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Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational High School

Electrical Career

 

Sample Job Titles:     Electrician, Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers

Apprentice/Licensure Connections:
• Journeyman:  600 hours of classroom instruction and 8000 hour of supervision over a period of not less than 4 years
• Master:  150 hours of classroom instruction and hold journeyman license in good standing with the Board for one year.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of State Examiners of Electricians, 239 Causeway Street, Boston, MA 02114

Technical and Higher Education Majors:
Construction Technology, Building Construction Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Construction Engineering Technology, Construction Management and Inspection
Career Advancement:   Experienced electricians can advance to jobs as supervisors. In construction, they also may become project managers or construction superintendents. Those with sufficient capital and management skills can start their own contracting business, although this often requires a special electrical contractors license. Supervisors and contractors should be able to identify and estimate costs and prices and the time and materials needed to complete a job. Many electricians also become electrical inspectors.

                                       CONNECTIONS TO WORK AND HIGHER EDUCATION
                                                CERTIFICATIONS AVAILABLE IN HIGH SCHOOL
                                                         OSHA C10  10 hour Construction, Safety & Health Certification
                                                         MA Electrician Apprentice/License hours                                
                                            COLLEGE CREDITS AVAILABLE IN HIGH SCHOOL
                                                            Tech Prep Connections

College

Course
MA State Engineering Tech Articulation Agreement One or more EL courses at a MA community college
Ben Franklin Institute of Tech. EL 110 - Circuit Theory 1 (DC) - 4 credits
  EL127 Design and Layout/NEC 5 credits
  EL129 Design and Layout II/NEC II - 5 credits
  EL213 Circuit Theory II (AC) - 4 credits

AVAILABLE THROUGH NE ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM:  APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING  600 HOUR THEORY CLASS APPRENTICESHIP LICENSING TRAINING TEST PREP  MASTER LICENSURE TEST PREP                                         

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