Electrical Technologies

Electrical Technologies

Program Description
» Harness electricity to power the world.
» Power up a wide range of structures by using blueprints to install residential and commercial wiring according to code and industry standards. 
» Design, stage, and install commercial and residential electrical wiring for power control systems.
CAREER FOCUS: Prepared for apprenticeship, immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
Program Courses
» Construction Technology - Core Sustainable Construction
» Residential Electrical Systems
» Construction Electrical Systems
» Commercial and Industrial Construction Electrical Systems
 
Certifications & Credentials
» 
OSHA 10 Construction - 1pt
» NCCER Core - 6pts
» NCCER Core Level 1 - 6pts
 
College Credit Opportunities*
Hocking College - Articulation Agreement
» CM ELEC Management Elective (1.5h)
» CMEL 1100 Electrical Trades 1of 2 (6h)
Zane State College - Aticulation Agreement
» MECH 1400 Industrial Mechanics (2h)
» ISET 2400 Motors and Controls (3h)
*Note: Qualifications Apply  
 
Career Opportunities
Program Instructor 
 
Instructor: Michael Robison
Teaching since:
Teaching at Mid-East since: 2012
Credentials: Associated Builders and Contractors (Electrical Apprenticeship) 2008-2015; Journeyman Certification Electrical, OSHA 10, 30, 500, 510; Certification to instruct in Construction (OSHA) 10 hour, 30 hour; certified NCCER electrical Instructor (All 4 Levels); Completion of Alternative Teaching Curriculum/The Ohio State University 2016
Field Experience:  Buckeye Electrical Contractors (Industrial/Commercial), Gaylor Electrical Contractors (Industrial/Commercial), Claypool Electrical Contractors (Industrial/Commercial), Columbus State Community College/Placement Advisor Construction Programs
Notable Awards/Accomplishments:  Safety Award Gaylor Electric
Hobbies/Interests: Jazz Percussion and Car Shows
Personal Information to Share: Honorable Discharge United States Marine Corp
 
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