Electrical and Plumbing Construction Technology

About

The mission of the Electrical and Plumbing Construction Technology Program is to prepare students for a career as an electrician and/or plumber in the fast growing construction industry. Graduates of the Electrical and Plumbing Construction Technology program will possess a number of valuable skills such as electrical theory, residential/commercial print reading and wiring techniques, load calculations, conduit bending, National Electric Code, plumbing fixtures and installation, pipes and fittings, water distribution and drainage installations. Training includes both classroom (theory) and hands-on lab assignments designed to allow students to demonstrate the mastery of the core skills required for employment in the electrical and plumbing field.

Overview

Information Detail
Time Commitment Full Time
Typical Program Length 12 Months
Clock Hours 1,296
Class Type Day
Credentials Certificate, Diploma
Total Tuition/Fees $3,843.00
Textbook/Supplies Cost $2,149.00
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Program Credentials

Option NameHoursCredentials
Residential Wiring Helper432Certificate
Residential/Commercial Wiring Helper864Certificate
Plumbing Helper 432Certificate
Residential/Commercial Wiring Helper864Certificate
Residential/Commercial Electrician and Plumbing1296Diploma

Campus Locations

Main Campus
P.O. Box 614
1233 East College Street
Pulaski, TN 38478

Job Duties

Install, maintain, and repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Ensure that work is in accordance with relevant codes. May install or service street lights, intercom systems, or electrical control systems.

Job Outlook

Bright Outlook: Yes

Currently employed in the area: 11,950

Current job openings per year: 1,580

Curriculum/Courses

First Trimester: 
Worker Characteristics
Orientation, Safety, Haven training, and Alcohol EDU
OSHA and Safety
Technology Foundations
Math Review
Tools (Safety and Instruction)
Electrical Theory (Basic AC Theory & Ohms Law)
The National Electrical Code (NEC 2011)
Residential Wiring Basics & Lab
Multi-Meters
Second Trimester: 
Worker Characteristics
Class Project Residential-Commercial
Advanced Residential-Commercial Wiring and Transformers
National Electrical Code-Advanced Codeology (NEC 2011) Load Calculations, Motors and App
Conduit-Bending
Bonding & Grounding
Third Trimester: 
Worker Characteristics
Plumbing Safety
Plumbing Tools
Types of Pipe, Fittings, and Valves
Fixtures and Equipment Installation
Drainage, Waste, Vent Installation
Troubleshooting

Certifications

OHSA 10 Certification

Books and Supplies Lists

Instructors

Philip Richardson
931-424-2415

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