Electricity

ASSOCIATED TEACHERS/FACULTY

Mr. Christos Xerras, Mr. Kevin Gagnon, and Mr. Andrew Andricopoulos

CAREER PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Electricity Program prepares students for meaningful employment in the fields of electrical contracting, design, or engineering. Students learn in shop workstations and at o campus worksites training on modern electrical devices, apparatus, and wiring used in residential, commercial, and industrial settings, as well as advanced electrical theory and Electrical Code updates. Students learn to install and troubleshoot live equipment, including motors, controls, transformers, advanced high and low voltage systems as well as blueprint reading, and metering.

Career Paths

  • Master Electrician
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Public Utility Worker
  • Business Owner
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Electrical Inspector
  • Electrical Code Instructor
  • Electrical Shop Instructor
  • Lighting Designer
  • Electrical Supply Sales
  • Systems Contractor
  • Alarm Installer
  • Solar Energy Installer

Certifications / Credentials 

  • OSHA 10 Hour Construction
  • CMR.13.00 Journeyman Eligibility Criteria
  • 1500 +/- On the job experience toward apprentice
  • 300 Hours Education toward license

Industry Partnerships 

  • Habitat For Humanity
  • IBEW
  • High Tech Electric
  • Helco Electric
  • Cranney Electric
  • John A. Penney Co., Inc.
  • Talbot Electric
  • Silveira Electric
  • Paras Electric
  • SkillsUSA

Articulation Agreements 

  • MA Board of Electrical Examiners
  • Division of Professional Licensure
  • Bunker Hill Community College

Meeting Documents

 

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