Printed on 1/23/2019
Electrician Apprentice (ABC)
Not Financial Aid Eligible
*If general education courses are required, they may be available at multiple locations.
Electricians work on residential, commercial and industrial projects providing electrical service. In this program, you will learn how to install new wiring and other fixtures such as breaker boxes, switches and motor controls. Through a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction, you’ll gain skills to install equipment for generating, transforming and distributing electricity. You’ll also learn to plan and lay out electrical systems around the work of other trades. This program involves some paid and some unpaid instruction. Although it requires a long-term commitment, electrician apprenticeship leads to a stable, well-paid career.
Learn more about apprenticeship programs.
Electrical Systems Installer
Estimated Program Cost
This program will cost about
based on current tuition and fees.
Additional materials and supplies will cost
Textbooks will cost about *.
Tuition and fees are subject to change.
Costs may not include all books or all materials and supplies.
Some textbook costs may be included in the estimated program cost.
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Electrician Apprentice (ABC)
* Programs may be available at locations that are not listed here.
* Depending on program enrollment and prerequisite requirements, there may be a wait for some program courses. Please see the additional information section for details.
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Credit Transfer Options
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- Apply AC and DC theory.
- Apply electrical code requirements.
- Apply operational principles to transformer installations.
- Examine electric motor theory and applications.
- Apply electric motor control theory and applications.
- Analyze variable speed drives.
- Interpret electrical and equipment drawings.
- Communicate trade and occupational related information effectively.
Applications are issued by the trade committee. Entry requirements and testing vary by trade. Applications can be obtained by contacting:
**Associated Builders & Contractors**
Apprenticeship & Training Trust
5330 Wall Street
Madison, WI 53718
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