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Electricity

The Electricity program prepares students for employment as an electrician’s helper, residential electrician, and commercial electrician.

Program Overview

The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment or advanced training in a variety of construction electrical industries. Specialized classroom instruction and hands-on practical application trains the student in the installation and maintenance of electrical wiring and equipment such as motors, motor controls, and power and lighting systems in residential, commercial, as well as some industrial applications. The student will receive training on a wide variety of hand and power tools, construction and electrical safety, extensive study of electrical theory and applying the National Electrical Code (NEC) to Residential and Commercial wiring, a wide variety of electrical test equipment, conduit threading and bending, and wire pulling and installation.

Electricity
Electricity

Employment Opportunities

  • Electrician’s helper
  • Residential electrician
  • Commercial electrician

What You'll Learn

  • Installation and maintenance of electrical wiring and equipment such as motors, motor controls, and power and lighting systems in residential, commercial, and industrial applications
  • How to locate and correct electrical and equipment malfunctions using electrical test instruments such as the ammeter and volt-ohmmeter
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Program Requirements

Electricity · I460312 · 1200 Hours

OCP Course Number Course Title Course Length SOC Code
A BCV0603 Electrician Helper 300 47-3013
B BCV0640 Residential Electrician 450 47-2111
C BCV0652 Commercial Electrician 450 47-2111

Program Costs

$3,216.00 Florida Resident Tuition ($2.68 x 1200 hours)
$727.64 Bookstore Costs
$135.00 Registration Fees ($45.00 per semester x 3)
$150.00 Facility Usage Fee ($50.00 per semester x 3)
$825.00 Lab Fee ($275.00 per semester x 3)
$268.86 Miscellaneous Fees (1st Semester Only)
Total Costs $5,322.50

Employers of Graduates

Program Instructors

Lawton Segler
Instructor

Phone: 850-487-7459

Email: seglerl@leonschools.net

Steve Bozeman
Instructor

Phone: 850-487-7459

Email: bozemans@leonschools.net

Occupational Advisory Committee

Keith Albritton
James McFarland Builder
David Arsenault
Wiregrass Electric
Dennis Cox
Lawson Electric
Joel Foy
Foy Electrical Service, Inc.
Tracy Lee
Sun Coast Electric
Robert McPherson
Walsh Consulting
Butch Peacock
Walsh Consulting
Henry Walsh
Walsh Consulting
Donnie Westcott
HD Supply
John Williams
John Williams Electricity
Colt Williams
Williams Electrical Contracting, LLC