Because San Antonio is constantly developing economically, it needs more capable electricians to join its workforce.
So the city requires its schools to offer approved electrician programs that’ll prepare aspiring electricians like you for the real world.
Here are some of the schools you can consider enrolling in.
Electricians annual average salary in Texas is $48,590 - ABOVE U.S. AVERAGE!
St. Philip’s College
SPC provides quality career training programs to help students succeed in their fields of interest.
- In-district residents – $99 per credit hour
- Out-of-district residents – $215 per credit hour
The Electrical Trades program will prepare you for the work involved in electrical construction, such as:
- Basic AC/DC
- Residential, commercial, and industrial wiring
- Motor controls
- Programmable logic controllers
- Electrical codes
- AAS in Electrical Trades
- Certificate Level 1 Electrical Trades
- Certificate Level 1 Electrical Trades – Helper
Address: 800 Quintana Road San Antonio, TX 78211
Southern Careers Institute - San Antonio North
SCI focuses on equipping each student with technical and marketable skills through employer-tailored programs.
The Electrical Technician program offers on-the-job training to ensure you’re prepared for entry-level roles and TX licensure.
Some of the things you’ll learn will include:
- Electronics and electrical wiring operation, installation, maintenance, and repair
- Proper handling of electrical distribution panels, instrumentations, AC/DC motors and controls, etc.
- Safety skills
- Compliance with applicable codes, regulations, and inspections
Address: 6963 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78238
Electrician Schools by City in Texas
- Austin1 Schools
- Brownsville1 Schools
- Dallas2 Schools
- El Paso1 Schools
- Fort Worth2 Schools
- Houston6 Schools
- McAllen1 Schools
- Plano1 Schools
- San Antonio2 Schools
- Waco1 Schools