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    Classes

    Anticipated Start Date
    Spring 2025

    Application Window
    December 1, 2024-March 1, 2025 

    Meeting Times
    Monday - Friday 8AM - 2PM 

    Cost
    $5,500

    ***** ESTIMATE ONLY - ALL PRICES  & DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE *****

     Course Info

    Length
    14 Months (1200 Clock Hours)

    Schedule
    Monday 8 am-1 pm; Tuesday-Friday 8 am-2 pm 
    (Summer hours ) Monday- Thursday 8 am - 2:45 pm 

    2023-2024 Curriculum Frameworks

    Program Description
    The Electricity program provides students with a broad scope of skills found in the residential, commercial, and industrial areas of the electrical trade. The work in the shop closely simulates the job conditions of the electrician.

    The program is primarily hands-on and supplemented by daily lectures. Students utilize energized circuits while learning to install, maintain, and troubleshoot electrical systems. Coursework includes cable and conduit installation, motors and motor controls, national electrical code, transformers, theory, and solid-state applications. 

    Employment/Career Opportunities
    Graduates are qualified for entry-level positions in a variety of areas within the electrical industry, including construction, manufacturing, commercial building maintenance, and service. Graduates may also enter one of the approved programs in the Tampa Bay area, which will provide structures progress to the journeyman level.

    Note: A history of felony convictions, substance abuse, or a poor driving record may adversely affect your ability to gain employment in this field. We encourage you to consider your personal history when making appropriate career choices.

    Salaries
    Salaries for graduates range from $13.01-$21.22 per hour.
    Source:  Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics


    How can I learn more about this career field?

    Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics and Occupational Outlook Handbook

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