Electrical Technology

Career Paths

  • Electrical Apprentice

  • Journeyman

  • Master Electrician

  • Electrical Manufacturing

  • Electrical Supply Worker

  • Communication/Data Writing

  • Equipment Installer

Students in the Electrical Technology program learn the fundamentals of electrical circuitry and the laws that govern electricity. This course includes electrical theory, electrical building code, safety practices and installation techniques. The program goes beyond typical high school expectations as industrial monitor control and programmable logic control work stations are available for advanced students.

Many graduates have gone on to post secondary schools in either a two year technical college program or a full degree program in Electrical Engineering. In addition, program completion eliminates the first year of the four-year apprenticeship program.

Program Requirements:

Students must be 16 years old by November 1st of the enrollment year.

All students in this program must become electrical apprentices registered with the State of NH ($30)