Install a secure future.
Students in the Electrical program will learn and use electrical theory and equipment. Skill areas include installation and wiring of entrance panels, circuits, and controls. Successful students should enjoy science and math, like working with their hands, and have good eye-hand coordination.
Apprenticeship opportunities and college credits are available for students in the senior year.
A security system for your future.
Many employers are seeking candidates with a two- to four-year degree to work in this field. Get a jump start as an Electrical Trade Center apprentice or in college with the availability of credits through:
To learn more about college credits at Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools, please visit our college credit web page.
Power it up.
The Electrical program located at Eastland Career Center allows you to combine your love for technology with your desire to understand how it works. Fields of study include:
- installation & wiring
- low voltage cabling
- motor controls
- residential wiring
- National Electrical Code
- commercial wiring
Areas of study include:
- Residential Electrical Systems
- Construction Electrical Systems
- Commercial and Industrial Construction Electrical Systems
- Telecommunications/Low Voltage Systems