Learn the theory and skills needed to gain entry-level employment in the electrical field in Perry Tech's Electrical Technology program.
In two-years, you’ll learn how to install, connect, test, and maintain electrical systems for industrial, commercial, residential, process control, security, and communications. The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries recognizes two years of training received from Perry’s Electrical Program toward the (01) journeyman certification.
Electricians work in nearly every industry and with training from Perry Tech, you can choose your career path. Work in the construction field, in industrial settings such as manufacturing plants, or for contractors maintaining and repairing existing electrical systems.
The advent of new technologies, increased use of automation, and the need to retrofit outdated structures are increasing the demand for electricians.
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According to Washington State Law, students are required to obtain an electrical training certificate from the Department of Labor & Industries prior to beginning the Electrical Technology program. Your instructor will provide additional information for this during your first week of class.
Students in the Electrical Technology program have the opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree from YVC along with their PTI certificate. For more information, Click Here
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