A look into your new profession
On a daily basis, thousand of buildings and homes are being constructed; old structures are being demolished to make way for skyscrapers and multi-level malls. In order to make these constructions successful, there is a great demand and a constant requirement for technically skilled Electricians to inspect and install wiring. You can now become a part of this booming trade by studying at home for just a few hours a day.
Complete your Electricians training from home in as less as a year and learn the handy skills that will help you achieve great success in this rapidly expanding profession. You have the option of staring your own business, opening an electricians business full-time or even work part-time from home.
The rapidly increasing population creates a great demand for skilled electricians to wire restaurants, offices, homes schools and many other structures that will be needed to accommodate people from all walks of life for different purposes. Older buildings and structures are constantly in need of improvements and rectifications to their existing electrical systems in order to meet modern electrical codes. They also need to be able to endure greater consumption of electricity due to the increased use of multiple electronic equipments in residences was well as commercial buildings. This creates greater job opportunities for you as a qualified and certified Electrician. Use the skills that you will learn at our renowned institution through the Electrician Training Program and give you career a push in the right direction.
The skills and knowledge you will gain through our Electrician Training Program will further your growth opportunities as part of this profession.
• Install and set up wiring systems:
You will learn how to install and operate circuits, conductors, conduits and a lot more.
• Learn the NEC®:
You will be provided with information on the National Electrical Code® and its application to the everyday routine of an electrician.
• Your training will also include:
-Using circuit analyzer tools
-Mathematics of Electricity
-Lighting and heating practices
-Cabling and boxes
-Business of being an Electrician