The demand for electricians will be over 20% through 2022. You will be prepared for the commercial and residential need of electricians when you finish at Tech High. In our learning lab, you will have hands-on experiences with wiring, troubleshooting and repair. Enhance your resume by competing in student competitions. In addition to the opportunity to obtain the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) and OSHA certifications, you will also work in the real world by working with Habitat for Humanity and other organizations.
- NCCER Certifications in Construction Technology
- OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety
- AHA American Heart Association CPR
- First Aid
Architecture and Construction Coop Ed (OJT)
Architecture and Construction Directed Study
*School insurance is required for Electricity students.
8727210 - 80
1 to 8
9 - 12
1 Year Each Level
The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as electricians, or electrician helpers. The content includes but is not limited to installation, operation, maintenance and repair of residential electrical systems. This course may be taken in one or more multi-hour blocks of time.
Architecture & Construction Cooperative Education (OJT)
2 Credits per Year
11 - 12
1 - 2 Years
The purpose of this course is to provide occupational training in an employment setting. This course may be taken by a student for one or more semesters. A student may earn up to two Credits per year in this course. The specific student performance standards which the student must achieve to earn Credit must be listed on the OJT training plan.
Architecture & Construction Directed Study
11 - 12
1 - 2 Years
The purpose of this course is to provide students with additional experiences in an Industrial Education course that will enhance their opportunities for employment in the occupation chosen by the student.
Prerequisite: May be taken only after completing specific secondary Industrial Education course.