Class is an 11 month program beginning in July and running through the following June.
-Applications are accepted from October of the preceding year and students will be interviewed by the instructor in March at the Adult Education Open House.
-Following the interview, the instructor will contact the prospective student regarding their admittance to the class.
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 2:30pm.
208 days of instruction; 1,350 hours total
This is a full day, 11 month program for adults. The program is designed to allow students to learn and practice all of the skills required to begin an electrical career and to pass the electrical Journeyman's test. Upon completion of the course the students will have met the Fire Marshall's Office requirements for eligibility to take the Journeyman's test and will have obtained enough knowledge and experience to begin an electrical career at the entry level. (The Journeyman's test is usually given at Ben Franklin on the last day of class.) Students also earn an OSHA 10 certificate.
The topics covered in the course are as follows:
Basic DC Theory
Basic AC Theory
Ohm's Law Calculations
Motor Circuits and Control
National Electrical Code
Variable Frequency Drives
- Contract Electrician
- Residential Electrician
- Industrial Electrician
- Basic knowledge to become Mining Electrician
- PLC technician
- High School diploma; GED certificate; TASC completion certificate
- Ben Franklin Career Center Application
- FAFSA completion (List Ben Franklin School Code 013732 in the schools to be notified)
- TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) -Test given at Ben Franklin
- Interview with instructor of chosen program
- Driver's License /ID
- Drug Screen
- Strong basic math background
Electrical Interview Request: click here
1350 Clock Hours, beginning in July of each year.
Parking Permit (if necessary)
Drug testing fee and background test
(Subject to change)