Electricity Commercial-Industrial-Residential


The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

Industrial Control & Instrumentation technicians maintain, repair, and troubleshoot mechanisms in a wide variety of industries applications. As a technician, you will repair, maintain, and install sophisticated systems relative to the process or manufacturing industries. This program is designed to provide you with a wide variety of electrical courses to prepare you for a job in the electrical industry. The need for trained electrical technicians continues to climb in a variety of industries, including; construction, manufacturing, power plants, oil and gas production facilities, mining operations, and chemical processing plants. For advising, please call 303-914-6509 or 303-914-6510.

Effective January 1, 2011, during the last four years of training, apprenticeship, or practical experience in wiring for, installing, and repairing electrical apparatus and equipment for electric light, heat, and power, at least two hundred eighty-eight hours or five EIC classes, of training in safety, the national electrical code and its applications, and any other training required by the board that is provided by an accredited college or university, an established industry training program, or any other provider whose training is conducted in compliance with rules promulgated by the board, in collaboration with established industry training programs and industry representatives.

Related course work may be found under: Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration


Electrical Installation

National Electrical Code

Electrical Codes and Standards

Residential Construction Electrician

Construction Electrician

Advanced Construction Electrician

Maintenance Electrician

Introduction to Instrumentation and Controls Technician

Advanced Instrumentation and Controls Technician

Advanced Maintenance Electrician

Post-Degree Specialization for Advanced Construction Electrician

Post-Degree Specialization for Advanced Maintenance Electrician

Industrial Network Instrumentation

Electrician State CEU Renewal

Degrees: Associate of Applied Science

Construction Electrician

Maintenance Electrician

Construction Electrician/IBEW/NECA
Power Technology

Industrial Control & Instrumentation Technology