Find an accredited electrician training program at a local trade school or technical college near you. Programs include classroom work for before and during you apprenticeship, journeyman, & masters electrician training.
“Employment of electricians is projected to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026”. Use the search application to find an electrician trade school near you.
Trade Schools with Electrician Programs
Financial aid assistance is available for those who qualify and most colleges have military friendly programs too.
- Ayers Career College
- Intercoast College
- Lincoln Tech
- Delta Technical College
- New England Institute of Tech
- Remington College
- Vista College
- Tulsa Welding School
- Porter & Chester
- Midwest Technical Institute
- Keystone Technical
That’s a partial list so you can see some examples, use the search application to sort all schools.
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 median annual wage for electricians was $54,110 in May 2017. … The lowest 10 percent earned less than $32,180, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $92,690.”
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