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Electrical Technology Training Program

Electrician Training in Baltimore, Maryland

The Electrical Technology Program is specifically designed to train students to meet the needs of companies hiring individuals as entry-level electrical technicians. Entry-level electricians will be asked to install and service electrical applications within residential, commercial, and industrial fields. Our Electrical Technology program includes the practice and theory of residential and commercial wiring, machine control, programmable controllers, telecommunications, and electronic control.

Location: 6901 Security Boulevard, Baltimore, Maryland 21244

Length: 39 weeks (daytime classes) or 58 weeks (evening classes)

Cost: $19,525 if completed within the expected time frame

Schedule: The Electrical Technology Program is available for weekday and evening classes.

Upon Completion: Students who complete this course can attempt their NCCER Core and Electrical 1 Certification, OSHA 10.

The following states do not have licensure requirements for the electrical technology profession: Maryland.

Electrical Technology Program Course Outline

Through this course at North American Trade Schools in Baltimore, MD, students will learn the basics of electrical residential and commercial wiring. Students will have proficient training in both practical experience and theoretical training. Problem-solving skills are developed in panel board selection, electric service, and overcurrent protection such as circuit breakers and fuses and low voltage electrical systems. Students will also be trained and learn basic motor controls (PLC), photovoltaics (solar energy), and electronics.

Job Outlook as a Certified Electrician

Individuals who work in the electrical trades are commonly referred to as electricians. Students who graduate from the Electrical Technology Program will be trained and qualified for, but not limited to, the following entry-level positions:

  • Electrical technician
  • Low voltage technician
  • Instrument repairer
  • Electrician helper
  • Cable-splicer
  • Electrical maintenance
  • Machine repair technician
  • Service installer
  • Electric motor analyst
  • Electric motor repairer
  • Solar installation technician
  • Electronic and equipment repairer

Electricians can perform a variety of tasks in many different industry areas. They may be involved with either construction or maintenance of electrical wiring and systems in residential, commercial, or municipal environments. Electrical Technicians can be tasked to read blueprints, install and maintain wiring, inspect electrical components or identify and repair electrical problems. The possibilities are endless with a career that is always in high demand.

For more information on how to start training for a career as an electrician, contact us or give us a call today at (410) 298-4844!