Electrician Technology is a one-year certificate program that teaches students to install, maintain and troubleshoot electrical devices and equipment. Students are exposed to the regulations of residential and commercial wiring and renewable energy.
This program provides the 576 hours of education needed to meet the licensing requirements of the State of Maine and, upon successful completion of the program and 4,000 hours in the field of electrical installations in the field, the State of Maine Electrician Examining Board will allow the student to sit for the journeyman in training electrician examination
You'll learn how to:
Practice the electrical skills of the profession in an ethical and responsible manner.
Respond appropriately to a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical situations.
Apply knowledge of electrical theory in various projects, including blueprint reading, wiring, pipe bending, motor control, switching, and power circuits.
Possess in-depth knowledge of the National Electrical Code.
The application for our Summer/Fall 2023 start is closed. Our next cohort will be in the Summer/Fall 2024, Apply today.
Estimated certificate completion time
One-Year, 36 credits
High school diploma or equivalent
At least 18+ before the start of the program
C or better in Algebra I
April 16th - All admissions materials need to be submitted.
April 22nd - Interviews start.
May 3rd - Decision letters sent out.
May 10th - Deadline to respond with decision letters.
Degree questions, answered.
This training program is FREE for those who qualify (including textbooks and certifications). Funding is provided through the Harold Alfond Grant & the Maine Jobs and Recovery Plan. Additional funding is provided by Key Bank.
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Graduates of this program will pursue careers as journeyman electricians.
Meet the Faculty
Chair Electrical Technology Faculty
Michael Lovejoy, I’m a State of Maine licensed Master Electrician with more than thirty years in the field. I’ve served as a tradesman, business owner, electrical inspector and student. My goal is to engage students with real world issues and examples of what waits for them in the trades. I enjoy new challenges and problem solving and hope to bring this to my students.