1 Electrician Schools in Raleigh, North Carolina

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Raleigh’s thriving economy enables it to provide aspiring electricians with the education and training they need to succeed in the industry.

Below is one of the best accredited schools in the city, with information about its electrician program.

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Wake Tech

Wake Tech offers two-year skills trade training programs to help future electricians achieve their career goals.

Cost: Not stated

Program Description:

To provide hands-on training in working on residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems, which includes:

  • AC/DC theory
  • Residential, commercial, and industrial wiring practices
  • Programmable logic controllers
  • National Electric Code
  • Industrial motor controls
  • Photovoltaic wiring practices

Courses Offered:

  • AAS in Electrical Systems Technology (64 credit hours)
  • Diploma in Electrical Systems Technology (36 credit hours)
  • Commercial Wiring Certificate Program (12 credit hours)
  • Industrial Wiring Certificate Program (12 credit hours)
  • Renewable Energy Certificate Program (14 credit hours)
  • Residential Wiring Certificate Program (14 credit hours)
  • Wiring Methods Certificate (12 credit hours)
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AddressAddress: 9101 Fayetteville Road Raleigh, NC 27603

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