•  Electricity Photo

    Length 1,200 Hours
    Admissions Contact Clearwater - Lidija Milisav - milisavl@pcsb.org
    Course Information

    Clearwater (Daytime) - Jason Chormanski - 727-538-7167 ext. 2132

    Clearwater (Afternoon) - John Cavallaro - 727-538-7167 ext. 2132

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    AFTERNOON CLASS - Clearwater Campus

    12:30 - 5:45 p.m., Monday - Friday

    Mission: The Electricity program is the technical class of the future where employers seek student graduates with quality concepts including electrical technical skills, leadership skills, adaptability, and citizenship awareness, adding value to the economy as well as the community.

    Program I460312 consists of a planned sequence of courses.

    Electrician Helper - Course BCV0603 (300 hours) – Content includes basic safety and code, tools, basic circuits, diagramming, and employability skills.

    Residential Electrician - Course BCV0640 (450 hours) – Students are instructed in electrical math, all phases of residential wiring circuits and installation.

    Commercial Electrician - Course BCV0652 (450 hours) – Instruction includes all phases of commercial wiring, circuits, and installation.

    Distance Education: Not available at this time

    Industry Certification(s):     

    • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10 hour Safety Certification
    • Hilti Powder-Actuated Tool Certification
    • NCCER Electrical 1-4

    Apprenticeship: Available – refer to Clearwater Campus Apprenticeship sections

    More information HERE about the electricity trade.

    Minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirement:  70%

    Minimum Attendance Requirement:  70%

    Basic Skills Entrance/Exit Requirements:  Student's competency in reading, math, and language is pre-assessed using the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).  Required basic skills grade levels are: Reading-9, Math-9, and Language-9.

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    Program length and costs are approximate, and subject to change.

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