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Electrical   Course


Our Electrical Program will certify you for a dynamic electrician career

  • Median annual wage of 51,880$
  • 14% growth Job Outlook till 2024 (Much faster than average)
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The objective of the Electrical Technician study program is to educate the student, with theory and hands on training, to a degree of competency in the Electrical field, enabling the student to perform the associated skills, and pass the certification examination; all leading to obtain gainful employment.

The length of the study program is 150 clock hours, where a clock hour is an hour of time less a 5-minute break.

Electrical Course

Full electrical course includes 3 separate classes, 4 weeks each:

Beginner's Class

Intermediate Class (Prerequisite "Beginner's Class")

Advanced Class (Prerequisite "Intermediate Class" and "Beginner's Class")

Class hours are divided between instructional classroom time and practical hands-on training in our state of the art lab. Student will also learn alongside special computer software programs that imitate situations that may occur in the field. 

The duration of each class is 4 weeks. Classes are 3 days a week 4 hours each class. Morning, Evening, And Afternoon classes are available. Also covered are 2011 NEC rules for obtain Unlimited Electrician License (Residential, Commercial, Industrial).
This is a 12 weeks program. Prerequisites are high school diploma, GED, or approval of school director.


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West Chicago Professional Center is approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education.

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