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Electrical Certificate Training & Degree Programs

Search electrical trade schools to find the local electrician training or electrical technology degree program that’s right for you. Learn about electrical career options, then choose your local trade school or technical college.

A Few of Our Partner Schools

InterCoast College

At InterCoast College, you can complete your electrical certificate in 50 weeks or 900 hours. Through this program, you’ll be fully prepared for employment in any of the electrical occupations. This program is available at all five of the InterCoast College locations.

Lincoln Tech

Attending the electrical program at Lincoln Tech will help give you the skills to land a job in today’s market. You will receive specialized, career-focused training. A flex schedule is available, making your education convenient. Programs vary by campus, and can take up to two years to complete.

Porter and Chester Institute

Through the year long electrical programs at Porter and Chester, you will gain all the skills necessary for employment in commercial, industrial, and residential electrical. Day, evening, and midday scheduling is available. Connecticut and Massachusetts licensing requirements are met.

Southern Technical College

Southern Technical College is fully accredited, offering financial aid as well as associate degrees and diplomas. The 72-week electrical trades technology program is designed to train you for entry-level electrical jobs as an electrician helper, residential electrician, or commercial electrician.

The Refrigeration School

The Refrigeration School (RSI) offers multiple career-focused training opportunities. RSI’s instructors are experienced industry professionals. Training programs are designed to meet employers’ needs. RSI promotes a student-centric learning environment so students can achieve their desired professional goals.

Vatterott College

Since 1969, Vatterott College has been offering career training. The electrical training program through Vatterott will prepare you for the workforce in an entry-level electrical tech or maintenance position. Associate degrees and diplomas available, with flexible scheduling. Accredited, with career service help before and after graduation.

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