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Training Time: 4-12 months

Before his name began to light up neon Hollywood signs, Elvis Presley led a promising career as an electrician. He soon traded out his electrical tape for an electric guitar, famously saying, “I suppose I got rewired the wrong way round somewhere along the line.” Follow in the King’s footsteps and rewire your own career as an electrician. There’s no such thing as a “typical workday” for an electrician, as each day brings new and exciting challenges – from installing wiring in a residential home to repairing an electrical control system in a commercial building. Browse Upstate SC electrician training programs to take your first steps toward a bright future.

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Industrial Electricity Certificate

Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

Training time required: 12 months

Electrical Wiring Certificate

As you prepare for a career as an electrician, the four units in the electrical wiring series will provide training in the installation of residential and commercial/industrial electrical circuits. Units I and II apply to residential wiring; units III and IV apply to commercial and industrial wiring. In each unit you will study the applicable National Electric Code standards. 

Training time required: 4 months

NCCER Core Introductory to Craft Skills

This course provides the basics of construction and electrial trades. Areas covered include basic safety, construction math, hand tools, power tools, construction drawings, rigging, communication skills, employability skills and materials handling. Completion leads to nationally recognized NCCER Certification in Core Craft skills and Construction Site Safety and Orientation.

Training time required: 4-6 weeks

Industrial Electricity Certificate In Applied Science

Students of the industrial electricity program will demonstrate building science fundamentals, construction management theories and best practices through practical “hands-on” and “real-world problem solving” training curriculum that is consistent with the changing skill requirements of the construction industry. 

Training time required: 12 months


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