The Electrical Program at Franklin County Tech gives students what they need to enter the lucrative and competitive job market as an electrician. It teaches students to work with electricity in a safe manner to provide entry-level skills into a number of career opportunities. The course covers installation and maintenance of equipment for light, heat, and power with emphasis on construction, HVAC, and programmable logic controllers.
Academic Skills Required in the Electrical Program Trade
Math (basic math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry)
Strong work ethic
Future Career Opportunities in Electrical Program
Licensed Journeyman Electrician
Licensed Master Electrician
Electrical Shop Instructor
Photovoltaic Systems Installer
Low Voltage Systems Installer
Utility Company Worker
Manufacturing Electical Specialist
Possible pay that may be expected
Ranges from $8 to $10 per hour on leaving school, $16 to $20 per hour once a license is obtained, and $20 to $30 per hour for a seasoned electrician.
It is the policy of the Franklin County Technical School not to discriminate on the basis of homeless status, sex, race, religion, age, sexual orientation, transgender, gender identity, creed, color, national origin or disability in its educational programs, activities or employment policies.