Electrical Installation

Program Description

This program emphasizes the knowledge and practical skills required for entry-level craft workers with a narrow focus on Electrical Installation. Students will be able to not only build construction knowledge but also acquire the knowledge needed to be a professional in the construction industry. Topics covered are Basic Electrical Circuitry, Residential Wiring, Motor Controls, and Construction Site Safety Training.

Certifications acquired through this sequence are the following:

  • NCCER Core
  • NCCER Electrical Level One
  • OSHA-30 Construction Industry
  • 10-Hour Site Safety Training
  • Copper-Based cabling & Networking
  • Energy Management Systems

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Requirements for Career and Technical Education Endorsed Diploma

9TH GRADE CLASSES & REGENTS

English

Global History

Algebra I

Living Environment

Spanish

Physical Education

Exploratory

Regents: Algebra I, and Living Environment

                 

10TH GRADE CLASSES & REGENTS

English

Global History 

Geometry

Earth Science

Physical Education

Electrical Installation

Art

Regents: Geometry , Global History, and Earth Science

 

11TH GRADE CLASSES & REGENTS

English

US History

Algebra II

Chemistry

Physical Education

Electrical Installation

Regents: English, US History, Algebra II, and Chemistry

 

12TH GRADE CLASSES & REGENTS

English

US Government (fall) AND Economics (spring)

Algebra II (fall) AND Calculus (spring)

Physics

Physical Education

Electrical Installation

Career & Financial Management

Regents: Physics

 

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Courses that may be substituted in specified area of study: AP classes, College Now, and honors classes

65 or higher on all required Regents exams

CTE technical assessment in electrical installation

60 hours Work Based Learning

One year of College Now courses

All electrical installation students must complete a 4th year of math

All senior students must complete their Career Portfolios