If you want to gain basic electrical knowledge to perform simple wiring projects in your home, AACC offers courses in residential wiring. If you are interested in a career as an electrician, the college also co-sponsors two electrical apprenticeship training courses approved by the Maryland Apprenticeship Training Council (MATC). If you are already an electrician, interested in taking the master's exam, AACC offers a continuing education review class just for you.
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OCN 350 - Residential Wiring 1
AACC also offers formal apprenticeship training, a four-year commitment normally paid for by your employer. Apprentices take their classroom training at various locations throughout Anne Arundel County while on-the-job training may be done at a work site or other places.
Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake Electrical Apprenticeship: Students receive 144 hours of classroom instruction per year plus 2000 hours per year of on-the-job training every year for four years. Contact Angelica Faulkner at 410-267-0347 or visit http://www.abc-chesapeake.org/.
Independent Electrical Contractors Chesapeake Electrical Apprenticeship: Students receive 144 hours of classroom instruction per year, plus 2000 hours per year of on-the-job training every year for four years. Contact Jim Deale at 800-470-3013 or visit http://www.iecchesapeake.com.
CNE 389 - Electrical Masters Exam Review
For licensed electricians needing state qualifications and Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Please contact Mary Lou McQuaide at 410-777-2984 or email@example.com