The Basic 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.
This selective admissions program requires students to submit a separate application or to take additional action before enrolling.
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 714||Technical Math I||3|
Applicants must meet the following requirements:
Graduate of an accredited high school or have acceptable scores on the General Education Development (GED) test. Foreign and domestic high school education or domestic GED must be validated by official transcripts. Official transcripts will be accepted in place of the high school diploma if the graduation date is provided.
At least 18 years old prior to application.
Have taken two semesters of high school or college algebra and earned a minimum "C" grade in each semester, completed prior to application. An official transcript is required.
Be physically able, as determined by a physician, to safely perform the tasks of a construction electrician. A drug test is required.
Have evidence of a qualifying grade on an aptitude test prescribed by the EJATT Local Union 134. The aptitude test covers English and Mathematics comprehension along with a spatial ability evaluation.