Go to: Online Electrician Training Programs. Trade Schools and technical colleges with electrician training programs. Classroom work for before and during you apprenticeship, journeyman, master electrician training.
Find a technical college or university near you with online electrical class options. Financial aid assistance is available for those who qualify and most colleges have military friendly programs too. Jump to: Electrician career information.
Trade Schools with Electrician Training Programs
- Ayers Career College – Shreveport, LA
- Intercoast College – California – Anaheim, Riverside, West Corvina, Rancho Cordova, Fairfield
- Lincoln Tech – TX, TN, RI, PA, NY, NJ, NV, MA, MD, IN, IL, GA, FL, CT, CO
- Delta Technical College – Mississippi – Horn Lake and Ridgeland
- New England Institute of Tech – Warwick, RI.
- Remington College – AL, AR, FL, HI, LA, OH, SC, TN, TX
- Fortis – AL, TN, PA, FL, TX, NJ, VA, GA, LA, OH, SC, IN, UT,
- Vista College – Texas & New Mexico
- Altierus – FL, TX, GA, VA, OH, MI, NJ, CO, NV, OR, WA
- Tulsa Welding School – Tulsa, Jacksonville, Houston
- Porter & Chester – Massachusetts & Connecticut
- Midwest Technical Institute – Illinois & Missouri
- Keystone Technical – Harrisburg, PA.
- And more.
Electrician Career Information
How long does electrician training take?
An apprenticeship/training program lasts approximately four years and includes about 150 hours per year of classwork and 2,000 hours/yr of on-the-job learning. Remember, every state has different requirements so be sure to check yours.
How much money does an electrician make?
The average salary of a licensed electrician is around $51,000. About 10% of electricians are self employed and their salary varies accordingly. The job outlook for a licensed electrician is expected to grow 14% between now and 2024, faster than normal. – High Paying Jobs: Little School, Lot of Money
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