Electric Program

The Electric Program is approved by the State of Kentucky Office of Housing, Building, and Construction Electrical Section as a pre-approved licensing education program. Graduates of the four year program (576 hours) are able to test for their Electricians License after completing 8,000 hours (four years) of field work, instead of the usual six or more years that are required. The four year electric curriculum is designed to prepare students for the ICC Electricians exam for the State of Kentucky. This curriculum is updated to the 2017 NEC Electric code. It is taught 40% - 50% hands-on while still preparing for the rigors of state testing.  This program also has an articulation agreement with Gateway Community and Technical College for students who pass their journeyman exam earning them college credits at a fraction of the cost for those who want to continue their studies.

Class size for Electric 1 is limited to 40 students.