Trade Electric Program

  • Trade Electric Student

    Adult Education CTE | Construction Trades | Trade Electricity courses in Long Island

    Required Courses: NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) Electric Level I • Trade Electric IV - Motor Control • Blueprint Reading • OSHA-30

  • NCCER Electric Level 1


    The new Electrical Training Program will prepare you to meet the current demands of this industry. Courses will teach you the fundamentals and lead you through more complex phases of both commercial and residential electrical construction as well as basic construction site safety. Learn an array of concepts and codes, theory, and practical knowledge including wiring methods, switches, and circuits. Engage in valuable shop work in our state-of-the-art facility simulating work in electrical companies throughout Long Island. Upon program completion, take written and practical assessments to achieve a certification from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).  In addition, this program will provide you with 200 hours toward a Department of Labor Electrical Apprenticeship. Upon completion, our Career & Employment Center counselors will be available to help you create a resume and research job opportunities.


  • Trade Electric IV – Motor Control


    Complete this program of electrical construction technical education with a focus on motor control. Learn the conditions of start, stop, manual, remote, and automatic controls. Develop hands-on experience constructing, energizing, and troubleshooting various situations with motor control circuits. Gain knowledge of specific National Electric Code (NEC) standards that apply to motors. Obtain a job in the electrical industry through our Employment Center.


  • Blueprint Reading


    Blueprint reading is an essential skill in the construction industry. All projects begin with blueprints or plans. Mastering these maps of information is the key to building any type of structure. Learn the vocabulary, symbols, and scales of these architectural drawings. Understand the dimensions, elevations, and projections of every floor plan. Determine details pertaining to every stage of the building process from inception to fruition. Incorporate this skill in your technical training to succeed in your construction career.


  • OSHA-30


    The OSHA-30 course provides entry-level construction workers with general awareness of recognition and prevention of hazards on a construction site. OSHA recommends that you enroll in this safety certification program as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA29 CFR 1926. Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on the specific hazards of each job. Upon successful completion, you will receive a 30-hour Construction Safety Certification Completion Card.




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