The Advanced Certificate program in Electrical Construction Technology prepares students to become an apprentice under the tutelage of a union electrical contractor. Electricians assemble, install, maintain, and test electrical equipment and wiring systems in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.
Related Degrees and Certificates
|Required Program Core|
|432IBEW 702||Electrical Circuitry||4.5|
|432IBEW 703||Conduit Bending I||3.5|
|432IBEW 704||Construction Technology||4.5|
|432IBEW 705||Print Reading I||3.5|
|432IBEW 706||Conduit Bending II||3.5|
|432IBEW 708||Motor Control Systems||3.5|
|432IBEW 709||Print Reading II||3|
|432IBEW 714||Technical Math I||3|
|432IBEW 715||Technical Math II||3|
|432IBEW 725||Low Voltage Systems||3.5|
This program can prepare students for the jobs listed below. Click on each one to learn more, including average earnings, annual job openings, and how much education people in that field have. For additional guidance and resources on career options, current City Colleges students and alumni can contact the Career Services Office.
Help electricians by performing duties requiring less skill. Duties include using, supplying or holding materials or tools, and cleaning work area and equipment.
Salary Based on Experience Level
Take a look at the average hourly/annual earnings for this career in Cook County
Emsi earnings figures are based on OES data from the BLS and include base rate, cost of living allowances, guaranteed pay, hazardous-duty pay, incentive pay (including commissions and bonuses), on-call pay, and tips.
Annual Job Openings
32 annual openings in Cook County
National Education Attainment
Here, you can see the level of education that people in this career complete.
|Degree Program||% of Jobs|
|A high school diploma or less||79.78%|
|An Associate degree||0.25%|
|A Bachelor's degree||0.00%|
|A Master's or Professional degree||0.00%|
|A Doctoral degree or more||0.00%|
0.00% continue their education beyond an associate degree