Electrician Training Programs

Find an accredited electrical technology diploma or AS degree program at a trade school or technical college near you. Take course work that includes safety, Electrical Code, equipment, and general knowledge of the trade. Get the training required for installation and service of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems.

Use the search application to find an electrician trade school near you.

Trade Schools with Electrician Programs

All listed colleges are accredited and have financial aid assistance for students who qualify.

Altierus Career College

Hohokus School of Trade and Technical Sciences

Keystone Technical

Lincoln Tech

Porter & Chester

Remington College

San Joaquin Valley College

Southern Careers Institute

Southern Technical College

The Refrigeration School

Tulsa Welding School

UEI College

Wichita Technical Institute

YTI Career Institute

All schools may not be listed here, use the search application to find one near you.

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There are completely online electrical and electrical technology programs available in some locations.

How long does electrician training take? A trade school certificate or diploma program takes about one year to complete. Though some schools do advertise 10 month programs. An associate’s degree in electrical technology takes up to 2 years to earn. 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. Read: How Long Is Electrician Training?

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