Industrial Electrical Technologies

  • Industrial Electrical Technologies


    The Industrial Electrical Technologies program provides introductory level exposure to fundamental knowledge and skills associated with the industrial electrical trades. Classroom instruction in electrical theory and fundamentals, as well as shop experiences will expose students to real-life requirements and expectations of the trade. Students will learn the fundamentals of hand tools, power tools and test equipment used in an environment where safety, teamwork and accountability is stressed. Labs will provide hands-on experience and demonstrations applicable to industrial electrical work settings. Industry partners will provide students with project-based learning, facility tours, job shadowing and career development.


    Successful Student Attributes: strong problem-solving abilities, perseverance, adaptability, ability to decipher information from graphic representations, basic understanding of math concepts and skills







    Program Length: Two years

    Integrated Academic Coursework: Math (½ credit per year); Career & Financial Management (½ credit)

    Graduation Pathways: 4+1 Pathway Option: NCCER Core Introductory Craft Skills, CDOS Pathway

    College Credit Opportunities: Articulation Agreements: SUNY College of Technology at Delhi; Lincoln Technical Institute

    Credential Opportunities: 10- Hour OSHA General Industry Safety and Health Credential; NCCER Core Certification, Fluke Multimeter Course

    Program Achievement Opportunities: Technical Endorsement on Graduation Diploma, National Technical Honor Society

    Industry Assessments: NCCER Academic Core

    Program Supplies, Materials, Assessments Provided: Work boots, safety glasses, 10-Hour OSHA Credential, NCCER Academic Core

    Entry-level Occupational Reading Materials Lexile:




    8th Grade Reading Level Text Sample: The unit of electrical work is the joule. The joule is the amount of work done by one coulomb flowing through a potential difference of one volt. If five coulombs flow through a potential difference of one volt, five joules of work are done. The time it takes these coulombs to flow through the potential difference has no bearing on the amount of work done. Amperes are a measurement of current, which is a rate of current flow.(NCCER Level 1 Electrical, Years 1 & 2 textbook)


    Sample Vocabulary: conduit, receptacle, concentric bends, voltmeter


    Sample Math Problem: Seven #12 conductors and 3 ground wires with 1 receptacle. 2.25 free space within the box for each conductor. Compute total cubic inches of box space required. What size metallic box may be used?

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