English, 1.0 Math, 1.0 Science, .5 Occupational Elective
Prerequisite: None
Location: Tri-Tech Skills Center

Description: Electricity, often taken for granted, is what makes our modern world function.  Trained electricians make that world work and are in extremely high demand.  If you want to learn in an application-based environment, this program may be just for you.  In this program you will:


  • Learn about residential and commercial electrical codes
  • Learn about wiring and motor controls
  • Learn electrical theory and blueprint reading

Career opportunities:

  • Apprentice to Journeyman
  • Electrical Engineer
  • High Voltage Lineman
  • Power Plant operations

Certification opportunities:

  • OSHA 10
  • Forklift Operator
  • First Aid /CPR

College credits: 3 credits

Year-long course must be completed to be eligible for the Technical English, Math, or Science credit.



Instructional Staff

Ryan Coe
Pre-Electrical Instructor

(509) 222-5077

Ken Kessie
Pre-Electrical Instructional Assistant

(509) 222-5260

Kevin Lambert
Pre-Electrical Instructor