Electrical Technologies Training Program

icon-clock Duration: 3 Months

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Class Schedules (Monday-Friday)

Morning (M-F) Afternoon (M-F) Evening (M-Th)
7:30am-12:30pm 12:45pm-5:45pm 6:00pm-10:00pm

The objective of this 3 month electrician education and training is to train and prepare students for entry as new construction and maintenance electricians. Students learn how to install and maintain electrical equipment for residential and commercial structures, read blueprints and create job estimates.

  • Offers program completion in just 3 months
  • Incorporates real world training with hands-on curriculum
  • Includes training in the National Electric Code (NEC)

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Only 3 months of training? Yes.

Upon successful completion of the electrician courses, the student should have an understanding of electrical principles, the National Electric Code (NEC) and how these apply to common buildings and facilities. A student will also have practical exposure to installation techniques, diagnostics, service and repair of electrical systems. Possible job opportunities include:

  • Maintenance Electrician
  • New Construction Electrician
  • Power Plant Field Technician

Employment is Expected to Grow for Electricians in the US to 789,500 Jobs by 2028!i

Flexible Class Schedules

RSI offers flexible schedules whether you are just graduating from high school, changing your career, or transitioning from military to civilian life. We work hard to find the right program and the right schedule to help you succeed. Contact us for more information on upcoming class times and start dates for the Electrical Technologies program.

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Program Courses

Fundamentals of Electricity

This course teaches students the basics of electrical applications, such as control circuit wiring, single-phase and three-phase motors and high-voltage wiring. It also teaches all of the safety processes for handling electrical systems, like grounding and energized circuits.

The training materials in Fundamentals of Electricity include:

• Information on multiple types of test meters and their proper use
• Electrical devices and control devices
• Troubleshooting

HVE 100

  • 100 Contact Hours
  • 90 Contact Hours
  • 10 Contact Hours
  • 4.0 Contact Hours

Electrical Wiring – Residential

This course teaches the fundamentals of residential wiring, with the National Electrical Code book as the guide.

Students should also be able to understand the following:

• Hand tools
• Ladders
• Shock hazards
• Protective equipment

The electrical code is also taught, ensuring students understand the proper placement of the following:

• Wiring
• Circuits
• Switches
• Receptacles
• Lighting fixtures
• GFCI devices

Students will also put everything they’ve learned in this class to the ultimate test: wiring a scaled-down three-bedroom home.

HVE 120

  • 100 Contact Hours
  • 60 Contact Hours
  • 40 Contact Hours
  • 4.0 Contact Hours

Electrical Wiring – Commercial

The commercial wiring course also follows the National Electrical Code book, helping students understand:

• Load calculations
• Blueprint reading
• Cost estimating
• Three-phase motor wiring
• Conduit manipulation

Students will be put to the test of wiring a mock commercial building in accordance with codes. They will also wire commercial lighting and three-phase motors.

HVE 130

  • 100 Contact Hours
  • 60 Contact Hours
  • 40 Contact Hours
  • 4.0 Contact Hours

Sound Interesting? Contact us for more information on this course and the Electrician Training & Certification program below.

iEmployment is expected to grow for Electricians (472111) in the US to 789,500 through 2028 and in Arizona to 14,570 through 2026.