Electricity is a two-year course certificate program that prepares individuals for a career in electricity and related industry fields. Courses in mathematics and technical writing are blended with a collection of industrial technologies. A firm foundation for advancement is provided through this program. to gain the necessary skills in the field of electricity and electronics, contact you high school counselor.
Benefits to You:
- Fast Track to a career.
- Courses available A.M. or P.M.
What Is a Certificate?
A certificate is the recognition given by the Lee County Career and Technical Center for vocational achievement in a particular field of study. the Electricity certificate includes study in areas of electrical theory, residential & commercial code. Dual enrollment through Mountain Empire Community College leading to degree programs. Credits from this certificate are also accepted by the Virginia Occupation Electrician that allows acceptance into the Journeyman's program leading to a Master Electrician.
- Master Electrician
- Communications Technician
- Computer Technician
- Industrial Electronics
- U.S. Military
- Residential Wiring Technician
- Mining Electrician
Electricity is a non-traditional program.
How to get Started:
For registration information, contact:
Lee County Career & Tech Center
Mrs. Wanda Parsons
Lee High School
Mrs. Brenda Clouse
Thomas Walker High
Students will be given basic instruction on Electrical Theory. Covers the fundamentals of residential power distribution, circuits, panels, fuse boxes, breakers, transformers.
Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of electricity. terminology, symbols, and diagrams. The principles essential to the understanding of general practices, safety and the practical aspect of residential and nonresidential wiring and electrical installation.
Students will be introduced to electrical troubleshooting and servicing electrical controls, electric motors, motor controls, motor starters, relays, overloads, instruments and control circuits. Includes application of panels, and transformers, experiments to develop testing and troubleshooting techniques.