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Career opportunities in electricity are diverse and plentiful. Continued community growth, demand for housing, and industrial space is at its highest level, and trends are projected to continue for years to come. The need for well groomed, qualified personnel at all levels is ever increasing. Students receive training and experience in THCTT’s program in a state-of-the-art facility with attention to the student’s development of specific skills in electricity and workplace readiness. For more information, please contact Raymond Rice.

Who Should Apply?

Our courses are perfect for students looking for a practical skill with the potential to earn great dividends. Electricians need both practical skills and a scientific understanding of IT and math. Our curriculum aligns with state and national certification standards and gives students the opportunity to earn a nationally-recognized certification. In addition, we instill “workplace readiness skills” in every student to prepare them to enter an electrical apprenticeship program and eventually find a position in/as:

  • Contractor
  • Electrician
  • Journeyman
  • Planning and review
  • Architect surveyor
  • Electrical engineer
  • Retail sales
  • Code inspector
  • Instructor


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Students will attend a three-block session every other day and earn three credits. All students are instructed in accordance with NCCT guidelines or classroom theory and hands-on lab activities.

Starting in the 2024–2025 school year, students will complete both Electricity I and Electricity II in one school year.

Electricity I/Electricity II

In this one year program, students will specialize in all aspects of electricity including: electrical theory; interpreting, drawing, and wiring series and parallel circuits; installing conductors, conduit, raceways, and switchboards; learning how to read and utilize the NEC code book; understanding and utilizing electrical specific tools and materials; and effective communication on a construction site. Students will be instructed utilizing the NCCER Apprenticeship post-secondary education curriculum. If a student passes all assessments within the Core and Electricity modules, they will complete one year of the NCCER post-secondary apprenticeship education program and earn one high school industry credential. Students will also be provided with the opportunity to obtain CPR/First Aid and OSHA 10 certification. Students may have the opportunity to take part in a work-based learning experience during their senior year, after completion of this program. At the completion of the program, students will be prepared to enter electrical apprenticeships and/or other careers in the electrical field.

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