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Electrical Maintenance Technician
 
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Electrical Maintenance Technician is an intensive 25-week program of study on electrical maintenance fundamentals. Students will receive training in basic shop math, hand and power tools, precision measuring instruments, electrical blueprints, the National Electric Code standards and practices, OSHA, electrical theory, conduit bending, motors and NEMA designations. A four-week work experience is included in the training program. According to U.S. Department of Labor statistics, the employment of electrical maintenance technicians is expected to increase through the year 2020, with the emergence of new technologies that will stimulate the demand for these workers, along with a large number of planned retirements in this field.
 
FEE   $9,211* (additional fees for books & kits)
Median loan debt incurred by students:    $5,051
Graduation Rate:   93% 
Job Placement Rate:   100% 
Program Length:    810 hours
Requirements:    OSHA Testing ($25)
Location:    Liverpool Main Campus
SOC Codes:    47-3013 U.S. Dept. of Labor 
  www.bls.gov/SOC
*Tuition subject to change. Estimated fee for books and kits is $725.
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION
A new career is closer than you think! It all starts by attending an informational Open House, offered every Thursday at 1 p.m.
in Liverpool and Cortland. From there, you're just a few steps away from the career you deserve.

For more information about our Electrical Maintenance Technician program, call our Liverpool office at (315) 453-4400 or our Cortland office at (607) 758-5111.
 
 
CONTACT:


  
OCM BOCES - Main Campus
110 Elwood Davis Road
Liverpool, NY 13088
P:  (315) 453-4455
or 1-800-444-4406


Cortland BOCES Campus
1710 NYS Route 13
Cortland, NY 13045
P:  (607) 758-5111


 

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