Introduction To Electrical Technician
Learn the basics of the electrical trade with our no-cost video series for beginners. With the industry set to boom in the coming years, there's no better time than now to enter the field.
- On-demand videos accessible on all mobile devices
- Lifetime access
This Course Includes:
- The job outlook and day-in-a-life of an electrician
- Information on different types of testing equipment and how to use them
- The basics of Alternating Current (A/C) and Branch Circuits
- A full virtual tour of InterCoast College's electrical lab
- An eBook
This course is designed for beginners or those new to the industry - so no prior experience is necessary. All you need is a mobile device or desktop computer, a stable internet connection, and the desire to learn a new skill.
Ricardo Barrow has been in the electrical profession since the early 1970s. His experience includes over 13 years of being an electrical instructor and he is well-known for his valuable, in-depth methods of teaching the trade.
Why Should I Study Electrical Work?
Employment in the electrical industry is set to grow by 10% in the years to 2028.
Those seeking to pursue an opportunity-filled, stable career path will find plenty of prospects in the electrical field, with 94,600 job openings projected for electricians each year.
The electrical profession also offers a higher median annual wage than the all jobs average.
According to the BLS, The median annual wage for all electricians was $56,180 as of May 2019. The lowest 10% earned less than $33,410, while the highest 10% earned more than $96,580.
Those working in the government earned the highest median annual wage of $62,940.
While electricians typically enter the field with a high school diploma or equivalent, many also build their career by attending a technical school.
Such training offers basic information on circuitry, equipment, and safety practices. Having a qualified skillset through professional training can improve your chances for employment in the job market.
Our no-cost electrical pro series offers a quick look into the industry, its duties, and the opportunities that lie within it. Students can equip themselves with the introductory knowledge to pursue further technical training through InterCoast's certified Electrical Training
Get started on an exciting career in electrical work. Enroll today at no cost at all.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The pro series does not qualify a student for any college credit, credit to courses offered at InterCoast, nor does it allow the students to receive an electrical training card. Students who are interested in enrolling in a CA State approved Electrical Training Program click here
For more information about graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, visit https://www.intercoast.edu. Not all programs are available at all locations.