Evening Adult Classes on Electrical Technician

Instructor: John Marteney

John Marteney

Electrical Technician

An electrician is a tradesperson specializing in electrical wiring of buildings, stationary machines and related equipment. Electricians may be employed in the installation of new electrical components or the maintenance and repair of existing electrical infrastructure. Electricians may also specialize in wiring ships, airplanes, and other mobile platforms, as well as data and cable.

In this course students have an opportunity to gain knowledge and develop technical skills in all aspects of the Electrical Industry. Students may earn the WV Journeyman Electrician License.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent

  • Submit an Application

  • Interview with Instructor

  • Pass a basic math skills test


The program consists of 1080 Clock Hours and begins in September and ends in May.

Certifications Available

  • OSHA 10

  • Students may take the licensing exam available through the WV State Fire Marshalls Office.

Program Cost


*All prices subject to change

*See school catalog for refund policy


Financial aid is available to qualified students. To apply, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) @ studentaid.gov .

The Title IV code number for Fred Eberle Technical Center is: 017035

To qualify for federal student aid, a student must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or other eligible non‐citizen.

  • Be a high school graduate or have earned a GED.

  • If a student has received a Bachelor’s degree, he or she is not eligible for a Pell Grant.

  • Be enrolled in an eligible program of at least 600‐clock hours in length that leads

Course Objectives

Electrical Trades l

  • Basic Safety

  • Construction Math

  • Hand Tools

  • Power Tools

  • Construction Drawings

  • Basic Rigging

  • Communication Skills

  • Employability Skills

  • Materials Handling

  • Electrical Safety

  • Orientation to the Electrical Trade

Electrical Trades lll

  • Alternating Current

  • Motor Theory and Application

  • Electric Lighting

  • Conduit Bending


  • Integrated Electrical Lab

  • National Electrical Code

  • Residential Wiring

  • Rotating Devices and Control Circuitry

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  • Introduction to Electrical Circuits

  • Electrical Theory

  • Introduction to National Electrical Code

  • Device Boxes

  • Hand Bending

  • Raceways and Fittings

  • Conductors and Cables

  • Basic Electrical Construction Drawings

  • Residential Electrical Services

  • Electrical Test Equipment

Electrical Trades lV

  • Pull and Junction Boxes

  • Conductor Installations

  • Conductor Terminations and Splices

  • Grounding and Bonding

  • Circuit Breakers and Fuses

  • Control Systems and Fundamental Concepts


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