• Electrical Occupations (Currently Electrical Mechanical Systems)

    PA Department of Labor High Priority Occupation!
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    Students who are passionate about electronics and want their education to include hands-on building, installing and repairing of electrical systems will thrive in this program. Students will be provided with an understanding of safety, the handling of power tools, how to navigate a jobsite and an in-depth understanding of electricity. This program will allow students to navigate the National Electrical Code (NEC) and be well-positioned to pursue careers in the electrical trades.
     
    Sample Career Skills
     
    Beginner:
    • Understand industry safety standards for job sites, tool handling and working with electricity
    • Identify electrical components and proper use
    Intermediate:
    • Understand how to read, interpret and create blueprint drawings
    • Install a variety of electrical circuit interrupters and electrical metallic tubing
    Advanced:
    • Review smart home design, installation and programming
    • Evaluate and determine the electrical demand and consumption of energy needed for a given project or client

     
  • Certifications (6)

    Pennsylvania Skills Certificate
     
    CareerSafe OSHA 10 or 30
     
    Safety and Pollution 2
     
    Solar Photovoltaic Installation

    CPR/First Aid Certificate

    Lockout/Tagout Certification 

     

    College Credits (5) 

    Earn up to 5 college credits.
     
    Click here for more information on opportunities to earn college credit.
     
     
     

    Workplace Opportunities (22)  

    Some notable partners include: IDEAL, Amber Electric, A&D Electric, IBEW and more!
     
     
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